The Bridge Academy, 1958 B Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-844-0770; fax, 609-844-0773.

Summer program during July focuses on a comprehensive structured Remedial Reading program designed to increase student’s individual skills.

Bucks County Audubon Society, 6324 Upper York Road, New Hope 18938. 215-297-5880; fax, 215-297-0835.

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

Computers+Kids, 23 Railroad Place, Pennington 08534. 609-730-0746; fax, 609-520-1702.

Campers ages 7 to 16 use age appropriate activities in engineering, electronics, forensics, filmmaking, and 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. 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday, June 29, to Friday, August 14.

Cybercamps, 3101 Western Avenue, Seattle 98121. 888-904-2267; fax, 206-442-4501.

Day, residential, and extended day for boys and girls ages 7 to 18. Technology includes video game creation, flash animation, web design, photoshop, and more. Monmouth University, Caldwell College, and College of Saint Elizabeth.

ePrep, Wall Street, Princeton 08540. 609-924-2264; fax,

Summer camps include SSAT, June 15 to 19; SAT, June 22 to 26; and ACT, June 29 to July 3, all Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 3 p.m. $1,000 per week.

ID Tech Camps, Internal Drive, 1885 Winchester Boulevard, Campbell 95008. 888-709-8324; fax, 408-871-2228.

Hands-on technology for ages 7 to 17 to create digital movies, 2D and 3D video games, websites, and robots. At Rider and Seton Hall universities. Full days, extended days, overnight, and weekends. Sunday, June 21, to Friday, August 7.

Junior Statesman Of America, 1600 K Street NW, Washington 20006. 800-317-9338; fax, 202-296-7839.

Summer school classes on Princeton campus structured to develop knowledge of political systems, speak and write persuasively, and appreciate intellectual and ethical principles. Sunday, June 21, to Thursday, July 16.

Kendall Park Learning Center, 51 Everett Drive, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-6400; fax, 609-799-6477.

Year-round academic programs for K to 12. Summer school and tutoring. Classes six days a week, 12 months a year. Half or full day.

Keyboard Kids International Inc., 6-10 Towne Center Drive, North Brunswick 08902. 732-821-1400;

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.

Kumon Math & Reading Center, 660 Plainsboro Road, Suite 3-A, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-7080; fax, 609-275-8607.

Year-round programs.

Kumon Math & Reading Center, 2025 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-1799; fax, 609-896-2046.

The Lewis School of Princeton, 53 Bayard Lane, Princeton 08540. 609-924-8120; fax, 609-924-5512.

Multisensory summer program for pre-K to college preparatory levels. Full day program for students with learning issues includes multisensory, systematic, sequential instruction. Enrichment in the afternoon includes hands-on discovery programs in robotics, green education, studio art, physical education, study skills, home study management strategies, and literature. Monday, June 29 to Friday, July 24. Open house Sunday, March 15, 1 p.m.

Mercer Museum & Bucks County Historical Society, 84 South Pine Street, Doylestown 18901. 215-345-0210; fax, 215-230-0823.

Day camp for grades 4 to 6.

College Catalysts, Princeton area . 609-530-0550;

College planning programs for grades 8 to 12.

New Jersey State Museum, 205 West State Street, Trenton 08625. 609-292-6464; fax, 609-599-4098.

Kaleidoscope Kids Summer Academy is for ages 6 to 12, Monday to Friday, July 6 to August 7.

The Newgrange School, 526 South Olden Avenue, Hamilton 08629. 609-584-1800; fax, 609-430-3030.

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

Peddie Summer Science Institute, South Main Street, Box A, Hightstown 08520. 609-490-7532; fax, 609-944-7910.

Three-week residential program, for eighth and ninth grade students. Also other academic programs.

Princeton French School, 48 Carter Road, Princeton 08540. 609-430-3001;

Day camp for ages 6 to 10 focused on French immersion and dual language education.

The Princeton Review of New Jersey, 252 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542. 609-683-0082; fax, 609-683-0432.

Tutoring for grades k to 12.

Princeton Speech-Language & Learning Center, 19 Wall Street, Princeton 08540. 609-924-7080; fax, 609-924-6563.

Language-based camp for children ages 3 1/2 to 8 with mild to moderate delays in communication, sensory, or social skills.

Quakerbridge Learning Center, 4044 Quakerbridge Road, Lawrenceville 08619. 609-588-4442.

Open house Saturday, March 28.

Raritan Valley Community College, Route 28 and Lamington Road, Box 3300, North Branch 08876. 908-526-1200; fax, 908-725-2831.

Youth enrichment and sports.

Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison 07940. 973-443-8842; fax, 973-443-8847.

Discover Business teen camp, one week sessions.

Rutgers, Old Queens Building, New Brunswick 08901. 732-932-1766;

Rutgers University Summer Acting Conservatory is a four-week program designed to allow high school students the opportunity to experience intensive, professional actor training.

Rutgers Preparatory, 1345 Easton Avenue, Somerset 08873. 732-545-5600;

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, Monday, June 29, to Friday, July 31, 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunny Days Camp, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., June 5 to 26. Mini camp for ages 3 to 6, Monday to Friday, June 15, to July 17.

SciCore Academy for Science and the Humanities, 410 Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-448-8950; fax, 609-448-8952.

Academic camps in chemistry, video game creation, robotics, biology, biotechnology, electronics, game design, algebra, trigonometry, and writing for middle and high school. $235 to $250 per week.

South Brunswick Board of Education, 231 Black Horse Lane, Box 181, Monmouth Junction 08852. 732-297-7800; fax, 732-422-8054.

Day camp for grades 1 to 8. Monday to Friday, June 29 to August 21, 7 a.m .to 6 p.m.

Summer Institute for the Gifted, 9 West Broad Street, Stamford 086902. 866-303-4744; fax, 203-399-5455.

Three-week residential camp for gifted students in grades 7 to 11, with academic, recreational, and social programs, July 26 to August 15, Princeton University.

Washington Crossing Historic Park, , Washington Crossing . 215-493-4076;

Experience history at the site of George Washington’s famous crossing. For ages 7 to 10 to muster for the army, learn to write with a quill pen, dress in historic style clothes, and play historic games. Monday to Friday, July 27 to August 31. $100.

Writers Corner USA, 4 West Oakland Avenue, Doylestown 18901. 215-230-1070;

Writing camp, Monday to Friday, morning and afternoon sessions.

YingHua Day School, 510 Lawrence Square Boulevard South, Lawrenceville 08648. 732-513-3034; fax, 262-995-6389.

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.

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