Summer Programs & Opportunities  

 

As summer programs & opportunities become available, they will be added to this page

Updated: 5/8/14

 

Abbey Road Programs                     Grades 9 – 12             Rolling Admissions; apply early because space fills up

            - These summer abroad opportunities are for students who are interested in traveling to places such as Spain, France, Greece, Italy, and Germany. Students will experience cultural immersion, community service, and be able to study foreign cultures. College Prep and Leadership Academy is available in the United States. Fees vary per individual program and may range upward of $8,000. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.goabbeyroad.com/.                      Added: 03/05/14

 

 

Adelphi University, Summer Pre-College Programs                     Rising 11-12

            -Numerous programs are available, some include: nursing, business, creative writing, gaming, musical theater, and physics.  Students can earn college credits towards Adelphi University. For more information including fees and an application, please visit: http://academics.adelphi.edu/hsp/precollege/index.php. Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Alfred University Equestrian Camps                      Ages 14 - 17 depending upon camp program         Deadline for English Equestrian Overnight Camp is May 30; Deadline for Equestrian Day Camp is June 16

            - Alfred University is offering two equestrian camps. The English Equestrian Overnight Camp will be July 13 – July 18. Students who are 14 – 17 years of age may apply. Campers will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost for this program is: $895. This includes room and board, instruction, supervision, program materials, fun recreational activities, and either use of an AU horse or boarding of the camper’s own horse. The Equestrian Day Camp will be June 30 – July 3. Students who are up to 16 years of age may apply. The Day Camps run from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Thursday. Campers will be assigned a horse during the week. The cost for this program is $300. For more information, and to apply, please visit: http://www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equestrian.cfm.                      Added: 03/05/14

 

 

Alfred University Summer Programs for High School Students              Grades 9 – 12, depending upon individual programs             

            - Opportunities are available in astronomy, art portfolio prep, creative writing, consumer chemistry, computer engineering, robotics engineering, ceramic & glass engineering, equestrian, theater, and swimming. Students will have the chance to explore subjects of interest while living on campus. The programs are conducted by faculty members. Fees vary per individual program. For questions regarding particular summer programs, please email: mclaym@alfred.edu. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm.            Added: 02/28/14

 

 

American Collegiate Adventures (ACA) Pre-College Programs for High School Students                  Age eligibility varies per individual program                

            - Summer camp programs will be held in the following locations: Wisconsin, Boston, Southern California, London, Seville, Florence, Barcelona, and Milan. The programs offered may include college credit and will offer students an opportunity for cultural & language immersion along with community service. For information on individual programs, fees, dates, and further details, please visit: www.acasummer.com.                Added: 03/05/14

 

 

American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) Summer Programs                       Please see individual programs for more information regarding deadlines and age eligibility

            - Study abroad opportunities are available in numerous countries. Some of these locations include: Austria, Germany, England, Botswana, Greece, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Argentina, Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Spain, India, South Africa, and Russia. Fees vary per program. For more information including scholarship opportunities and to apply, please visit: http://www.aifsabroad.com/programs.asp.              Added: 10/16/13

 

 

American University College Programs for High School Students                      Rising juniors and seniors may apply to the Community of Scholars Program; Students in grades 9 – 12 may apply to the Discover of World of Communication               

            - American University offers summer programs in which students can pursue their interests in communication, international studies, and politics. The Community of Scholars Program: offers students the chance to take a 3 credit course to advance their interests in fields of U.S. foreign policy and international conflict resolution. The Discover the World of Communication Program: students will engage in various activities, field trips, guest speakers, and events. For more information on these opportunities and to apply, please visit:   http://www.american.edu/summer/college-for-high-school.cfm.        Added: 03/05/14

 

 

The American Youth Leadership Program                       Ages 15 – 17               Please visit the website below for deadlines to individual programs

            - Students will have an opportunity to participate in any of the following: the Youth Ambassadors, Benjamin Franklin Summer Institute, Youth Leadership, or American Youth Leadership Programs. These are three to four week long exchange programs which provide students the opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of foreign cultures. The programs are organized for students to be involved in collaborating on solving global issues, dialogue and debate, leadership development, and community service. Students will be able to select the following countries to engage these programs: Bosnia, Herzegovina, Cambodia, Malaysia & Singapore, Peru, Paraguay, Samoa, and Uganda. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://exchanges.state.gov/non-us/program/youth-leadership-programs.               Added: 10/16/13

 

 

Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) Teen Volunteer Trail Crew                      Ages 15+                     Programs run: June – August 2014                  See website for availabilities within individual programs

            - This is an opportunity for students to camp, hike, and participate in various outdoor projects and activities. One to four week crews are available in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Dates, fees, and schedules vary per program. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.outdoors.org/recreation/groups/index.cfm.                  Added: 10/16/13

 

 

Art Institute of Boston (AIB) at Lesley University presents Young Artist Residency Program (YAR)                       Rising juniors and seniors may apply

            - The program will be July 6 – August 2, 2014. This is an art and design residency program that is four weeks in length. Students will study art and design with college professors and graduates of AIB while earning 6 college credits. Over 60 courses are available to select from within the following specialties: Artistry, Design, Technology, and Professionals in the Visual Arts. For more information including course offerings, fees, and an application, please visit: http://www.lesley.edu/PageTemplate.aspx?id=3514.                 Added: 09/30/13

 

 

Aspire by API (Academic Programs International)                      High School Aged Students

            - Summer programs will be offered in England, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain and various other countries, as well as gap year and gap semester programs. Gap semester programs will be offered in France, Ireland, Italy, Spain, and others. Other opportunities include summer immersion programs in Argentina and Ireland, community service trips to Costa Rica & China, and expanded gap year options. For more information including scholarship applications, please visit: http://www.aspirebyapi.com/.                    Added: 9/30/13

 

 

ASSE USA International Student Exchange Program                 Age eligibility may vary per individual program                    

            - Study abroad opportunities are offered in Europe, Asia, Australia, etc... Students interested in studying abroad for the summer this is for you. Opportunities may range from 6 week programs or longer. Program fees run from $4,000 and up. For more information and details on specific programs, please visit: http://www.asse.com/United_States/index.html.                   Added: 10/16/13

 

 

Babson College Summer Study for High School Students                        Rising sophomores and juniors may apply               Deadline:

            - Babson College’s summer program high school students focuses upon business and entrepreneurship. The Babson Entrepreneur Development Experience is a five week, residential programs that run from July 9 – August 13, 2014.  For more information on this program and to apply, please visit: http://www.babson.edu/undergraduate/summeratbabson/summer-study/Pages/home.aspx.             Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program              Grades 11-12             Deadline: not listed

            - Exemplary high school students with a passion for helping their communities

            - Participate in an 8-week paid summer internship with a local nonprofit organization, take part in an all-expense-paid week in Washington, D.C. at their Student Leadership Summit with hundreds of other community-minded students and learn how different aspects of civic, social and business leadership can create skills that will positively impact the community. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/global-impact/student-leaders.html#fbid=F0XfSqY1PQe                                 Added: 12/12/13

 

 

Banson NYC, NYC Fashion Summer Camps for High School Students                        Grades 9 – 12             Please visit website listed below for information on application deadlines

            - Three NYC Fashion Summer Camps are going to be offered to students. Session A is: June 22 – June 28, 2014. Session B is: July 13 – July 19, 2014. Each week-long session focuses upon the fundamentals of the fashion industry. Students will attend seminars, lectures, participate in an educational shopping trip, visit a current fashion exhibit at a NYC museum, attend an information session at a NYC fashion college, etc… Students will stay at the LIM college dorms on the Upper East Side. The camps will run from 9 AM – 5 PM, Monday through Friday. Applications are accepted on a first come, first served basis. The cost is $1,875 per student or $1,699 per student if you register with a friend. For more information and to apply, please visit: www.bansonnyc.org. Added: 10/16/13

 

 

Barnard College Summer in New York     Grade: Rising 11-12 girls      Deadline:

            - Barnard Summer offers six different summer programs: Summer in the City, June 22- July 19, two courses, admissions and career workshops; Liberal Arts Intensive, June 22- June 28, one course from a variety of topics; Young Women’s Leadership Institute, July 6- 13, immersive leadership workshops and women’s studies classes and projects; Dance in the City, July 6-16, technique class @ Alvin Ailey Extension, Dance theory and history, and NYC performances; Summer Science Seminars, June 22-28, interactive classes, science-related field trips; Entrepreneurs-in-Training, July 6-17, a transformative startup bootcamp for young women.  Scholarships are available.  For more information, to download the form, and to apply, please visit: www.barnard.edu/summer.             Added: 1/16/14

 

 

Baruch Leadership Academy Summer Program                          Grade  Rising 10-12    Deadlines vary depending on program

Programs include: Global Finance and Investment (2 weeks), Pre-Med, Entrepreneurship, Financial Engineering, and Sophomore Enrichment (2 weeks).  Most programs are 4 weeks, unless otherwise listed.  Students will engage in PSAT/SAT prep, social activities, site visits to examine different careers.  Students will have the opportunity to assess their talents and passions while gaining significant exposure to potential professions. http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/studentaffairs/leadership/index.html          Added: 03/05/14

 

 

Berkeley College Summer Workshops                    High School Aged Students

            - These summer workshops are opportunities to gain exposure in the following areas: business leadership, fashion, healthcare, interior design, and the legal/justice system. Workshops will be offered throughout the month of July. All workshop hours are 8 AM – 4 PM. The cost to attend is $100 per workshop. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://berkeleycollege.edu/SummerWorkshop/2014/.    Added: 10/16/13

 

 

Boston College Summer Experience Program                   Grade 11                    Deadline: Apply ASAP, program fills quickly

            - This is a six week program from June 21 – August 2, 2014. Students have an opportunity to take college courses, earn college credit, live in a residence hall, and explore Boston College’s campus and amenities. Eligible students must be current juniors who are highly motivated, socially mature, and can demonstrate academic strength. Course offerings are in the following areas: Biology, Communications, Economics, English, Tradition of English & American Literature, Geology & Geophysics, History, Languages & Literature, French, Spanish, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Theology. For more information including course descriptions, fees, and an application, please visit: http://www.bc.edu/content/bc/schools/summer/bce.html.                      Added: 03/05/14

 

 

Boston University, College of Communications Presents Investigative Journalism Workshop             Grades 9- 12                                Admission is Rolling

            - Our investigative reporting workshop is designed for high school students (grades 9 - 12) who are interested in investigative reporting, journalism, or writing. Based at Boston University, The New England Center for Investigative Reporting's summer workshop is a perfect opportunity to learn more about journalism, and explore the exciting city of Boston! For more information and to register, please visit: http://necir.org/training/hs-journalism-workshop/       Added: 02/12/14

 

 

Boston University Summer Term High School Programs                        

            - Boston University is offering four exciting opportunities for high school students.  These programs provide a preview of college life, combining academic challenge and a strong social community-making summer the perfect time for your students to experience campus life at Boston University and to get a head start on college. The four programs include: High School Honors, Research Internship in Science and Engineering, Summer Challenge, and Summer Preview.  For more information on each program, please visit: bu.edu/summer/highschool.                       Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Boston University Pre-College & Youth Summer Programs                    Grades 9 – 12             Deadlines vary per individual program

