A leader and innovator in dyslexia education with a commitment to the values of kindness, respect, honesty and hard work, The Gow School Summer Program provides an academic program that helps students experiencing academic difficulties, or who have language-based learning differences, rediscover the joy of learning in a camp-like setting that focuses on enhancing self-esteem and establishing positive long term friendships.
Students ages 8–16 who have been experiencing academic difficulties are invited to discover The Gow School Summer Program. One way to do that is through an interview and campus tour, which are encouraged and can be scheduled throughout the year. We also hold an Open House each spring.
To be considered for the program, families must submit an application, two teacher recommendations, and documentation and/or testing, which may include IEPs, cognitive assessments, and LD documentation from the school district.
Limited financial aid is available. To apply, complete a Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) through School & Student Services. The Gow School code is 200061. Awards are determined the first week of May and continue until funds are depleted.
The program is coed, and families may choose among three options, with the following 2023 tuition rates:
- Boarding - $9,100
- Full day (8:00 am – 5:00 pm) - $6,500
- Academic day (8:00 am –1:00 pm) - $5,800
Tuition for boarding students covers instruction, dorm housing, meals, daily activities, spending money, and weekend trips, with full-day and academic-day options including offerings of the particular time period.
For more information about The Gow School Summer Program and its application process, contact:
Associate Director of Admissions
The Gow School admits students of any race/color, ancestry/national origin, religion/creed, and sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race/color, ancestry/national origin, religion/creed, and sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs.