The Bridge Academy, 1958 B Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-844-0770. info@banj.org. www.banj.org.

Remedial reading program for ages 7 to 15 with reading levels between first and fourth grades.

Bucks County Audubon Society, 6324 Upper York Road, New Hope 18938; 215-297-5880. bcas@bcas.org. www.bcas.org.

One-week programs throughout the summer for grades K to 5.

Cambridge School, 100 Straube Center Boulevard, Pennington, 08534; 609-730-9553. www.thecambridgeschool.org.

School for children who learn differently. Summer programs for Cambridge students. Open house Sunday, March 6, 1 p.m.

Chapin School, 4101 Princeton Pike, Princeton 08540; 609-924-2449. www.chapinschool.org.

Pre-K to grade 8. Summer programs for Chapin students. Open house Thursday, February 24, 9 to 11 a.m.

Computer Explorers; 800-771-2823. www.computerexplorers.com.

After school and summer camp programs for ages 3 to 16. Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, Burlington, and Monmouth counties.

Computers+Kids, 23 Railroad Place, Pennington 08534; 609-730-0746. evalkaplan@cs.com. www.computersandkids.com.

Campers ages 7 to 16 use age appropriate activities in movie making, comic book creating, engineering, electronics, forensics, robotics, animation, website design, graphics, music synthesis, and computer assisted design. They build computers, work with fiber optics, laser games, and build a robot. 12 students per week. Location is Princeton Courtyard, Route 1.

ESF Summer Camps at Lawrenceville School, 750 East Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr 19010; 800-529-camp. www.innovationproject.com.

Major Camp for ages 10 to 16, Monday to Friday, July 11 to 29. New program featuring one major of medicine, leadership, sports business, design, or animal advocates; and one minor of acting and comedy, superheroes, inventors’ workshop, fashion design, wilderness survival, speakers club, mystery writers, rocketry, or logic. $1,995 for three weeks. Open house on Saturdays, February 27 and April 3, 1 to 4 p.m.

French American School of Princeton, 16 All Saints Road, Princeton 08540; 609-430-3001. admissions@ecoleprinceton.org. www.ecoleprinceton.org.

French immersion summer programs include graphic design, Monday to Friday, June 27 to July 1; Book Club, Tuesday to Friday, July 5 to 8; and Let’s Cook, Monday to Friday, July 11 to 15. Students are placed in classes according to both grade level and language proficiency. Ages 4 to 12. $415 each. Open house Saturday, February 26, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton 08540; 609-921-7600. jsone@hunschool.org. www.hunschool.org.

American Culture and Language Institute, a program designed for international students wishing to improve their English skills while enjoying American culture, ages 11 to 18, Monday, June 27, to Friday, July 29. Day student $3,075; resident student $6,800. Summer academic session features classes in English, mathematics, writing, and science. Day student, $1,450 to $2,250; resident student, $5,225.

ID Tech Camps, Internal Drive, 1885 Winchester Boulevard, 201, Campbell 95008; 888-709-8324. info@internaldrive.com. www.internaldrive.com.

Hands-on technology camps for ages 7 to 17 to create digital movies, 2D and 3D video games, websites, and robots. At Princeton University. Day camp, extended day camp, and overnight camp. Monday, June 20, to Friday, August 5. $849 and up per week.

Junior Statesman Of America, 1600 K Street NW, Suite 803, Washington 20006; 800-317-9338. jsa@jsa.org. www.jsa.org.

Summer school classes on Princeton University campus structured to develop knowledge of political systems, speak and write persuasively, and appreciate intellectual and ethical principles.

Keyboard Kids International Inc., 6-10 Towne Center Drive, North Brunswick 08902; 732-821-1400. tomulda@yahoo.com. www.keyboardkids.org.

Enrichment camp with daily computer use as well as outdoor activities, including water play, for ages 2 1/2 to 6; one-week sessions. Half days available. Begins Tuesday, June 28.

The Lewis School of Princeton, 53 Bayard Lane, Princeton 08540; 609-924-8120. lewis.communications@verizon.net. www.lewisschool.org.

Multisensory summer program for pre-K to college preparatory levels. Full-day program for students with learning issues includes written expression, reading fluency, auditory processing, organizational skills, note taking strategies, and study skills. Enrichment in the afternoon includes hands-on discovery programs in robotics, gardening, spelling, SAT preparation, athletics, and designing an art portfolio. Open house on Wednesday, March 12 at 10 a.m. Monday to Friday, June 27 to July 22.

Mercer County Community College, Nautilus Fitness Center, 1200 Old Trenton Road, Box B, Trenton 08690; 609-570-3311. zegarskr@mccc.edu. www.mccc.edu.

Specialty Camps include one week interactive workshops in arts and sciences, crafts, culinary, marine biology, archaeology and paleontology, computers, and science. Half and full day programs, four and five days. Friday fun days, before and after camp available. Begins Monday, June 20.

Mercer and Fonthill Museums, 84 South Pine Street, Doylestown 18901; 215-345-0210. info@mercermuseum.org. www.mercermuseum.org.

Summer programs for ages 4 to 12 include robotics, archaeology, wizarding, and medieval camps. Visit website for dates and times. $150 and up per week.

The Newgrange School, 526 South Olden Avenue, Hamilton 08629; 609-584-1800. info@thenewgrange.org. www.thenewgrange.org.

Academic-based program for ages 7 to 18 with a focus on writing, reading, science, and art. 30-day program begins in July.

Princeton Day School, The Great Road, Box 75, Princeton 08542; 609-924-6700. summerprograms@pds.org. www.pds.org.

Co-educational for pre K and up. One to four week camps with half-day, full-day, extended day programs include academics, SAT prep, robotics, writing workshops, computers, math, chess, and science. June 13 to August 5.

Rutgers Preparatory School, 1345 Easton Avenue, Somerset 08873; 732-545-5600. dquenault@rutgersprep.org. www.rutgersprep.org.

Academic summer school offers courses for elementary and middle school students in math, writing, English, reading, robotics, programming, and digital film. Upper school courses in algebra, calculus, biology, chemistry, physics, SAT review, history, and Chinese. Summer camp for ages 7 to 14. Mini camp for ages 3 to 6. Extended day available.

SciCore Academy for Science and the Humanities, 410 Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor 08550; 609-448-8950. atpoulos@scicore.org. www.scicore.org.

Summer academic camps in chemistry, video game creation, robotics, biology, biotechnology, electronics, game design, algebra, trigonometry, and writing for middle and high school. Classes at 125 South Main Street, Hightstown.

Summer Institute for the Gifted, 9 West Broad Street, River Plaza, Stamford 086902; 866-303-4744. sig.info@giftedstudy.com. www.giftedstudy.com.

Residential program for gifted students in grade 7 to 11 at Princeton University, Sunday, July 24, to Saturday, August 13.

Villa Victoria Academy, 376 West Upper Ferry Road, Ewing 08628; 609-882-1700. www.villavictoria.org.

Reading and math courses.

YingHua Day School, 510 Lawrence Square Boulevard South, Lawrenceville 08648-3004; 732-513-3034. info@yhds.org. www.yhds.org.

Chinese immersion program for ages 3 to 10 is for all language speakers. No prior knowledge of Chinese required for younger students. Two to five days, half or full. 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Extended day available. Five full days for 10 weeks, $2,398. Monday, June 27 to Wednesday, August 31.

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