            - Boston University hosts 25 different programs with a wide range of interests. The general areas are academics, arts, and sports & recreation. Some of the available programs include: High School Honors Program, Mathematics, Math/Science, Reading, Investigative Journalism, Summer Theatre Institute, Academy of Media Production, Summer Theatre Institute, and Swimsport Camp. For more information on individual programs including deadlines and applications, please visit: http://www.bu.edu/mysummer/.                         Added: 12/2/13 

 

 

Boston University Summer Challenge Program                   Rising 10 – 12 grade students may apply                  Deadline: Rolling Admissions; apply in advance to increase opportunity of being selected

            - This is an opportunity to explore various interests and subjects not offered in high school. The Summer Challenge Program is a two-week residential program in which students will live on campus. Students have the opportunity to select two of the following seminars: Abnormal Psychology, Business, Chemistry of Medicine, Creative Writing, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, International Politics, Journalism, Nutrition, Visual Arts, Economics, History of Boston, Law, Infectious Diseases, Mass Communication, Persuasive Writing, Photography, or Topics in Philosophy. Students will participate in lectures, discussions, individual and group work, field trips, etc…  The Program cost is $3,470. For more information including the application and schedules, please visit: http://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/summer-challenge/.                       Added: 10/16/13

 

 

Brown University Pre-College Programs                  Grades 9 – 12                        

             - Brown University offers a variety of programs for 9 - 12 grade students (please see specific programs for age eligibility, dates, and details). Programs include: Summer Pre-College Courses, Summer Session Credit Courses, Online Courses, Global Programs, Brown Leadership Institute, Brown Environmental Leadership Lab, Intensive English Language at Brown, TheatreBridge, & Playwrights Workshop, and Summer Sports Camps. For more information including fees, dates, and applications, please visit: http://brown.edu/ce/pre-college/overview.php.               Added: 12/02/13

 

 

Brown University Pre-College Programs: Online Courses for High School Students                    

            - Students interested in science, math, engineering, medicine, and history, please view online courses listed below. Students may take online courses during the spring, summer, or fall. This is an opportunity to experience college level courses while still being in high school. Students will be able to take advantage of class simulations, virtual interviews, and lab exercises. Five new courses being offered are: So You Want to be a Doctor, Lessons in Leadership, Writing for College & Beyond, Exploring Engineering, DNA Science, Anatomy, Physiology, & Disease, Storytelling in the Digital Age, and Developing Your Entrepreneurs. For more information including fees, dates, and applications, please visit: http://onlinecourselearning.com/brown/#.             Added: 10/16/13

 

 

13th Annual Bruce Beck & Ian Eagle Sports Broadcasting Camp presented by MSG Varsity            Students ages 13+ may apply               No deadline specified, please visit website below

            - The camp will be held at Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center in Little Falls, New Jersey from July 28 – August 1, 2014. This is an opportunity for students to learn about sports broadcasting. Students will be exposed to the following: sideline reporting, sports show hosting, women in sports broadcasting, sports anchoring, on-camera exercises and critiques, using a teleprompter, preparing for the game, radio and TV play-by-play, Giants Stadium facilities/broadcast booth/press box operations tour, Izod Center tour, sports talk radio hosting & producing, art of interviewing coaches & athletes, etc… Tuition is $745. For more information including meals, transportation, housing, equipment needed, facilities, refund policy, and to apply, please visit: http://www.sportsbroadcastingcamp.com/index.php.                        Added: 03/05/14

 

 

Bucknell University presents Shaping Your World: Social Media in the 21st Century                  Rising seniors             Program dates: July 6- July 9, 2014

            - At Bucknell University, we see social media as more than a source of constant distraction for students: We see it as a launching point for learning, as a means of not only learning about the world, but also shaping it. This summer, we are hosting a group of rising high school seniors on campus to join us in exploring social media’s role in transforming our society.  During Shaping Your World: Social Media in the 21st Century, students will join with professors to explore how social media influences political actions, artistic expression, business, scientific understandings, innovation and other life areas.  The fee is $500, but financial aid is available to those who qualify.  For more information and to register, please visit: bucknell.edu/ShapingYourWorld.                      Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Caldwell College: Summer College at Caldwell (SCAC)  Grades 9 - 11 Rolling Application Deadline

             - Summer College at Caldwell (SCAC) is a program designed for current high school juniors who will be seniors in the fall of 2014 (Class of 2015).   SCAC provides students the opportunity to earn three college credits while studying science, medicine and math. This unique opportunity also incorporates SAT test taking strategies, academic field trips, and a taste of the college experience, with students meeting new friends while living on the Caldwell College campus. The program includes room and board, books, supplies and field trips.  The three-week program, July 13 – August 1, 2014, offers selected students the opportunity to experience courses taught by Caldwell College faculty in a small class environment.. For more information and an application, please visit: http://www.caldwell.edu/external-partnerships/scac   Added: 3/13/14

 

 

The CAP 21 Conservatory Summer Comprehensive in Musical Theatre Performance                       Grades 11 & 12                Rolling Admission Basis, apply early

            - Students must demonstrate a desire for comprehensive training in acting, singing, and dance. The program fills early, so students are encouraged to audition and apply ASAP. Students must complete and submit an application as well as audition. The application must be sent in before the audition date. You must call and schedule an audition at any point during the application process. The application process includes: application form, current headshot and resume, 2 letters of recommendation, a $50 application fee (non-refundable), and an audition. Audition dates for 2014 extend from January 25 – May 15. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.cap21.org/cap21/conservatory/CAP21/.              Added: 11/1/13

 

 

Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs                          Rising juniors & seniors may apply            

             - These opportunities will run from June 28 – August 9, 2014. Pre-college programs are offered in the areas of: architecture, art & design, drama, music, or the National High School Game Academy. The Advance Placement/Early Admission (AP/EA) is also available. This is a credit-bearing summer program for students interested in taking Carnegie Mellon classes for college credit. For tuition information, program details, and applications, please visit: http://www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college/.         Added: 12/09/13

 

 

Centenary College’s Academically Talented Youth Program                  Grades 11 & 12        

            - This is an opportunity for high school students to earn college credits. Interested students must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. Online and accelerated classes are not included with this program. Summer session course offerings include: Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, English, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physical Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Religion. Tuition is $75 per credit, plus class fees and textbooks. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.centenarycollege.edu/cms/ch/freshman/academically-talented/.  For questions, please contact: Jennilee Joost, Transfer/Par-time Admissions Counselor at: 908-852-1400 ext. 2259 or by email at: joostj@centenarycollege.edu.                 Added: 03/05/134

 

 

Centenary College Summer Scholars                      Grades 9 – 12            

            - This is an opportunity for students to attend a day or residential based program at Centenary College. Three 1 week sessions are available. Students can select one course per session. Students will also have the chance to explore the campus and other activities. Some of the subject areas offered include: forensic science, veterinary science, television production, fashion design, writing, computer programming, SAT Prep, and game design. For more information on program availability as well as schedules, costs, and dates, please visit:  http://www.centenarysummerscholars.org/     Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Cheshire Academy Summer Program                                Grade: 9-12                            Date: July 5- August 2                       

            - Starting this July, students from around the world will gather at Cheshire Academy for a comprehensive summer experience. Set in historic Cheshire, Connecticut, this 104-acre campus provides the ideal setting for academic enrichment and exciting extracurricular activities. Students can select from accelerated math and science courses, crime scene investigation courses, SAT prep programs, athletic programs, and more.  For tuition information, program details, and applications, please visit: http://www.cheshireacademy.org/summer  Added: 12/16/13

 

 

Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Programs                        Grades: 9 – 12                       See website regarding deadlines; Financial Aid Applications are due: March 3, 2014

            -  Two to five week summer programs are offered for students in areas such as: government, math & science workshops, writing workshops, theater arts, documentary filmmaking, and English language. Students may also have the opportunity to select a study abroad program. Most programs start late June and run through July. Fees range from $2,230 to over $8,000 depending upon the program. There is a non-refundable application fee. Financial aid opportunities are also available. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.choate.edu/summerprograms/overview_new/index.aspx.           Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Clemson University Summer Scholars                    Grades 9 – 12            

            - This is an opportunity for students to live on campus while taking classes. Classes are one to two weeks in length. Students will also enjoy campus activities including trips to University labs, the S.C. Botanical Garden, the Hanover House and the Clemson Forest. Some of the course options include: Advanced Animal & Medical Science, Academy of Science & Intercultural Communication, Automotive Engineering, Beyond ER & Biology, Bioengineering, Biology, Civil Engineering, Debate, etc... For information on dates, fees, and an application, please visit: http://www.clemson.edu/summer/summer-science/.                  Added: 03/13/14

 

 

Colgate University: College Prep D.A.N.C.E. Camp at Colgate University                    Rising Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Students May Apply   

            - The College Prep D.A.N.C.E camp will operate from July 6th to July 12th 2014. The camp will be available for rising sophomore, junior, and senior high school students who have an interest in developing skills for college success through content that promotes dance as a point of entry for learning. Although prior experience in dance and other expressive arts such as theater, singing, or instrument playing will be helpful, it is not required.  The camp tuition for each session is $975. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.collegeprepdance.com/3.html#application.                     Added: 05/09/14

 

 

The College of William & Mary Pre-College Summer Programs                        Grades 9 – 12                        Deadline: May 15, 2014

             - The College of William & Mary offers various summer programs to high school aged students. Summer Sessions: is an opportunity to take full-credit courses during the summer with college aged students.  We also invite high-achieving high school juniors, seniors and recent graduates to participate in our National Institute of American History and Democracy's Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History. This is an exciting four-credit academic program which includes hands-on exploration of the region's numerous colonial, revolutionary and Civil War sites. Students have the opportunity to study "on site" at the outstanding historic places, museums and archaeology locations in eastern Virginia, as well as get a taste of dorm life.  For more information on these opportunities including dates, fees, and applications, please visit: http://www.wm.edu/academics/precollege/index.php.                       Added: 02/04/14

 

 

Columbia University Summer Programs for High School Students                   Grades 9 - 12                         No deadlines specified, please visit site below

            - Students interested in experiencing college life, Columbia University offers a NYC summer program in which students will live on campus while taking courses. The Barcelona Experience will be held at the University of Barcelona and the History and Culture: Understanding the Arab World will be held at King’s Academy in Jordan. Fees will vary between these programs. For more information, including schedules, fees, and applications, please visit: http://ce.columbia.edu/high-school.                   Added: 12/16/13

 

 

Cornell University Summer College            Grades 10-12             RABS Program Admissions & Financial Aid Application Deadline: March 14; Financial Aid Application Deadline for all other programs: April 4; Admissions Deadline for most programs: May 2, 2014

            - Students have a variety of programs to select from that are offered in three to six week sessions while earning 3 – 6 college credits. Some options include: architecture, psychology, medicine, veterinary medicine, law and government, business, hotel management, etc… Over 20 programs and 60 courses are offered from June 21 – August 5, 2014. The three week program costs: $6,020. The six week program costs: $11,950. For more information including dates and an application, please visit: http://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/index.php.              Added: 02/28/14

 

 

DeSales University Summer Dance Intensive                     Ages 14 +                    Scholarship Deadline: June 1, 2014

