Every summer, students from around the world join the Arrowsmith community in-person or online to participate in the Cognitive Intensive Program (CIP).
Arrowsmith School’s summer program is a great fit for many families to engage in our Symbol Relations – Cognitive Intensive Program.
Want to perform better at school, work and in life? Start by strengthening your Symbol Relations cognitive function this summer.
Arrowsmith School’s in-person summer program runs for six weeks beginning the first week of July.
Students attend full days Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm Eastern Time, engaging in the Symbol Relations Cognitive Exercise and daily Cognitive Health activities.
Students aged 8 to 14 spend 180 minutes per day on the Symbol Relations Cognitive Exercise, while students 15+ engage their brain for 270 minutes daily during the six-week program.
Our in-person experience provides opportunities for physical exercise, arts and crafts, science experiments and fun in the sun with new friends. Parents and students make connections with families from around the world.
Arrowsmith School’s online summer school program provides enrolment dates every two weeks beginning early June.
Students start at a time that is convenient for them and commit to attending for eight consecutive weeks between the beginning of June and the end of the third week of August.
Students aged 8 to 14 engage in the Symbol Relations Cognitive Exercise for 135 minutes each morning or afternoon, while students aged 15+ attend for approximately 200 minutes daily.
Students will experience theme days and cognitive health activities to promote socialization, engagement, and understanding of growth mindset, mindfulness practices, goal setting and perseverance.
Family members have an opportunity to attend educational sessions to learn about the benefits of the Arrowsmith Program, a neuroplastic approach to learning and brain change.
Learn when changes may be observed and how the strengthened cognitive function is evidenced in daily life.
During the summer program, families will have an opportunity to experience the Symbol Relations Cognitive Exercise for themselves. This will provide them with an understanding and appreciation of their child’s experience.