Introducing: Singapore Summer Program

AGES 6 - 14. MONDAY TO FRIDAY, 9 A.M. - 3 P.M., JUNE 18 - JULY 6, 2018

Eagle Hill is excited to offer a three-week Summer Academic Program in collaboration with the Singapore American School. Students will work with an Eagle Hill trained teacher to receive an individualized, skill-based program where explicit instruction will be provided in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, study skills, executive functioning, and attention issues. This program is designed for students ages six to fourteen who are in need of additional support in these academic areas. Class sizes will be small, and courses will focus on the individual areas of academic need for each student.

This program will be located at the Singapore American School campus: 40 Woodlands Street 41 Singapore 738547

Contact International Programs Director Tom Cone for further information.



Academic classes are focused on the development of specific skills and strategies using an explicit, research-based instructional model.


Students are placed in small groups and instruction is individualized and tailored specifically to each student's learning profile. The small class size provides an intimate learning environment.


Students are presented lessons that use a variety of techniques to ensure that instruction is motivating, fun, and encourages active learning. Multi-sensory and experiential activities and cooperative group learning/projects are examples of strategies that are used.


Each child is offered a learning experience that is positive and successful. This learning environment is highly structured, supportive, and encourages confidence in both their academic skills and self-esteem.


Our supportive and nurturing environment is the key to providing a social experience in which each child feels accepted and valued.


    Tuition for this program is $4,500 (US dollars). If you are accepted into the program, you will be provided instructions on how to pay in US funds via international wire.


    A pre-program assessment of skills allows the admissions team to place each student in classes that will best ensure optimal learning. Additionally, admissions team members will have a discussion with parents and ask to see supporting documents and school work.

    This program will include four classes per day for three weeks.

    • Reading and Reading Comprehension
    • Writing
    • Math
    • Study Skills

    Classes include a combination of direct instruction, cooperative group work, and individualized one-on-one instruction. Teachers will provide parents with a detailed report of their child's progress in each subject area, and a parent conference will be offered at the conclusion of the program.


    Sharon Mechaley, Program Director

    Ms. Mechaley graduated with a Bachelors of Science from Boston College and her M.P.S. in Special Education from Manhattanville College. During her 34 years at Eagle Hill School, Ms. Mechaley has taught all subjects, but her specialities are language arts, reading, and mathematics.

    Outside the classroom, she loves traveling and spending time at her house in Maine.

    Kristina Remy

    Ms. Remy has been a special education teacher for 11 years. She holds her Bachelors in Childhood Education and Psychology, as well as an M.P.S in Special Education from Manhattanville College. She has also recently earned an M.S. Ed in School Administration from Manhattan College. She is in her third year of teaching at Eagle Hill School. She has taught study skills, reading (with a specific focus on comprehension strategies and decoding), and math.

    In her spare time, Ms. Remy enjoys going to the beach and getting in a few rounds of golf or tennis!

    Tracy Cone

    Ms. Cone graduated with a Bachelors of Science and Masters degrees in Special Education from Florida State University. She has been teaching English at Eagle Hill School for the past 13 years and specializes in reading and writing instruction.

    When she's not teaching, Ms. Cone loves traveling and eating her way across the globe!

    Kelly Scopelliti

    Ms. Scopelliti has a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Sociology and Childhood Education and a M.P.S. in Childhood Education and Special Education from Manhattanville College. She is certified in childhood education (grades 1-6) and special education (grades 1-6) in the state of New York and special education (grades k-12) in the state of Connecticut. Ms. Scopelliti is completing her fourth year at Eagle Hill and specializes in teaching reading, math, and social studies.

    In addition to teaching, Ms. Scopelliti has a passion for travel and find every opportunity to do so. In her free time, she also enjoys crafting, cycling, and hiking with her dog Jax.