            - The Summer Dance Intensive will be August 4-8 and August 11-15. Students will have the opportunity to select a one week or two week program based upon technical training in ballet, modern, and jazz. Other courses will be offered in West African dance, body percussion, Hip-Hop, pilates, and yoga. Students will have the opportunity to select the residential option to live on campus. A number of scholarships are available. If you are interested in a scholarship you must complete a video screening audition. The scholarship deadline is June 1, 2014.  For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.desales.edu/home/academics/divisions-departments/division-of-performing-arts/youth-programs/summer-dance-intensive.    Added: 03/17/14

 

 

DeSales University Summer Video Institute                       Ages 13 +                    Deadline: June 5, 2014

            - This summer institute is made available to students who are interested in pursuing a career in television and film. Students will earn 3 college credits while learning theories and techniques of digital movie making. Students may commute or live on campus. Tuition is $990. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://desales.edu/docs/arts-summer-programs/summer-video-institute-brochure.pdf?sfvrsn=4                    Added: 05/09/14

 

 

Drexel University Summer Institutes                      Grade eligibility and deadlines vary per individual program, please see website below

            - Opportunity areas include: arts & science, biomedical engineering, science, & health systems, business, engineering, computing & informatics, law, media arts & design, medicine, and nursing & health professions. These programs range from 1 week to 4 weeks in length. For more information on specific programs, including fees, individual deadlines, schedules, and applications, please visit: http://www.drexel.edu/undergrad/summer/.            Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Duke University Youth Programs               Grade eligibility and deadlines vary per individual program, please see website below

            - Duke University offers various opportunities for students to take advantage of. Programs include: Young Writers’ Camp, Creative Writers’ Workshop, IMAGINE…Leading by Example!, Action Science Camp for Young Women, Biosciences & Engineering Camp for H.S., Computer Camp, Performing Arts Workshop, W.R.I.T.E. for College, Math Camp, and Test Preparation for the SAT and ACT. For more information including schedules, fees, and applications, please visit: http://learnmore.duke.edu/youth/.                   Added: 03/13/14

 

 

 Duke University Summer Sessions              Grade eligibility and deadlines vary per individual program, please see website below

            - Duke University offers two summer camps: Summer College for High School Students (grades 10-11) and Duke Summer Academy for High School Students (grades 9-12). For more information including schedules, fees, and applications, please visit: http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students.                        Added: 03/13/14

 

 

Earlham College Explore A College Program                   Students must be in grades 9-11 during the 2013-2014 academic year to apply                                 Financial Aid Deadline: April 15, 2014; Application Deadline; May 15, 2014

            - The Explore A College Program will be June 22 – July 5, 2014. Students will have an opportunity to engage in college level coursework that is instructed by a faculty member and gain two semester hours of transferable college credit. Ten courses are available to select from. Students will live on campus in a residence hall and participate in campus activities. Financial aid is available, but limited. For more information including course availability, costs, and to apply, please visit: http://www.earlham.edu/exploreacollege.                   Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Elmira College’s Summer Educational Experience (SEE)                        Dates: July 27-August 9, 2014

            - At SEE EC, high school students will experience college life; attend innovative, small classes led by some of our best faculty; and earn three (3) college credits. This college experience will be educational and fun. A key component is a focus on College Success Skills that will help to better prepare attendees for a successful transition to college when the time comes. Additionally, the program includes fun activities, including several off-campus excursions. All transportation and fees are included in the program cost.  For more information including financial aid (limited), dates, fees, etc…, please visit: http://www.elmira.edu/academics/The_EC_Experiences/See_EC/index.html.             Added: 03/13/14

 

 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Summer Camp Programs                     Ages 12 - 17; age eligibility varies per individual program

            - Numerous residential camps are being offered for students to learn about careers in Air Traffic Control, Engineering, Flight, Meteorology, and Space. Program options include: Aerospace, Aviation Career Exploration, Girls Executive Training Academy, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, and Flight Camps . For information on cost, schedules, and an application, please visit: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/degrees/summer-camps/.             Added: 05/09/14

 

 

Emma Willard Writer’s Retreat for Girls  Grades 9 – 12

            - This is a boarding program for students who are seeking to improve their writing skills that have a great interest in writing. Two and four week sessions are available and will be July 19 – August 16, 2014. The two week session is $2,850 and the four week session is $5,300. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.emmawillard.org/programs/summer-programs/writers-retreat.    Added: 12/16/13

 

 

Emory University Pre-College Program                             Grades: rising juniors and seniors              

             - The Emory Pre-College Program is a summer academic program for high school students. It gives college-bound rising juniors and rising seniors an exciting glimpse of academic and residential life at a top-ranked national university. High school students may explore topics with professors who are the leading experts in their fields, enroll in classes with college students, and earn transferable college credit. Two-week non-credit courses, three-week non-credit institutes and six-week credit courses are available.  Emory Pre-College students live together in a dorm on campus or within commuting distance with their families and participate in a variety of programs, activities, and excursions designed to prepare them for college life.   For more information and to register, please visit: http://precollege.emory.edu/.              Added: 03/17/14

 

 

The Experiment in International Living Summer Abroad Programs                 Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

            - These programs are open to all students who have completed their 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade year. This summer abroad program offers cross-cultural opportunities in 27 countries including countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia. Three, four, and five week programs are available for students to live with a host family while becoming immersed into their culture by experiencing  community service, language study, travel, ecology, the arts, cooking, photography, theater, or outdoor adventure. For more information and details regarding program fees and need-based financial aid, please visit: http://www.experimentinternational.org/.               Added: 12/16/13

 

 

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Discover Busine$$ Teen Camp             

                        - Have an opportunity to learn and expand upon team work & leadership, communications, networking, finance, marketing & market research, and entrepreneurship/ business planning.

            - This camp is offered on the FDU Florham campus, located in Madison, NJ from July 14 – 18, and the Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, NJ from July 16 – 20. Tuition for camp is $495. Camp hours are 9 AM - 4 PM.. A $150 nonrefundable deposit, plus a one-time $30 registration fee, is required at the time of registration to hold a space for each camper.  Lunch and snacks are provided, but participants are allowed to bring their own. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://view.fdu.edu/default.aspx?id=1259.              Added: 05/09/14

 

 

Fairleigh Dickinson University: A Summer Experience for College Bound Students with Disabilities                        Deadline: June 15, 2014

            - The Fairleigh Dickinson University two-week summer program is designed for graduating high school students and rising seniors who want exposure to college-prep skills Students with a documented learning disability who are able to provide two letters of recommendation from school and community leaders that attest to their character, behavior and attitude are eligible for the summer experience. Cost of full day: $1400, morning only: $950.  For more information and details regarding program fees and need-based financial aid, please visit: http://view.fdu.edu/default.aspx?id=3792                 Added: 3/17/14

 

 

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising 3 Days of Fashion 2014               Grades 9 – 12            

             - This summer program is being offered at 4 campuses: Orange County – June 23 – 25, Los Angeles – June 26 – 28, San Francisco – June 24 – 26, and San Diego – June 30 – July 2. This program is $300. Space is limited and can fill quickly.  Students will participate in workshops, learn step by step how to sketch the nine - head fashion figure, interact with FIDM faculty, etc... There is a program available for parents to participate in as well. For more information and to register, please visit: http://fidm.edu/en/news+and+events/3+days+of+fashion/ct-days+of+fashion.                    Added: 02/12/14

 

 

Fordham University Pre-College Program             Grade 11                   

            - The Pre-College Program is July 1 – August 5, 2014. This is a selective, commuter program in which students must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA to apply. Students will have an opportunity to earn college credit taking college level courses. Tuition prices include the $75 registration fee which will be returned to students not accepted into the program. Some course availabilities include: African & African-American Studies, Biology, Communication & Media Studies, Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Natural Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Sociology & Anthropology, and Theatre & Visual Arts. For more information including an application, please visit: http://www.fordham.edu/academics/summer_session/welcome/precollege_program_19637.asp.     Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Foundations for Free Enterprise Entrepreneurial Summer Workshop              Grade             Dates: July 28- August 1, 2014

            - This interactive workshop is packed with fun and learning from real life experts in business and economics. In this 5-day summer workshop you will; interact with real entrepreneurs, experience firsthand the fun of building a business, learn how to leverage free market economic principles, unlock your own entrepreneurial creativity, and inspire peers to help build your business vision.  For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.fffe.org/our-programs/summer-business-camp/.             Added: 12/16/13

 

 

 

The George Washington University Pre-College Program 2014              Rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply                      Deadline: May 15, 2014

             

            - The George Washington University offers two different types of summer pre-college programs. College Intensive is a credit program for rising juniors & seniors. Students may participate in a 1 to 6 week session. Summer Immersion is a non-credit program for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students may participate in one of two sessions which will run throughout the month of July and August. Fees for individual programs range for commuters and residents. For more information on individual programs including fees, dates, schedules, and an application, please visit: http://precollege.gwu.edu/.              Added: 01/07/14

 

 

 

 

Georgetown University Summer Programs                                               Grades 9-11               Priority Deadline: April 15, 2014; Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

            - This is an opportunity for students to pursue summer programs in the areas of: medicine, law, science, international relations, business, and arts & humanities. Many programs are 8 days to five weeks in length. Each area has various program options. For more information including dates, fees, schedules, and to apply, please visit: http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summer-programs-for-high-school-students/subjects.cfm?utm_source=mdr-poster&utm_medium=print&utm_campaign=FY12_P092_SPHS_Pos_MDR.                Added: 02/04/14

 

 

Global Works Summer Travel Programs               Ages 14-18 may apply                       See website regarding application deadlines

            - Students interested in cultural immersion experiences, community service, and language learning programs this is for you. Three to four week programs are available to locations such as: Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Ireland, and New Zealand. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in 50 – 70 hours of community service during their travel experience. For more information including fees and schedules, please visit: http://www.globalworksinc.com/.               Added: 12/16/13

 

 

Green Mountain College Vermont Summer Academy                 Grades 9 – 11            

            - One week summer sessions are offered throughout July into early August. The program options include: Culinary Arts, Veterinary Science, Forensic Science, Writing 101: Fiction & Poetry, Writing 102: Journalism & College Prep, Creative Arts: Drawing, Painting & Mixed Media; Environmental Studies, Design & Building, and Adventure Education. The curriculum is designed to be hands-on and project based. For more information including an application, dates, fees, etc… please visit: http://vermontsummeracademy.org/.              Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Harvard Summer School Secondary School Program                  Grades 9 – 11             See website for application deadlines; Programs run from: June 21 – August 9, 2014 

            - There are 3 ways to take summer school courses through Harvard. You can live on campus and take them, commute, or take a course online. Courses and activities are available in topics such as writing, sciences, psychology, drama, and math. College prep events including trips to other New England colleges, workshops, and admissions talks. To find out more information, including dates, tuition fees, and registration, please visit: www.summer.harvard.edu/ssp.                      Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Heroes Academy for the Gifted Summer Programs                                  Dates: January 18 & 19

            - Our technology programs include both computer programming and engineering design in our Makerspace. Computer Science: Our computer science program is designed by Lars Sorenson, a Rutgers University PhD candidate whose research is focued on Computer Science Education. Our introductory course teaches students computer programmming using Python. Once students have learned Python they may advance to PyGame or data structures.

