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It runs a 6 and half week summer program from June to August. The target group is youth of both genders between 11 and 18.
 
It runs a 6 and half week summer program from June to August. The target group is youth of both genders between 11 and 18.
  
It is located near Wolfeboro at a lake called Rust Pond <Ref>[http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Camp+Rd,+Wolfeboro,+Carroll,+New+Hampshire+03894&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=33.02306,78.75&ie=UTF8&cd=2&geocode=FThemQIdLIHC-w&ll=43.568172,-71.169069&spn=0.003685,0.009613&t=h&z=17 The camp on Google maps]</Ref>
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It is located near Wolfeboro at a lake called Rust Pond in New Hampshire<Ref>[http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Camp+Rd,+Wolfeboro,+Carroll,+New+Hampshire+03894&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=33.02306,78.75&ie=UTF8&cd=2&geocode=FThemQIdLIHC-w&ll=43.568172,-71.169069&spn=0.003685,0.009613&t=h&z=17 The camp on Google maps]</Ref>.
  
 
==Program structure==
 
==Program structure==
 
The program is divided between an academic and a non-academic part.
 
The program is divided between an academic and a non-academic part.
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Before admission the parents have to select three courses the detainee have to study. The detainee can earn credits at the camp.
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While the handbook is not online the following basis are known:
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*Maintain a neat and orderly school by keeping their own tents clean and organized and to share in daily chores such as sweeping the dining room or classrooms and serving as a waiter at meals.
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*Not posses or use cell phones or related communication technology.
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*Not posses or use alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or related paraphernalia in any form.
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*Remain on campus at all times except as scheduled and accompanied, or approved by the School.
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*Observe policies governing the privacy and use of specified areas of the campus and respect for the School property.
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*Attend all scheduled classes, meals, activities, and appointments and be punctual with all commitments.
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According to a post in one of the survivor groups, there is no contact with parents at all during the first week.
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Regardless of the fact that the summer school are operating after the millennium, the detainees have no access to a computer during the entire program.
  
 
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Wolfeboro summer boarding school is academic boot camp using behavior modification methods.

It runs a 6 and half week summer program from June to August. The target group is youth of both genders between 11 and 18.

It is located near Wolfeboro at a lake called Rust Pond in New Hampshire[1].

Program structure

The program is divided between an academic and a non-academic part.

Before admission the parents have to select three courses the detainee have to study. The detainee can earn credits at the camp.

While the handbook is not online the following basis are known:

  • Maintain a neat and orderly school by keeping their own tents clean and organized and to share in daily chores such as sweeping the dining room or classrooms and serving as a waiter at meals.
  • Not posses or use cell phones or related communication technology.
  • Not posses or use alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or related paraphernalia in any form.
  • Remain on campus at all times except as scheduled and accompanied, or approved by the School.
  • Observe policies governing the privacy and use of specified areas of the campus and respect for the School property.
  • Attend all scheduled classes, meals, activities, and appointments and be punctual with all commitments.

According to a post in one of the survivor groups, there is no contact with parents at all during the first week.

Regardless of the fact that the summer school are operating after the millennium, the detainees have no access to a computer during the entire program.

Daily schedule

Weekdays

  • 06:45 Rising Bell
  • 07:05 Waiters’ Bell
  • 07:15 Breakfast
  • 07:45 Daily Chores and Inspection
  • 08:05 am Class Bell
  • 08:10 1st Period
  • 09:00 2nd Period
  • 09:50 3rd Period
  • 10:40 Recess/Snacks
  • 10:50 4th Period
  • 11:40 5th Period
  • 12:30 End of 5th Period
  • 12:50 Waiters’ Bell
  • 13:00 Dinner
  • 14:00 Programmed to Activities and Sports
  • 17:00 End of afternoon program
  • 17:15 Mail
  • 17:50 Waiters’ Bell
  • 18:00 Supper
  • 18:40 Intramural League Play
  • 19:20 Prep for Evening Studies
  • 19:30 Evening Studies
  • 20:30 Break
  • 20:45 Evening Studies
  • 21:30 End of Evening Studies
  • 21:45 Prep for Lights Out
  • 10:00 Lights Out

Weekends

  • 07:30 Rising Bell
  • 08:00 Breakfast
  • 09:00 Tent inspections
  • 09:45 Trips depart
  • 10:00 Recreation
  • 13:00 Sunday Lunch
  • 14:15 Recreation
  • 18:00 Picnic supper
  • 18:40 Intramural League Play
  • 19:20 Prep for Evening Studies
  • 19:30 Evening Studies
  • 20:30 Break
  • 20:45 Evening Studies
  • 21:30 End of Evening Studies
  • 21:45 Prep for Lights Out
  • 10:00 Lights Out


Celebrity alumni

  • Pete Wentz was sent to the boot camp aged 14 when his parents had other goals with his life than his chosen career [2]

External Links

Info pages

Survivor groups

Message boards

References