K–8 Virtual Summer Programs

Student learning on computer

International Connections Academy (iNaCA) K–8 Virtual Summer Programs keep students engaged as they gain valuable academic skills.

Educational Technology

Studies show that students often lose ground academically during the summer months. Our Educational Technology courses keep students in grades K-8 moving forward and having fun. Combining the core subject instruction students need with the technology they love, Educational Technology helps students strengthen their math and language skills as they improve their computer skills. Each program features a unit on safe, responsible Internet practices and our innovative 21st century learning tools.

  • Educational Technology - Kindergarten
  • Educational Technology - 1st Grade
  • Educational Technology - 2nd Grade
  • Educational Technology - 3rd Grade
  • Educational Technology - 4th Grade
  • Educational Technology - 5th Grade
  • Educational Technology - 6th Grade
  • Educational Technology - 7th Grade
  • Educational Technology - 8th Grade

Summer Smarts Mathematics and Languages Arts

International Connections Academy is also pleased to offer Summer Smarts Mathematics, including Algebra Prep, and Language Arts Programs for students in grades 2–8.  These programs allow your student the chance to review foundational skills in order to be prepared for the next grade level, accelerate, or catch up with his or her peers.

  • Algebra Prep
  • Language Arts (Grades 3-5)
  • Language Arts (Grades 6-8)
  • Mathematics (Grades 3-5)
  • Mathematics (Grades 6-8)
  • Mathematics and Language Arts (Grade 2)

Fun, Flexible, and Far-Reaching

Available online and at your family’s convenience, iNaCA’s Summer Programs make summer learning fun and flexible. LiveLesson® technology brings a certified teacher to your door whether you’re at the beach or at home and the Connexus® education management system makes camp resources accessible 24/7. However, students should expect at least one hour of work per day, five days a week, or a total of at least five hours per week throughout their session in order to complete activities or coursework on schedule.