Engineering Design: Makerspaces are creative laboratories where members with common interests, such as engineering, computer programming, inventing, graphic design, and others, gather to share resources and knowledge, network, and build things. Campers in this summer's program will be the first members of HEROES' makerspace, with separate sessions for Elementary and Junior/Senior High school aged students. Through a partnership with The College of New Jersey's Center for Excellence in STEM Education and The School of Engineering, experienced teachers will facilitate a curriculum introducing students to the Engineering Design Process as well as best practices for collaboration in a makerspace environment. For more information and to register, please visit http://njgifted.org/index.php?file=modules/public/technology.php&node=457&utm_source=Makerspace&utm_campaign=CC-MakerSpace&utm_medium=email                 Added: 05/16/14

 

 

Hofstra University High School Programs             Please visit website below regarding grades of eligibility and deadlines

            - Numerous summer program opportunities are available to students. Many of them offer college credits. These programs include: Documenting Diversity, Hofstra Summer Camps, Journalism Diversity (JDIV), Regents Preparation Courses, SAT Preparation Courses, Saturday Classes For Young People, Summer Sportscasting Institute for Teens, Summer Science Research Program, and Summer Writers Program. For more information on these programs including course offerings, housing options, costs, dates, and applications, please visit: http://www.hofstra.edu/admission/adm_highschoolopportunity_main.html.            Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Hun School of Princeton Summer Programs                     Grades 9 – 12; grade eligibility will vary per individual program

            - The Hun School of Princeton offers the following: Academic Session or the American Culture & Language Institute. Both programs run from June 30th-August 1st.  Students are given the opportunity to pursue full credit and enrichment courses in a five week session. Courses for credit are: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, PreCalculus, and Chemistry. Students may choose to commute or live on campus. Costs range from $1,335 - $7,100. For more information including schedules, dates, and an application, please visit: http://www.hunschool.org/student-life/summer-programs/index.aspx.                  Added: 03/13/14

 

 

Hunterdon Central Summer Institute                     Grades vary per class                       Deadline: June 15, 2014

In 2014, Hunterdon Central will offer Summer Institute courses in a variety of subject areas, for credit and enrichment. The classes, taught by Hunterdon Central's faculty, are small and will provide an excellent academic experience. These courses may free up students' scheduling options and/or permit students to advance in coursework.  Summer Institute courses begin on July 7 and run through July 24, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM, with some schedule variations for specific courses listed in the course descriptions, below.  Some courses include: Honors Calc. A, Precalc., Computer Applications, Personal Finance, PE/Health- Project Adventure, Drivers Ed., and College Essay Writing. For more information including and application, please visit: http://www.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/quicklinks/2014-2015-program-of-studies/hc-summer-institute/index.aspx.                     Added: 03/13/14

 

 

Huyck Preserve & Biological Research Station High School Summer Program                         Rising Juniors & Seniors may apply     Early Admission: 03/07/14 Standard Admission: 05/2/14  

            - Session I is July 6 – 27, 2014. Session II is August 3-24, 2014. This is a three week, residential program in which students who are interested in biology will have the opportunity to learn and utilize scientific investigation skills. Students will work directly with ecologists. For more information on tuition, schedules, and to apply, please visit: http://www.huyckpreserve.org/wer/.                  Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Ithaca College Summer College for High School Students                       Must be 15 – 18 years of age                        Deadline: 04/15/14 (5/15/14 for 3 week session)

            - This is an opportunity for students to experience college-level courses while living on campus. The one week session is July 20 – 25. The three week session is June 29 – July 18. The one week session courses include: digital authorship, digital photography, writing college application essays, action archeology, entrepreneurship, screenwriting, sports media, and the law and you. The three week session courses include: acting, cultural anthropology, digital music production, general psychology, health sciences, etc… For more information including an application, please visit: http://www.ithaca.edu/gps/summer_college/.                 Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Johns Hopkins University Summer University and Discover Hopkins Programs                      Grades 9 – 12             Financial Aid Application Deadline: March 15, 2014; please visit website below for program deadlines

            - The Discover Hopkins Programs are for students who will be at least 15 years old by June 30, 2014. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. These programs are for students to gain curriculum exposure while being instructed by faculty, alumni, and guest speakers. Numerous guided field trips will be organized as well. This program is $2,160 and includes the course, room, board, academic fees, and activities fees. The Johns Hopkins Summer University Program offers over 100 courses that you may choose from. This program is $7,350 which includes two courses up to 6 credits, activities, room, and board. Need-based partial tuition grants are available. You must complete the 2014 Financial Aid Application for grant consideration. This must be postmarked by March 15. For more information on these programs and to apply, please visit: http://www.jhu.edu/summer/precollege/index.html#.             Added: 12/19/13

 

 

Johnson & Wales University Career Explorations 2014 Three Day Summer Programs                       Rising Juniors and Seniors May Apply

             - Johnson & Wales University is offering a Career Explorations Program for students to pursue a number of possible interests at one of the following campuses: Providence, R.I.; North Miami, FL; Denver, CO, or Charlotte, NC. Program availability will vary by campus. The programs will run throughout the month of July. Some of these program opportunities include: Accounting, Advertising & Marketing Communications, Business, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Equine Studies, Fashion, Technology, Counseling Psychology, Hospitality, Sports/Entertainment/Event Management, Baking & Pastry Arts, and Culinary Arts. Students who live more than a 6 hour drive from the campus that are seeking to attend a program are eligible to fly to that campus for the program. Class size is limited. Fly-In Option forms are due June 1 for many of the campuses. The earliest date registration forms are due is June 15. Deadlines vary per campus. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.jwu.edu/uploadedFiles/Documents/Admissions/brochures/JWUAdmissCareerExplorations.pdf.            Added: 05/09/14

 

 

Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs                        Grade eligibility varies per camp/program             Deadlines vary per camp/program, please visit website

            - Various opportunities are available to students of all high school level grades. Some offer college credits. Camps/programs include: tennis, golf, enrichment, exploration, Penn Nursing Summer Institute, Art & Architecture: Summer at Penn, Architecture Internship, International Affairs: Learning Leadership Through Model UN, Julian Krinsky Internships, Wharton Sports Business Academy, Leadership in the Business World: A Wharton Program, Management and Technology Summer Institute, Residential Services at Penn, Digital Journalism and Media Production, and Classical Music Program. For more information including dates of programs, fees, etc…, please visit: http://www.jkcp.com/dates-and-tuition/.                       Added: 03/17/14

 

 

The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad Program                   Ages 15 – 18   Deadline:

             - Students will have an opportunity to spend a semester in Albania | Bahrain | Bangladesh | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Bulgaria | Cameroon | Egypt | Gaza | Ghana | India | Indonesia | Israel (Arab Communities) | Jordan | Kenya | Kosovo | Kuwait | Lebanon | Liberia | Malaysia | Mali | Morocco | Mozambique | Nigeria | Pakistan | Philippines | Qatar | Saudi Arabia | Senegal | Sierra Leone | South Africa | Suriname | Tanzania, Thailand | Tunisia | Turkey | West Bank | Yemen. This program focuses specifically on increasing the understanding between people amongst countries. Students will live with host families, attend high school, and engage in activities to learn their host country’s culture.  Scholarships are available. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://yesprograms.org/.                      Added: 12/19/13 

 

 

Lawrence Technology University Summer Camps                       Grade 12                                                        Register by: June 2, 2014

            - LTU’s Marburger STEM Center offers stimulating academic camps for students interested in engineering, technology, design, and science. Expert professors will introduce you to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios on Lawrence Tech’s modern Southfield campus.  For more information, please visit: http://www.ltu.edu/community_k12/summer_camps.asp.      Added: 12/19/13

 

 

Lebanon Valley College Health & Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp             Rising 10 – 12 grade students may apply                  Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

            - The Health & Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp will be June 22 – 27, 2014 and July 6-11. Students will engage in hands-on laboratory activities, lectures, interact with practicing professionals, and experience living on campus. The specific areas of focus will be: molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry, and medical ethics. The cost for the program is $900. This includes: lodging, lab supplies, lecture materials, evening activities, and a camp t-shirt. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.lvc.edu/health-bio-summer-camp/. Added: 02/12/14

 

 

Maine Media Workshops 2014 Young Artists Program               Ages 14 – 18                 

            - This is an opportunity for students who are interested in photography, filmmaking, and animation & design to learn from professional photographers, filmmakers, and multimedia artists. Students will engage in classroom work and field work. This is a residential program in which students will live near the campus and travel to the campus each day. For more information including dates, fees, accommodations, and schedules, please visit: http://www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/young-artists.                     Added: 05/12/14

 

 

 

Marist College Summer Pre-College Programs                 Grades 10 & 11                     Deadline: Rolling

Marist College is offering summer programs in Poughkeepsie, NY and additional programs in Florence Italy.  Pre-College will allow rising juniors and seniors to take college classes while living on campus. Program options in Italy include: fashion, studio art, and interior design. Program options at Marist’s campus include: business, creative writing, criminal justice, digital movie making, environmental science, fashion design, fashion merchandising, game design, Spanish, sports communication, and theatre. The programs will run from July 13 - 26. For more information including fees and an application, please visit: http://www.marist.edu/summerinstitutes/index.html?utm_source=offline&utm_medium=print&utm_campaign=precollege.                     Added: 02/12/14

 

 

Mercy College Summer Leadership Academy                   Date: June 23-27, 2014

            - This is a highly selective, one-week, camp for high school business students. Students must have a GPA of 90 or higher, be interested in career of business, and demonstrate excellent public speaking skills.  There is no charge for tuition for students who are selected, and students live in the dorm for free.  Students simply need to provide their own transportation to and from campus, as well as money for food.  Below is a video link for the program.  For more information about this program and to register, please visit: https://www.mercy.edu/academics/school-of-business/high-school-programs/                       Added: 03/28/14

 

 

Miami University (OH) Summer Scholars Program          Grade: Rising Juniors and Seniors             Program dates: July 6-18 or July 20-August 1

The Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically-talented rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students will join an engaged community of learners for an intense, two-week program.  Quilified students must have at least a 3.5 GPA.  The total cost for the program is $1,350.  For more information and to apply, please visit: http://miamioh.edu/admission/high-school/summer-scholars/            Added: 03/28/14

 

 

Misericordia University’s Communications and Media Career Exploration Camp for H.S. Students                        Grade                         Camp fill up quick, apply early

            - This camp is from June 29-July 2 and it cost 90$.  At camp, students actually do all of the tasks required to create a television magazine show and a newspaper- print and online.  Students can shoot video on digital cameras, edit using state-of-the-art non-linear editing systems, do studio production, perform on-camera, and much much more.  Click here for information on how to sign up.             Added: 05/05/14

 

 

NACEL Open Door Youth Exchange Programs              Grade 12                    Please visit website for deadlines

            - Seniors interested in studying abroad in Central America, South America, Europe, Asia, or Australia, this is for you. Various program opportunities are available with wide ranging experiences for students to participate in. Students interested in studying abroad in Germany have an opportunity to go for free through the Congress-Bundestang Vocational Exchange Program.  Please visit: www.nacelopendoor.org and click on the CBYX Vocational Scholarship picture for application materials, information on the exchange programs, and scholarship opportunities.                                     Added: 12/19/13

 

 

New York Institute of Technology’s Exploring Architecture in Manhattan                   Grades 11-12

             - This programs will be July 7 –31.  NYIT’s School of Architecture and Design offers accredited professional degrees in architecture and interior design.  Credits earned in the Exploring Architecture Program may be applied toward an NYIT degree. The cost is $1,860. For more information, please email fgandhi@nyit.edu.             Added: 03/17/14

