We are no longer accepting applications for Summer 2018. The Summer 2019 application will be available in mid-November.
We hope to hear from you then!

This is your summer to take a leap forward, discover your true potential, and learn from — and with — the very best!

Summer Programs allows you to:

  • Improve your academic skills and explore fresh ideas
  • Challenge yourself to achieve new goals
  • Receive one-on-one instruction from world-class teachers
  • Meet your peers from across the U.S. and around the world
  • Study abroad in China, France, Spain or Morocco on programs led by experienced Choate faculty

We offer a 5-week Academic Enrichment Program for high school and middle school students, as well as 4-, 2-, and 1-week signature programs. From writing and theater arts to athletics and study abroad, we have a program for everyone.

We also offer children's programs in various athletic and artistic subjects. Programs for children range in ages from kindergarten through 6th grade.

2018 Dates

Summer Study Abroad in Morocco
through July 7
Summer Study Abroad in France
through July 18
Summer Study Abroad in Spain
through July 22
Summer Programs | 4-week Signature Programs
through July 20
Summer Programs | 5-week Academic Enrichment, JFK Institute, Immersion Geometry and ELI
through July 27
Summer Programs Session I | 2-week Signature Programs
through July 6
Young Artists Summer Program | Session I
through July 13
Summer Programs Session II | 2-week Signature Programs
through July 20
Summer Programs College Fair
Hill House Dining Hall
Young Artists Summer Program | Session II
through July 27
Summer Viewbook

Why Choate?


An innovative curriculum, gives students a variety of fresh options with which to build an exciting summer of learning. Existing courses are regularly updated and new offerings are created each year.

Structured independence means that, on a daily basis, students are in classes for five to six of the eight daily periods with one period set aside to work one-on-one with their teachers.

Class sizes are small, ranging from 4 to 14 students per class.

The experienced faculty includes the regular-year Choate faculty, augmented by excellent teachers from independent and public secondary schools, colleges, and universities.

When approved by a student's home school, course credit may be received for summer work.

With over $450,000 available for need-based aid, we are able to offer this unique education experience to students who would not otherwise be able to attend.


Global friendships are made each summer between the approximately 650 students representing more than 38 countries and 28 states.

Our campus is in an ideal location, midway between Boston and New York, in a small New England town. Nearby beaches, historic sites, and college campuses are all available for weekend trips.


We have a record of academic success! Ranked among the best in private schools and rivaling those at colleges and universities, our superb facilities include air-conditioned classrooms, library, dining hall, computer centers as well as world-class athletic and student activities facilities.