The Guide to Summer Programs (1924) provides vital data on residential programs in the US and abroad, and is extensively cross-referenced by academic features, program focus, special needs and grade/age range.
This 33rd edition (renamed from the Guide to Summer Programs and Summer Schools) covers the broad spectrum of summer opportunities—academic, music and arts, sports, special interest, special needs, travel, religious, and traditional recreational and wilderness camps. Facts from more than 1630 camps and schools make the Guide a comprehensive and convenient resource.
See our Table of Contents and check out a sample listing.
Guide to Summer Programs, 33rd edition
$45 hardcover now available for $32!, 880 pages, 2012/2013
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