 

 

New York Institute of Technology Pre-College Summer Programs       

             - Each Program includes everything needed for a rewarding and educational experience as well as an exciting and fun summer in the most culturally rich neighborhood of New York City. Programs include: Career Discovery in Technology and Engineering (2 weeks), Exploring Architecture in Manhattan (4 weeks), Fine Arts (2 weeks), Intensive English Language Studies (2 or 4 weeks), and Nanotechnology (2 weeks).  For more information and to register, please visit http://www.nyit.edu/global_exchange/manhattan_summer_cultural_program   Added: 05/09/14

 

 

New York Institute of Technology Summer 2014 Health & Medical Camp      

             - This program will be July 7 – July 18 from 9 AM through 3 PM. NYIT faculty members introduce the Health and Medical Academy to students who have an interest in medical fields. Students will gain exposure in the following areas: Nursing, clinical nutrition, osteopathic medicine, physician assistant studies, physical therapy, and occupational therapy. Participants will engage in lecture, labs, CPR training, and tours of facilities. The cost is $1,000. For more information, please contact Tara Miller at shp@nyit.edu or 516-686-3939.          Added: 03/17/14

 

 

New York Institute of Technology Summer 2014 Technology and Engineering Camp   

             - This programs will be July 7 –18 or August 4-15.  NYIT’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences offers degrees in computer science, information technology, electrical and computer engineering, engineering management, mechanical engineering, electrical and computer engineering technology, and telecommunications network management.  Credits earned in this summer camp are applicable to any NYIT degree in these majors. The cost is $1,850. For more information, please contact Kaitlyn Melexenis at kmelexen@nyit.edu or 516-686-7985.             Added: 03/17/14

 

 

New York Institute of Technology’s Summer Workshops                      

             - Two programs are being offered: Brand Yourself (graphic design program), and Create Motion (computer graphics/animation program).  Session 1 runs from July 7-18 and session 2 is from July 21- August 1.  Both workshops are offered during each session.  For more information, please contact Terry Nauheim at tnauheim@nyit.edu visit nyit.edu/nycsummer           Added: 03/17/14

 

 

New York University: Summer Institute at the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies for High School Students                     Grades 9 – 11                         Deadline: June 1, 2014

            - Two sessions will be offered. Session 1 is July 13 – 18 and session 2 is July 20 – 25. The NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) is offering programs in the following career options: Creative Writing – Finding Your Muse in Metropolis, Digital Filmmaking – Telling the Story Through Technology, Digital Journalism – Spreading the News Through New Media, Finance NYC – High Stakes, High Returns; Motion Comics and Illustration – Transforming the Tale, Photographing NYC – Through the Mind’s Eye and the Camera Lens, Understanding Global Issues – Tough Choices for the 21st Century, and more. Housing is available on a first-come, first-served basis in NYU housing. For more information including fees and to apply, please visit: http://scps.nyu.edu/academics/noncredit-offerings/Summer-Institute-for-HS-Students.html.           Added: 02/28/14

 

 

New Worlds Emerge Programs                   Grades 9 – 12             Please visit website below regarding deadlines

            - New Worlds Emerge Programs are cultural immersion programs in which students may earn college credit. One to two week programs are offered in several countries including: the U.S., Italy, England, France, Spain, and China. Students also have the option to participate in a precollege program at UCLA. Three program options are available in which students may earn 4 – 15 units of college credits. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.newworldsemerge.org/                Added: 02/04/14

 

 

NJIT Center for Pre-College Programs, The Academy College Courses at NJIT Program Summer Session                        Deadline for Summer Session: May 23, 2014

            - Students with a strong academic background are eligible to earn up to 8 college credits in classes taught by NJIT faculty. Classes meet on Saturdays during the spring session and Monday through Thursday during the summer session. Course credits can be applied to an undergraduate degree at NJIT and most other colleges/universities. Students will have the option to live on campus during the summer session. Course offerings include: architecture, business, information technology, engineering, English composition, mathematics, and science. There is a $60 application fee. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.njit.edu/precollege/studentprograms/academy_app.php.                        Added: 05/09/14

 

 

Norwich University Future Leader Camp (FLC) in Vermont                 Rising 10 - 12 graders may apply                            Deadline not specified; please visit website listed below

            - Two sessions will run from June 29 – July 12 and July 20 – August 2, 2014. This is a summer leadership opportunity. The FLC is for students who are interested in focusing and building individual and team skill development in communication, confidence, and self-discipline. This program is designed for students to challenge themselves while participating in athletics, community service, the workplace, etc... The camp runs for two weeks. Tuition is $1,825 including room, meals, uniforms, and all activities. Students must submit a $25 non-refundable application fee with the application and supplemental materials. For more information, please visit: http://www.norwich.edu/admissions/summerprograms/flc/.               Added: 04/14/14

 

 

Otis College of Art & Design, Summer of Art 2014                       Students ages 15+ may apply                      

            -  This is a four week pre-college program for students who are seeking to enhance their art skills. The program runs from July 7 – August 1, 2014. Classes are small and include hands-on studio classes and labs in a chosen area of concentration. The cost to attend is $2,946. Students may earn 3 college credits upon completion of the program (2 units of credit for Area of Concentration courses and 1 unit of college credit for Foundation Studio Courses). For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.otis.edu/summer-art.                      Added: 02/04/14

 

 

Oxford Royale Academy Summer Programs 2014                        Ages 13 – 18               Please visit website for deadlines

            - This is an opportunity for students to study in Oxford and Cambridge, England. Various programs are available and run from 2 to 4 weeks in length.  For more information including programs, dates, fees, etc… please visit: http://www.oxford-royale.co.uk/brochures---new.html.                        Added: 01/24/14

 

OxBridge Academic Programs                    Grades 9 – 12             Applications are accepted upon a rolling admissions basis

            ­ - Students interested in studying abroad during the summer, this is for you. OxBridge Academic Programs offer student the opportunity to study in Oxford, Cambridge, France, Spain, and New York.  Programs run for 2 or 4 weeks through July 6- August 2, 2014 and numerous courses are offered. To learn about what each study abroad experience has to offer including their fees, deadlines, etc… please visit: http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/index.php.          Added: 05/05/14

 

 

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Summer Academy for High School Students             Grades 9 - 11            Rolling Application Deadline

             - The program will run July 7 – August 1, 2014. This is an opportunity for students who are interested in pursuing coursework in drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Courses are four weeks long. Students will have an opportunity to attend day trips to museums and galleries in Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, DC. Students will also be able to visit artists’ studios and attend information sessions on applying to art school and preparing a portfolio. Students who complete the program will earn four college level credits. For more information including fees, scholarships, and an application, please visit: http://www.pafa.edu/summeracademy/.        Added: 1/24/14

 

 

Pingry School Big Blue Summer Academics for High School Students              

            - The Pingry School is offering numerous programs for students to take advantage of. All of the programs will be at the Basking Ridge Campus. Core Classes will be offered in the following subjects: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II with Trigonometry, and Financial Literacy. Career Academy is a one week program that is a career immersion experience for students.  For more information about these programs including fees, schedules, and to apply, please visit: http://www.pingry.org/page.cfm?p=1144              Added: 05/07/14

 

 

Pratt Institute Pre-College Program                       Grades 10 – 12                       July 7- August 1, 2014

            - Motivated students who are interested in: art, design, architecture, creative writing, critical & visual studies, or construction management may apply. Programs start in early July and run throughout the month. This is an opportunity for students to help them decide what they may want to study in college, including a chance to earn 4 college credits, and supplies guidance on developing a portfolio for the college admissions process. Tuition is $3,142 plus fees. For more information including dates and an application, please visit: http://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing_education_and_professional/pro_credit_programs/precollege/summer_programs/.                        Added: 1/24/14

 

 

Ramapo College of New Jersey Summer Camps and Program Opportunities

Various camp opportunities are available to children and teenagers; deadlines range according to individual opportunities

            - Various summer camp opportunities will take place throughout the summer at Ramapo College. Numerous camps are offered by the college while others are camps taking place on the college’s campus. Camps include: sports camps, the Foundation for Free Enterprise Business Camp, academic camps, amongst others. For more information including contacts, schedules, and fees, please visit: http://www.ramapo.edu/summer/workshops.html.            Added: 01/24/14

 

 

Raritan Valley Community College Summer Youth Programs              

- Remedial classes are open to students who did not perform as anticipated in school or would like to strengthen their understanding of a subject.  Students should check with their guidance counselor to determine if classes will be accepted for credit.  Classes include Algebra 1 Refresher, High School Writing Refresher, SAT Accelerated Test Prep, The Money Camp, Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Summer Savvy Social Skills, Personal Branding Workshop for Teens, Take Action: Leadership Skills for Success, The Power of Positive Communication, Act Powerful-Be Powerful, Design Diva, Pre-College Portfolio, Film & TV, and Music and Voice Production.  For more information and to register, please visit: www.raritanval.edu/youth , email: youth@raritanval.edu , or call (908) 526-1200 X 8404               Added: 05/13/14

 

 

The Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp                     Ages 14 – 17 may apply                    Deadline: June 1, 2014

            - This is a one week camp that will run from July 20 – July 26, 2014. Young writers will have the opportunity to pursue multiple genres to expand upon their writing skills. These areas include: journalism, fiction, poetry, or playwriting. The cost of the program ranges from $600 - $1,200 depending upon if a student will reside on campus or travel to the camp daily. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.heatherdune.com/renaspromisesummercamp/.               Added: 01/24/14

 

 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Summer Programs                     Grade Level of Eligibility May Vary Per Individual Program 

            - Students may pursue RPI Sports Camps, credit courses, or residential enrichment programs. The residential enrichment programs include: AnimationLab: Animation History and Practice, Aerospace Engineering Summer Career Exploration Program, Architecture Career Discovery Program, Chemistry and Medicine Summer Scholars Program, Engineering Summer Exploration Program, and Summer High School Research Program. These residential programs are taught by faculty members and include hands-on projects, interaction with current undergraduate students, lab experience, and tours. For more information about all summer programs being offered including dates of programs, applications, costs, and additional information, please visit:  http://summer.rpi.edu/setup.do.                        Added: 1/24/14

 

 

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Stockton CSI               Grades 9 – 12             Apply on a first come, first served basis

            - Students interested in pursuing criminal justice, forensic psychology, and the law may be interested in this opportunity.

            - Students will have an opportunity to work as investigators and professionals to help solve a murder.  Interested applicants will be involved with investigating a crime scene investigation, gathering evidence, testing techniques, questioning suspects and witnesses, and learn other crime solving techniques including preparing a case for a trial. Camp dates run from the end of June through early August. The total price is $849 and includes room and board, meals, classes, and field trips. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://loki.stockton.edu/~stockcsi/index.html.               Added: 01/24/14

 

 

Rider University Summer Programs                       Grade 11 & 12                       See web site for program dates

- Do you want to jump-start your college career this summer? At the Lawrenceville Campus, academically talented high school students entering 11th and 12th grade may select Rider University courses and earn college credit!   You may choose 3-Week or 6-Week courses during the Summer Session II.  We offer a wide array of classes – at half the regular tuition cost.  To get started on your dreams this summer, complete a Gifted and Talented Program application.

