Open to any student aged 5 to 18, even if they aren’t enrolled at THS!
If you are like us, you’re already looking forward to the summer, but are stressing about how to keep the kids busy for six weeks! The Harbour School Summer Camps have fun-filled days that will keep the kids entertained, continue and enhance their education, and offer new opportunities while they make new friends – so worries be gone!
This year, The Harbour School is offering its Fully Immersive Scholar’s Holiday (F.I.S.H.) courses to all children ages 5 to 18 in Hong Kong, not just its own students, so anyone can join in on the fun!
Want to hear something even more amazing? The Harbour School even has its own 50-foot sailboat, the Black Dolphin! Kids will climb aboard and set sail on the Black Dolphin as part of its project-based instruction and hands-on learning. The Fully Immersive Scholar’s Holiday (F.I.S.H.) courses offer a deep dive into new and fascinating topics over the summer as well: students can explore marine ecosystems in its Marine Science Center and engineer and create projects in its specially designed makerspace, the Foundry.
Even with the coolest kit, when it comes down to it, we want our children to learn from the best. We also don’t want them lumped in with a large group, because no child is alike and everyone learns at his or her own pace. The Harbour School recognises this complexity as well as differing interests, personalities, needs, and backgrounds, and caters to them all with a personal approach to learning. It always has a high ratio of teachers to students, which means your child gets the most personal care and attention, allowing them to study at their optimal level in a way which suits them best.
The Harbour School is a Pre-K to Grade 12 progressive international school, boasting three campuses on Hong Kong Island. It has an accredited, American-based international curriculum, however, it’s broad spectrum instruction is adapted for Hong Kong students and sets everyone up for a successful, diverse, international education.