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Summer English Academy


Summer English Academy (SEA) is an international English camp led and hosted by Huntington University. It is a three-week English immersion experience specializing in experiential and cultural learning.


Students ages 10 and up!


July 17-August 4 (Arrival: July 16 at Chicago O’Hare between 12-5 p.m.; Departure: August 5 from Chicago O’Hare between 12-5 p.m.)


SEA is held at Huntington University, a highly-ranked private university in Huntington, Indiana. Huntington University is located in the heart of the Midwest region of the United States. Students will enjoy the safe and park-like environment on this beautiful campus. Students also will experience all America has to offer through the Best of the Midwest Tour. The American Midwest has a ton of amazing places to see, people to meet, and fun activities. 


  • Early Registration Cost: $3,800 (If You Register Before January 31, 2017)
  • Regular Registration Cost: $4,000 (If You Register Between February 1 and March 31, 2017)
  • Late Registration Cost: $4,500 (If You Register Between April 1 and May 1, 2017) 

*Funds can be refunded up until 3/30 with a $200 cancelation fee. Any cancelation after 3/30 will result in loss of funds. 

SEA Curriculum

Students ages 10 -15 will participate in the following:

  • English Classes – daily classes that focus on reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills
  • Language Learning Activities – daily activities and games for students to practice English in fun ways

Students ages 16 & older will participate in the following:

  • Project-based English Classes – daily classes that allow students to learn and apply new language to real-life settings and tasks
  • College Preparation Classes – daily classes to prepare students for tests like ACT, SAT, and TOEFL as well as the academic rigor of university abroad

Students’ Choice Activities – daily activities that all students can choose to participate in according to their interests.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact Shoshannah Hernandez at or (260) 359-4296.