St. Giles Florida Summer School is located in St. Petersburg. This resort is known as the "Sunny City". It's a great place to relax and learn English at any time of the year. But summer Florida is a special charm, an atmosphere, and also a lot of opportunities, in particular, for fans of extreme sports.
Holidays spent at St Giles Junior summer Florida, will allow the child to improve English, make new friends, get a lot of vivid impressions from cognitive recreation.
There are a lot of sights in the sunny city, worthy of attention, starting with museums and ending with the Aquarium.
A rich language program awaits children in the school. Its feature is practical orientation. English lessons at St. Giles Florida are fundamentally different from the standard ones conducted by Russian educators.
Short information. A combined general English program for children and adolescents.
About the course. The language course is aimed at single-minded students. The load is 20 h / wk. In the classroom, students are given the opportunity to update the knowledge of grammar, fill up the vocabulary, practice reading, listening, and improve speaking skills. At extracurricular activities and in a sailing school, the improvement of English continues.
Students age: 9 to 17 years.
Start date: 28.06 - 02.08.
Admission requirements: English - from beginner.
Learning outcomes: Improve English, get to know the sights of Florida, make new friends, progress In the sport.
The size of the class: 15 people.
Lesson duration: 50 minutes.
Cost: 1590 dollars a week, including accommodation in two or three local residences, meals 3 times a day, study 25 lessons in Week, daytime excursions, sports and entertainment events during lunch and evening.
5 hours of sailing a week - $ 200 per week in addition
The summer school offers accommodation in a residence on the campus of the Admiral Farragut Academy. Students live in 2-3-bed rooms. The facilities are in general access (1 block for 4 people). In the residence there are rest rooms, a kitchen, a games room.
Students of summer courses eat full board in the dining room of the Admiral Farragut Academy. The menu - traditional American, European dishes. Vegetarian, dietary breakfasts, lunches and dinners are also available for ordering.
Extracurricular program in the summer school includes beach rest (after lessons), 2 excursions per week in the Sun City (along the waterfront, the historic center, museums and the port), 2 field trips (in Adventure Island, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Walt Disney World, Orlando).
Sports fans are offered a special sailing course. The intensity of the classes is 5 hours / week. Experienced highly qualified instructors work with the students. On electives, those who wish can learn how to operate sailing one- or two-seater boats.
The lessons take place before lunch. In the afternoon and in the evening, an entertainment program awaits children.
The St. Giles Campus Florida covers an area of 33 acres. The educational building is equipped with modern classrooms with interactive learning tools. Also in school there is a media center, a computer center, a library, several cozy living rooms for rest. Sports infrastructure is represented by a swimming pool, fields for football, softball. The school has its own theater, there is a concert hall where various extracurricular activities are held. Wi-Fi is available throughout the school.
Dates: June 28 - August 2, 2015
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