Furman University offers a summer program for students between the ages of 6 and 14 with academic or behavioral needs. The summer programs provides an individualized educational program; a low teacher-students ratio; innovative, but also sound educational practices; and a final report sent to parents. Before the summer program begins, each student is evaluated individually.

The daily program includes academic as well as social goals. Classes are based on a 4 to 1 teacher ratio, with the classes for younger students having even lower ratios. Final reports are given to parents and to the school, if requested by the parent.


Summer Learning Place for Summer 2014 is now full.  Please contact Erikah Haavie at 864.294.3083 or erikah.haavie@furman.edu to be added to the waiting list.
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