Are you looking for an environment that offers a secure plan for exploration and a sense of community for your child this summer? The Monarch Summer Session in the Butterfly program is specially targeted to offer this environment through an objectives driven methodology.
We do invite non-Monarch students to share the Monarch experience.
It is designed to offer students weekly, project-based learning experiences in science/technology, school-based business, environment, performance, and community enhancement. Schedules and project team membership are tailored to each student's developmental needs and current available strategies. We practice improved relationships, more effective planning, organization and decision making, increased personal self-regulation, and greater academic and professional competence. Empowerment, contribution and competence are the hallmark outcomes of participation in our summer session.
For Voyager (post high school) students, there are a limited number of residential openings.
Requests for enrollment are filled after an interview. We want to be sure your child will benefit fully from the short term experience.
To ensure your child's participation in the Monarch Summer Program, please complete the application and turn it in with the $250 deposit fee.
Dates and Times:
June 15 – July 16
Monday through Thursday 8:30 to 3:00 pm
Families with currently enrolled families
Summer Program 2015 -- Current Family Application
New families applying for Summer Program only
Summer Program 2015 -- New Family Application
Jacquice Jones, MSSW
Director of Admissions
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Come visit us to see our students and faculty in action. Every Tuesday when school is in session. 9:00am - 10:30am.
All Tours begin in The Monarch Center.
When visiting the programs of the Monarch Institute please be aware that we maintain a fragrance free environment.
Notice: Next Tuesday Tour,
July 7, 2015.