Summer Programs

Adelphi University Summer Pre-College Program

The Adelphi University Summer Pre-College Program for high school students - July 17-July 30, 2016- Earn 3 college credits. Programs include Nursing, Business, Creative Writing, Gaming, Musical Theatre, Physics. For more information call 1-800-ADELPHI of visit: www.precollege.adelphi.edu


July 17-July 30, 2016
(845) 471-3348 x8116
atempestilli@adelphi.edu
Auburn University Summer Experience

College Summer Courses: Environmental Geology, Introduction to Creative Writing, Introduction to Cyber Security Engineering, The art of Architecture, Place and Culture. 16 Different Academic Camps to choose from Web addresses: www.auburn.edu/summercollege and www.auburn.edu/summercamps


American Legion Boys State Program

American Legion Boys State Program 2016 will be held at McDaniel College in Westminster, MD. The program's aim is to expose current high school juniors to the United States Constitutional form of government. Scholarships available. Application available from Mrs. Marton


  McDaniel College in Westminster, MD
June 19-25, 2016

Barnard Summer in New York City:  Programs for rising high school junior and senior girls.  Scholarships available.

 For information on dates and fees visit website:

www.barnard.edu/summer

Boston University Summer Term High School Programs

High School Honors School Program- Enroll in two BU undergraduate courses, earning up to 8 college credits.

Research Internship in Science & Engineering: Engage in a research project in a BU lab under the guidance of a faculty mentor

Summer Preview: Immerse yourself in college life while exploring a subject of your choice.

Academic Immersion:  Focus intensively on medicine while living on a college  campus

Pre-College Online Courses:  Experience rigorous academics from anywhere in the world.

Website:  bu.edu/summer/highschool

Phone:  617-353-1378

Facebook.com/busummerhs

 


  Boston University
(617) 353-1378
www.bu.edu/summer/highschool
Broadreach Summer Adventures

Broadreach Summer Adventures offers students the opportunity to learn new skills and explore the world in an active, hands-on environment that fully immerses the participant in the experience. Programs focus on leadership, teamwork, and community service while promoting cultural awareness, environmental stewardship and personal growth. Trips include international travel, scuba, sailing, marine biology and wilderness based course designs.


(919) 256-8200
www.gobroadreach.com
Bucknell University: Shaping Your World: Social Media in the 21st Century

A summer program for rising high school seniors. Bucknell provides transportation to and from some regions. Fee is $500, but financial aid is available


  Bucknell University
Sunday July 2 through Wednesday, July 9
Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs

Advanced Placement/Early Admission, Fine Arts: Architecture / Art & Design/Drama/Music National High School Game Academy 

 

admission.enrollment.cmu/edu/pages/pre-college

412-268-2082


June 25-August 6, 2016
(412) 268-2082
http://admisssion.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college
Catholic University Summer on Stage at CUA

Open to high school juniors and seniors and rising first year college students.  Choose Drama or Musical Theatre or Both.

Strengthen your acting skills, Increase your voice, dance, and musicianship abilities, prepare for auditions, work and live on a college campus, Explore Washington, DC.  Attend a Kennedy Center production. 

Information and applications materials available at: www.drama.cua.edu/summer    Questions: Contact CUAdrama at 202-319-5358


Drama: July 5-15 Musical Theatre: July 18-29
(202) 319-5358
www.drama.cua.edu/HSDI
Catholic University - Experiences in Architecture

Pre-College Summer Workshop July 7-25. 2014. For information contact David Dewane


Christendom College- Experience Christendom Summer Program for rising high school seniors is a unique educational, cultural, spiritual, and incredibly fun experience.  Six one week programs are offered.  Viewbooks available from Mrs. Marton.  Scholarships available.

 

Christendom.edu/experience

 

Summer Institutes at Drexel University - Programs in Arts & Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems, Business, computing & Informatics, Engineering, Hospitality and Sport Management, Law, Media Arts & Design, Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions.

