Fairmont Summer International Programs
Fairmont’s International Education Program is known throughout the world as a leader in international education. This summer, we combine the best of Fairmont’s challenging language acquisition program with all the excitement of a California summer! Our international camp programs are ideal for students who want to build language skills while enjoying cultural immersion in Fairmont’s fun, hands-on learning environment.
Students of all levels, beginning to highly advanced, are accepted. Fairmont will place international students in the correct program based on their assessed language ability.
English Language & American Culture Camp
|Grades: Kindergarten-6th (Ages 5-11)|
|Session #1: July 2 – July 13, 2018
Session #2: July 16 – July 27, 2018
Session #3: July 30 – August 10, 2018
|Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Anaheim Hills Campus Only – 5310 E. La Palma Ave, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807|
Fairmont’s unique program offers English language instruction in conjunction with a cultural immersion component designed specifically for international students. Students benefit from intensive English language instruction each Monday through Thursday morning. In the afternoon, they have the opportunity for hands-on language learning and cultural exchange as they participate in Fairmont’s summer camp together with American students. On Fridays, international students join their new American friends on excursions to a number of world-class destinations in sunny Southern California.
Students will be assessed upon arrival and placed in the appropriate grade/ability group.
The English Language & American Culture Camp is located at our Anaheim Hills Campus location only.
Specialized International Groups (15+ Students) Programs
If you are looking to have a group of 15+ students (ages 12-17), please contact our Fairmont International Education Department for specialized group programs:
Ming Liao, Immersion Program Coordinator
714.765.6300 ext. 2714
International Student Resources
Health insurance is included in the English Language & American Culture camp tuition fee. Parent or guardian will receive student insurance card and information of coverage on student’s first day.
Please contact the Summer Programs Department if you have any questions on insurance coverage. email@example.com
We do not offer I-20 visas over the summer.
Andrea Cribbs, Homestay Manager
phone: 714- 765-6300 ext. 2730
Please note: We do not accept students under 12 years old in our homestay program.
Students may continue to participate in our programs, but will need to provide their own housing and transportation.
Options for alternative housing are:
Stay in Local Apartments or Long-Term Hotels
We recommend that you explore long-term hotel or housing options through website like www.airbnb.com, www.extendedstayamerica.com, and www.hotels.com. Parents are responsible for all transportation to and from school.
Stay with Local Guardian
Students may stay in the area with family or friends acting as their local guardians. Guardians are responsible for all transportation to and from school.