Summer Programs

The Robinson Center’s Summer Program provides an intensive, inspirational, and in-depth learning experience for students who are prepared to take on the challenge. We offer a rich variety of math, science, literature, philosophy, and writing classes. Classes are small in size and taught by faculty members who are experienced teachers and specialists in their fields.

Summer Challenge, for current 5th-6th graders, emphasizes hands-on learning, field trips, and activities; Summer Stretch, for current 7th-10th graders, is more academic in nature, providing an accelerated, rigorous learning experience. Both programs are characterized by high-level thinking, intellectual adventure, and pursuit of understanding.

Please reach out to us at rcsummer@uw.edu with any questions.

Summer Program Events

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Summer News

Due to the added school days because of snow, Summer Stretch will start one week later than originally planned. The new start date will be Monday, July 1st. That first week will still be Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The following three weeks will be four days a week instead of the usual three: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The program will still have 15 days of class and will still end on July 25th. The dates for Summer Challenge are unchanged: July 8 – 26, Monday through Friday.