Admission is competitive and requirements vary by program. 

Learn more at Drexel.edu/undergrad/summer

Duke University Summer Camps for grades 5-11. Registration  for 2016 is now open.  Residential and commuter extended day options.    "Expand your circle of Friends, enhance your talents and skills, enrich your mind, discover new interests"

Open enrollment with no application requirement. Just head to: 

Visit: www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth  email: youth@duke.edu

Emory University Pre College Program

Offering both credit and non-credit courses. Financial Aid available. Brochure in Mrs. Marton’s office.


Furman Summer Scholars 2015

Challenge your mind, make new friends, and have fun while taking part in lectures, discussions, debates, laboratory research, field trips, group and individual projects, and more. Application deadline: May 1, 2015 One week session: $1200 Two week session $2200 For course information and to register visit furman.edu/admission


Two sessions – July 5-11 and July 12-18
www.furman.edu/admission
George Washington University Pre-College Program 2016

On campus and online opportunities. Areas of student: The Arts, Business & Economics, Engineering, English,Writing, & Communications, Government, Law & International Relations, History, Culture & the Humanities. Mathematics & Science, Medicine U Health Sciences.

 

For Information visit http://precollege.gwu.edu


Hollins University Summer Programs 2016

Programs offered include: Taking Joy in the Art of Creative Writing ( Rising 9th-12th grade girls) ,  Riders Who Are Going Places (Rising 9th-12th grade girls-advanced riders only), Hollins Theatre: Caught in the Act (Rising 9th-12th grade girls)

 

Visit website at:  www.hollins.edu/hollinssummer for more information and to register


Howard Community College-Kids on Campus Summer Program 2015

Various programs for students ages 7 - 17.  For info pick up a booklet from Mrs. Marton or contact Sara Baum, Coordinator at:   sbaum@howardcc.edu or  443-518-4976


(443) 518-4976
sbaum@howardcc.edu

iD Tech Camps, Academies and online:  Summer tech camps held at over 100 prestigious campuses including: University of Virginia, Georgetown, American, University of Maryland, College of William & Mary, Towson, Virginia Commonwealth, University of Delaware, Stanford and more!

Brochures available from Mrs. Marton

Contact Program Advisors  1-888-709-TECH (8324)

idTech.com

Info@idTech.com

Ithaca College Summer College Residential Pre-College Programs for High School Students:

One Week Summer College Session: June 26-July 1, 2016

Three Week Summer College Session:  July 4-22, 2016

Ithaca Writers Institute: July 4-15, 2016

www.ithaca.edu/summercollege  www.Ithaca.edu/iwi

University of Maryland Portz Scholars Summer Program

University of Maryland Portz Scholars Summer Program  is a four day residential experience for juniors hosted by the Honors College. Program will accept through nomination application process a total of 60 rising senior high school students with exceptional academic records.  Program is offered as a scholarship opportunity for students.  Information on the program may be found at www.honors.umd.edu/portz.php Students who would like to be nominated should see Mrs. Marton.  All applications materials should be received by Monday, April 14


University of Maryland – A. James Clark School of Engineering

Exploring Engineering at the University of Maryland Program for young women currently in their sophomore or junior year of high school.  Explore the many types of engineering that might interest you. Spend the week living in a residence hall with your peers and get to know them through many social programs planned by camp counselors, including movie nights and ice cream parties. 


  University of Maryland
(301) 405-3283
bmcelroy@umd.edu
www.wie.umd.edu
University of Maryland Discovering Engineering

Experience the life of a college freshman, meet faculty and professors, participate in laboratory demonstrations and a team design project. Cost$1,000 Program fee9covers everything but transportation to and from UMD) Scholarships are available.


