Summer Academy

June 17 – July 12, 2024

AP Calculus

Calculus topics include an in-depth study of functions: algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic. Students investigate the concepts of limits and continuity. Differential calculus and its applications to curve sketching, maximum and minimum problems, velocity, acceleration, and related rates of change are also explored in depth. Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Precalculus

AP Biology

Biology focuses on the study of life from an evolutionary and sociological perspective. Students will explore selected topics through lecture, experiments, and inquiry based activities. A basic appreciation of biological science is emphasized through real life examples wherever possible. Topics covered may include, but are not restricted to evolution, ecology, genetics, cell structure, and cell processes.

AP Chemistry

Chemistry focuses on the study of natural processes from a physical and observational perspective. Students explore selected topics through investigation, experimentation, and inquiry-based activities. Chemistry is emphasized through real life examples wherever possible. Topics covered may include, but are not restricted to stoichiometry, periodic properties, reactions in aqueous solutions, nomenclature, solutions, and gasses. Prerequisites: Biology, Alg I

AP Physics

Prerequisites: Honors Physics (“B” or higher) and concurrent enrollment in AP Calculus
Note: Completion of AP Calculus is strongly recommended. Students study a mathematically substantial formulation of Newtonian mechanics (first semester) and electricity and magnetism (second semester), including vector and calculus-based treatment of particle kinematics (motion), energy, linear momentum, angular momentum, systems of particles, oscillators, and Newtonian gravity in the first semester. Topics covered in the second semester include electromagnetic fields, superposition, electrostatics, magnetostatics, induction, electric currents and elementary circuits, Maxwell’s equations in integral form and the Lorentz force law. Students are thoroughly prepared to take both the Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism sections of the Advanced Placement Physics C examination.

AP Environmental Science

Environmental science is an interdisciplinary science. The goal of the AP Environmental Science course is to provide students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world, to identify and analyze environmental problems both natural and human-made, to evaluate the relative risks associated with these problems, and to examine alternative solutions for resolving or preventing them. The AP Environmental Science course will include a strong laboratory and field investigation component. The goal of this component is to complement the classroom portion of the course by allowing students to learn about the environment through firsthand observation. Experiences both in the laboratory and in the field, provide students with important opportunities to test concepts and principles that are introduced in the classroom, explore specific problems with a depth not easily achieved otherwise, and gain an awareness of the importance of confounding variables that exist in the “real world”.


Discover the Path to English Fluency with our Dynamic ESL Classes! Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey towards mastering the English language? Our ESL classes offer an immersive and engaging learning experience designed specifically for non-native English speakers like you. Unlock the power of effective communication in English as our expert instructors guide you through a comprehensive curriculum tailored to your needs. Whether you’re aiming to enhance your academic prospects, advance your career, or simply improve your everyday interactions, our ESL classes provide the perfect platform to achieve your goals. Immerse yourself in a vibrant learning environment where you’ll sharpen your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. From grammar essentials to expanding your vocabulary, from refining your pronunciation to developing fluent conversational abilities, we’ve got you covered at every step of your English language journey.

The Writer’s Workshop

The Writer’s Workshop gives student authors the opportunity to hone their craft in a workshop setting. In a workshop environment, students progress at their own pace and receive feedback through individualized teacher conferencing, and by engaging in peer and self-evaluation. Students use group discussion to analyze elements of good writing and then apply these features to their own work. Students will produce one main literary piece and several smaller pieces each quarter. Genres include poetry (narrative and lyrical), short stories, drama, expository, and research-based. Skills include descriptive technique, narrative style, vocabulary, and syntax, as well as adapting writing style to different audiences. Students interested in generating longer works, such as novels, will have the chance to receive feedback during the class.

SAT/ACT Prep Reading

This course will give students a jump start on how to succeed on the reading, writing and language sections of the SAT. Practical methodologies, hacks, tips, and tricks that will allow students to excel in a competitive environment. Statistically students score higher on the SAT in the fall, so this class is the perfect supplement to a summer preparation for the college board exams.

SAT/ACT Prep Math Science

This course is designed to help students excel on the mathematics section of the SAT. Laid out meticulously and orderly students will find all of the tools, tips, tricks, and hacks needed to succeed on the exam. Statistically students score higher in the fall, so this summer preparation course is exactly what students need to excel in a competitive environment.

College Summer Camp

An Intensive Summer English Camp
and College Tour for High-Schoolers

July 22-Aug. 3 2024(Session one)
Aug. 5-Aug. 17 2024(Session two)

The student body at Elite Prep Academy is a global mix of diverse cultures, assembling many students from different countries to focus on a superior education. We deliver outstanding summer courses that unlock students’ potential and set a foundation for future success. Our courses will be hosted at the most acclaimed school locations in the U.S., making this experience the #1 multi-national summer school for high school students.

