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Summer Enrichment Program
Summer Enrichment classes are now full. If you wish to be added to a waitlist, please email:
If there is sufficient enrollment to create additional sections, we will let you know.

Lower School Enrichment Offerings

List of 10 items.

  • Math Practice

    Taught by Mikala Forrester, Rita Ashlock, Ashley Ramsawak, and Sarah Kubasik

    Keep those math skills sharp all summer with fact practice and basic skill review. Join us Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for help completing your summer math packet.
  • Math Enrichment

    Taught by Mikala Forrester, Rita Ashlock, Ashley Ramsawak, and Sarah Kubasik

    Love logic puzzles and playing with numbers? Want to see math in the wide world around you? Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays for an enriching time with math.
  • Rising K Literacy Skills

    Taught by Annie Walsworth

    This course will focus on literacy for rising Kindergarten students. Students will listen to read alouds, gain exposure to letter sounds, and play games to practice their reading and pre-reading skills.
  • Rising I-II Literacy Skills

    Taught by Summer Saxton and Danielle Coxe

    This group will review essential Kindergarten and Class I sight words, play games to review decoding word families, and provide opportunities for enrichment.
  • Rising III Book Club

    Taught by Emily Brito

    In summer book club, girls will dive into a novel together. Each reading assignment will be followed by a thoughtful discussion or written response guiding their explicit and implicit understanding of the characters, plot, and central message of the story.
  • Rising K-1 Screen & Stage Singalong

    Taught by Grace Honohan
    Warm up your voices and sing along to your favorite Broadway and Disney showtunes!  Learn basic choreography and stage movements to share your songs with your favorite family audience. 
  • Rising K-1 Creative Drama & Literacy

    Taught by Grace Honohan
    Do you love to act?  Now it's time to act our your favorite characters from beloved stories and fairy tales.  Learn basic techniques in scene study, physical movement and how to use our bodies and faces and voices to create characters and expressions.
  • Rising K-I Dance

    Taught by Carol Garcia

    Meet Mrs. Garcia on the virtual dance floor to move and groove with your classmates! Dance along to easy-to-follow movement of various styles with lots of smiles, sweat, and community.
  • Rising II-III Dance

    Taught by Carol Garcia

    Meet Mrs. Garcia on the virtual dance floor to move and groove with your classmates! Dance along to easy-to-follow movement of various styles with lots of smiles, sweat, and community.
  • Lower School Campfire

    Taught by Grace Honohan
    End your day with the wonderful opportunity to all come together as if we were underneath the stars, sitting around a campfire, and roasting marshmallows. During this fun time, expect to sing your favorite campfire songs, read inspirational stories, and play favorite camp games!

Lower Mid Enrichment Offerings

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  • Movement & Mindfulness

    Taught by Brittany Fitzgerald

    Wake your body up with an active start! Join Ms. Fitz on Tuesday and Thursday for themed activities ranging from explosive exercises to peaceful breathing and stretching.
  • Math Practice

    Taught by Kelly Root and Brittany Fitzgerald

    Keep those math skills sharp all summer with fact practice and basic skill review. Join us Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for help completing your summer math packet.
  • Math Enrichment

    Taught by Kelly Root, Brittany Fitzgerald, and Emily Hocking

    Practice for the Math Olympiad competition and enjoy brain teasers, logic puzzles, and strategy games with friends! Come stretch your brain with us on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • Rising IV/V Book Club

    Taught by Emily Hocking and Megan Schilling

    Are you interested in reading exceptional books this summer and discussing them with your friends? Then Book Club is for you! Whether you love reading, or just want some extra motivation to keep your reading habits strong throughout the summer, Book Club will be a fun and social way to add reading to your summer routine. Selected books will all be available on Amazon and through Kindle.
  • Rising VI Book Club

    Taught by Julie Zucker

    Calling all book lovers! During this course, we will read short stories and 1-2 books from the LMS Recommended Reading list. As we read these stories, we will think critically, engage in meaningful discussions, and learn different reading strategies. 
  • Science Enrichment

    Taught by Ally Begly

    Dive into the exciting world of oceanography! We'll learn about the marine depths and the fascinating creatures that inhabit the different zones of the world's oceans. If you like whales, dolphins, or even the mysterious deep sea fish, this is the course for you! We will also explore marine biology and various aspects of ocean habitats. Please note that meeting times were updated to accommodate additional students. Each section will meet once per week.
  • Creative Writing

    Taught by Elizabeth Richmond and Megan Schilling

    In this fun course, we will dabble in various genres of creative writing. Through the use of mentor texts, we will explore reading and writing of personal narratives, fractured fairy tales, spooky stories, and more. Please join us as we use our imaginations to write exciting, short pieces! Please note that meeting times were updated to accommodate additional students.
  • Met Artists

    Taught by Jennifer Liljgren

    Marymount has a very special connection with The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Although we are temporarily unable to actually walk through its doors, we will bring the artists into your home! Each class will highlight the amazing life and style of one famous artist, carefully selected to spark your daughters' curiosity and creativity. Each student will experiment with various techniques to create their own masterpieces and learn a bit of art history in the process! Minimal materials required: drawing paper (meant for sketching/painting), colored pencils, and crayons. Please note that meeting times were updated to accommodate additional students.
  • Virtual Campfire

    Taught by Julie Zucker

    End your day with the wonderful opportunity to all come together as if we were underneath the stars, sitting around a campfire, and roasting marshmallows. During this fun time, expect to sing your favorite campfire songs, read inspirational stories, and play Ms. Zucker's favorite camp games! 

