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Summer Programs 2019

(Please note that this is a compiled list of programs that have been sent to the College Counseling Office.  If you are interested in a specific program and school, please contact that school directly.)
AMDA
The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (New York City Campus) College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts (Los Angeles Campus). Study, Train, rehearse, Perform and Live on AMDA’s NYC and Hollywood Campuses! Two, four and six week sessions.
amda.edu/high-school-summer-program
 
Abbey Road Programs
Summer cultural immersion and college preparatory programs in Italy, Spain and France. www.goabbeyroad.com
Barnard University Summer Pre-College Program
Programs in science, dance, entrepreneurship, and young woman’s leadership institute. www.barnard.edu/summer
 
Baruch Leadership Academy
Pre-Med, Pre-Law, Entrepreneurship: Baruch College www.baruch.cuny.edu/academy/
 
Bay Path: Summer School
Experience the difference: Summer at the New American Women’s College – online and on campus. Whether you are a college student, community college student, a high school junior or senior.
To register: www.baypath.edu/summerschool
Blueprint Signature Summer Programs
Get ready for college! Personal, innovative and fun pre-college summer programs for students entering grades 9-12!
1. Choose a campus!
2. Pick your courses!
3. Decide how long you want to stay!
 
Boston College Summer Experience Program
Boston College Summer Experience Program: for highly talented high school students who have completed eleventh grade. You will test yourself by taking college-level courses with undergraduate students as you explore subjects not available at your high school. www.bc.edu/schools/summer.html

Boston University Summer High School Program
*Summer Challenge *High School Honors *Research in Science & Engineering * Academic Immersion * Summer Preview * Pre-College online courses. bu.edu/summer/highschool

Carnegie Mellon’s Pre-College Programs
Discover Carnegie Mellon. Advanced placement/early action, fine arts: architecture/art/drama/music and national high school game academy. admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college/ or 412-268-2082
 
Center for Creative Youth: Summer Residency in the Arts at Wesleyan University
Who Should Apply?: Students who are talented in one or more art forms who demonstrate high quality of work, commitment, willingness to explore and solve problems, and the desire and maturity to live in a diverse community of young artists on a college campus. Visit www.crec.org/ccy or call (860) 757-6391 or email ccy@crec.org for more information!

Clemson Summer Scholars
For almost 40 years, Clemson University has offered an academic summer experience for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a true Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes for all students.
http://www.clemson.edu/summer/
 
Cornell University: Summer College
Cornell University's prestigious "Summer College Programs for High School Students," now more than fifty years old, offers three- and six-week academic programs for talented sophomores, juniors, and seniors from around the world.
You can choose from programs in:
*Architecture *Art and Design *Business *College Success *Engineering *Environmental Studies *History and Politics *Hotel Management *Humanities *Law and Government *Medicine *Psychology *Research and Science *Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science.
Limited financial aid is available.
For more information, visit: http://www.sce.cornell.edu

Criminal Justice Camp
This is a one day camp geared towards rising high school juniors and seniors interested in the criminal justice field offered at Albertus Magnus College. http://www.albertus.edu/criminal-justice-camp/ or email: mgallant@albertus.edu
 
Fairfield University: Summer Scholars Program
A two-week program for motivated high school students seeking a college academic and enrichment experience, this NEW program is available to high school sophomores and juniors. Students can select from a wide array of courses in the sciences, arts, humanities, or the social sciences.
*Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher to apply
http://www.fairfield.edu/summerscholars
 
Field School in Historic Archaeology
Field School in Historical Archaeology is an intensive, 10-week experience designed for students in American Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, History, or Museum Studies at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Lectures on history, archaeological methods, and material culture are amplified by hands-on experience in the lab and in the field. Students learn artifact identification by working with one of the best archaeological collections of colonial material in the country and participate in excavation, recording and analysis at one of the nation’s best-preserved 17th-century archaeology sites. Guest scholars speak on the history and architecture of the Chesapeake region and field trips to nearby archaeological sites in Maryland and Virginia broaden students’ perspectives on the state of the art.
For more information: Dr. Tim Riordan at TimR@digshistory.org
http://www.hsmcdigshistory.org/research/field-school/
 
Fordham University Pre-College Summer Program
Fordham Summer Session offers traditional college classes in most major disciplines and an array of special programs during two five-week sessions. There are a few ways in which to begin building your summer schedule. Choose a session and campus or choose a subject as the primary search category. www.fordham.edu/summer or 718-817-4665
 
Gettysburg College -Camp Psych
 An academic summer program focused on psychology at Gettysburg College. The goal of Camp Psych is to provide a window into how psychological science works by exploring some of the significant questions investigated by psychologists. Campers will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology in a fun, challenging, and engaging environment. Campers will not simply learn about cutting edge issues and research in psychology; they will engage in research themselves. The camp will give students an insider view of the field as well as provide preparation for college studies. For more information you can visit http://www.gettysburg.edu/camppsych
 
