2023 Session:
June 28 - August 2

SAT Preparation (Reading, Writing and Language)

Designed For: Rising 11th and 12th grade students

Content: The primary goal is to prepare the student to approach the new SAT with confidence. Course content will reflect the structure and content of the new SAT emphasizing reading and written expression. Published SAT practice materials are used on a weekly basis. Short story content is used as a medium for further developing active reading skills, analytical abilities, as well as the improvement of critical reading, written expression and reading comprehension skills. Nightly homework, daily quizzes and weekly tests are designed to increase comprehension, confidence and performance.

  • The Official SAT Study Guide, College Board
  •  The New SAT, Princeton Review
  • 6 Practice Tests for the New SAT, Barrons

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All reading courses can be taken for credit and/or skill-building purposes.

At the time of application, parents are asked to submit complete school records which should include a measure of the student’s current reading ability. All students enrolled in reading will be administered a Stanford Diagnostic Reading Test at the beginning and the end of the program.

In addition to in-class activities and out-of-class exercises for each student in the reading program, all students are expected to read a minimum of one hour per day from a book chosen in conjunction with both the reading teacher and the student. The purpose of this additional reading is to help students develop the habit of reading and to learn to read for pleasure. Books include fiction, adventure, mystery and sports stories. Informal comment is encouraged as a student progresses through the book, but no written review is demanded. Most students will read approximately 30 pages per day.

Wolfeboro Camp School

PO Box 390
93 Camp School Road
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-3451
Wolfeboro Camp School, in Wolfeboro, NH, is a private academic, summer camp program for boys and girls ten to eighteen entering grades six to twelve.