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Summer Programs 2021

We are adding information to this page as we receive it. If you have questions about a program, please email the contact person listed for the program or visit the program website.

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Enrichment Programs through

Somerville Public Schools

Open to all SPS Students

Program and registration information will be updated as it becomes available.

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Mathematics Acceleration Academy

Register: Register online using the form at or contact Chad Mazza via email or call (617) 629-5200 x6035. 
Cost: FREE
Ages: Rising SHS 10th graders (Class of 2024)
Dates: Monday, August 23rd to Friday, August 27th, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Somerville High School
Description: New Program! This is the Somerville Public Schools with an invitation to rising 10th graders to join the Mathematics Acceleration Academy next week. Students will enjoy small group instruction in mathematics and participate in exciting, hands-on Robotics programming by DEILAB. Upon completion of the program, students will receive 1.25 graduation credits and a $40 gift card to Target or Dunkin! Free lunch and free breakfast will be offered on-site from 7:30 a.m to 8:00 p.m. The Mathematics Acceleration Academy is for students who need to develop math skills before they start their academic year studying geometry or algebra 2 this fall. 

SHS Summer Success Program

Register: Family ID
Cost: Free
Ages: All Rising Somerville High School 9th Graders
Dates: Session B 7/12-7/23 at 8:30am - 10:30pm, Session B 7/12-7/23 at 10:40am - 12:40pm, Session C 7/26-8/6 at 10:40am - 12:40pm, or Session C 7/26-8/6 at 1:00pm-2:45pm
Location: Somerville High School
Description: Take a 2 week orientation to Somerville High School designed to give students the information they need in order to succeed at Somerville High School. Meet future classmates from across the city and teachers. There is an option to earn credit and an option to take enrichment courses in Music, Theatre, Career and Technical Education Programming. Course List and Schedule. Find more information about orientation activities at the Welcome to Somerville High School page. The deadline to register is Thursday, July 1st (after that, courses may be reopened if there is space). Contact: Michael Morgan


SHS Summer Enrichment Classes

Register: Family ID
Cost: Free
Ages: All Somerville High School Students
Dates: Session A 7/6-7/9, Session B 7/12-7/23, Session C 7/26-8/6 during 3 time slots: 8:30am - 10:30pm, 10:40am - 12:40pm, or 1:00pm-2:45pm
Location: Somerville High School
Description: Somerville High School students are welcome to join an enrichment class without enrolling in Summer Success or Summer School. These classes are free and an opportunity to learn the new building and meet students and staff. Choose from Music, Theatre, Career and Technical Education Programming. Course List and Schedule. The deadline to register is Thursday, July 1st (after that, courses may be reopened if there is space). Contact: Michael Morgan


Somerville High School Summer School

Cost: Free, but this program is open to students referred by their Guidance Counselors. Students can also enroll themselves.
Ages: Rising 9th to 12th Graders
Dates: July 6 - August 6 (students who finish their course early can leave before August 6), 8:30am–10:30am, 10:40am-12:40pm, and if needed, 1:00–2:45pm
Location: Somerville High School
Description: This is a traditional summer school where students can recover lost credits, obtain original credits, and enjoy fun enrichment programs. This year students will have the opportunity to make up vocational credit that they need for their shop or to explore a new shop with an intensive. Students may participate in fun enrichment programs involving creative writing as well as options including drumming/guitar/drama/theatre, etc. Read the Brochure and the Course Descriptions for more information.

SPS Summer Fitness Camp

Description: Let’s get moving! Join us for a fun, FREE fitness program that will shake the cobwebs out and get the heart pumping. After a year of sitting around we will focus on flexibility, balance, motion, footwork, and conditioning. Taught by SHS Athletic Trainer Michelle Kelly, this program is open to ALL - no athletic background required! This is not a sport conditioning program but will promote health and wellness of the whole student with fun, energizing activities to build self-esteem and stamina outside in the fresh air. For rising middle and high school students. Programming will be held outside at the East Somerville Community School field on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7/13-8/5.
Ages: Rising middle and high school students
Cost: FREE!
Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7/13-8/5.
Location: East Somerville Community Schools outdoors

SPS Community Schools Adventure Summer Program

Register: FULL. This program is full but parents/guardians may put their children on the waitlist. (Registration began April 1; this program fills up quickly.)
Cost: Standard flat fee with sliding scale fee for families with financial need
Ages: Grades K-6, Grades 7-8 Leaders-in-Training
Dates: 7/6–8/13/2021. 8:15am–4:15pm
Locations: East Somerville Community School and Healey School
Description: Field trips, project work, and fun activities that support the SPS Grade Level Curriculum. Rising 7–9th grade students may join the Leaders-in-Training program. Please visit the website for more information. 

