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This Hoboken Learning Center Just Rolled Out a 10-Week Summer Camp Program

by Hoboken Girl Team
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This article is sponsored by COMPASS Learning Advantage.

All children deserve to learn + grow in a creative space that fits their individual needs. Finding that type of environment, however, is not always easy. COMPASS Learning Advantage, soon to be located at 101 Park Avenue in Hoboken, is an alternative small-group educational program dedicated to helping children learn in a whole new way. At COMPASS, neurodiversity and developmental differences are accepted and understood + all children are welcome to participate in academic, aquatic, and adventure programs. Keep reading to learn more about COMPASS Learning Advantage in Hoboken + its upcoming 10-week summer program.

COMPASS instructor and two tables of students in a classroom

COMPASS Summer Camp

COMPASS runs a 10-week summer camp to help kids have fun, stay active, + connect with friends. Each week covers a different theme like Pirate Week, Olympic Games, Little Artists, and STEM Explorers.

COMPASS Learning Advantage recently moved into a new space in Hoboken. All of the indoor summer camp activities will take place in the new, larger space. This space is also available for birthday parties + community events.

Kids can enjoy an organic lunch during camp for an additional fee. The camp runs from June 24th to August 30th for kids ages 4 to 11.

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“It brings me great joy to have had a positive impact on so many kids in the local community and I am excited to continue on this journey to grow more programming to reach more people in a creative and effective way,” Jordanna said.

COMPASS instructor standing with a group of students with their hands raised

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Academic, Aquatic, + Adventure Programs

COMPASS provides an alternative educational environment for students struggling with their school setting. The COMPASS team believes cognitive development goes hand-in-hand with physical development + has academic, aquatic, and adventure programs for students ages 4 to 11.

Academic programs are designed for students who need a small group setting with limited stimulation + hyper-focused learning experiences. Brain power classes are held on weekends. These classes use a creative curriculum to increase attention + teach self-regulating strategies that help students manage impulses and learn to problem-solve.

COMPASS aquatics instructor in a pool with students

Aquatic programs include Parent and Me swim classes and private + group swim lessons for new swimmers of all ages. The play-based swim program has a 5-star rating and is one of the best in the area.

Adventure programs are seasonal spring, summer, + school closed day camps that encourage socialization and help students live their best lives.

“We ensure all the time we spend with the children is utilized and they are learning the entire time whether that be swimming or socially at Camps. Learning and fun come hand in hand at COMPASS,” Jordanna said.

Group of COMPASS students working on a craft project at a table

Child rock climbing with COMPASS Learning Advantage

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All About COMPASS Learning Advantage

COMPASS Learning Advantage is an educational + recreational company that helps neurotypical and special needs children live happy and healthy lives. Jordanna Spaulding started the company in 2019 to bring a new way of learning to the community.

COMPASS founder, Jordanna Spaulding, standing in front of a board with colorful handprints

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“COMPASS started with an idea and a bubble machine and our therapy dog, Boomhauer, in a local park. Since we launched during the Pandemic, I have worked with hundreds of children and have had so many parents excited to see how fast their child’s experiences transformed their lives,” Jordanna Spaulding, a special education and behavior therapist who founded COMPASS told The Hoboken Girl.

Jordanna left the traditional classroom because she believes innovative + creative teaching strategies have a greater impact on students. COMPASS takes a rigorous approach to learning in all areas and uses a curriculum that focuses on each learner’s needs + helping them grow.

Group of kids with COMPASS leader outside with water balloons

“An estimated 15% of children in the United States have at least one developmental delay,” Jordanna said. “COMPASS increases pathways for the people of the community who learn differently and ultimately enhance quality of life and overall happiness.”

COMPASS swimming instructor and four students in a pool

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COMPASS Learning Advantage is located at 101 Park Avenue in Hoboken. You can call 551-252-0428 or email [email protected] with questions.

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