Modern summer camps are primarily focused on learning English, which I categorize into two types: recreational and academic.
Recreational camps typically offer English lessons in the morning (15 hours per week), with afternoon activities conducted at the school. These activities can range from music, painting, various ball sports, to non-ball sports. They are suitable for younger children (approximately 8-12 years old) who wish to experience boarding school life.
Academic programs may include experiential learning classes such as medicine, engineering, media, computer science, university preparation courses, IELTS enhancement classes, etc. Schools conduct daily classes in small groups, allowing students to experience the content of each subject firsthand. These programs significantly aid students in their future subject selections, mainly catering to middle and high school students interested in a broad academic experience.