SHS/Lesley Summer Art, AI and Robotics Program

Cost: FREE
Ages: High school
Dates: 6/28-7/23
Location: Somerville High School
Description: SHS and Lesley University have teamed up to create a summer college course for high school students of all ages that combines coding, robotics, comics, storytelling to teach art to robots using artificial intelligence. Taught by Lesley Professor and award-winning artist Nettrice Gaskins, the course awards 4 credits from Lesley University and 5 from SHS. No prior experience is required. The course aims to inspire an interest in computer science, art and STEM for underrepresented students. It prioritizes but is not limited to low-income, first-generation, students of color, and young women.

Enrichment Programs through

City of Somerville

Open to all SPS students

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Somerville Parks and Recreation Department Somertime Program

Register: Currently full for all weeks - contact directly to sign up for wait list. 
Cost: Free or low-cost
Ages: All ages
Description: Daily activities will include swimming, organized group activities, arts and crafts, and more. Breakfast and Lunch will be included. Currently full for all weeks. Contact for more information. 

Mayor's Summer Jobs Program

Cost: Students are PAID to participate
Ages: 14 years and older
Description: Internships for teens within City of Somerville Departments
Contact: Jennifer Mancia
Learn more and register at their website: May 14, 2021 Registation Deadline.

City of Somerville Library

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Description: Ongoing programming


Enrichment Programs offered

through outside organizations

Open to all SPS students

Please contact programs directly with questions.

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Artisan's Asylum Teen Innovation Experiences

Cost: Sliding Scale, Opt 1 $350–800, Opt 2 $100–400
AgesAges 10–16 
Dates: 6/21–8/12, 10am–3pm
Description: Physical activity and STEAM virtual immersive experiences for ages 10–16 guided by engineers and fabricators. Seeking junior engineers to build robots, prototype Martian rovers, and design kinetic creatures that move and groove.

Boston Debate League Summer Program

Cost: FREE
Ages: Middle and high school students
Dates: August 16th- 27th, 8am–4pm
Location: Somerville MA
Description: The Boston Debate League’s FREE* Debate Camp provides an excellent opportunity for students to spend time this summer engaged in debate and argumentation, to develop their public speaking and leadership skills, and to learn about the Policy Debate topic for next year—protection of water resources in the United States. Camp has been instrumental to students’ growth as debaters, public speakers, and leaders on their debate teams, with camp participants often assuming a mentoring role within the team and bringing back the skills learned at camp to their debate community.
Contact: Luz Miranda 

Brooklyn Boulders Somerville Summer Adventure Weeks

Cost: $589 per week
Ages: 5–12 years old
Dates: Jun 21–Aug 27th, 9am–3:30pm
Location: Somerville MA
Description: Physical activity and STEAM

Cambridge Health Alliance Teen Health Advisory 

Register: Info will be posted on Instagram: @somerville_teenconnection
Cost: Free
Ages: Teens
Dates: 6/22–8/31, 1 day per week TBD
Location: Virtual/Hybrid
Description: High school club offering peer leadership and empowerment programming based on public health, sexual and reproductive health, and mental health. 