At the Princeton Campus, you may register for the summer programs for high school musicians offered through Westminster Choir College, Continuing Education and Westminster Conservatory. This summer, Rider’s distinguished faculty from the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the world-renown Westminster College of the Arts are offering three-week courses ideal for highly motivated high school students.… For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.rider.edu/academics/colleges-schools/ccs/summer/high-school-students.               Added: 01/24/14

 

 

Rutgers Preparatory Summer School and Summer Camps                     Grades 9 – 12            

            - Summer courses will begin June 27 and will end by early August. Various courses will be offered for students. Some options include: Biology with Lab, Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry AC, Persuasive Writing, SAT Math Review, and SAT Verbal Review. Camp availability includes the following areas: technology, gaming, academics, and sports. For information on schedules, fees, and applications, please visit: http://www.rutgersprep.org/index.php/school-gen-info.                    Added: 05/07/14

 

 

Rutgers University The Academy at Rutgers for Girls in Engineering and Technology                       Grades                        Application available in February; See website for application deadlines

            - The Academy at Rutgers for Girls in Engineering and Technology is a summer program designed for middle school and high school girls to increase awareness and familiarize them with career opportunities within engineering. The objective of the program is to eradicate the negative stereotypes commonly associated with women’s ability to pursue careers in math and science related fields. Program mentors and faculty members facilitate workshops, hands-on activities, labs and projects for the duration of the program in hopes of creating an insightful, exciting opportunity for young girls to learn more about the many different engineering disciplines.. To find out more information, including dates, tuition fees, and registration, please visit: http://soe.rutgers.edu/target.                       Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts Summer Camps                 Ages 13 – 18; age of eligibility may vary per individual program              

             - Numerous program opportunities are available to students who are interested in music, dance, and graphic design. Some program options include: painting, sculpture, photography, drawing fundamentals, visual thinking, print, jazz/fusion workshop, summer band and orchestra camp, dance intensive, dance camp, summer dance conservatory, summer acting conservatory, and graphic design camp. For more information including dates, fees, and an application, please visit: http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/extension/summer-programs.              Added: 05/07/14

 

 

Rutgers University Summer Scholars Program                 Rising juniors and seniors                Deadlines: May 23 and June 6, 2014

            - Interested students must have a minimum GPA of a 3.0.  Students under 16 may be considered based upon PSAT/ SAT scores and an interview. The sessions run from June 23 – July 31 and July 7 – August 13. Students will have the opportunity to earn credits, experience campus life, learn about various majors at Rutgers University, etc… For more information including fees, timelines, and an application, please visit: http://www.summer.rutgers.edu/highschool?utm_source=hs&utm_medium=mailing&utm_campaign=summer2013.                        Added: 03/13/14

         

 

Rutgers University Young Scholars Program in Discrete Math               Grades                        See website for application deadlines; Programs run from: July 7 – August 1, 2014 

            - The Rutgers Young Scholars Program in Discrete Mathematics is a summer program for mathematically talented high school students. It provides a mathematically rich environment to high school students interested in mathematics, and is designed to encourage them to consider careers in the mathematical sciences.  Selected students participate in an intensive four-week residential academic program that provides a challenging introduction to discrete mathematics -- a new and growing area of the mathematical sciences with many applications on the cutting edge of modern research.  During the program, you will develop and enhance your problem-solving abilities by applying mathematical concepts to a wide range of problems. You will also meet distinguished professionals in the field of discrete mathematics who will serve as role models and mentors and help you decide if mathematics is the right field for you. Teaching assistants who are embarking on their own careers in mathematics will provide additional academic support.. To find out more information, including dates, tuition fees, and registration, please visit: http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/ysp/.              Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Sail Caribbean                       Grades 9-12             

            - Sail Caribbean offers eight different program groups.  Experiential learning and leadership education is integrated into every session.  They teach practical life skills including: teamwork, communication, and decision making.  Each program has a distinct focus including sailing, scuba, environmental services, leadership, marine science, cultural immersion, and service learning.  For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.sailcaribbean.com/.                       Added: 02/28/14

 

 

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine: Science Island Extreme Summer Camp                     Grades 11&12                       Dates: July 26-August 2, 2014

            - The nationally renowned faculty members of Science Island Extreme, in conjunction with Saint Joseph’s College, City of Portland’s Fireboat division and military survival experts, will lead high school juniors and seniors through a six-day, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Science Island Extreme Summer Camp teaches students how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are used in survival training. Students participate in training sessions and hands-on instructions that integrate STEM’s core knowledge with physical challenges in an educational and fun curriculum. The results: earning insight into the real-world application of STEM concepts, and three college credits.  To find out more information, including dates, tuition fees, and registration, please visit: http://www.sjcme.edu/scienceislandextreme.             Added: 03/13/14       

 

 

Savannah College of Art & Design Rising Star Summer Program                      Grades 12                   Dates: June 21- July 26 & June 22- July 26

            - This challenging five-week program awards college credit to rising high school seniors who are ready for a summer college experience at SCAD. Students enroll in two college-level classes and have the opportunity to build or enhance their visual arts portfolios.  In Savannah and Atlanta, Pre-college: Rising Star participants have access to university facilities, including classrooms, computer labs, studios, production suites, libraries, galleries, theaters, bookstores and fitness centers. Students live in a SCAD residence hall and have their meals at a SCAD dining facility. All courses are taught by SCAD professors; maximum class size is 20 students. A closing exhibition of student work is held at the end of the program.  To find out more information, including dates, tuition fees, and registration, please visit: http://www.scad.edu/admission/admission-information/pre-college/rising-star.                  Added: 01/16/14

 

 

School of Creative & Performing Arts (SOCAPA) 2014 Summer Camps                      Ages 13 – 18; age level of eligibility may vary per individual program

            - Summer camps are available in three campus locations: at NYU-Poly in New York City, Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA, and Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. Session options are 1 – 3 weeks in length. Numerous offerings are available starting in mid-June through mid-August. Some camp programs include: filmmaking, acting, dancing, digital photo, screenwriting, and D&D photo. Tuition costs range from $995 - $3,795. For more information on individual offerings at each campus including dates and an application, please visit: http://www.socapa.org/.                      Added: 01/16/14

         

 

Seton Hall University Youth Pre-College Programs          High School Aged Students (age of eligibility may vary per individual program)                      Please visit website below for individual program deadlines       

            - Seton Hall University offers numerous program opportunities for high school students. These programs include: criminal justice, video game programing, college writing, and more. For more information on these programs including dates, fees, and applications, please visit: http://www.shu.edu/academics/setonworldwide/youth-pre-college-programs.cfm.              Added: 12/05/13

 

 

Smith College 2013 Precollege Summer Programs for Girls                    High school aged young ladies        Deadline: Applications will begin to be accepted in early January 2014; final deadline is May 11, programs fill quickly, so apply early

              - Five programs are offered to interested students through summer 2014. This is an opportunity for students to live on campus while learning in and out of the classroom. Some of the programs offered include: Field Studies for Sustainable Futures, Hidden Lives: Discovering Women’s History, Summer Science & Engineering, American College Emersion Program and Young Women’s Writers Workshop. Total program fees range upward of $2,600. Financial aid is available to those who qualify. For more information and to apply, please visit:      http://www.smith.edu/summer/programs.php.             Added: 12/5/13

 

 

St. John’s College Summer Academy 2014                        Rising juniors and seniors may apply

            - The Summer Academy 2014 will be offered at the Santa Fe, New Mexico campus as well as the Annapolis, Maryland campus. The Santa Fe campus will host the following sessions: June 22 – 28: Beginnings, June 29 – July 5: The American Experiment, and July 6 – 12: Art and Nature. The Annapolis campus will host the following sessions: July 13 – 19: Foundations of Freedom and July 20 – 26: The Heart of the Matter. Tuition will be $990 each week and includes room & board, books, off campus activities, and transportation to and from designated airports. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.stjohnscollege.edu/admissions/summeracademy.shtml.                Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Stanford University Youth Orchestra                     Students ages 14 – 17 may apply

            - The Stanford Youth Orchestra seeks to select young musicians to participate in a three week orchestral and academic program at Stanford University. The program will run from July 6 – 26. Students will live on campus, attend interdisciplinary workshops that will be led by Stanford faculty from the Department of Music and the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) and tend to studies, practices, and performances led by the Director of Orchestral Studies. This is an incredibly competitive program. The application process requires an audition. For more information including financial aid (limited), dates, fees, etc…, please visit: http://youthorchestra.stanford.edu/.               Added: 02/12/14

 

 

Student Conservation Association, Essex and Hunterdon County Summer Crews                               Students ages 15 – 19 may apply                                

            - This is an opportunity for students to engage in working in local parks. Conservation work will include trail maintenance, community gardening, and general clean-ups. Students will also have the opportunity to go on environmental field trips and go camping. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.thesca.org/serve/community-crews                      Added: 05/07/14

 

 

Student Conservation Association Conservation Begins Here, National Conservation Crews for High School Students Program                 Ages 15-19                  Deadline not specified, but summer programs start in June 2014

             - Summer tuition-free programs working outside with nature; only a $25 one time registration fee required.

            - Looking for tuition-free summer service opportunities that involve working outside? SCA's National Conservation Crews are for you. There's work to be done in all 50 states -- in parks and forests, on beaches and riverbanks, at fisheries and volcanoes. You could be there, carving trails across tundra, building rock steps up woody slopes, constructing foot bridges over marsh lands...crews of 6-8 students from across the country with two experienced leaders. While learning outdoor skills, you will also work with others to solve tough problems, be part of a team to run your camp -- cooking, cleaning, and sharing responsibilities. There is a $25 application fee. Program opportunities run from June through the end of August. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.thesca.org/serve/national-crews.              Added: 1/16/14

 

 

Summer Discovery: Pre-College Enrichment and Internships                             Please visit website below regarding grades of eligibility and deadlines

            - This is an opportunity for students to pursue internships and programs offered at the following schools: UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, University of Texas at Austin, University of Michigan, Georgetown University, University of Pennsylvania, New York University, and Emerson College in Boston. Students may also have the opportunity to pursue programs in Shanghai, Beijing; Cambridge University & London, London Business Institute, and Florence. Programs are 2 – 6 weeks in length. All-inclusive tuition ranges from $3,600 - $10,400 and includes: academics, room & board, college visits, community service, trips, sports, etc… For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.summerdiscovery.com/.                   Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG) Residential Programs                 Ages 13 – 17              

            - The Summer Institute for the Gifted Residential Programs are 3 weeks long. Over 80 multi-curricular, arts, and recreational courses are offered. Each program offers off campus trips including other activities. Programs take place on various college campuses including: Amherst College, Bryn Mawr College, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Emory University, Harvard, Princeton University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Chicago, UT Austin, Vassar College, and Yale University. For more information including schedules, fees, and applications, please visit: http://www.giftedstudy.org/residential/.                    Added: 1/16/14

 

 

Summer Institute for the Gifted University Prep Program for Students Ages 15 – 17

            - These are 3 week summer programs held at Yale University, University of Chicago, Columbia University, UC Berkley, and Richmond the American International University of London.  Applicants will live on campus, learn test-taking strategies, create a resume, write an essay, practice interview questions, and visit local colleges and universities. For more information on this program including costs and dates, please visit: http://www.giftedstudy.org/up/.                     Added: 12/05/13

 

 

