College Gate College Academy


We have configured our centrally located bus routes/stops to accommodate as many families as possible, with stops in Bridgewater, Canton, Foxborough, Mansfield, Norton, Raynham & Sharon.

Space will be limited, and for this reason, you are strongly encouraged to determine the need for this option at the time of your enrollment.

Route 1 (Foxboro, Mansfield, Norton)


Foxboro Plaza
Ocean State Job Lot Plaza (Rte. 140) 30 Commercial Street
Pick Up: 7:40 a.m.
Drop-Off: 4:00 p.m.


Memorial Park Ballfield (Hope Street Entrance)
Pick Up: 7:55 a.m.
Drop-Off: 3:45 p.m.


Norton Public Library
Pick Up: 8:10 a.m.
Drop-Off: 3:25 p.m.

Route 2 (Sharon)

Sharon Shaw’s Plaza
780 South Main Street (Sharon Marketplace)
Pick Up: 8:00 a.m.
Drop-Off: 3:30 p.m.

Route 3 Canton (Sharon option)

Kennedy Elementary School
100 Dedham Street, Canton
Pick Up: 8:00 a.m.
Drop-Off: 3:45 p.m.

Cobb Corner Commons (Sharon option)

100 Washington Street (Babel’s Paint)
Pick Up: 8:15 a.m.
Drop-Off: 3:25 p.m.

Route 4 (Bridgewater, Raynham)

Bridgewater Middle School
166 Mount Prospect Street, Bridgewater
Pick Up: 8:00 a.m.
Drop Off: 3:30 p.m.

Raynham Park/Ride
970 Broadway (route 138), Raynham
Pick Up: 8:15 a.m.
Drop Off: 3:15 pm.


We have limited spots for each program and each session. For this reason, please make sure you submit the application at your earliest convenience.

Students must be 6 years of age to attend the program.

The Day program cost is $975 for the entire three-week experience. The Extended Day program (which includes the Day program) cost is $1,200 for the entire three-week experience.

DROP OFF begins at 8:30am and PICK UP is at 2:45pm*

*(if you are enrolling in the EXTENDED DAY OPTION during Session 1, the pick-up time is 4:45pm)

The online application requests that you provide 2 people who are listed as emergency contacts in the event you are unable. They will be listed as authorized people who can pick up your child. If you would like to add additional people who are authorized to drop off or pick up your child, you will contact our program team to add additional people.

Unfortunately, walking to/from the program or bus stop location is not permitted due to safety concerns.

As part of the online application, you will select 6 courses and rank them in order of your child’s preference. Using your choices, we will develop a schedule for the 3 weeks and your child will be scheduled in 4 courses.

Yes, please make sure you select entirely different courses. This will ensure that you have a new and different experience.

Children are grouped by their CURRENT grade level into their courses.

Crew Kids

Students will receive 4 courses and attend the courses in the following scheduled format:

Days 1-7:

Course 1: during the morning block

Course 2: during the afternoon block

Days 8-15:

Course 3: during the morning block

Course 4: during the afternoon block

*Students who are enrolled for the extended day program (during Session 1) will take 2 additional courses workshops from 2.45-4.45pm

We will ONLY contact you if there is an issue during the scheduling process. We guarantee that your child will receive 4 out of the 6 choices you made in the online application.

Student schedule packets will be mailed to your home address during the first week in April. The schedule packet will contain everything needed for the summer.

Please note that we are unable to guarantee placement with friends as there are so many variables that impact the scheduling process.

The program is structured as a progressive experience with each day and week building upon the work completed during the prior days/weeks. For this reason, delayed or limited enrollment would result in an incomplete experience.

We request that parents provide all snacks, drinks and lunches for their child.

Due to privacy issues, we are unable to provide the contact information for our participants.

There will be a variety of activities such as arts & crafts, scavenger hunts, Kahoot, stories, movies, music and more. Weather permitting, the kids will also have an opportunity to be outside for an assortment of games using parachutes, balls, hoops, sponges, buckets, water, balloons & more.

The lunch break will include a variety of activities structured to foster social engagement. Whether it be in small groups, teams or individually, students will have the opportunity to participate in a series of indoor and outdoor events created by the staff.