Cambridge Health Alliance Youth-led Participatory Action

Register: Info will be posted on Instagram: @somerville_teenconnection
Cost: Free
Dates: 6/22–8/31, Tuesdays
Location: Virtual/Hybrid
Description: Instagram: Public health research project implementation

Davis Square Martial Arts

Register: Jennifer Ferguson,
Cost: $125/week - scholarships available for youth who recieve free/reduced lunch
Ages: 7-13 years
Dates: Various weeks in June, July and August - 90 minute sessions/day
Location: Seven Hills Park, Somerville
These beginner weeks are a great chance for kids interested in martial arts to not only see if they like it, but also to make a lot of progress in a short amount of time. Our Kids Kung Fu classes emphasize paying attention, doing your best, treating everyone with respect, and having fun. Our instructors work hard to create a positive learning environment and get to know each student as an individual.
Contact: Jennifer Ferguson,

Elizabeth Peabody House On-site Summer Program - City Explorers

Register:  email Yolanda Rivera or call 617-623-5510 ext 101
Cost: $230/week ($46 per day, $51/day part-time 2 day per week minimum); vouchers accepted
Ages: 5–12 years old
Dates: 6/28–8/20, 8:30am–4:00pm
Location: Somerville, MA
Description: Our vision is to explore Somerville and surrounding communities, either by public transportation, walk or program van. Teachers will provide planned activities like art, science, sensory and dance throughout the day. 
We will also have Fun Friday field trips. This might look like a trip to Cold Stones, beach or a pool day, or Sky Zone. Slots still available - contact Yolanda!

Everwood Day Camp through Elizabeth Peabody House

Register: Program is currently full. Contact Kretcha to be added to the wait list. 
Cost: $375/week
Ages: Ages 5–15
Dates: 6/28–8/27, 7:30am–5:30pm
Location: Sharon, MA with drop off and pick up at Elizabeth Peabody House, Somerville
Description: Outdoor Day Camp with arts and crafts, music, STEAM, sports, swimming, and nature programming.

Farrington Nature Linc Teen Employment Program

RegisterPlease visit their website.
Cost: paid positions
Ages: Ages 14–22
Dates: late June–mid August, typically Mon–Fri 9am–4pm (summer) + one Saturday/month (school year) 
Location: Lincoln, MA
Description: Teen employment, outdoors/nature, social justice.
Contact: Sarah Kacevich 

Groundwork Somerville Green Team 

Cost: paid positions
Ages: Ages 14–19
Dates: TBD mid June–mid August (6 wks)
Location: Somerville
Description: Environmental engagement, urban agriculture, and job development.

Girls Rock Camp - Digital Audio Week: Summer Session Rock Remote

Register Now!
Cost: 0-$500, sliding scale
Ages: 10-17
Dates: July 26-31st, 9am-3:45PM
Location: Remote
Description: Collaborate with real bandmates in a virtual space! Write and record an original song! Learn how to be your own Music Producer!
When you work in a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) alone, you have the power to act as an entire band, putting all the parts of a song together and thinking like a music producer or audio engineer. When you work in a DAW with bandmates, you have the power to hear AND see how everyone’s parts work together and quickly try out new ideas, even when you can’t be in the same room together. Long-distance musical collaboration is nothing new - punk and hip hop artists used to get tapes in the mail from their collaborators, add new parts, and send them back. But thanks to internet-based DAWs, we don’t have to wait days for snail mail to put hot new tracks together - and with social DAW platforms like Soundtrap, you can collaborate in real time, almost like working in a Google doc!
Contact: Charlotte Huffman

Girls Rock Camp - Summer Youth Activism Project Intensive

Register Here
Cost: FREE
Ages: 13-18
Dates: July 13th-29th, meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-5pm
Location: Remote
Description: YAP youth will work together to identify an issue of concern for GRCB youth, use data to determine how well GRCB is addressing this issue, and collaborate to envision how GRCB could change to better address the issue. YAP youth will present their findings and suggestions for how to move forward to the GRCB staff and Board of Directors. The staff and board will use this presentation to guide their choices for the following year.
Contact: Charlotte Huffman

Kesher AfterSchool Gap Camp

Register: Coming Soon
Cost: fee associated
Ages: Grades K–6
Dates: 7/23–8/1, 9am–5pm
Location: Somerville MA
Contact: Bryna Chalmer

Kesher Nevatim Summer Session

RegisterComing Soon
Cost: fee associated
Ages: PreK, K
Dates: July, 9am–5pm
Location: Somerville, MA
Contact: Bryna Chalmer