For rising Classes IV-VI:

Upper Mid Enrichment Offerings

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  • Math Drills & Fact Practice

    Taught by Linda Liang

    Not 100% confident in your percent calculations? Integers got you feeling negative? Regular practice is the key to your mastery of these types of computations. Come join us for 30 minutes of quick calculation practice Monday-Thursday.
  • Math Problem Solving, Puzzles & Games

    Taught by Shaant Avanian

    Tickle your brain, challenge yourself, and your friends as well! Join us Monday-Thursday for 30 minutes of mind benders, brain teasers, logic puzzles, strategy games, and so much more!
  • Book Club

    Taught by Jillian Pagliocca

    Summer is the best time to curl up with a book. And the best way to enjoy a book is talking about it with friends. In Summer Book Club, you'll pick the books you want to read, talk about what you loved and hated, and post reviews online. In this collaborative space, participants will make choices about how meetings are run. Students are welcome to suggest video clips, trivia challenges, and topics for debate.
  • Write the Perfect Paragraph

    Taught by Taylor Freeman

    We will spend time crafting the major components of an academic paragraph. A bold main argument, evidence to support this idea, analysis of the content, and a link to the next paragraph (we may also look into the flow and organization of a paper). Come join us and work on your written expression in academic writing!
  • Creative Writing

    Taught by Chris Smith

    This fun course will consist of reading and experimenting with fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to tell stories or showcase perspectives. By surveying various genres of literature, students will learn the fundamental tools and skills authors use to make their ideas come to life on the page.
  • Music Video Production

    Taught by Juan Etcheverry

    Music Video Production is open to all students – no experience necessary! Students will learn how to make a short music video working in teams and choosing their own song. Both original works and “covers” will be produced and shown at the end of the five-week course.
  • Creative Coding

    Taught by Asha Sundararajan and Anna & Brianna, two Upper School coders

    Want to explore both the right and left side of your brain? Explore programming though the medium of digital art and music. Learn coding with Processing, p5.js, and Sonic.pi. For the adventurous, we could extend to include physical computing, including the use of Arduino.

For rising Classes VII-VIII:

Upper School Enrichment Offerings

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  • Videography

    Taught by Eric Walters

    We all have stories to tell! Come explore your voice as a filmmaker as you write, produce, film, and edit a short film. Note: iPhone with iMovie for iOS required.
  • Everyday Physics Phenomena

    Taught by Aruna Chavali

    Learn about how physics plays a role in our day-to-day lives, from credit cards to roller coasters, in an interactive, hands-on, demonstration-based course.
  • Math Standardized Test Prep Problems

    Taught by Fiona O'Doherty

    You know you've just gotta do it. Sit down twice a week with us for focused practice on SAT and ACT problems.  Trust us, you will thank yourself later! Please note that meeting times were updated to accommodate additional students.
  • US Book Club

    Taught by Annah Jones

    Do you love a good story? Come join us for reading and chatting in a fun, friendly environment. Our first book will be Frankly in Love by David Yoon. 
  • Storytelling

    Taught by Simon Dyton

    Students who love stories will develop their storytelling and creative writing skills. Participants learn about the importance of character, plot, genre, and description in order to inspire their creativity and develop the confidence to share their ideas with others. In our last class, participants are invited to write and perform their own (very) short stories as part of a virtual Storytelling Showcase!
  • Math Problem-Solving Competitions

    Taught by Becky Lazzeri

    Need some distractions from quarantining with family? Get lost in the world of problem solving while flexing those algebra skills and that creative mind.
  • Creative Coding

    Taught by Asha Sundararajan

    Want to explore both the right and left side of your brain? Explore programming though the medium of digital art and music. Learn coding with Processing, p5.js, and Sonic.pi. For the adventurous, we could extend to include physical computing, including the use of Arduino.
  • College Essay Writing

    Taught by Kara Kutner and Arielle Blumberg

    The college counselors are available thorughout the summer to work with rising Class XII students as they hone their college essays. Students should reach out to set up an appointment time with the counselors.
  • Finance via Bloomberg

    Taught by Stefan Cornelis

    The Bloomberg intensive is a two-week course that will cover the major areas of finance through a combination of the online Bloomberg Module Concepts course and daily discussion meetings. Students will read multiple financial newspapers daily and will have access to the Bloomberg terminals from their personal computer. This class fulfills Marymount’s Bloomberg graduation requirement and is intended for rising seniors and juniors.

    Because this is a semester course compressed into a two-week period, the daily time requirement will be approximately 3 to 3.5 hours to complete the course
    . Two sections will be offered from June 22-July 2, and enrollment will be capped at 11 students per section.

For rising Classes IX-XII: