- are spent participating in social, artistic, elective, and sports related activities based on the weeks' theme: basketball, canoeing, dances, golf, soccer, karaoke, kayaking, painting, mathematics, volleyball, tennis, swimming, hiking, painting, ping-pong, creative writing, problem-solving, technology, badminton, shopping trips to the Mall, visits to historic sites, restaurants, bowling, movies, etc.
Weekends - Students practice their English language skills in while visiting and experiencing a variety of academic and cultural sites locally and out of state. Boston, Massachusetts and the Plymouth Plantation, the birthplace of America, as well as fun, instructional sites like planetariums, amusement and water parks are just a few of the opportunities
Service Opportunity - New Hampton School is committed to developing Global Citizens and Lifelong Learners. One way that we do this is through service to our local community. AELP students partner with the New Hampshire Veterans Home to give back to those who have gifted our citizens with their freedom. Students practice their English while learning history from first-hand accounts.
Student integration / Interaction - All summer long students and athletes from New Hampshire, New England, and the World come to New Hampton School for summer programs. AELP students will have daily interaction with native English speakers to improve communication skills.
TOEFL Test - The TOEFL Internet Based Test is administered at local certified testing sites. Students interested in taking the exam should get more infomation and register at https://www.ets.org/toefl Student transportation to a local testing site (Concord, NH) will be included in AELP tuition, but test fees are additional.
Boarding School / College Tours - AELP students will tour New England colleges and Universities and interested students may set up visits to local boarding schools. Some of the most prestigious institutions in the World are within a couple of hours of the New Hampton School campus.