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1. Delphian School, Willamette Valley
Courses / Programs
Quality day and residential summer camps in Oregon for local, U.S., and international students!
Delphian School is a premiere, independent, co-educational day and boarding school located in Oregon in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. We offer fun and challenging summer school programs (for ages 5-18) on our 800-acre campus in the scenic Willamette Valley, 1 hour southwest of Portland, and approximately 4 hours drive from Seattle, Washington.

Our residential and day summer programs offer personalized academics, challenging activities, sports camps, weekend trips, ESL classes, and fun. Boarding students for the Summer Program are accepted from ages 8 through 18; day students can enroll from ages 5 through 18. 4 to 6 week sessions are offered. The Delphian School is nonsectarian.

Summer at Delphian School is always an international experience. Approximately 300 students attend our Summer Program each year from all across the United States and many other countries including Japan, Mexico, Korea, Taiwan, Italy, Germany, Canada, Austria, France, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Turkey, Brazil, Phillipines, Australia, South Africa, Switzerland, and Russia.

"We cannot say enough great things about Delphi's Summer academic program. They use many different study tools so the students really understand what they are learning. Attending the summer program in Oregon literally changed our daughter's life."
- Delphian Parent
Co-educational Summer Programs:
- Boarding programs for ages 8-18 
- Day programs for ages 5-18.

- 4 to 6 week summer school programs with personalized academics, challenging activities, sports camps, weekend trips and fun.

Academic Course options:
• Mathematics
• Measurement
• Geometry
• Chemistry
• Earth
• Electricity
• Simple Machines
• Energy
• Engines
• Animal Kingdom
• Dinosaurs
• Fish and Birds
• Reptiles

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2. ID Tech Camps, Oregon
Courses / Programs
Unlock your internalDrive and gain a competitive advantage in college and beyond! iD Tech Camps offers week-long tech-related summer day camps and overnight camps for kids ages 7-12 & teens ages 13-17. These technology education programs are held at 80 elite universities throughout the nation, with Oregon programs taking place at Lewis & Clark College in Portland.

Choose from a wide variety of exciting course topics - Game Design, Web Design, Coding, Programming Modding, and more. Discover how your technical talents and scientific passions can lead to a future career. These comprehensive week-long sessions include personalized technology instruction and a variety of fun summer camp activities.

With 8 students maximum per instructor, iD Tech Camps customizes the curriculum around you. Students build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills in the tech labs, eat in the university dining hall, explore the campus, and make new friends. iD Tech Academies throughout the U.S. also offer 2-week overnight programs for teens ages 13-18.

iD Tech Camps welcomes international students (minimum language requirement - Basic English). Students do not require a visa to attend one the iD Tech Camps summer programs.

My son grew in ways that I never thought possible, thank you for allowing him a safe place to learn, grow and mature!”
- Misty B, Parent
1-Week iD Tech Summer Camps (Ages 7-12)
- Adventures in Programming with Scratch
- Adventures in Game Design - Platform & Racing Games
- Adventures in Game Design - Minecraft
- Intro to Programming with Scratch & Java
- 3D Game Design with Minecraft
- Role-Playing Game Design with RPG Maker

1-Week iD Tech Summer Camps (Ages 13-17)
- Programming in Java
- Programming in C++
- Game Modding & Java Coding - Minecraft
- RPG Game Design with Torchlight ll
- 3D Level Design - Portal 2 & Team Fortress 2
- FPS Game Design - Unreal Engine

Specific contact pages
3. Catlin Gabel School, Portland
Courses / Programs
Catlin Gabel School is located in the south-west of downtown Portland in Multnomah County, adjacent to St. Vincent's Hospital on south-west Barnes Road. Catlin Gabel offers summer programs ranging from arts and music, modern languages, writing, SAT prep, outdoor education, service and more. Our summer programs are open to all preschool through 12th grade students, not just those who are enrolled at Catlin Gabel.

Most of our summer programs are one-week courses, with the exception of our Summer Beehive program for children entering preschool through 2nd grade, allowing you to select times that work best with your summer plans. Our summer school staff members are experienced and caring professionals, who strive to help each child succeed.

We also offer extended day programs for our youngest students. Our beautiful 54-acre campus offers the perfect place for a relaxed atmosphere of summer learning and fun.
Summer Programs:
- Extended day program: All ages
- Summer beehive program: Grades Preschool-2
- Photography Fun: Grades 4-8
- Creative Writing 1 & 2: Grades 4-9
- Sports Spectacular 1: Grades 4-8
- Kids in the Kitchen: Grades 3–6
- Outdoor Program Summer Trips: (Ages 11-18) Rafting, hiking, camping, climbing, backpacking, biking and exploring
- Elana Gold '93 Memorial Environmental Restoration Project: Grades 9-12
- PLACE: Planning & Leadership Across City Environments: Grades 10-12

and much more...
4. Youth Empowered Action
Courses / Programs
Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp is a unique and inspiring residential summer leadership program in Oregon, Massachusetts and California for youth 12-17 years who want to make a difference in the world. There will be two sessions in Oregon at Camp Adams in Molalla, Clackamas County. In Massachusetts, YEA Camp will be held at the beautiful Hilltop space of Nature's Classroom in Charlton, Worcester County. Our northern California camp will be held at the beautiful Quaker Center in Ben Lomond, Santa Cruz County, about a two hours drive south of San Francisco.

At a week-long sleep-away program in a beautiful camp setting, YEA campers choose an issue of importance to them (for example, some have chosen climate change, racism, homophobia, homelessness, or animal rights) and they build the knowledge, skills, confidence, and community to take action on that issue once they get home.
Summer Leadership Camps in OR, MA and CA:

- 1 week residential camps for ages 12-17
- Connect with what's important
- Learn about inspiring activists
- Create an action plan
- Learn to think strategically about issues
- Celebrate the accomplishments and our community
- Learn key activist skills
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