Blue Ridge School is excited to make our campus and faculty available for the greater community to use throughout the summer. We sponsor several exciting programs in the summer and throughout the year, see the below list for details. If you would like more information about renting our campus and facilities for your summer camp, please contact the Director of Special Programs, Cade Lemcke at email@example.com or call 434-992-0549.
2018 summer camps will be posted soon.
SUMMER ELECTIVE EXPEDITION - JUNE 7-17, 2017
The Summer Elective Expedition (S.E.E.) in June offers students a unique experience immersing them in the historical significance of Virginia's Piedmont region. The venue for this ten-day expedition focuses on specific battlefields and strategic strongholds of the American Civil War. For more on this trip, click here.
SUMMER CLASSES 2017 - JUNE-AUGUST, 2017
Blue Ridge School's Summer Academic Program offers students the opportunity to complete a full-credit course in either Algebra 2, 9th or 10th grade literature through a blend of face-to-face and online instruction with teachers who are experts in how boys learn best. For more information, click here.
HOLY CROSS WILDERNESS TRIP - JULY 12-21, 2017
A ten-day backpacking and whitewater rafting trip along a spectacular route in the Sawatch Range of Colorado's Rocky Mountains. For more information, click here.
BRS ELL CAMP - AUGUST 22 - SEPTEMBER 6, 2017
Blue Ridge School is offering a 15-day summer English Language Learners (ELL) Program. This is an intensive camp designed for international students who have varying English-skill levels and want to significantly and quickly improve their English through total immersion from the first day on campus. For incoming students, the ELL Camp helps prepare them for the rigors of boarding school life. For returning students, the ELL Camp helps prepare them for the college admission process, focusing on their writing and conversation skills. For more information, click here.
In my years at Blue Ridge, I watched Mr. Cory Woods change boys by showing them that they could in fact jump farther or climb higher. It was incredible to see boys who had never been exposed to the outdoors jumping off rock ledges into swimming holes or taking a tough mountain bike trail and then excitedly telling their friends what they had accomplished.
Both he and Mrs. Carrie Woods are a huge part of the reason I am a student at UC, Boulder!
- Max Koneff ’14