Mystic Learning Center YouthStream

Cost:  Free, with paid positions for teen leaders (earn stipends by running our Discord server, hosting live streams, and organizing online events)
Ages: Ages 13–19 
Dates: Meetings Tuesdays @6, regular events ongoing 
Location: Online
Description: YouthStream is a program that reimagines the field of Creative Youth Development for a new generation by identifying and supporting virtual spaces as centers of digital youth culture. As young people increasingly find connection and build communities online around their favorite anime or video game, YouthStream's mission is to support and highlight digital youth culture, including live-streaming and esports events, by building virtual communities that respond proactively to issues of bullying, harassment and exploitation, both online and IRL. Youth Peer Moderators receive leadership training, conflict resolution, and community organizing skills while earning paid stipends for projects. At a time when many young people feel alienated and depressed, YouthStream empowers youth to build programming that combats isolation by meeting them where they’re @, so to speak.
Contact: Erich

Mystic Learning Center Summer Basketball League

Location: Mystic Basketball Court (near Gardens)
Dates: June 15th - July 29th 
Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Ages/Times 8-12: 6:00pm-7:00pm
Ages/Times 12-18: 7:00pm-8:00pm
Description: Basketball is Back! The SHA and the MLC are bringing back basketball for the summer. Registration is completely FREE & all participants get a free basketball t-shirt! Spots are limited so sign up today! Please complete all of the info below to complete your registration form. Questions? Call the MLC 617-623-0110 and ask for our basketball program directors, Kevin Roy & Jacob Ojeda. 

Mystic Learning Center Summer Camp

Cost:  EEC determines cost, contact program for latest update
Ages: 5-13 
Dates: 8-5pm, M-F all summer
Location: Somerville, MA
Description: Traditional summer camp activities including on site clubs, field trips to beaches, pools, and local museums.

Open Air Circus Summer Program

Cost:  $30/child
Ages: 6-15 
Dates: July 5th-August 9th
Location: Somerville, MA
Description: OPENAIR Circus is a non-profit community-based circus. Our primary program is our summer circus, where we offer classes and performances each summer.
Contact: Peter Jehlen,

Parts and Crafts Summer Programs

Register: waitlisted for all weeks, guardians are still encouraged to add themselves to the wait list.
Cost: $350
Ages: Ages 6–13
Dates: 9am-3pm, June 21st-August 20th, different weekly themes
Location: Somerville, MA
Description: Parts and Crafts is a makerspace and community workshop in Somerville, MA. We encourage kids to think and make and learn and do through the exploration of the arts, science, computer programming, and engineering – a cluster of disciplines we refer to as “the creative application of technical skills.” ​ In all of our programs we aim to create a supportive environment for self-directed ​ learning where young people can learn hands-on skills, gain competency in basic tool use, and work on creative projects of their own design. 
Contact: Dina

Parkour Generations Boston Summer Clinics

Cost: fee associated, scholarships available
AgesAges 6–13
Dates: TBD June–August
Description: Physical activity and STEAM focused on building a "toolbox" of movement skills that can be applied to overcome a variety of physical and mental challenges. Sessions feature instruction by experienced coaches for a wide range of age and ability levels, and are a mix of skill development, problem-solving, physical challenges, and games that reinforce the values and ideals of the Parkour philosophy. 
Contact: Blake Evitt

Summer Tennis, Reading and Writing Program

Cost: $200/week, financial aid available
Dates: July 6- August 13, 8:30AM-12:30PM Monday-Thursday
Location: Foss Park, Somerville
Description: Drew Hendrickson will be leading a tennis and ELA program that will offer fast-paced and fun tennis classes coupled with a reading and writing program led by a Somerville Public Schools teacher. The tennis portion of the program will be fun, instructive and support teamwork and great sportsmanship. Students will learn all basic tennis skills, participate in team-based activities, and engage in healthy competitions every day. The reading and writing component will consist of silent and group reading and daily writing activities. Each student will have a journal where students will free write, respond to writing prompts, write poems, and engage in other writing activities. 

Science Club for Girls Summer Rocketry Program
Cost: Free
Ages: Rising 6–8th Graders (who identify as girls)
Dates: Session 1: July 6–July 16, Session 2: August 9–August 20
Location: Virtual and Danehy Park, Cambridge
Description: This summer SCFG will be offering 2 sessions of our FREE 2 week program for rising 6th - 8th grade girls, non-binary students and students who identify with girlhood. Our Young Scientists will be provided with all of the materials they need to build and launch model rockets! The program will take place virtually with some in person launches at Danehy Park in Cambridge.

