Summer School Programs
For three hours each day, Fairmont teachers focus on the skills most important to lifelong academic success: reading, writing, and mathematics. Part of each day is devoted to group work and learning stations. Teachers meet with small groups to differentiate and individualize the learning experience. When students are not working with the teacher in their small group, they rotate among a variety of learning stations that reinforce the daily lessons, promote independence, and encourage problem-solving. Students will be assessed on the first few days of the program to determine summer placement.
Students are placed into the grade level they are going into in the Fall.
Please note: K-8th Grade Summer School program will be Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-12:00pm starting June 25-July 26. Due to the earlier start time, this is equivalent to the same instructional hours as previous summer 6-week summer school.
International Students that are not English proficient at their current grade level should not enroll in this program.
Junior High Summer School
|June 25 - July 26, 2018 (5 weeks)|
|Monday - Thursday, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM|
North Tustin Campuses
Focus on Fundamentals Highlights
- English: expository essay writing and literary analysis
- Math: individualized at student level (e.g. Pre-Algebra, Geometry)
Students are assessed in the first few days of the program to determine areas of focus in order to prepare for the upcoming school year and individualize instruction.
Middle School Algebra I Review Course
|June 18 - July 26, 2018 (6 weeks)|
|Monday - Thursday, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|Anaheim Hills Campus|
This course is designed for students who took Algebra I
during the school year and need to remediate and students
who have not taken Algebra I before as a preview of Algebra.
The class may not be used for advancement purposes. This
class will cover the scope and sequence of Algebra I and will
not be equivalent to a full school year of curriculum.
Weekly Summer Camp Programs
Come for a week, or the entire summer! Campers enjoy academic and enrichment activities each fun-packed themed week. Each week of camp is unique to keep your child engaged throughout the summer. Fairmont offers morning, afternoon, and full-day camp options.
Campers are place into camp groups based on Fall grade level.
*If your child is going into 6th grade in Fall 2019, they will need to enroll in our Elementary Summer Camp.
Elementary Summer Camp (K-6)
|Weekly from June 4 - August 10|
|Full Day 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Morning 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Afternoon 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
|Full Day: $350/week
Morning Camp Only + Friday Field Trip: $275/week
Afternoon Camp Only + Friday Field Trip: $275/week
North Tustin Campuses
Grade 7 & 8
Junior High Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Program
|Weekly from June 4 - August 10|
|Full Day 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Afternoon 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Full Day: $250/week
North Tustin Campuses
As a Counselor-In-Training your child will put his or her knowledge of leadership, team building, and communication into practice as he or she assists Fairmont’s elementary summer camp counselors. CITs will meet regularly with a mentor to continually develop leadership principles throughout the summer.
Please note: International Students that are not English proficient at their current grade level should not enroll in this program.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I enroll?
You may enroll in our summer programs by clicking the Enroll button in the top right corner or click here. Once you complete the full application, you will be sent a confirmation email confirming enrollment and payment. Fairmont requires full payment at the time of enrollment.
Are the summer programs open to non-school year students?
Yes! Fairmont Summer Programs are open to the community. You do not need to be a school year Fairmont student to attend any of our summer programs. If you are interested in joining Fairmont during the school year, the summer is a great opportunity to meet Fairmont teachers, get familiar with the campus, and prepare for the upcoming school year academics.
What is your refund policy?
Fairmont Summer Programs refund policy has been updated and is effective March 2018.
Fairmont Summer Programs Refund Policy:
Refunds will be issued prior to June 1st for any cancellations after deducting cancellation fees (details below). After June 1st, no refunds will be granted. Please contact Fairmont Summer Programs to inquire about a refund: email@example.com.
Cancellation fees apply as follows:
For cancellations made before March 31 will receive 100% refund of program fee paid.
For cancellations made between April 1 and April 30 will receive 75% refund of program fee paid.
For cancellations made between May 1 and May 31 will receive 50% refund of program fee paid.
No refunds will be granted for cancellations after June 1st.
For international students that are not able to obtain a visa, we will provide 100% refund with written proof that the visa was denied for this summer.
