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1. ID Tech Camps, Washington State
Courses / Programs
iD Tech Camps in Washington State provide 1-week and 2-week technology and computer science summer camps for kids and teens, as well as the iD Programming Academy and iD Game Design & Development Academy. iD Tech Camps is America’s #1 Tech Camp, offering summer programs at over 80 prestigious universities in 28 states, including University of Washington - Seattle, and University of Washington - Bothell. 

iD Tech programs are taught in small, personalized classes. Instructors are able to work closely with each student in order to customize the course curriculum to each student’s skill and experience level. Whether you are a beginner or extremely advanced, the instructors find fun and challenging ways to develop your tech skills.

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.

“I really love how my instructor and everyone was supportive and caring. I made new friends here and would recommend this camp to everyone interested in game making.”
- Michael R., Student, University of Washington
Summer Tech Camps for Kids & Teens ages 7-18:

iD Tech Camp:
- Week-long Day camps for ages 7-17
- Week-long Overnight camps for ages 10-17

iD Programming Academy:
- 2-week, pre-college programs for ages 13-18

iD Game Design & Development Academy:
- 2-week, pre-college programs for ages 13-18

Accredited Continuing Education Units are available from all of our iD Academy locations.

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2. Canoe Island French Camp
Courses / Programs
Summer fun with a French accent! L’été avec un petit accent! Learn to speak French and enjoy the fun of an overnight summer camp on a private island. Find a little bit of France in the San Juan Islands at this Northwest Washington sleepover summer camp, one of the country's premier French camps. Campers, ages 9-16, take part in a unique mix of French language and culture through artistic and outdoor activities.

At Canoe Island French Camp we try to insure that our older campers have opportunities to plan and do activities as a group with staff: sunset campfires on a beach, an off-island trip to Friday Harbor, and one- or two-night sailing and kayaking outings. Tipis are arranged by age and, where possible, French class and French Culture class, too. With only 45 campers on the island, you can choose your own experience - artistic and theatrical, adventuresome and athletic - or any combination. Days are filled with new friends and exciting activities all with a French flair. A gala Bon Voyage Banquet, talent show and awards ceremony end each session.
Mornings at camp are devoted to French language classes and activities: fencing, French cuisine, and culture, theater, art, and photography.

In the afternoon campers choose on a daily basis between swimming, sailing, kayaking, archery, art, rock climbing and a variety of sports. French songs, vocabulary for activities, and games are incorporated into each day.

Evening programs include campfires, theatrical and musical productions, beach cookouts and campfires, camp-wide games, and astronomy.
3. The Northwest School, Seattle
Courses / Programs
Situated in the heart of Seattle, Washington, The Northwest School is an independent college preparation and international boarding school for Grades 6-12. We provide a welcoming and engaging English language (ESL) summer programs for students ages 10-16. Our English summer classes are specifically designed for ELL (English Language Learning) students who wish to improve their English language skills in a fun and relaxed environment. We welcome students from all over Seattle, the U.S., and around the world.

Our boarding program features a truly international atmosphere. Each summer, the dormitory welcomes approximately 200 students from more than ten countries. The education of global citizens with a deep appreciation of different cultures is a founding principle of the school which extends to the summer programs.

The Northwest School is accredited by the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS), and is approved by the Washington State Board of Education.
Summer Camp Programs for English Language Learners (ELL) ages 10-16:

Speaking & Presentation: Beginning & Intermediate Levels: (Pronunciation, enunciation, and projection)

Reading & Writing: Beginning & Writing Levels: (Develop your vocabulary and work on expressing your thoughts clearly in writing)

Advanced ELL: Intro to William Shakespeare: (Intended for Advanced ELL students preparing to study in a U.S. curriculum)

Advanced ELL: Intro to the SATs: (Students cover the different components of the SAT and discuss strategies and study tips)
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