Move ahead academically, meet students from around the world, and get ready to excel next school year.
In NMH’s Summer Session, you’ll join students from across the country and around the globe for a learning experience that will reward your curiosity, deepen your compassion, and strengthen your abilities — in the classroom, in your community, and in yourself. You'll take engaging classes and participate in hands-on learning and enrichment activities on our beautiful campus, with top-notch facilities and indoor and outdoor spaces that inspire creativity and connection.
Three- or five-week programs, starting July 1, 2023
We offer three- and five-week sessions, with online options for math credit, journalism, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), beginning on July 1, 2023.
For students entering grades 10–12
Choose one subject and dig in deeply, with inspiring teachers and motivated peers in small classes. Most courses cover a full academic year of content, creating opportunities for you to earn credit, prepare to move to the next level, or fill academic gaps. You’ll also participate in a sport and a minor course of your choice.
For students entering grades 7–9
Hone your academic skills and confidence in exciting courses that most middle schools don’t offer, in small groups where you’ll get individual attention from experienced and supportive teachers. In addition, you’ll participate in a sport and a minor course of your choice.
For students entering grades 7–12
Our English for Speakers of Other Languages program is for international students who want to improve their English skills in order to enroll at an American high school or university. The program includes small classes in which you'll read novels, write essays, give oral presentations in English, and do research on American culture.
Additional programs include College Counseling 101, Make!, LEAD Outdoor Leadership, and SAT/SSAT test prep.
Take advantage of all that Northfield Mount Hermon has to offer:
Dedicated teachers who are experts in their fields and will provide support and extra-help sessions to help you meet your goals
Small classes that allow for individualized attention and strong relationships with peers and teachers. Each major course has a lead teacher and a teaching intern, with an average student-to-teacher ratio of 4 to 1.
Classes held Monday through Saturday (for full-credit courses) or Monday through Friday (for all other courses), with an extensive student activities program on Wednesday afternoons and weekends
College counseling and secondary-school application sessions
A beautiful campus and amazing facilities, including our new math and science building, the Gilder Center; the Rhodes Arts Center; the Blake Student Center; and our newly renovated Calagione Fitness Center and gym
Small, well-equipped dorms with experienced faculty and 24-hour security
Individual advisors to support you and your overall well-being
A 24-hour health center and counseling staff
Transportation from Bradley International Airport for arrival and departure
Fresh, delicious food at Alumni Hall
Midterm and final reports on students’ progress sent to families
Virtual Learning Program
Can’t come to campus? We have you covered! We offer math credit, ESOL, journalism, and SAT/SSAT test prep classes online, along with opportunities to join advisory and workshops focused on social and emotional growth. Learn more.
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Call 413-498-3290 or email us.