I work full-time. Do you provide any before and after program care? What is the cost?
Complimentary extended care is available for children enrolled in summer camp at no additional cost from 7:00 AM-9:00 AM and/or 4:00 PM-6:00 PM. Also available mornings from 7:00 AM-9:00 AM for children enrolled in summer school at no additional charge.
For working parents, Fairmont's extended day program is a convenient option. Before and after regular camp hours, the Fairmont staff will provide your child with games, sports, and crafts aimed to zap boredom and help your child maximize summer fun. (After 6:00 PM, there is a $1 per minute late pick-up charge.)
Are there additional registration or activity fees?
There are no additional costs to our programs. Fees include all activities, instruction, and afternoon snacks.
Camp fees do not include lunch which can be purchased for $6 per day at the lunch table at your campus.
Do you offer a sibling discount?
Fairmont offers an earlybird 10% discount through the month of April for all summer school and summer camp registrations instead of a sibling discount. Discounts don't apply to enrichment workshops.
What are your campus hours?
The Anaheim Hills, Historic Anaheim, and North Tustin Campuses are open from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
We offer complimentary extended care from 7:00 AM- 9:00 AM and for 4:00 PM- 6:00 PM for full time students at no additional charge. For those participating in our summer school program, complimentary care is from 7:00 AM- 9:00 AM before the program begins. Summer school only students need to be picked up by 12:15 PM or they will join our afternoon summer camp program.
For students located at our Prep Academy, student are able to be on campus from 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM. The computer lab is available during those times for study and any classwork needed to be done.
Is Fairmont closed on July 4th?
Yes! All campuses will be closed Wednesday, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day.
Does Fairmont provide snacks during the day?
For the preschool program, morning and afternoon snack is provided. For elementary - junior high program, only afternoon snack is provided.
We recommend students in summer school and morning camp bring a morning snack to have at their break/recess.
Does Fairmont provide lunches?
A lunch and a drink are required each day for all full day campers. Fairmont is now offering a new, revitalized lunch program that offers fresh, healthy options that your child will enjoy. Using the most quality ingredients, these hot lunches are available for purchase and can be ordered daily or in advance at a cost of $6.00 per day. Credit card and check payment only.
All lunch orders must be requested by 9:00 AM at your campus. There will be no refunds due to absences, and current balances with Fairmont Nutrition Management are not transferable.
On Fridays, campers should bring their own sack lunch when lunch is not provided.
HEALTH & SAFETY
How do you screen your staff? Do you do background checks?
We take the safety of our campers very seriously, therefore we make sure that all of our counselors interacting with your child have all the skills needed to provide a fun and safe environment for all campers.
Our counselors go through a lengthy and thorough interview and background check process conducted by our Human Resources and Summer Department as well as extensive training to prepare them for a fantastic summer. All counselors are LiveScan fingerprinted and are background checked through the DOJ and FBI.
If you are a school year Fairmont parent, you will notice many of our Student Services members that transition to counselors in the summer. All school year staff, as well as returning counselors from previous summers are required to go through the application and training process each summer to keep their summer counseling skills fresh and new.
What if my child has a severe allergy?
Please be sure to indicate any allergies your child has on the Health History Form as well as stating the severity. If your child requires an EpiPen, please check the EpiPen in at the front office for the duration of the student's time at Fairmont. EpiPens will be stored in the front office while the student is on campus and then transferred to your student’s assigned counselor for any off-site trips. Please label your child’s EpiPen with his or her name in its original packaging.
What if my child needs special medication at camp?
Prior to your first day at Fairmont, we will be asking you to complete a detailed Health & Emergency Form for your child. If your child requires any medication to be taken while they are at camp, we will ask you to give a full detailed description. All medication (prescription or otherwise) will need to be checked in at the front office. Students are not permitted to have medication on them. While on-site, all medication will be stored and distributed by the front desk nurse. While we are off-site for swim day or a field trip, all medication will be carried and distributed by your child's assigned counselor. Prescription medication should be in it's original packaging, including the doctor’s recommended dosage or instruction and be accompanied by an authorization for prescription medication form and a physician’s authorization form.