Breakthrough Cambridge Program Opens For Students And Visitors!

breakthrough.jpgOver 125 Cambridge middle school students will attend the Breakthrough Cambridge (BTC) Summer Program for six weeks from July 5th through August 12th. The Summer Program is the most intensive piece of BTC’s tuition-free, year-round programs. BTC offers 7th through 12th graders a ladder of academic opportunities focused on creating excitement around learning and paths to four-year college.

Over the summer, students take math, writing and literature classes, and select science and social studies electives from a broad range of offerings. Summer electives explore distinct topics ― such as Genetics, Brain Science, or 18th-19th Century Slave Rebellions — yet emphasize core academic skills that prepare students for challenging high school classes.

breakthrough2.pngNew for BTC third-year students this summer is a unique pre-high school course. In addition to their five core classes, the 30 rising 9th graders will participate in a dedicated High School Readiness Class, with workshops and special experiences to prepare them for new freedom and opportunities at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.

Visitors are welcome to see the Breakthrough Summer Program, housed at the Kennedy-Longfellow School, almost any Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, July 12th through August 5th. Appointments are necessary, and the ideal visiting time is 11:30AM - 12:40PM. Contact BTC Development Director Laurie Rothstein at 617.349.6647 to schedule your visit. Click here for more information about BTC.

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