Learn, Travel, Have Fun

Get ready for a fantastic summer! Pioneer Academy Camps offer middle and high school students between the ages of 11 and 17 a unique opportunity to experience life and prepare them for that all-important next step, both academically and socially, paving the way for a successful college experience.

Here, students will expand their worldview, meet new people from all around the globe, gain valuable knowledge and skills, and explore New York, Boston and Washington which are America’s most vibrant and historic cities amid a community of supportive peers and advisors.

New York City

Six Flags

Six Flags Great Adventure is the world’s largest theme park with world-class coasters, Safari Off Road Adventure. Next door, Hurricane Harbor water park features 25 thrill slides, massive wave pool, lazy river and water play areas.

Beast Speedboat Tour

Natural History

Washington

Capitol Hill

Recognized around the world as a symbol of the United States, the Capitol is the seat of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The huge dome, based on the dome of St. Peter’s in Rome, stands out above all other Washington buildings.

Washington Monument

Washington Monument is a familiar icon of the National Mall, and a beautiful sight, especially when mirrored in the long Reflecting Pool at its foot. Construction of the obelisk is to honor the nation’s first president.

Lincoln Memorial

The best-loved of all Washington’s memorials, the Lincoln Memorial stands at the far end of the mall, separated from the Washington Monument by the Reflecting Pool. At its center is a 19-foot marble statue of a seated and pensive.

Boston

Harvard University

Harvard University was the first institution of higher education established in the new world. Its reputation was established as the sole place where one could get a degree.Moreover, the university produces high-impact research in many fields, from the sciences to the humanities.

M.I.T Visit

College Counselling