Summer Program

Registration Closed as of May 31, 2019

The Windward School Summer Program 2019 will run July 1 - July 26 with no classes on July 4 & 5.

Registration closed as of May 31, 2019. If you have any questions, please email Christine Teahan at

Download the 2019 brochure

Enriching & fun half-day and full-day sessions for grades 3-9

In Westchester and Manhattan

  • For Windward and non-Windward students
  • Reading, writing, math, science, arts, drama, sports, computers, and more
  • Courses taught by Windward-trained faculty
  • Morning academic courses and afternoon activities
  • Academic courses structured around the School's research-based, multisensory curriculum
  • Offered in Westchester and Manhattan
  • 10% discount for families with more than one student enrolled


More About the Summer Program:

Our four-week program is designed for all students who want to improve their skills or enrich their knowledge in the areas of reading, writing, math, science and study or organizational skills. All classes are taught by Windward instructors who have been trained in our research-validated multisensory approach. Afternoon classes will give students an opportunity for socializing through sports, art, computers or drama.

Morning Academics Program:
Students may choose to spend either a morning or a full day at The Windward School. The morning session runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and allows students the opportunity to attend two classes for enrichment and academic support.

Afternoon Activities Program:
The program's afternoon session, which runs from 12:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., is the perfect complement to a morning of study. Students may choose to participate in the sports, art, technology, or drama programs. All programs emphasize the learning of group skills in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Questions? Email or call (914) 949-6968, ext. 4172.


Contact Us
phone: (914) 949-6968, ext. 4172
Fax: (914) 696-0904

Christine Teahan
Director of the Summer Program

Tanya Ehrlich
Assistant Director of the Summer Program
Manhattan Campus

Ashley Di Salvo
Assistant Director of the Summer Program
Westchester Campus