2021 Winter International Immersion Camp
Keep your child engaged in learning this winter by joining Fairmont’s Winter International Immersion Camp! These two-week programs give your child an American school experience – broadening their cultural awareness and strengthening their English skills. Students join an age-appropriate classroom and participate in day-to-day learning and activities either in-person or remotely. Your child becomes a member of our classroom community, encouraged to practice their English, and to explore their interests in our supportive and challenging academic environment. International Winter Immersion Camp students will also receive an assessment of English proficiency which can be used to apply to Fairmont Schools for the 2021-22 academic year, and as a special gift, students that enroll in our 21-22 school year will have 50% of their winter camp fees credited to their tuition.
At this time, students wishing to participate in-person will be expected to complete a two-week quarantine in the U.S. prior to the first day of camp. This policy will be updated as additional guidance from state and federal authorities is received.
Session 1: January 19 – January 29 (No school Monday, January 18 due to MLK holiday)
Session 2: February 1 – February 12
Session 3: February 16 – February 26 (No school Monday, February 15 due to President’s Day holiday)
Kindergarten – 8th-grade camps available at our Anaheim Hills, Historic Anaheim, and San Juan Capistrano locations
High School (grades 9 – 12) camps available at our Preparatory Academy in Anaheim and San Juan Capistrano
In-Person (includes medical insurance for 14 days):
- Kindergarten – 5th grade: $1,700
- Middle School (grades 6 – 8): $2,050
- High School (grades 9 – 12): $2,500
Remote (includes access to class recordings as well as live teacher support during daytime hours in Asia):
- Kindergarten – 5th grade: $1,360
- Middle School (grades 6 – 8): $1,750
- High School (grades 9 – 12): $2,250
Students that enroll in our 21-22 school year will have 50% of their winter camp fees credited to their tuition.
CLICK HERE to enroll today!
English Language & American Culture Camp
|Grades: Kindergarten-6th (Ages 5-11)|
|Session #1: June 29 – July 10, 2020
Session #2: July 13 – July 24, 2020
Session #3: July 27 – August 7, 2020
|Monday – Friday 8:30 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.
All 3 sessions will cover similar material, so it is recommended you only register for one.
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 join Fairmont for 2+ weeks, please contact our Fairmont International Education Department for specialized group programs:
Tilly Lan, Immersion Program Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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.