This summer your child can have fun and learn!
Since 1993, the Fairfax Collegiate Summer Program has provided challenging and engaging courses in writing, mathematics, science, public speaking, test prep, engineering, computer science, filmmaking, design, and technology.
Small classes are available both in-person at locations throughout Northern Virginia, and online via Zoom. Courses are built around creative activities that are captivating and entertaining, as well as informative.
Summer Program instructors include undergraduate and graduate students at leading universities, as well as area public and private school teachers. They take into account each student's interests and needs, and students are able to get help from an instructor at any time.
Over 4,000 students attend Fairfax Collegiate programs each year. Register today to reserve your child's opportunity for academic and creative growth at Fairfax Collegiate.
Plan your child's schedule and sign up for classes with our online registration system.
Download the Fairfax Collegiate Summer 2021 Catalog below.
Fairfax Collegiate's new Online Debate League allows your child to have fun and develop essential skills. Students learn to:
Fairfax Collegiate has been a trusted provider of test preparation for over 25 years. Our classes stand out because each one:
Fairfax Collegiate Write | Discuss | Revise is a program of premium online writing courses. Each Write | Discuss | Revise course provides challenging content, direct instruction in writing, weekly reading and writing assignments, and individual writing conferences with the teacher. Write | Discuss | Revise is for students who seek to go beyond what they are learning at school and take their reading and writing to the next level.
When students feel like they are part of a classroom community of learners, they will more effectively discuss, take risks, and ask questions--all of which are keys to understanding math on a deeper level.
Math Essentials Online connects students with an experienced instructor and a small cohort of four to six peers who support each other as they learn, gain confidence, and experience the joy of math.