Somerville Cares about Prevention - Youth Social Media Ambassadors

Cost: Free, youth will receive a stipend if they participate
Ages: rising 8th-11th grade
We are looking to hire 8-10 Somerville youth in grades 8-11 to create and post substance misuse prevention social media content on their respective Instagram/Tik Tok accounts in July and August 2021. Somerville Prevention staff will provide remote orientation, training, and guidance on content development, etc. via occasional Zoom meetings at times that work best for the youth. Youth will be asked to create at least 5 posts/videos/etc. by the end of the Summer. They then would just need to receive approval to post from prevention staff before posting on their social media platforms, tag @somervilleprevention, and track analytics (likes, followers, etc.) to report back reach. Once posted, they will receive their payment. Students can earn $150.00 in the form of Target or Market Basket gift cards. 

Somerville Arts for Youth - Summer Theater Institute

Cost: FREE!
Ages: Rising 7th-Rising 12th graders
Dates: 8/2-8/13 M-F 2-5pm
Location: Somerville High School
Description: The Institute will provide the opportunity for students to receive advanced training in one of four tracks: Acting, Designing/Stage Management, Directing, or Playwriting. Upon registration, students will be organized into one of four cohorts based on their first or second choice track. Each cohort will have one professional mentor, who will guide them through each step of the program. The institute will culminate in a performance of 3-4 original site-specific plays.  
Contact: Deneen Scully

Teen Empowerment Youth Organizing
Cost: Paid positions
Ages: Ages 13–20
Location: Virtual/Hybrid.
Description: Paid opportunities for youth to become community organizers. Help plan and lead events, advocate for systemic change and make new friends!  

The Welcome Project Exploring Culture and Identity

Cost: Free
Dates: 2 weeks in July, Mon-Fri, 10am–3pm
Location: Somerville
Description: Children from immigrant families at the Mystic Housing Development and surrounding neighborhoods will explore their cultural backgrounds and develop their skills in self-expression. Includes arts and crafts, and outdoor play.

YMCA Summer Program

RegisterProgram is currently full, some slots available for home insecure youth - contact Tania Buck below for more information. 
Cost: Fee associated
Ages: Grades K–7
Dates: 6/22–8/31, 8:00am–5:30pm
Location: Somerville
Description: Somerville YMCA SACC Summer Programs, STEAMing Ahead @ the Y! STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math programming/activities. This summer we will continue to focus on literacy, social/emotional learning and physical activity, but are also infusing STEAM into your children’s day! We will also be using the Bellxcel Scholar Enrichment Curriculum for five weeks again this summer. This program was highly successful last summer in helping our children increase their Math and English Language Arts (ELA) scores. Two locations are available at the Y and also at the PHACS Early Childhood Campus. Preschool and LIT programming for youth ages 12-16 is also available.
Contact: Tania Buck


Cost: Free for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch
AgesGrades 2–5
Dates: 7/12–8/6, 8:00am–3:00pm
Description: Mindfulness, civic action, identity, literacy. The mission of YouthRising is to engage Black, Indigenous people of color (BIPOC) students in critical dialogue about identity and inspire civic action.
Contact: Bronwyn Fulton  


Somerville Public Schools

Programming for Targeted Populations

Open to students through a teacher or staff referral.

Please reach out to the contact person for the individual program with questions.

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SPS Early Education Department Summer Explore Rising 1st Grade Program

Contact: Dr. Lisa Kuh
Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying students
Ages: Rising First Graders
Dates: 4 weeks, 8:00am–1:00pm
Description: This program serves children who benefit from an extended year to ensure first-grade readiness.

Kindergarten Readiness

Contact: Dr. Lisa Kuh
Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying students
Ages: Rising Kindergarteners
Dates: 4 weeks, 8:00am–1:00pm
Description: This program serves children who benefit from an extended year to ensure kindergarten readiness.

