Summer Enrichment Program (SEP)
King’s Academy’s Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) is a community outreach program that reinforces our commitment to education in Jordan. It aims to strengthen the educational fabric of the country as a whole, ensuring that high quality education is made available to Jordanians of all strata of society, and not just to those students attending the Academy.
King’s Academy organizes this separate and special program during summer break in order to identify talented students from underprivileged areas in Jordan and help them to develop their skills in English and information technology.
Building on King’s Academy’s mission to attract top scholars and ensure diversity within its student body, SEP also serves as an early identification program for students from underprivileged areas in Jordan for possible admission into the Academy.
SEP is a two-week program offered for students entering the 7th grade. Provided they remain in good standing and continue to meet eligibility requirements, all participants can participate in this annual program until they reach the 9th grade. The program is supplemented by a weekend winter session, held in January, to consolidate information and engage in group practice.
SEP offers a unique combination of academic enrichment in the mornings and relaxed activities in the afternoons. These afternoon and weekend activities—intellectual, creative, and athletic—frequently lead to the discovery of new talents and interests, as well as to the development of positive attitudes, a stronger identity and a better sense of self-worth.
Last updated August 13, 2012