During the academic year, Horizons provides monthly meetings for the students that have completed the PreK-8 summer program to provide an extra layer of support as they tackle those important high school years. During our get togethers, we explore leadership styles, career opportunities, financial literacy, and goal setting. Our group size is small so that we can tailor the program to meet each students' needs and interests.
Horizons transforms the way students see themselves and their future. They are excited to learn. They graduate from high school and go on to attend college or other post-secondary training. With a network of support behind them, Horizons students embrace a more expansive view of what’s possible.
For more information about Horizons and how you can get involved, please contact us at HorizonsofKQA@gmail.com.
For six weeks in early summer, Horizons students are inspired by skilled professionals in small group settings that are academically and culturally diverse. After a healthy breakfast each day, children focus on targeted reading and mathematics lessons. The curriculum is student-centered and hands-on to maximize student engagement and retention. Our teachers tailor their instruction to address individual challenges, so the children can return to their classrooms in the fall ready for success. Afternoons are filled with water safety instruction, various on-campus enrichment activities, and field trips that teach students about their communities and the world.
Horizons of Kent and Queen Anne's offers a tuition-free, academic and enrichment program for students living in underserved communities on the campuses of The Gunston School in Centreville and Kent School in Chestertown.