  University of Maryland
(301) 405-5342
summerengr@umd.edu
www.ursp.edu/summer
University of Maryland TerpYoung Scholars Program

High school Juniors and sophomores can get ready for a college experience. Pursue academic interests, explore career opportunities, earn 3 college credits in 3 weeks, discover college life at Maryland. Young Scholars offers courses that are at the cutting-edge of theory, thought, and technology. 

 

Visit:  ysp.umd.edu to learn more


  University of Maryland
July 10-29, 2016
www.ysp.umd.edu/pc
Maryland Institute College of Art Summer Pre-College 2015

Courses include Drawing & Painting, Gaming & Animation, Photography, Architecture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Video, Fiber & Fashion, Sculpture, Ceramics, Product Design, Art History, Printmaking.  For more information visit www.mica.edu/precollege. Pick one of two art experiences:  Baltimore  June 27- July 25 or Tuscany June 27 - July 18


  Baltimore or Tuscany
www.mica.edu/precollege
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio Summer Scholars Program

Session I: July3-July 15, 2016- Session2: July 17-July 29, 2016. Program is for rising juniors and seniors and provides students with the experiential learning opportunities that prepare them for college and future success. Complete your application by May 1, 2016.


NYU High School Pre-College Programs

 Earn college credit. Scholarship deadline: April 1. Residential and non residential options available. 


Ohio State University Summer Program for High School Students, 2014

Summer Linguistics Institute for Youth Scholars: Residential program .

Additional Information: http://linguistics.osu/edu/sliys
Contact: Dr. July McGory: mcgory.1@osu.edu Ross 


Additional information: http://people.math.osu.edu/ross/ Contact: 614-292-5101


Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Buckeye Vet Prep Camp

This is an opportunity for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to enjoy fun and engaging activities while exploring an exciting career, develop an understanding of the demands of veterinary school and, participate in seminars, laboratories and other in-depth, hands-on programs. To apply or get information visit website.


Phillips Exeter Academy Summer School  

 

For information about academic and extracurricular offerings please visit www.Exeter.edu/summer   603-777-3488  summer@exeter.edu 

University of Pittsburgh “The Bridge” College Prep and Leadership Academy

July 10-15, 2016Strengthen your leadership and learn how to navigate the college application process.

Registration deadline:  June 1,2016

To register visit:  www.thebridge.pitt.edu

 

 


Point Park University (Pennsylvania) Summer Programs in the Arts

Point Park University (Pennsylvania) Summer Programs in the Arts for students in grades 9-12. Camps include: Screenwriting, Camp Hollywood, Traditional Animation, Digital Animation, Dance Workshop, Movement Intensive, Sound Camp. 


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY- Summer Pre-College Programs

Earn 4 college credits in: Architecture, Art and Design Discovery, Creative Writing, digital Imaging and Photography, Fashion Design, Fine Arts/Painting and Drawing, Graphic Design, Illustration (Digital), Illustration (traditional), Industrial Design, Interior Design, Jewelry/Metal Arts, Media Arts/Video, Photography, Sculpture, Sequential Art and The Comic Book.

Register online:  www.pratt.edu/precollege


St. John's College Summer Academy 2016

St. John's College Summer Academy: Offers rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience the distinctive community of St. John's College. Sessions in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Annapolis Maryland Contact: Santa Fe Campus Admissions Office 800-331-5232, Annapolis Campus Admissions: 800-727-9238.

email Annapolis: Annapolis.academy@sjc.edu

email Santa Fe: santafe.academy@sjc.edu

Application available at www.sjc.edu/sa2016

 

 


  Santa Fe, New Mexico and Annapolis, Maryland
www.stjohnscollege.ed

Savannah College of Art and Design:  Summer at SCAD: 

Many offerings for the artistic minded. 

SCAD Summer Seminars for high school students: Atlanta, Hong Kong, Savannah

Visit www.scad.edu/ss   Join Facebook group at scad.edu/ssfacebook

 

SCAD Rising Star for high school seniors: Atlanta, Hong Kong, Savanah

For more information visit www.scad.edu/rs  

Join Facebook group at scad.edursfacebook

2016 High School Diplomats  

CURRENT SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS INVITED TO APPLY

 July 26-August 6, 2016 at Princeton University. 

