SAT Summer Camp Blog #5- New York, New York

Blog time everybody! In fact, it is SAT Summer Camp Blog #5- New York, New York. We left off last week with the celebration of USA’s independence, but the weekend held even more. When you think of the USA, one naturally thinks of New York City- the City that Never Sleeps! We tried to get some sleep, but the days were so packed with events. This post will be less about our words, and much more about the visual as we embark on our adventures together…

 

Students were dragged out of bed to the buses and we made it to the bus- those are some tired morning faces! But once we arrived, we relaxed in Central Park.

 

 The city was calling our names….

 

We took the boat to the Statue of Liberty…check out these handsome men.

After a sound, sound sleep, we visited Columbia University a top school in the USA. Formerly King’s College, Columbia was established back in 1754! Our students posed on campus and in front of the famous “Alma Mater”. After, we visit 30 Rockefeller Center, a historic landmark building and home to the NBC television channel.

 

We were sad to leave, but once we returned to Boston, the events kept on rolling. Out students toured Copenhagen Wheel, a tech company making it easier for commuters to bike up hills more easily. Check our students riding below:

Last but not least, we challenged the Cyber Math Academy Summer Camp to a game of football and camp up victorious! See our victory red carpet video below, with commentary from our own Director Sylvia Rozwadowska-Shah.

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