Summer Study Programs                 Grades 9 -11

            - This is an opportunity to pursue a summer program at Penn State, The University of Colorado at Boulder, Fordham University in NYC, Summer Study in Buenos Aires, or Summer Study in Paris. Summer program are 2 – 6.5 weeks in length (depending upon the program and location).  Enrichment programs, workshops, college credit programs, and cultural immersion experiences are available. For more information on programs and availabilities including descriptions, scheduling, and costs, please visit:  http://www.summerstudy.com/.                       Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Summerfuel               Grades 9 – 12             Deadlines may vary per individual program

            - Summerfuel offers students the opportunity to pursue pre-college, language and cultural immersion, social entrepreneurship, and college admissions prep programs. Some of the locations for these programs include: Pre-college programs – Oxford, Boston, Berkeley, and Amherst; Language & Cultural Immersion programs – Spain, Italy, France; Social Entrepreneurship programs – Yale and Stanford; College Admissions Prep – Columbia, Tufts, and UC Berkeley. For information on these programs and others including program descriptions, fees, and applications, please visit:          http://www.summerfuel.com/.                       Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Susquehanna University Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship (LIFE)     Current 9 – 11 grade students may apply                  Apply before April 1, 2014 to pay $695; fees increase after April 1 to $795                             

            - This program is business based and is for students who are interested in exploring the following: running their own “virtual” business, presentations, workshops, a talent show, touring the Harley Davidson Plant, etc… This is a one week program that will be on campus. The program will be from July 6 – July 12, 2014. Fees for the program for students who apply by April 1 are $695 and include room, meals, and all program materials. After April 1, students must pay $795. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.susqu.edu/about/life.asp.            Added: 01/18/14

 

 

Susquehanna University Summer Advanced Writers Workshops                      Rising juniors and seniors may apply               Applications received by April 15, 2014 will be charged a registration fee of $750; applications received on April 16 and after will be charged a registration fee of $790; all applications must be received prior to May 1, 2014

            - This workshop will be July 6 – 12, 2014. Students will have an opportunity to work in small groups with authors. Focus will be based upon workshops in fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Interested students must submit a workshop application, a teacher/counselor recommendation, and a non-returnable writing portfolio. For more information including a brochure explaining the program and an application, please visit: http://www.susqu.edu/about/24777.asp.                    Added: 01/16/14

 

 

Sweet Briar College Summer Explore Engineering Design Course for High School Girls                    Rising juniors and seniors may apply                    

            - The Summer Engineering Design Course will be July 20 – 25, 2014. Students will have the opportunity to earn one college credit while learning and exploring many aspects of engineering. Students will work with college engineering majors, meet professional engineers, work in groups, interact with Sweet Briar College faculty, and live in the residence halls. The total cost for this program is $675 which includes all meals, lodging, supplies, and tuition. Need based half-tuition scholarships are available. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://sbc.edu/engineering/explore-engineering-high-school-women                         Added: 05/05/14

 

 

Syracuse University Summer College for High School Students              Grades 9 – 11, depending upon length of program                 Applications will become available in December; applications are accepted on a rolling basis from January through May 2014

            - The summer college will run for two, three or six weeks from June – August , 2014. Over 20 programs and 50 courses are offered to interested applicants. Students must demonstrate maturity, strong academic backgrounds, and self-discipline. Admission is dependent upon the application, essay, and reference. Some programs have additional requirements. Financial aid is available for students enrolled in 2 & 6 week credit programs only. There is a $55 application fee. For information on programs and courses, please visit: http://summercollege.syr.edu/.            Added: 12/05/13

 

 

Temple University Tyler School of Art Portfolio Boot Camp                  Grades 11 – 12

            - Students who are planning to apply to an Art School, this is a two week workshop focused upon creating a portfolio for college. Attendees will learn how to compose and present an art portfolio to admissions counselors.  There is a $50 registration fee and tuition is a total of $750. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://tyler.temple.edu/continuing-education-program/portfolio-boot-camps.                        Added: 1/16/14

 

 

The College of New Jersey Pre-College Programs                        For rising juniors and seniors

            - Three pre-college credit bearing programs are being offered from July 13 – 25. Students will earn 4 credits while living on campus.  The cost of the program is $3,500 which includes: tuition, room & board, recreational activities, a mentored service experience, transportation to and from service & recreational activities, and a workshop with admissions staff focused upon community service during the college admissions process. The non-credit bearing program is from July 20-25 and costs $1400. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://precollege.pages.tcnj.edu/courses/model-u/.                 Added: 05/05/14

 

 

The College of New Jersey, Robotics Summer Camp                                           Grade 10-11               Deadline: 05/15/14

            Participants will have the opportunity to be introduced through a residential College academic experience to the exciting field of Electrical and Computer Engineering in addition to having the opportunity to build, program, and use their own robot. Eligible camp participants are students who will be high school juniors or seniors during the 2014-2015 school year, and rank at the top 30% of their class, have an interest in robotics or engineering, and have successfully completed one year of college prep mathematics. http://www.tcnj.edu/~eceng/robotics          Added: 03/13/14

 

 

University of Chicago Summer Programs                                                  Deadline: May 1, 2014

            - Our signature Summer Programs for High School Students vary in their duration, costs, etc. and we are confident that you will find the right combination for your summer studies. We recommend you read through the Program Descriptions and view our Program Overview for a handy, side-by-side comparison and the Application Overview for an outline of the application process. There you will also find information on our Tuition Scholarships and other important logistical information for Summer Session 2014.  For more information about this program opportunity, please visit: https://summer.uchicago.edu/highschool/programs.                       Added: 1/14/14

 

 

University of Dayton Minority Engineering & Technology Enrichment Camp for Young Men          Grade             11                   Please visit website below for the status on the application deadline

            - This program will be in June 2014. This is a week-long camp designed to introduce career opportunities in engineering and technology through college level classes and hands –on experiments. Participants will learn about the college admissions process as well as skills for taking the ACT and SAT. Prospective applicants must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and be from a minority group. For more information including fees and application, please visit: http://www.udayton.edu/engineering/hs_programs/metec.php.           Added: 11/26/13

 

 

University of Dayton Summer Honors Engineering Camp                      Grades Rising 10-12              Deadline: May 2, 2014

            - This summer camp runs June 15-20, 2014.  During camp, you’ll explore engineering through hands-on activities — learn what distinguishes chemical, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering.  Students will Complete engineering projects and experiments guided by our faculty; Design and build robots to solve specific problems; Use your creativity to solve real-world problems; Meet experienced engineers and gain insight into their fields; and Work in state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories.  For more information, please visit: http://www.udayton.edu/engineering/hs_programs/summer_honors_institute.php.              Added: 1/14/14

 

 

University of Delaware Edge Pre-College Summer Program                   Grades Rising 11-12              Deadline: May 1, 2014

            - The University of Delaware Edge Pre-College Program will run from July 12 – August 16, 2014. This is a 5 week program in which students will live on campus in residence halls while taking college courses for credit which are applicable to numerous accredited colleges and universities. Students will also have the opportunity to enjoy trips to major metropolitan areas including Delaware’s beaches and utilize recreational facilities on campus including the library, fitness centers, swimming pools, and student centers. For more information about this program opportunity, please visit: http://summercollege.honors.udel.edu/why.html.                       Added: 1/14/14

 

 

University of Houston STEP Forward Summer Camp                Grades Rising seniors                       Program dates: June 14- June 21, 2014

            - The STEP Forward Camp is a one-week residential engineering introduction program for rising 12th graders. The program is limited to fifty students. Participants stay on the University of Houston campus in a dormitory. UH engineering students serve as camp mentors and counselors.  The STEP Forward Camp curriculum includes: An introduction to the various disciplines of engineering ("What do engineers do?"); Project-based learning (hands-on team project competitions involving engineering design); Site visits to Houston-area engineering companies; Field trips; Panel discussions by working engineers and current engineering students; Fun at the campus sports and recreation center.  For more information about this program opportunity, please visit: http://promes.egr.uh.edu/camps.                    Added: 1/14/14

 

 

University of Maryland Exploring Engineering E2@UMD                     Female students in grades 10 & 11 may apply

            - E2@UMD will be July 6 – 12 and July 13 – 19, 2014. This is an opportunity for female students who have a strong interest in Engineering, Math, or Science to learn about various areas of engineering that include: Aerospace Engineering, Bioengineering, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Students will live on campus, attend lectures, conduct lab experiments, observe demonstrations, tour the campus and facilities, and meet professional engineers. The cost of the program is $900. This includes all expenses except transportation and spending money. Partial to full scholarships are available based upon financial need. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.wie.umd.edu/k12/e2atumd.                  Added: 01/14/14

 

 

University of Maryland Young Scholars Program                        Grades: Rising 10-12                        Deadline: July 7, 2014

            - The Young Scholars Program invites high school students from throughout the U.S. and the world to an exceptional pre-college experience at the University of Maryland. Rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors with outstanding ability and promise pursue academic interests, discover career opportunities, and earn three university credits. This summer, be part of an international, multicultural community and experience university life at Maryland.  The program takes place from July 13- August 1, 2014.  For more information including schedules and an application, please visit: http://oes.umd.edu/index.php?slab=young-scholars-program.                     Added: 01/14/14

 

 

University of Massachusetts Amherst Summer College Experience                    Rising juniors and seniors may apply               Deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

            - Students have an opportunity to explore one, two, or six week residential academic programs from many backgrounds. Optional college credit may be obtained through these college-level courses. Students will live on the UMass Amherst campus, attend field trips, and enjoy other campus amenities. Two week to six week summer programs are June 29 – August 9. Costs for each two week program are an estimate $2,100.  Scholarships are available for specific programs. For more information including schedules and an application, please visit: http://www.umass.edu/summer/.                    Added: 01/14/14

 

 

University of Pennsylvania: Penn Engineering – Summer Academy in Applied Science & Technology 2014                        Priority Application Deadline: March 13, 2014; Final Deadline: May 15, 2014

            - This is a 3 week summer program in which students have an opportunity to earn college credit in each of the following six programs: Biotechnology, Computer Graphics, Computer Science, Nanotechnology, Robotics and Engineering Complex Networks. The program will run from July 6 – July 26, 2014. Students will live on campus and learn what U. Penn offers recreationally and culturally. For more information including schedules, fees, and an application, please visit: http://www.seas.upenn.edu/saast/.               Added: 01/14/14

 

 

University of Pennsylvania, Penn Summer High School Programs                     Please visit website below regarding details of grade eligibility

            - All programs are built around courses taught by faculty, scholars, and experts within small class sizes. Residential programs include academic based opportunities such as: SAT Preparation Workshops, a college writing series, and presentations about the college admissions process. The programs consist of the following: Summer Academies: 4 week non-credit programs (residential or commuter availability) such as the Biomedical Research Academy, Experimental Physics Academy, and Art in the City Academy; College Courses: courses for credit & they range between the Pre-College Program which is residential based versus the Young Scholars Program which is commuter based; other summer programs at Penn: Girls in Engineering, Math & Science (GEMS), Summer Academy in Applied Science & Technology (SAAST), M&T Summer Institute (M&TSI), Summer Mentorship Program (SMP), Knowledge @ Wharton High School (KWHS), Teen Research & Education in Environmental Studies (TREES), Architecture: Summer at Penn, Art: Summer at Penn, and Leadership in the Business World. For more information on these opportunities including when they are offered, schedules, eligibility requirements, costs, applications, etc…, please visit: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/programs/highschool/.             Added: 01/14/14

