Phillips Exeter Academy - Exeter Summer

20 Main Street, Exeter, NH, 03833 - School Map Map

School Notes Overview:

Why should you consider Exeter Summer? To learn differently this summer is one reason. Exeter Summer offers a wide variety of courses all taught using Harkness. Harkness is about sharing ideas and taking charge of your learning. It’s small group collaboration and respect, where every voice is expected and heard. Beyond this, why should you come to Exeter Summer? To... Collaborate with other students on subjects you’re passionate about. Live in a dorm with new friends from around the world. Experience our beautiful, expansive campus and state of the art facilities. Enjoy dozens of optional trips, clubs and activities. Build a foundation for lifelong learning and have an awful ..... more

School Overview:

County Rockingham County, NH
Program Name Exeter Summer
Program Type Academic Enrichment
Number of Students 730 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades 8 - 12
Ages Accepted Age 13 - Age 18
First Session Start Date July 4
First Session End Date August 5
First Program Weeks 5 weeks
Program Director Jeff Ward
Campus Area 471 acres
Founding Year 1919
Teacher:Student Ratio 11%
Summer School Type Residential

School Notes:

  • Exeter Summer at Phillips Exeter Academy seeks bright, highly motivated students to participate in five weeks of academic exploration and discovery. If you are a serious student, intellectually curious, creative, eager to embrace new challenges and opportunities, then Exeter Summer may be a program for you.
  • Profile last updated: 01/10/2022

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