Every student booked on our junior program will attend 1 creative workshop per week, on Tuesday and Thursdays between 2 and 5pm. There are 3 options available – dance, acting and photography – and each student must choose their preferred topic at the time of booking, as places are limited. We regret that it is not possible to mix and match topics.
All our workshops are taught by Brooklyn-based artists and cultural organizations.
The program includes:
9:30am-12:45pm general English program
2pm-5:30pm afternoon workshop/ excursions
Our activity program is designed to include the best of New York City and alternate between fun and educational outings. There are 4 half-day excursions and 1 full-day excursion per week (except the last week when Saturday is departure day).
Mondays: walking tours of iconic locations such as Brooklyn Heights/Brooklyn Bridge, High Line, Central Park...
Tuesdays: discovery of some of New York's famous landmarks such as Top of the Rock, Empire State Building, Freedom Tower...
Thursdays: educational visits to the Museum of Natural History, the MET, The MoMA...
Fridays: fun social outings to do some shopping, play sports in the park or go bowling, followed by an evening dinner in a typical restaurant.
Saturdays: full-day excursions (except on departure day) to attractions such as the Statue of Liberty, Coney Island, the Bronx Zoo...
- homestay accommodation in in twin rooms, full board
- subway pass
English + Dance - Summer school Brooklyn Heights College Programs 20 lessons per week (15:00 hours)
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No more availability
What will the workshop involve?
This workshop is ideal for anyone who loves music and dance, and would like to improve their fitness and body awareness in the process. Each session will include 20 to 30 minutes of warm up, a 2-hour dance class, and a 20 to 30 minutes cooling down period. These workshops are open to both boys and girls, and to participants of all fitness and dance levels.
Zumba, Salsa, Jazz & Hip Hop, Contemporary, Afro-Haitian or Brazilian-Samba fusion
The classes are taught at the Brooklyn-based Mark Morris Dance Group, one of the world's leading dance companies, performing across the U.S. and at major international festivals.
What to bring?
Student should bring comfortable workout clothes and sneakers with non-marking soles (street shoes not allowed). We also recommend taking a small towel. The dance teachers The classes are taught at the school of the Brooklyn-based Mark Morris Dance Group, one of the world‟s leading dance companies, performing across the U.S. and at major international festivals.The instructors are experts in a variety of dances with extensive dance training and performance experience in their specialty.
The next season rates would be effective from the 1st of October