Residential summer courses take place at our Elite Prep Academy facilities in both Hopatcong and Byram, New Jersey. Our campuses were built according to the needs of our international students – a perfect environment for fostering education and development.

We offer choice and unique opportunity, to participate in a diverse range of activities based on their interests, students are encouraged to discover the amplitude of their talents. While supporting their efforts to create lifelong friendships, we also nurture relationships with the Arts. A steadfast appreciation of music, drama, talent, expression and all things cultural is our goal for every student. Everything we do, every relationship we build is rooted in Elite Prep Academy values.

Course Description
Our English Summer Camp is designed for high school students. Students will spend time absorbing authentic Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs, as well as Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. They will be immersed in the campuses of Ivy League Colleges and Universities. This interactive classroom experience provides students the opportunity to learn and apply their language skills in real world settings. The natural environment becomes their classroom! Locations have been carefully chosen based on comfort, space, ease of access, and proximity.

Musiktage am Rhein

Musiktage am Rhein Music Festival will be held in Engers- Neuwied, hosted by
Landesmusikakademie Rheinland-Pfalz (LMAK) within the Engers Castle- a beautiful historic
Baroque palace. Young artists will develop their love for music while experiencing the rich
history of music on an international level!

During this musical experience, students will have the privilege of studying with European
masters of music. Students will play in a variety of ensembles, such as orchestras or rock bands.
They’ll be conjoined with music mentors who will inspire and assist in practice for performing in
concerts at historic, breathtaking venues.

Musiktage am Rhein 2023 Junior division is open to outstanding young musicians ages 10 to 17.
There are three levels to audition for: Junior 1, Junior 2, and Junior+. Applicants will be placed
in different ensembles according to their audition results. All applicants are encouraged to
participate in private lessons, master classes, and workshops.

The Programs

Crossing Over: Ensemble with Mainzer Virtuosi Orchestra
Join the Musiktage am Rhein Festival orchestra on a musical journey that will forge the bond
between classical and modern music. This ensemble combines our talented students with the
Mainzer Virtuosi, the premier string ensemble at Musiktage am Rhein.

iTour Rock Band
A hand- picked group of musicians bringing the American rock music experience to Germany

Youth Orchestra
Take the stage with like- minded, young musicians in beautiful venues.

Master Classes
Learn the secrets of the masters in these intimate group classes. Discover your instrument and
the music you love in a whole new way!

Group Classes on Musicality and Interpretation
Become the well-rounded, master musician you desire to be! Learn the ins- and- outs of ear
training, musical expression, and the finer details that take you from “pretty good” to “Pro”.

Performances at Scenic Venues
A collection of performances and architectural sights that you will never forget.

German Language Course
Broaden your international horizons and immerse yourself in German culture.

Private Lesson with European Masters Learn alongside passionate performers of music from
around the world.​

Major Shows
Crossing Over: Music Between Generations
Bridge the classical and modern genres of music in a unique and exciting show. Incorporates
composers and artists as diverse as Mozart, The Beatles, Edward Elgar, Adam Levine, Muse, and

American Rock
An unforgettable night of American Rock music performed by iTour, the premier international
student rock band.

Future Stars
The best and brightest young talent featured on an international stage. Students are able
perform either as soloists or with professional accompanists.

Concerto Competition
Six Concerto Competition winners will perform a spectacular Concerto showcase alongside the
Mainzer Virtuosi Orchestra.

One movement of the concerto that the participant wishes to play. Video audition recordings
should be no longer than 15 minutes in length and performed with piano accompaniment.


This is a highly prestigious festival where the only way attend is to be accepted via audition. The
EPA Edition of this special festival combines the best of both worlds; EPA’s touch of nurturing
and inspiration amidst the festivals’ curriculum. For this years collaboration with
Casalmaggiore, we are invited to take a cello ensemble to Italy. Our goal is to teach students
privately, provide coaching for ensembles and rehearse students for the daily concerts. There
will be opportunities to perform in multiple ensembles and in professional concerts during the
3 week stay. This is a great opportunity for students who want to expand their musical abilities
and out of their comfort zone. With daily lessons, ensembles, and concerts to immerse in, your
child will take a huge leap in his/her cello playing.

Master Classes
Musicians will participate in a 3 week program of intense musical study with an outstanding
international faculty. Professional training in the preparation of repertoire for the numerous
performance experiences offers is emphasized.

Student Concerts
There will be public afternoon and evening concerts everyday except for Saturdays and
Sundays. Performers are chosen on the strength of there submitted recording. A unique
opportunity is provided for students who are ready for professional performing experiences
and would like to perform in beautiful halls.

Weekend Trips
Saturday and Sundays are “free days” where the there are field trips to neighboring towns.
There are options of going to Milan, Parma, Piadena, Bologna, and Brecia.



A great opportunity to enjoy an academic summer, either here in the U.S., or traveling Europe to countries like Italy, China, Germany and more.