As the regular school year draws to a close we look ahead once again to an exciting array of summer programs hosted by the school. Please find below program dates and details:
- Poynter Institute'sGlobal Fact 5 conference, June 20 - June 22. It is a privilege to host this prestigious event. Please click on this link to learn more about the organization and its practices:
Lectures and seminars will take place during the day from approximately 9 am until 2 pm. Please know that upwards of 200 journalists from around the world will participate.
- University of California at Davis (UC Davis), June 19th - July 16th.
UC Davis students range in age from 18-22. While their academic program focuses on "Rome as the classroom," their more general goal is to enjoy three weeks of Italo-Romano cultural immersion.
- The Paideia Institute's Living Latin in Rome, July 1st - July 19th.
This is a very intensive Latin study course designed for high school students. All classes and social events are conducted in Latin. The program of study culminates with an evening of student performances. Last summer's performances consisted of myths selected from Ovid's Metamorphoses.
It's a very enjoyable way to spend part of a summer evening.
- Arts and Humanities, July 22nd - August 4th.
This description from our website says it all:
The 2018 Arts & Humanities Program dates: July 22 - August 4, 2018
Our program is open to students 13 - 18 years of age
Summer 2018 core courses feature Renaissance Art, and Ancient Roman Topography (a St. Stephen's School signature course). Both courses are held on-site in the city of Rome, allowing students to visit the significant monuments and sites in person, and to attain an in-depth knowledge of the city for the period in question. Students also enroll in a language course, either Italian or Latin.
The 2018 elective courses will include Creative Writing and 2D/3D Studio Art. Student exhibitions and special performances will be held at the conclusion of the summer school session. A trip to Pompeii and other sites in the south of Italy is also included.
This session also includes an evening Cultural Program with events held on-site around the city of Rome, such as the opera and other musical and theatrical performances where the backdrop is Rome itself, outings to important landmarks in the city opened for special evening visits and excursions to different neighborhood and ice cream shops (gelaterie) in Rome.
To apply to the St Stephen's School Arts & Humanities Program, please click here.
For more information on any of the summer programs at St Stephen's, please contact Leon Maggio at firstname.lastname@example.org.