The science camp lasts for three days. The camp includes one day of on-campus course activities and two days of off-campus teaching. The learning locations for off-campus teaching are all related to the subject of the course, such as: California Science Center, Griffith Observatory, etc. The curriculum design of the Science Camp is aimed at enhancing students’ science-related knowledge and using American language as a learning medium. In order to provide students with an American learning environment, the school curriculum activities are all conducted in American universities.

Location: Pomona big school with local attractions

course: In this study process, students will be American English as a medium of learning knowledge and knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, engineering and different fields. The course is mainly carried out in a practical way, through the students’ hands-on practice and experimentation, to deepen the impression and familiarity of learning. All the courses in this program are taught by native American teachers and taught in American.

Daily schedule:

• Gathering time: 8:30 am

• Course: 9:45 am – 11:50 am

• Lunch: 12:00 am – 1:00 pm

• Experiments/Activities: 1:30 pm-4:30 pm


Students can choose to live in home or school dormitory (if there are still vacancies, they can choose dormitory).

School age range: elementary school-high school