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    College Essay Writing Bootcamp

    College essays are an amazing way for students to share more about themselves through the college process, but also is a wildly daunting piece, too! In this camp, students will review the why behind the essay and personal statement, review student example essays, and work through brainstorming for their own essays and personal statements.

    Great For: 12th Graders

    Dates: One week camps from June 7 - August 27

    $300

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    Introductory 5-Pack of Customized Tutoring

    For new Fusion families only: try out Fusion's customized tutoring with an introductory 5-pack. Fusion offers customized tutoring in all core and elective subjects. Students will work one-to-one with a teacher in whatever subject they need extra support.

    Great For: Middle and high school students who need extra support in any core or elective subjects.

    $300

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    Customized Subject Tutoring

    Fusion offers tutoring in all core and elective subjects. Students will work one-to-one with a teacher in whatever subject they need extra support. This is a great option to fill learning gaps, set a strong foundation for next fall, or try out a fun elective subject.

    Great For: Middle and high school students who need extra support in any core or elective subjects.

    $850

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    COVID Math Recovery

    Our teachers will get to know the student (including learning assessments) and what they learned this past school year to identify gaps in learning. From there, the teacher will create a customized tutoring plan to address those gaps and help the student prepare for the upcoming school year.

    Great For: Middle and high school students who fell behind in math this past school year.

    $850

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    COVID Reading & Writing Recovery

    Our teachers will get to know the student (including learning assessments) and what they learned this past school year to identify gaps in learning. From there, the teacher will create a customized tutoring plan to address those gaps and help the student prepare for the upcoming school year.

    Great For: Middle and high school students who fell behind in English or Language Arts this past school year.

    $850

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    Creative Arts

    Students are guided and mentored by a Fusion teacher while they learn and practice a wide range of mediums including collage, painting, drawing, and sketching.

    Great For: Students who wants to explore different mediums of contemporary art in a personalized setting.

    $850

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    The Mindset Advantage

    It’s been a tough year and some students will need additional skills for the transition back to school. The Mindset Advantage is designed to provide students with social skills, emotional tools, and ways to help maintain a focused daily balance.

    Great For: Middle and high school students who need additional social-emotional support or are anxious about the transition back-to-school.

    $850

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    Crush Your College Interview!

    The college interview is a great way to connect with the admissions team and develop an advocate on the other side of the desk. In this camp, we explore the benefit of an interview, tips to crush your interview, recommended next steps, and practice mock interviews with real-time feedback.

    Great For: 11th and 12th Graders

    Dates: One week camps from June 7 - August 27

    $300

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    Digital Art

    Students will explore graphic design, art, and photography. Students will create their own final project from ideation to completion, leading them to fully express their creativity and learn a wide range of mediums. In the one-to-one setting, our teacher/mentors will personalize the experience based on the student’s strengths, interests, and passions.

    Great For: Middle and high school students interested in exploring digital arts or digging deeper into an artistic passion.

    $850

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    Extracurriculars and Resume Building

    Outside of class time, what have you been spending your time doing? This course discusses why extracurricular activities are so important, explores ways to get involved both in and outside of school, and what colleges look for in a review of extracurriculars.

    Great For: 10th, 11th, and 12th Graders

    Dates: One week camps from June 7 - August 27

    $300

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    Finding the Right College Fit

    There are over 5,300 colleges and universities in the United States, plus thousands abroad. How do students find the right fit school? In this course, we explore how to identify what is important to YOU in the process, how to narrow down the search, and how to connect with the colleges and universities beyond the “Quick Facts” flyers and see if the school will truly be the right fit.

    Great For: 11th and 12th Graders

    Dates: One week camps from June 7 - August 27

    $300

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    Future CEO 101

    Students will be equipped with tools in entrepreneurship, financial literacy, marketing, accounting, and critical thinking. In the one-to-one environment, teachers will be able to completely personalize the experience for the student’s strengths, interests, and goals. At the end of their experience, students will better understand the business world and what it could look like to be a CEO one day.

    Great For: Middle and high school students with an entrepreneur's spirit and big dreams.

    $850

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    Game Design

    Students will learn about what makes good games great and how to build a framework for a game of their own. Students will focus on technical aspects to build a functional and aesthetically interesting game while also including elements of storytelling. The debugging and iterative design process build throughout the sessions producing a culminating project.

    Great For: Middle and high school students interested in video games, storytelling, and programming.

    $850

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    Gap Years 101

    With COVID-19 and nationwide shutdowns, we’ve seen a significant increase in interest in gap year planning. This camp explores the benefit (if appropriate) of taking a gap year, discusses gap year options, and creates a strategic plan for next steps in getting you connected to the best fit gap year program.

    Great For: 11th and 12th Graders

    Dates: One week camps from June 7 - August 27

    $300

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    Introduction to College and Post-Secondary Counseling

    Ready to start the college and post-secondary journey? This course is ideal for students who find themselves thinking about life beyond high school, but are early in the process.

    Great For: 9th and 10th Graders

    Dates: One week camps from June 7 - August 27

    $300

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    Music Production

    Learn how to record, mix, and edit songs as we master production and explore sound design. Students will learn the music theory behind famous songs and begin to produce their own compositions using technology. Teachers who have extensive experience as musicians and recording engineers will guide students through several genres (hip-hop, pop, acoustic, electronica, rock, and more) in a one-to-one setting that’s completely personalized for the student.

    Great For: Middle and high school students interested in learning new music skills.

    $850

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