 

 

University of Pennsylvania Wharton’s School of Business Pre-College Programs                     Grades 11 & 12

            - The Wharton School of Business is offering four summer programs: Leadership, Education, and Development (LEAD) Program.  Leadership in the Business World, Management & Technology Summer Institute, and Wharton Sports Business Academy. The programs are 3 – 4 weeks in length, are led by Wharton professors & guest lecturers, and include site visits to companies. For more information including cost, financial aid, dates, schedules, and how to apply, please visit: http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/academics/pre-college-programs.cfm.              Added: 01/14/14

 

 

University of Pittsburgh College Prep & Leadership Academy- The Bridge                 Grades rising 11-12               Deadline to apply: May 15, 2014     

            - The Bridge is designed to provide the best collegiate preparation experience in the world.  The program is targeted for high school rising juniors and rising seniors who have the intentions of applying to and attending college.  Student participants will be exposed to leadership development experience and college preparation workshops to provide the knowledge and skills to assist with the college application process and making the most of the collegiate experience. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.studentaffairs.pitt.edu/BridgeHome                     Added: 04/14/14

 

 

University of Rochester Summer Residential Program                 For information on deadlines, please visit the website below

            - Students will have the opportunity to live on campus while taking college level courses. Program offerings include: one, two, and three week noncredit courses through Rochester Scholars. Other program offerings are for four or six weeks in length and are for credit. These programs are through Taste of College. Rochester Scholars programs run through July. The Taste of College Summer programs run from June 29 – July 28 and June 29 – August 9. Scholarship information is available as well as application fee waivers. For more information on programs, fees, and applications, please visit: http://enrollment.rochester.edu/admissions/precollege/residential.shtm.         Added: 11/26/13

 

 

University of Southern California Summer Programs                  Grades 10 – 12                       Financial assistance awards are made on a rolling basis in 01/14

             - Have an opportunity to earn 3 units of USC elective credit in a four week program!  Four week and two week program options are available to interested students during July 2014.  In the four week program, you will have an opportunity to enroll in one of 20 possible courses. In the two week program, you can choose to study Architecture, Art, Global Studies or Science. Various activities will be offered on campus including intramural sports, talent shows, and dances. Off campus activities will give you the chance to visit local beaches and other attractions. For more information please visit: http://summer.usc.edu/index.shtml.        Added: 12/12/13

 

 

University of Virginia Leadership on the Lawn                Students in grades 10 & 11 may apply        Deadline: May 1, 2014

            -  Leadership on the Lawn will be July 6 – July 11, 2014. This program is designed to help students strengthen their leadership interest. Participants will live on campus and participate with UVA students and faculty in lectures and interactive problem-based activities. The cost of this program is $800. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.virginia.edu/vpsa/leadershiponthelawn/.                   Added: 02/04/14

 

 

US Performing Arts Camps            Dates vary

            - See and be seen!  Try out a college before you apply.  Improve your skills.  Train with college faculty and top professionals in your field.  For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.usperformingarts.com/                         Added: 03/17/14

 

 

Vanderbilt University’s Summer Academy: Programs for Talented Youth                   Grades 7 – 11             Deadline

               - At Vanderbilt Summer Academy, highly gifted students can soar—learning at a rapid pace in a community of their true peers. As a VSA student, you will live on campus and take advanced courses with Vanderbilt professors, lecturers, and graduate students. You might go on rounds with doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, study nanotechnology with a PhD candidate in an engineering lab, cull through Vanderbilt’s Civil War archives, or let a published author get you started on the next bestselling novel. Outside the classroom, our carefully selected residential staff plan fun and unique social and recreational activities, supervise the dining and residence halls, and help make sure you have an amazing Vanderbilt experience!  For more information including program options, housing, and fees, please visit: https://pave.vanderbilt.edu/ayindex.php.         Added:  05/05/14

 

 

Walnut Hill School for the Arts Summer Programs                     

            - Walnut Hill School for the Arts offers residential summer programs for young artists. Programs are presented in a conservatory style format. Programs offered in the summer of 2014 include: Summer Dance, Summer Dance, Summer Youth Dance, Summer Opera, Summer Theater, Summer Visual Art and Summer Writing. To view each programs’ availability, tuition/fees, agendas, and applications, please visit: http://walnuthillarts.org/admission/summer-programs/.                      Added: 11/26/13

 

 

Wasatch Academy Summer Adventures                Ages up through 18

            - Wasatch Academy is a boarding school in Utah. Students have the option to select from Option 1: Summer Experience which includes six weeks for 3 credits. Option 2: Summer Dash includes a two week non-credit academic review. Students can strengthen knowledge in up to three academic subjects. Some of the course selections in Option 1 include: Foreign Language, Robotics, Math, Computer Game Design, and English. Students will be able to participate in Weekend Outdoor Adventures in locations such as Zion National Park, Moab and Arches National Park and Capitol Reef National Park. Option 1 costs $8,450. Option 2 costs $3,000. For more information including an on-campus schedule and afternoon electives, please visit: http://www.wasatchacademy.org/.                 Added: 05/05/14

 

 

Washington University in St. Louis 2014 Summer Experiences for H.S. Students                     Grades 10 & 11                        Deadline: Session A May 2, and Session B June 6

            - Students must have a B+ or better grade average and have an 1800 or higher SAT score or 25 or higher ACT score. Washington University in St. Louis offers the High School Summer Scholars Program (5 weeks long): enroll in 2 college courses for credit, transferable to most universities; develop academic skills you will need in college, and live in a residence hall. Session A runs from June 8 – July 12 and session B runs from July 13 – August 15. The High School Summer Institutes (3 weeks long): students will be able to explore areas of interest while living on campus. The Writing and Pre-Engineering Institute runs from June 29 – July 11. The Pre-Medical Institute runs from June 8 – June 27 and July 13 – August 1. The Global Leadership Institute runs from June 29 – July 11. Program costs range from $3385 to $6985. An application is available to students and parents for scholarship assistance. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/scholars.  Added: 01/07/14

 

 

Widener University Business Summer Workshop             Must register by June 12, 2014; event is: July 7-10, 2014

            - During last year's Summer Business Camp, Dr. Joe Hargadon and members of the SBA faculty conducted a highly interactive event where the students learned how to start a business. They bought supplies, learned about income statements, and got a taste of what it was like to be a young entrepreneur.  Highlights of the week include: learning about financial literacy, designing a website, working at dollar stores to buy supplies for sale at University Center, selling products at Widener University, bowling in teams, and presenting to parents and guests. . For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.widener.edu/academics/schools/business/workshops/highschool/summer.aspx Added: 05/05/14

 

 

Widener University Engineering Summer Camp              Event is: June 23-26, 2014

            - If you're interested in engineering, Widener's summer camp is the perfect place to start exploring. We’ll introduce you to this exciting field through the eyes of our top-ranked engineering program.  Tuition is $400.00 per session, which includes all laboratory materials and lunches. Students enrolled in the resident camp will be charged an additional $400.00, which includes room and board as well as evening activities.  For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.widener.edu/academics/schools/engineering/outreachprograms/summercamp.aspx.            Added: 11/26/13

 

 

William Paterson University Summer Youth Programs 2014                  Grades 9 – 12

            - There are over 40 Pre-College programs to select from and students have the option to commute or stay on campus in the residence halls. Some of the programs include: Web Page Design, Drawing Anatomy, Fundamentals of Effective Business Practice: An Introduction to the Principles of Management, SAT Math, SAT Verbal, The Art of Cinema, Acting and Auditioning, Summer Writing Institute: Journalism and Fiction, Pre-Law: Anatomy of a Case, 20th Annual Jazz Workshop, Rock Band Experience, Anatomy and Physiology, Future Nurses, Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime, and Experiencing Sport Management Areas. Applications completed prior to June 1, 2014 will receive early registration discount of 10%. Costs may range upward to $1,680. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.wpunj.edu/cpe/youthprograms/.                Added: 05/05/14

 

 

Windsor Mountain International Summer Camp             Grades 9 & 10

            - This is a residential co-ed New England summer camp in New Hampshire. Camp sessions are 2 – 3.5 weeks in length and run from late June through early August. Specialty programs are offered. They include: sailing camp, film camp, performing arts camp, visual arts camp, and three day wilderness adventure trips. Students will have the opportunity to participate in music, arts, sports, theatre, a ropes course, zip-line, rock climbing, swimming, community service, etc… For more information including dates, fees, and an application, please visit: http://www.windsormountain.org/.                Added: 01/07/14

 

 

Windsor Mountain Student Travel Program                     Grades of eligibility may vary per individual program 

            - Students interested in traveling and becoming immersed in another culture, diverse people, diverse food, and communities; various opportunities exist through this organization. Some of the locations include the Caribbean, Peru, China, Puerto Rico, and Southern Africa. For more information including fees, specific programs, and applications, please visit:  http://windsormountaintravel.org/.                        Added: 01/07/14

 

 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Frontiers and Launch Programs                       Grades 9 – 11 depending upon program                     Frontiers Application Deadline: April 30, 2014

              - Summer opportunities in sciences, engineering, technology, math, interactive media, or robotics are available.  Frontiers Programs - students in grades 11 & 12 may apply for these residential programs: science, technology, engineering, math, arts, and humanities. Sessions run through the month of July. Launch Programs - 9 and 10 grade students may apply for these week long programs: biology, chemistry/ biochemistry, interactive media and game development, and robotics. Frontiers and Launch Programs run through the months of July and August. For more information on these programs including fees and application requirements, please visit: http://www.wpi.edu/academics/k12/frontiers.html and http://www.wpi.edu/academics/k12/launch.html.   Added: 03/28/14

 

 

World Affairs Seminar 2014                        Students ages 16 – 18 may apply                 Deadline: May 20, 2014

            - The World Affairs Seminar 2013 will be June 21 – 217 2014 at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The focus with be on World Health Issues and Responsibilities. Interested students must have completed their sophomore – senior year of high school by the end of the 2013-14 academic school year. Applicants must have a strong academic background and be interested in global issues and constructing a college portfolio. The fee to attend is $650. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://worldaffairsseminar.org.                 Added: 01/07/14

 

 

Yale University Global Scholars                  Grade Current 10&11                      Events are: 6/16-6/29, 7/7-7/20, and 7/26-8/8

            - The Yale Young Global Scholars Program for Outstanding High School Students (YYGS) is a pre-collegiate summer enrichment opportunity for student leaders following their sophomore or junior years of high school.  Three sessions will be offered in Summer 2014: Science, Policy, and Innovation June 16-29; Politics, Law, and Economics July 7-20; Studies in Grand Strategy July 26-August 8.  For more information and to apply, please visit: http://globalscholars.yale.edu/.               Added: 12/05/13

 

 

Youth For Understanding USA Summer Programs                     Ages 15 – 18               Deadline: students are encouraged to apply early

             - Summer programs begin mid- to late June and end in late July/early August. Programs are available in various countries in Europe, South America, and Asia. This gives students an opportunity to live with a host family while experiencing cultural immersion. Scholarship opportunities are available towards the cost. Deadlines for scholarship availability range for each program. Partial to full scholarships are offered for programs in over 40 countries. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://yfuusa.org/.          Added: 01/07/14