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For rising 10th & 11th graders
June 26 – July 2, in Champagne-Urbana, IL

Leadership for America

Dwight Duncan, an incredibly engaging and funny professor from the Southern New England School of Law will teach a seminar on Freedom and the Constitution in the America, wrestling with key topics upon which our political structure is built Sports every afternoon, and great guys attending, set in a lovely big house will make this not only stimulating but also

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For rising and graduating high school seniors
July 3 – 9, Pittsburgh, PA

Philosophy & Ethics Seminar

This seminar offers entering and graduating high school seniors a unique opportunity to experience a college-level class in the humanities. For five days, the students read and discuss a classical philosophical text. The classes are held in seminar-style and are led by an experienced college professor. More Info

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Campers grades 6-8. Counselors grades 10 – 12
June 12-16, near Lafayette, Indiana

Leadership Camp

The Leadership Camp is an action-packed, one-week overnight summer camp for entering 6th – 8th grade boys, near Lafayette, Indiana. Drawing upon over 30 years of experience, the camp aims to help boys develop the skills and virtues necessary to be a leader. The grounds cover 118 acres of hills, woods, and wildlife. The facilities include a dining hall, cabins,

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October 8 – 9 (9th & 10th graders)
Wynncliff Conference & Retreat Center

Study Weekend

Get away to picturesque lakefront property, for some real study time, mixed with sports and hanging out. See pictures from previous years. Who: High School Freshmen & Sophomores (Juniors can come as staff to assist)  Schedule Depart from Layton, 10:30am on Saturday, October 8 Return to Layton, 1pm on Sunday, October 9 Bring: Study materials and book to read (for at least

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December 28 - 31 (for all high schoolers)
Hayward WI

Ski Trip

Ski trip Up North over the Christmas Holiday. Beginners welcome. Good skiing, good company, good relaxation. See pictures from last year. Location: We stay near Hayward WI Ski at Whitecap mountain Note: The mountain is a bit of a hike from the house (about an hour) but is really good value for the money, with a nice range of slopes