Alphabet International Camps
|Year of foundation||2009|
|Accomodation type||Modern with private bathroom, 2-4 students per room|
|Number of students||30 to 45|
|Teacher student ratio||1 : 5|
|Duration||1 to 4 weeks|
|Months Running||June, July|
|Tuition fee (min)||€970|
|Tuition fee (max)||€1,500|
Alphabet International Camps offers innovative international summer programs in the heart of Italy blending education, culture and adventure for an unforgettable experience.
Our camps enable students to achieve personal growth through an immersive learning experience which encourages independence, open-mindedness, teamwork and intercultural competence.
We are proud members of the American Camp Association, whose best practices and vision are embodied in all our programs.
Alphabet City (12 – 17 years old) takes students on a week-long exploration of Rome’s rich cultural history and heritage. Expert lecturers and instructors conduct interesting and engaging classes, workshops and walking tours of Rome’s impressive landmarks, UNESCO sites and museums. Students befriend fellow teens from all over the world and enjoy an exciting social program which includes cooking classes, sport, and evening events.
Sea Quest (12 – 17 years old) introduces students to the magic of sailing and core nautical skills while voyaging and visiting some the Mediterranean’s most idyllic and famous islands. Students live aboard 50-foot yachts working as a close-knit crew to develop communication and leadership capabilities under the careful guidance of RYA certified instructors.
Outdoor Exploration (12 – 17 years old) is an extraordinary adventure camp situated in the breathtaking mountains of Umbria where students follow a program full of thrilling sports including canyoning, caving, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, trekking and overnight camping. Students test their personal boundaries through intentionally designed challenges aimed at building confidence while also making new friends from around the world.
Junior Discovery (6 – 12 years old) is a multi-activity camp full of adventures, sports, and games from the Anglo-American world. Tucked away in the rolling hills of Umbria, the camp takes place in a country villa immersed in nature and equipped with a private pool and plenty of open space for creative crafts, archery, campfire and much more!
ActivitiesActivities are tailored to meet the specific objectives of each program: culture, exploration, adventure and fun. Alphabet City students participate in museum tours, local cooking classes, and an evening social program. Sea Quest participants go snorkeling, taste Neapolitan pizza, and embark on an exploration of local islands. Outdoor Exploration campers experience rock climbing, orienteering and hiking through the mountains as they test their personal boundaries. Junior Discovery campers learn how to play baseball, take part in a baking competition and compete in an obstacle course.
Academic CoursesItalian or English language, Roman history, Roman architecture, modern Italian culture, Italian fashion, Italian cuisine, Renaissance art, Environmental awareness, Etruscan history, archaeology
Language CoursesItalian or English
My daughter came back very enthusiastic. This experience has allowed her to grow in independence, self-confidence and English. She also had a lot of fun. See you next year!
Giulia went to camp for the first time this summer. She came back enriched by her wonderful experience: she cried with nostalgia because she missed her friends and camp counselors so much. She studied English with constancy, had fun, was able to understand what it means to be part of a team, and develop new friendships. All in a spectacular environment, at a beautiful structure, surrounded by untouched nature. Lots of English, great food, lots of sports, nature and fun. Thanks Philip, thanks guys, see you next year!
My son is a veteran…this is his fourth year… minimum two weeks and he is never tired of it!!! Thanks summer camp! And thanks to the whole staff… a special thanks to Sean and Stiles!!!
I wanted to let you know that the week at camp for Silvia and Ettore was a highly formative experience. In their own ways, both have come back with great memories. A thank you to the Fun Leaders that were pleasant and engaging. Silvia said that she wants to live in America because “everything is nicer there” and Ettore said that “next year it’s obvious I’m going back to camp”.
Thanks for everything! Thanks again to the counselors and the whole staff. Giulio said that he had so much fun, ate wonderfully and learned so many new things. The teachers were super nice and always ready to help and the location was fantastic! Thanks!