Program Schedule

Summer Challenge classes run from 9:00 AM to 2:20 PM Monday through Friday. All students must arrive to assigned classrooms by 9:00 AM, where attendance will be taken by the teaching team. Families must report a student’s absence by emailing the teacher at the teacher’s UW email address and copying the Robinson Center at prior to 8:30 AM.

Course listings are now posted online. Class descriptions for Summer Challenge 2023 can be viewed by using the 'Course Offerings' tab to the right.

Before-Class Care

Summer Challenge students may be dropped off at their classroom no earlier than 8:50 AM. For Summer Challenge students who need to be dropped off earlier, we offer an option for supervised before-class care from 8:15 AM – 9:00 AM at the Robinson Center. Students will be escorted to their classes by teaching aides. The fee is $75 for the three-week session. Please note, there is no before-class care the first day of classes.

Registration for before-class care will open on Sunday, March 12th at 4:00 PM. Note that you can only register for before-class care once your child has been accepted into a course and you have paid the tuition or received a tuition waiver.

After-Class Care

For Summer Challenge students, we also offer after-class care from 2:20 PM – 4:30 PM. We supervise all students and provide fun activities to keep them engaged. The cost for the after-class care is $200 for the three-week session. There is no after-class care on the final day of the program.

Registration for after-class care will open on Sunday, March 12th at 4:00 PM. You can only register for after-class care after your chiild has been placed into a class and you have paid the tuition or received a tuition waiver.

Information for the First Day

Before classes begin, we will send you all of the information you need for the first day of Summer Challenge. You will receive a copy of your class syllabus, a welcome letter from the teacher, and a campus map. Information for the first day of the 2023 session will be emailed in the second half of June.

On the first day of class, your child’s teacher will give a brief introduction to the course and distribute the syllabus. Parents are requested to stay with their child for this course introduction.