I wanted to let you know that our tutor has been a blessing for our son. He showed him how important it is to get organized and put time into studying for tests.
The tutor taught our son so many important things and made a connection with our son that has made such a difference in his academic life. Our son’s English grade started out as a 51%. After working with the tutor for only three weeks, his English grade was an 82%.
Thank you so very much for finding such a wonderful teacher for my son. I really appreciate all The Learning Lamp has done for us.
Summer is an exciting time at The Learning Lamp. In fact, we like it so much, we start planning nearly a year ahead of time. The result is exciting, engaging summer camp topics for children of all ages. We now offer four distinct programs based on age, including the popular LEARN Program at Pitt Johnstown.
- Our preschool summer camps, for ages 3, 4, and 5, are part-day sessions designed and taught by teachers certified in early childhood education. You’ll find age-appropriate topics likeSummer of Seuss, Ahoy Matey, Music to Your Ears and Circus, Circus.
- For students entering grades 1 to 5, our summer camps are all about hands-on learning and lots of fun! Upcoming 2014 camps include Down on the Farm, Kids Got Talent, Globe Trekkers, Junior Vets and Messy Masterpieces. School-age camps fill quickly.
- Like to act? Sing? Dance? The 2014 Summer Performing Arts Academy is enrolling now. This year's show is Little Shop of Horrors! It’s open to students entering grades 6 to 12 from any school who have an interest in theater
- NEW to The Learning Lamp in 2014 is the LEARN Program. Formerly operated by Pitt-Johnstown, The Learning Lamp now works in partnership with the university to offer the popular summer program. Same 5-day, full-day schedule, same location on the Pitt Johnstown campus, new lineup of topics taught by PA certified teachers in Art, Biology, English, and Computer Science. Attendees will spend each day engaged in a variety of classes that challenge their creativity, put their scientific prowess to the test, improve their use of technology and exercise their bodies and imaginations.