Boston Session

Two Week Program

July 13 - July 27, 2019
Emerson College

Residential - $2,900
Commuter - $1,600

Three Week Intensive

July 13 - August 3, 2019
Emerson College

Intensive Residential  - $4,350
Intensive Commuter - $2,400

Apply, Pay in Full by October 1st
and receive 20% off! 
CODe: coast2coast

 

Events Offered at the Boston Session

This is the Flagship Location for Public Forum Debate

Public Forum Debate Only

 

Our Education Model

  Jeffrey Miller  is the Director of Speech & Debate for Marist School in Atlanta, Georgia.  His teams have reached late outrounds in every geographic part of the country ranging from Arizona State to Emory to Apple Valley. Jeffrey has coached five state champion teams and two state runner up teams since 2011. He has qualified more than 100 students to NCFL Nationals, NSDA Nationals and the Tournament of Champions in the past eight years. 

Jeffrey Miller is the Director of Speech & Debate for Marist School in Atlanta, Georgia.  His teams have reached late outrounds in every geographic part of the country ranging from Arizona State to Emory to Apple Valley. Jeffrey has coached five state champion teams and two state runner up teams since 2011. He has qualified more than 100 students to NCFL Nationals, NSDA Nationals and the Tournament of Champions in the past eight years. 

Our curriculum is tried and tested to be proven the top in the country.  More public forum debaters have chosen the National Debate Forum for their Public Forum education than any other camp in the country. 

Led by Jeffrey Miller (pictured right), our curriculum is innovative and challenges students to #ReachForTheSummit.  

At our Boston session, you will find that our labs are built around skill and experience level.  This guarantees the best learning experience for you at camp.  The tiered curriculum model caters to the needs of every debater.  Each level has its own curriculum coordinator that is a trained High School educator and debate coach.

 

Our Campus

Classroom Facilities

Summit Debate gets access to the best facilities that Emerson College has to offer! To accommodate our low student to staff ratio, we have a number of classrooms to compliment our larger lecture spaces. Students will walk to buildings that are close to the Residence Hall. Buildings such as Walker, Tufte, U-Bank, Ansin, and Paramount will be used.

Dining Services

Students who are residents will be provided three meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) at the brand new, state of the art Emerson Dining Hall. The dining facility is sensitive to common dietary needs. During every meal there will be vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options. Additionally, students with less common dietary restrictions can specify their needs, which will be communicated with the cooking staff. The Dining Hall is adjacent to the Piano Row Residence Hall. Commuter students are responsible for their own meals, but may purchase them at the same dining facility residents eat. There is a food court and many local eateries within one block of campus that students may checkout to visit.

Residential Life

Students reside in the Piano Row Residence Hall at Emerson College. Students share a double-bed room with another attendee and are placed into suites that hold 4 to 8 students. The air-conditioned rooms have a common area, private bathroom, and private shower. Emerson College provides students with a linen package, which includes a pillow, pillowcase, sheets, towel, washcloth, and blanket. There is a linen exchange that occurs mid-camp where students can get fresh linens. Students are issued an Emerson College badge that grants them access to the facilities we use. There are two security guards stationed in the Piano Row dorm at all times with assistance from Emerson College summer conference staff. Summit Debate provides its own residential life staff dedicated to the supervision and health and wellness of students. Summit Debate provides additional residential life supervision in the evening.