Florence, Italy, March 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Summer is getting near and with it also a long vacation for all school kids.
The summer break is a perfect time for the family to stay together enjoining their free time but, in most cases, parents must work and they have to plan on time how their kids will spend the vacation.
One of the possible solutions could be to participate in one of many Junior Summer Camps that are organized all over the world and are usually a safe and interesting way for kids to meet different cultures and spread their views.
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, with 30 years of active experience in organizing Italian language and culture courses for students coming for all around the globe, will offer a new Junior Summer Camp program, perfectly designed for teenage students of every nationality. The multicultural camp of Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is held in a quiet and charming village of La Polsa, surrounded by beautiful Dolomiti mountains.
The International Summer Camp is based on a two-week program, and perfectly suits the needs of young students wishing to experience a full immersion in a new language and to spend an unforgettable holiday where they will learn not only to communicate, but also to be part of today’s international world. All this in a healthy, funny and positive way, building up confidence, self-esteem and new friendship relationships that will last forever.
Students can choose to learn English or Italian language with 20 lessons per week and after the morning lessons they will enjoy sport activities in the afternoon and amazing social programs in the evening. Professional teachers and group-leaders will assist them during the day and will take care of their progress and safety.
There will be available three program sessions, each one two weeks long:
1st session 27th June - 10th July
2nd session 11th July - 24th July
3rd session 18th July - 31st July
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci Junior Summer Camps is open to students from 12 to 17 years old.
Further information are available on the school's website or at firstname.lastname@example.org.