Formerly known as "Summer @ Laguna," Camp Cito promises tons of fun and sun for camp-goers. Students will be placed in age-based groups and will experience a variety of offerings throughout the day, including arts and crafts; outside sports and games, including rock wall climbing; LEGO engineering; and prepping for singing stardom in music. With so much to do and explore, each day will be a fun and engaging experience!
Millions of high school students submit college essays to esteemed universities across the country every year. How will yours stand out?
Get a jump start on your essay with this intensive writing workshop, designed to create a space for students to begin the creative process of drafting their college essay early, which will allow for the essay to evolve over time. Students will work with Laguna’s seasoned Director of College Counseling Matt Struckmeyer to develop a confident voice and uncover their authentic story in an essay that reflects their values and life experiences. A college admissions officer will be on-hand to provide the college perspective and offer feedback and evaluation.
For students entering Grades 9-12 in Fall 2021.
FEE: $360 Limited space available; spots will fill quickly.
To register for this workshop, please email Director of College Counseling Matt Struckmeyer.
Embark on a trip of self-discovery where you learn about how you learn. Acquire the tools you need to thrive in the coming school year - sharpen your academic skills in math and writing and improve organization and study skills. Have fun making new friends while exploring Laguna's beautiful Hope Ranch campus.
This comprehensive Summer SAT course prepares students for the 2021-22 PSAT/SAT test dates. The two-week course jump starts what can appear to be, at least at first, the daunting journey of preparing for the upcoming College Board entrance tests. The class runs over the course of 10 sessions, Monday-Friday, and continues with a formally proctored diagnostic test on Saturday, July 17 and teacher-student-parent appointments on Monday, July 19.
The Math section runs 9-11am and the Verbal 11:45am-1:45pm. At least 10 students are needed to run the course.
Jump into Writing Workshop and enjoy a week that fosters self-expression and creativity. In multi-genre workshops, writers develop, discuss and share their own original work. Writers get to experiment with a variety of genres, such as graphic novels, screenwriting, spoken word poetry, mystery, sci-fi/fantasy, sketchwriting, and more! Campers will also sneak in some helpful grammar and keyboarding skills to get you ahead for next year.