High School Diplomats brings American high school students together at Princeton University for a 10-day cultural and educational exchange program with students from Japan.  Students will experience 10 day paired with a Japanese roommate, engaging in social activities, cultural presentations, and classroom instruction.  HSD offers a Full Scholarship to 40 American participants.  Applications available at www.highschooldiplomats.com/america.php.  Must be postmarked by January 8, 2016.

Smithsonian Young Ambassadors Program

Smithsonian Young Ambassadors Program: for graduating high school seniors with a commitment to the arts, sciences, or humanities as it pertains to Latino communities.  Weeklong, all expenses paid training seminar and a four-week internship with a $2,000 program stipend.  Available in Washington D.C. and  17 cities across the U.S. and Puerto Rico.     For more information, to view the promotional video and to apply visit:  latino.si.edu/programs/youngambassadors.htm


Stanford University Pre-Collegiate Studies: Summer Institutes

Stanford University Pre-Collegiate Studies: Summer Institutes: for ages 14-17 4 week intensive study single subject courses. Courses in areas ranging from biotechnology to entrepreneurship and creative writing are customized to give students deep exposure and hands-on experience. Summer College: for ages 16-19, students will choose from more than 145 college courses in 30 academic departments, earning undergraduate course credit and an official Stanford University transcript.   Humanities Institute for students currently in 10th and 11th grade.  Program will explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors. Stanford Summer Arts Institute:  for students in grades 9-11

Learn more at spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself  


Stanford Youth Orchestra

Stanford Youth Orchestra: summer . Join finest young musicians from around the world to participate in a three-week intensive orchestral and academic summer program on Stanford University's beautiful campus. Further information and application available on website.


Summer Discovery – Pre College enrichment, college prep, and business institutes for high school students

Summer Internships for high school students at colleges like UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, University of Texas at Austin, University of Michigan, Georgetown University, University of Pennsylvania, New York University, Emerson College, Johns Hopkins, Shanghai & Bejing, China, Cambridge University and London, Florence, Italy.  Booklet in Mrs. Marton's office.


Susquehanna University Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship

Working in a simulated entrepreneurial setting, students and their teammates will enjoy: running their own "virtual" business, entrepreneurship presentations, creating an infomercial, Knoebels Amusement Resort and Hershey Park visits; Harley-Davidson Plant tour, dining etiquette workshop, and their formal end of session presentations.


School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston Pre College Summer Studio

SMFA's Pre-College Summer Studio is a rigorous summer program for high school students interested in the visual arts.  Young artists from all over the world come to the school to experience college life, learn new art forms, and build a portfolio.  Graduates of the program can earn up to four college credits towards undergraduate study at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

Course Offerings: 

2D Studio: Painting & Drawing,

3D Studio: Sculpture & Installation

Digital Media: Photography & Graphic Arts

Moving Image: Video & Animation

Advanced Projects 

US Performing Arts Camps

Offerings include Acting, Dance, Digital Film, Musical Theater, Specialty Workshops, Writing/Sit Com Writing. For a complete description of locations and workshops visit web site or call.


Washington University in St. Louis High School Summer Experiences

Summer Scholars Program: Enroll in two undergraduate courses while living on campus for five weeks, or Summer Institutes: Get a jump start on exploring careers and majors in medicine, writing, engineering, leadership, and more.


USDA AgDiscovery 2016:  Investing in the Future of American Agriculture.  There are 17 universities participating in the program this summer.  The program is a unique opportunity for students to gain a first-hand look at the many career paths open to them in the agricultural sciences.  For more about this year's program, including dates, locations, cost information ,eligibility and how to apply read the manual in Mrs. Marton's office or visit the website:

 

apply at www.aphis.usda.gove/agdiscovery