Southwestern Academy Announces 2021 Summer Adventures Program

Summer sessions combine intensive learning and field trips

It just might start to look like summer again for Southwestern Academy students as the San Marino school has announced its 2021 Summer Adventures program.

Sessions as short as two weeks are available for the program, which offers learning opportunities at both the school’s San Marino campus, and Beaver Creek, Arizona campus.

The summer programs offer a wide range of classes including short-term ESL courses, SAT Prep, along with summer activities and Southern California field trips.

Summer Adventures students can fast-forward their studies in small classes, and take intensive ESL classes or college prep courses. Students can also fine-tune their SAT or TOEFL test-taking skills.

Deadline to book a group session is April 15, 2021. Southwestern Academy’s summer school is available to students in grades 7-12. 

The Summer schedule is as follows: 

San Marino Campus California (For students seeking academic credit):

  • Full Summer         June 14 – September 3

  • 6-week Session     June 14 – July 23
  • 6-week Session     July 26 – September 3

ESL and Enrichment Classes:

  • Full Summer         June 14 – September 3
  • 6-week Session     June 14 – July 23
  • 6-week Session     July 26 – September 3

Beaver Creek Ranch Campus (Arizona)

SAT, Art, and ESL Enrichment Classes:

  • Session 1                 June 21 – July 16
  • Session 2                July 19 – August 13

More information is available at (626)799-5010 Ext.  5. Zoom meetings can be scheduled: Monday- Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. PST. 2800 Monterey Road, San Marino, CA 91108

Pasadena Now has been published daily since April, 2004 and is among the very oldest continously operated community news websites in the U.S.

Pasadena Now strives to publish a full spectrum of news and information articles in service to the entire community. The publication will remain free to readers and will not erect paywalls.

Pasadena Now strives to provide factual, unbiased reporting. Our opinion section is open to all.