Summer Odyssey

Summer Odyssey classes conducted on our 80-acre campus in San Rafael is an innovative program designed for students, grades 2–9, from Marin’s public and independent schools.

 

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Summer Odyssey will challenge the intellect, stretch the imagination, and embolden the talent of each child.

 

Dates, Times and Location

Application materials and payment deadline extended to May 31, 2018.  

2018 Summer program will run two weeks long between July 30 - August 10, 2018. 

Full-day sessions are Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Lunch break is from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Morning sessions are Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Afternoon sessions are Monday - Friday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Classes will take place on Dominican’s campus. Map and directions. 


Fees

Two-week, full-day, Summer Odyssey cost is $900 ($865. tuition plus a $35. non-refundable registration fee). 
Two-week, half-day Summer Odyssey cost is $450 ($415. tuition plus a $35. non-refundable registration fee).
Sibling discounts of 10% provided. Lunch is an additional $100.

NOTE: For specified programs, scholarship funds are available based on financial need—please submit an Odyssey Program Scholarship Application along with a $50 non-refundable deposit.


Admission Requirements

Students are selected based on academic performance, creativity, talent and a desire to explore and learn. The admissions packet should include the application form, a sample of the student's work such as creative writing, art project, or science experiment, and a teacher recommendation form sent by the teacher. All documents must be submitted before the application deadlines to the address above.

Application Forms: 

Summer Odyssey had many camps to offer, but the one that sounded fun to me was called "Tune Up". Even though the name sounded mechanical, this camp was all about singing. We learned many great things, but a few really stood out for me. We learned about the true meanings of lyrics for a handful of songs. Not only did we sing the songs, but our teacher, Libby Silvestri, told us about the story behind the lyrics and we were able to relate to the artists who wrote them. - Nia S.


Odyssey Staff

 

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Ted Stoeckley, Program Director
ted.stoeckley@dominican.edu

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Julie Nakao, Program Assistant
julie.nakao@dominican.edu