Discover Learning Center
Ph 703-856-7057
discover386@hotmail.com
Wechat ID: dlc386
Instagram: discover386
2019 Fun Science Summer Camp at Discover Learning Center at a cheaper price:
session 3 is 2 weeks
The Discover Learning Center 2019 Summer Camp provides your child with a fun, enriching learning experience at a cheaper price. This summer program is designed to give students knowledge and experience concerning Science Olympiad, MathCounts, Critical thinking and various technologies. Concurrently, we will engage in courses in writing, reading, and math. Discover Learning Center is a fulfilling learning environment with devoted teachers that are carefully selected. Not only are they teachers but also are role models for our students.

Every morning: the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar for two hours, math for two hours. The curriculums, lessons plan and materials in English and Math classes carry on with the high quality at Discover Learning Center during summer camp. The students will have a recess between the two classes. For details of each grade, please see below.  

Afternoon Team Activities: The students will be in the big hallway, outdoors doing the projects and competitions, which they love the most. They don’t want to leave earlier. We posted the pictures and videos on Discover Learning Center Instagram: discover386. Please follow us.
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities
The final winner from all the activities and competitions will have a free ticket to King's Dominion per session

Summer Camp Location: Fox Mill Elementary School Address: 2611 Viking Dr. Herndon, VA 20171

Come visit us every Saturday and Sunday (8:30 am to 12:30 pm) at 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 275, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street. 

Half/Full Day Summer Camp Sessions (Full Day = Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm) (Half Day = Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 12:30pm, or 1:30pm to 5:30pm)
Extended Care: Monday to Friday, 5:30pm to 6:30pm: Session 1 ($140), Session 2($150), Session 3 ($150)
Session 1: 06/17/2019 to 07/05/2019 (3 weeks, no class on 7/4/2018)
Session 2: 07/08/2019 to 07/26/2019, (3 weeks)
Session 3: 7/29/2019 to 8/9/2019 (2 weeks)
Early Registration before 3/10/2019: up to $70 discount by received the Registration form and Full Payment before 3/10/2019 (see the details in the schedule)
The registration fee for summer camp: $30 per student, it is non-refundable
The price includes tuition and snacks, does not include books.
Weekly Tuition=120% of per week in session tuition
Daily Tuition = 140% of per day in session tuition
Multiple Sessions discount: -$30.00, starting from the 2nd session for every session.
Sibling Discount: -$30.00 for the second child per session
The Late Registration fee will be charged after 5/18/2019: +$100.00 per student, per session, it is non-refundable
Lunch: Students can order lunch from our center. We will post the lunch menu weekly on Instagram (Instagram ID: discover386)

Daily Schedule:
8:15 am to 8:30 am: Drop off time
8:30 am to 12:30 pm: two hours English class, two hours Math class, a recess between the two classes.
12:30 pm to 1:30 pm: Lunch
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm: two hours Science Olympiad project and competition, or Mathcounts competition
3:30 to 5:30: Team-building activities and competitions.

Security, Safety and Health:
Student’s security, Safety and health are the top priorities at Discover Learning Center. We follow the Fairfax County public school security, safety and health regulations. Students are supervised by Discover Learning Center staffs on the campus.

For the price, please see it in the Registration form

How to register the summer camp?
Fill in the Registration Form
Mail the form with a full payment check to:
Discover Learning Center
P.O. Box 386
Great Falls, VA 22066

Or, come to Discover Learning Center on Saturday or Sunday (8:30 am to 12:30 pm) at 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 125, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street. 


Program details:

Rising 1st Grade:
Naglieri Nonverbal Test (Grade 1): NNAT test Pattern Completion, Reasoning by Analogy, Serial Reasoning and Spatial Visualization.
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, second-grade math, and more. 
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 2nd Grade:
FCPS Cognitive Abilities Test (FX CogAT-Custom Form for Grade 2): Verbal Analogies, Sentence completion, Verbal Classification, Number analogies, Number Puzzles, Number Sequence, Figure Matrices, Paper Folding and Figure Classification.
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, third-grade math, and more. 
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 3rd Grade:
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, fourth-grade math, and more. 
Science Olympiad Division A: Students learn and practice for the Science Olympiad. Teams compete in the events covering scientific knowledge, processes, and applications. Students will be introduced to event rules and practice for both building and study events.
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 4th Grade:
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, fifth-grade math, and more. 
Science Olympiad Division A: Students learn and practice for the Science Olympiad. Teams compete in the events covering scientific knowledge, processes, and applications. Students will be introduced to event rules and practice for both building and study events.
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 5th Grade:
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, sixth-grade math, and more. 
Science Olympiad Division A: Students learn and practice for the Science Olympiad. Teams compete in the events covering scientific knowledge, processes, and applications. Students will be introduced to event rules and practice for both building and study events.
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 6th Grade: Science Olympiad Division B, Pre-Algebra (for IWWA test)
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, Pre-Algebra, and more. 
Science Olympiad Division B: Students learn and practice for Science Olympiad. Teams compete in the events covering scientific knowledge, processes, and applications. Science Olympiad topics include but aren’t limited to earth science, physics, astronomy, biology, and chemistry.
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 7th Grade:
English and Math: Every morning, the program will cover English reading comprehension, writing and grammar, Algebra 1, and/or Geometry. 
Science Olympiad Division B: Students learn and practice for Science Olympiad. Teams compete in the events covering scientific knowledge, processes, and applications. Science Olympiad topics include but aren’t limited to earth science, physics, astronomy, biology, and chemistry.
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

Rising 8th/TJ prep:
The goal of the TJ prep summer camp is to prepare students for the reading, science and math sections of the TJ Admissions test and to prepare students for both the Student Information Sheet (SIS) and timed essay. During the program, students will spend considerable time in class and at home on reading, science, and writing. The course will cover grammar and writing conventions, and students will be required to practice writing one essay during each class session and another essay between sessions at home. The instructor will provide students with individualized feedback designed to help each student to improve his/her writing skills. Students will also spend considerable time reading non-fiction passages to prepare for the verbal section. The teachers teaching TJ prep. in spring will continue teaching TJ prep. during the summer. The course will cover:
ACT Aspire reading comprehension
ACT Aspire science
SIS: Students Information Sheet
TJHSST Essays: Problem Solving
Quant Q Math
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

PSAT/SAT/ACT Reading/Writing/Math/Science:
This course will help students practice the strategies and skills needed to achieve a top SAT/ACT score. Instruction will focus on the students’ specific mistakes and deficiencies, and the lessons will be tailored to the participants. Students will also learn how to be more consistently accurate, how to improve their pacing, and how to identify and fix their own mistakes. This course requires extensive work outside of class.
This course will cover reading, writing and English Language, Math and Science which includes:
· Relevant words in context
· High-utility academic words in phrases; Analyzing Word Choice Rhetorically; making effective use of language
Command of evidence in reading and writing: use of evidence, understand how an argument uses or doesn’t use evidence.
Essay analyzing a source
Problems grounded in real-world contexts in reading writing and language sections.
The analysis in science, history and social studies: interpreting data presented in information graphics; improving a passage’s structure, support and focus;
Founding documents and great global conversation
Science: Charts and graphs interpret the information; distinguish the experiments passages from research summaries, the fighting scientist as known as conflicting viewpoints.
Essay--analyzing a source
Problems grounded in real-world contexts in reading writing and language sections.
The analysis in science, history and social studies: interpreting data presented in information graphics; improving a passage’s structure, support and focus;
Founding documents and great global conversation
Advanced science questions types
Scientific Method
Advanced Mathematics
Problem-solving and data analysis
Mock Test
Parents and Students Testimonials:
It is the best summer camp ever! -- Andy Wang
Can you not to pick up me before 5:30 am please! -- Arme M Rad
The kids learnt and have fun. We will come back next year! – R. Mallik

Note: Discover Learning Center reserves the rights to make adjustments to the schedule, pricing, terms and conditions due to the rental increase and enrollment status.

Discover Learning Center
(703) 856 7057
Wechat ID: dlc386
discover386@hotmail.com
Instagram: discover386
http://www.discoverlearningcenterva.com/


How to register the summer camp?
Fill in the Registration Form
Mail the form with a full payment check to:
Discover Learning Center
P.O. Box 386
Great Falls, VA 22066

Or, come to Discover Learning Center on Saturday or Sunday (8:30 am to 12:30 pm) at 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 275, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street.