Get Ready for Fall with the Summer Scholars Program.

Want your child to be ready for fall? Oak Knoll’s Summer Scholars Program. is offering online options as part of their coeducational summer program for students entering grades 6-12 opportunities.

Taught by Oak Knoll faculty, these courses are an extension of an Oak Knoll academic experience. Their strong and well-rounded college preparatory program meets the highest standards, and their students consistently score well above the national average on standardized tests. Although many of the Summer Scholars sessions are taught on the Oak Knoll campus, several are offered online. And all courses are open to the public.

Online offerings include:

• Environmental Ethics
• Maps, Democracy and the Election of 2020
• Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies
• Remember the Ladies: A Look at the Suffrage Movement
• Sports & Politics
• Exploring the Medical Field
• Exploring the Intelligence Community
• Introduction to Strength and Conditioning

For more information or questons, call 908-522-8186 or email


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