Summer Programs

Tilton School's Summer Programs

Programs Hosted by Tilton School

  • ISANNE Leads: June 27-July 1
    Leading in independent schools – what does this mean? What makes one good? What about being effective? What does it take? It certainly offers many rewards, opportunities and challenges. It also demands a remarkable scope of skills and understanding. Ultimately, it is not simply the domain of the head of school. Where does it fit for you? The ISANNELeads seminar aims to address these questions and more. For more information and to register, visit ISANNE's website

  • Lakes Region Tennis Association - Tilton Free Summer Program: Mondays and Wednesdays, June 27-August 3
    LRTA's mission is to facilitate and promote the teaching of tennis to the youth of Central New Hampshire as a sport they can enjoy for a lifetime. They seek to do so at minimal cost, providing need-based scholarships when appropriate, as well as other forms of support. LRTA emphasizes in their teaching how tennis can be a game for life. Unlike many other youth sports, tennis is a game that can be played for decades after high school. It is also a game that can teach us a great deal about life.
  • JSA Education - Discover Your Dynamic Genius: July 1-16
    The JSA Education Summer Program consists of four major components: U.S. cultural immersion, Academic transition, Necessary preparations for essay writing and a classic independent school framework. These components will enable international students to smoothly transition and integrate into the U.S. boarding school culture.
  • AYR Academy: July 10-August 6, 2016
    Ayr Academy is a multi-day overnight mountain bike summer camp for youth between 12 and 18 years of age run by nearby Highland Mountain Bike Park. No matter your ability level, If you like to ride, we can teach you to do it better.  For more information and to register, visit Ayr Academy's website
  • GPS Soccer Academy: August 1-5
    At all ages GPS seeks to develop players across the four pillars of the game: Technical; Tactical; Physical and Psychological.  Varied emphasis is placed on each pillar throughout the different phases of the GPS structure.  Tilton school offers our players the opportunity to compete on one of the best and newest complexes in New England, a synthetic turf field and 8 spacious immaculate grass fields will give our players the perfect training environment.  For more information and to register, visit GPS' website.