"I wanted to thank you again for a fabulous two weeks at camp! Both weeks were a blast and
certainly a unique experience. It was so incredible to be spending time with such disciplined and
successful people (a teacher from Stanford, chefs from Bowdoin, athletes from Princeton, a runner
from Georgetown.....you get the idea)."
-Meredith, SAT Camper from NH
Maximize your score
SAT Prep Campers will attend four hours of class per day
filled with instruction that will help prepare them for
the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Our SAT tutors use the highly regarded
class material to help students
kick-start their academic preparation for the
SAT. The tutors excel at equipping students with the skills they
need to maximize their potential on standardized tests in the fall,
and expand their options for college.
The best material for improving
Maine Prep curriculum
teaches specific content and test-taking techniques, and builds confidence heading
into the test. SAT preparation such as essay writing practice will
also help students in many of their other school classes.
Campers will be in class for two hours in the morning and two in the afternoon. We limit
the class size to eight so that each student has ample time to ask questions and
receive personalized feedback from tutors on their testing strengths and weaknesses.
Each day campers must use the SAT word of the day in a meaningful sentence
before they can go in for dessert.
In between classes the campers will be able to participate in
summer camp recreational activities or summer athletic training led by
camp counselors. Recreational activities include kayak paddling, swimming, dodgeball, and beach volleyball.
Training options include soccer, running, jump rope,
medicine ball drills, or splitting wood with an axe.
Each evening features a campfire that includes contests, readings, music, and
encouragement for high standards such as hard work, initiative, preparation, and
community service. The SAT Prep camp program strives to help campers discover
harmony between standardized test preparation and all the other educational
efforts they make for their body, mind, and spirit.
Great role models
counselors include college students who have had diverse and successful
experiences as honor roll students, athletes, actors, musicians, and
community service volunteers. Camp counselors excelled in school,
and are terrific role models for campers who are trying to find their way
through high school classes, social distractions, family life, civic life, and
the demands of extracurricular high school music, debate, and sports programs.
Our staff emphasizes teaching, encouragement, motivation, and humor during the
five day program.
Campers will be closely supervised at night by counselors in the cabin and counselors on patrol
between the girls' cabin area and the boys' cabin area and throughout the peninsula.
The camp is located in Raymond, Maine, on the beautiful Panther