Housing

The Summer Course housing cost for 2014 is $3000. Housing is offered on a first-come, first-served basis, as demand exceeds capacity. The residence fee includes a bus pass.

PNBS provides supervised housing for Summer Course students ages 12–18 in Levels IV through VIII. The Residence is a secure building located on the picturesque campus of Seattle Pacific University in a safe residential neighborhood approximately 1.5 miles from PNBS. Cable TV service, internet access, and in-room telephones are provided. Other features include a main lounge, separate lounges and kitchenettes on each floor, and study rooms. All students are assigned to double or triple rooms with boys and girls on separate floors. Daily transportation to and from the Residence is provided. Emphasis is placed on highly nutritious meals, served in SPU's Gwinn Commons cafeteria.

The Residence is staffed by experienced adult counselors who live on-site to ensure a safe, congenial atmosphere for all residents. An extensive program of chaperoned activities is offered to Residence students to enhance their stay in the Pacific Northwest, including scenic ferry rides on Puget Sound, trips to the Experience Music Project museum, a Seattle Mariners baseball game, Wild Waves & Enchanted Village amusement parks, Puget Sound and lakeside beaches and the nationally acclaimed Woodland Park Zoo. The Residence's location in a thriving, world-class city is a tremendous asset for Summer Course students. Seattle is a major trade center, popular tourist destination, and gateway to Canada and the Pacific Rim. The city is surrounded by water and mountains, making seagulls, bridges, ferryboats, and snow-capped peaks part of everyday life.










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