Summer of YES 

Register: Registration is by referral only - contact Program is currently waitlisted.  
Cost: Free for high priority youth in the district, referral based
Ages: 7-13
Dates: 9:00am–5:00pm. 7/6-8/6
Locations: Argenziano School (290 Washington St.)
Description: Hands-on, project-based STEAM activities range from rocketry to robotics, painting to PVC pipe structure building, and many other creative, engaging activities that put young people at the center of their learning. Featuring programming from Somerville Media Center, Parkour Generations Boston, DEILab, Somerville Arts for Youth, Farrington Nature Linc and Parts and Crafts.
Contact: Heather McCormack

Special Education Extended School Year (ESY)

Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying students
Ages: Pre-K–12
Dates: (2 programs)
  • 7/6–8/2, hours vary depending upon services and/or programming
  • This is a 4 week (20 day) program held at Kennedy School, Healey, and ECIP at Capuano:
  • 7/6–8/9, 8:00am–1:00pm
  • This is a 5 week (25 day) program for students in the AIM program held at WHCIS and Capuano:

Description: Extended School Year (ESY) services for Somerville Public Schools’ Special Education students who have ESY services indicated in their Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or as a result of finding the need for compensatory services during the 2021 summer will occur in person and include a remote option for families who are unable to attend in person for the entire program. Remote instruction will likely include small group and individual instruction. A mixed delivery in-person/remote option will not be provided.

Services and programming provided both in person and remotely will be aligned with the service delivery grid designating summer (ESY)/Compensatory Service statement. A full range of services will be provided to meet the comprehensive needs of students. Services include but are not limited to ELA, math, speech and language, specialized programming, occupational therapy, etc., and are supported by a Program Director, Therapeutic Counselor, and BCBAs.  

Special Education programming will occur across the district: Somerville High School, Capuano Early Childhood Center, Kennedy School, and Healey School.  

SPELL (Summer Partners for Language and Learning) 

Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying multilingual learners
Ages: Rising 1st–8th Graders, Rising 9th–12th Graders
Dates: 7/6–8/6, 7:30am–1:00pm, Multilingual Learners in grades 4 – 8 will be offered extended day until 5:00 pm in collaboration with the YES Program.
Description: Multilingual learners participate in learning opportunities to practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Language-rich curriculum focuses on essential workers and social justice themes. A variety of community partners will provide enrichment activities. Family engagement opportunities include parent English classes, workshops, and resource and referral to basic needs. 

SomerSession Intervention Program

Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying students
Ages: Rising 2nd - 6th Graders
Dates: 7/6 - 8/6 (Intervention occurs during the Community Schools Adventure Camp Hours)
Description: Qualifying students participate in 40 minute small group reading and math intervention sessions as part of their Community Schools Adventure Camp day. Intervention sessions will be provided by licensed teachers who are trained in research based interventions. Each student will receive 10 or 20 sessions of intervention based on their specific needs.

The Somerville Calculus Project

Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying students
Ages: Middle School
Dates: 7/6–7/30, 9:00am–2:00pm (afterschool option offered 2:00–4:00pm)
Description: The Somerville Calculus Project (TCP) supports Black and Latinx students as they develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of mathematics. Once students are enrolled, the Calculus Project remains with them throughout high school, offering support in mathematics and a social support system. This summer, rising 7th through 12th grade students will come together for a 4 week, in-person program July 6–July 30. The Count Forward conference series will engage students in conversations with guest speakers as well as give them a chance to engage with one around important social issues. Also, TCP is excited to welcome approximately 16 high school students into the program this summer as Peer Mentors. These young staff members will provide targeted, small-group instruction. Through partnership with Citizen Schools we will be able to offer additional enrichment activities and STEAM-focused hands-on projects. If your child is Black or Latinx and you would like to speak to someone about enrolling them, please contact us!

Breakthrough Greater Boston

Contact: Jennie Mcdonald Brown/ Shoko Fox
Cost: Free, but this program is only open to qualifying students
Ages: Rising 7th–9th Graders
Dates: 6/29–7/24, hours TBD
Location: Remote
Description: Daily online instruction in literature and math to ensure an enriching learning experience for students already enrolled in the Somerville BTGB program this summer. There will be ongoing touchpoints with families around mental health needs and supports and connecting them to important resources. Rising 7th graders will receive a Breakthrough care package including a STEM kit and our summer community novel and will officially join Breakthrough programming this fall.