Girls' Adventures in Math, Engineering, and Science (GAMES)
Girls' Adventures in Math, Engineering, and Science (GAMES) is a week-long residential camp on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. GAMES is for rising 9th-12th grade girls and focuses on different areas within engineering. This year, we will offer seven track options within GAMES: Aerospace, Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Materials Science, and Robotics. Our camps offer an advanced curriculum and hands-on projects during the day, as well as fun social activities, like karaoke, swimming, and volleyball in the evenings. For further information on GAMES, as well as applications: http://go.illinois.edu/games
 
Grammy Camp
Go to summer camp with Grammy Pros! Put on by the Grammy Foundation, get hands-on career training, learn from industry experts, offering performance and music business tracks. Financial aid available. Locations: Brooklyn, New York | Los Angeles, California | Nashville, Tennessee www.grammyintheschools.com

Harvard Summer School
Alongside college and adult students, you can earn college credit in Harvard courses and explore subjects not available at your high school. You study with distinguished faculty, use state-of-the-art labs, and have access to the largest university library system in the world.
More information: http://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs
 
Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp
 Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp – provides high school students with a window into the scientific basis of human health at Lebanon Valley College. Through lectures and hands-on laboratory investigations in state-of-the-art laboratories, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry and medical ethics. Students will learn how laboratory science can be translated into improved human health, and they will engage in investigative experiences that will allow them to apply their laboratory skills to real life problems. In addition, students will interact with practicing professionals in fields such as medicine, physical therapy, toxicology, genetic counseling and biomedical laboratory research. The Health and Biomedical Sciences camp will provide a fun, challenging and engaging college environment in which students will develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be a biomedical scientist and health professional. For information – www.lvc.edu/health-bio-summer-camp/
 
Houghton College: Basketball Camp
Houghton College Sports Camps provide a quality educational experience in a safe and wholesome environment. Houghton offers a variety of summer camps that combine fun, excellent teaching, and a focus on encouraging and developing Christian character while exploring a specific skill or interest.
Basketball Camp offers top quality, professional basketball instruction emphasizing individual attention and maximum participation. Campers receive individual attention, with age-appropriate coaching and skill development, along with evaluation with analysis of his or her game. Each camper will receive a camp reversible practice jersey, basketball and water bottle.
For additional information, please contact: Houghton College Athletics Office at (585) 567-9645 or email basketballcamp@houghton.edu
 
Marist Summer Pre-College
Earn 3 college credits while in high school in business, creative writing, criminal justice, digital movie making, environmental science, fashion, game design, sports communication, Spanish and theatre. For information visit www.marist.edu/precollege
Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Summer Programs
Thought MIT does not offer traditional open-enrollment summer programs where any high school student can come to campus to take courses and live in dorms, several partner organizations run small, specialized programs on campus. If you’d rather study the human genome or build a robot than memorize this year’s TV summer reruns, visit: http://mitadmissions.org/apply/prepare/summer for more info!
Engineering - Junction at MIT -- https://esp.mit.edu/learn/Junction/index.html
 
New Hampshire Institute of Art: Pre-College Summer Program
This program is designed for high school students to develop their college application portfolios and writing samples while earning college-level credit. Work on your portfolio drawings, creative writing, liberal arts elective and a studio elective such as photography, ceramics, illustration, painting and printmaking that will provide an in-depth foundation for your college experience.
Outside the classroom, you will enjoy experiences that will encourage, educate and inspire creative growth within a collaborative atmosphere.
High school students age sixteen to nineteen, including high school seniors, are welcome to apply.
Contact us PreCollege@nhia.edu or call (603) 836-2561 for more information https://www.nhia.edu/community-education/pre-college-program
 
New York Film Academy
Summer Camps for Film & Acting
High School Students ages 14 – 17 and Tweens 10 – 13
Hands-On Intensive Summer Camps:
Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Digital Filmmaking, Photography, Screenwriting, Broadcast Journalism, Musical Theatre, Video Game Design, 3D Animation
For more information, visit: https://www.nyfa.edu/summer-camps/
New York University: Pre-College
Rising high school juniors and seniors are invited to attend New York University’s Precollege Summer Programs –
Earn college credit by taking courses with current NYU students, taught by our outstanding faculty
Immerse yourself in the college experience with a six-week program that provides intensive learning opportunities
Develop writing skills through a free writing workshop that will help your writing stand out in class – and on college essays
Plan for college admission through college-planning sessions and a Summer College Fair
Live in on-campus housing or commute from home while you explore NYU and New York City with other precollege students
For more information: www.nyu.edu/precollege
Email sessions@nyu.edu
Phone (212) 998-2292.
 
Norwich University: Leadership Opportunities
The New England Youth Leadership Conference – is nationally recognized by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and a great way for your students to add to their college resume. Conducted four times per year, students learn about citizenship, the Constitution, free enterprise, effective communications, climbing wall, leadership reaction course and much more.
Future Leader Camp (FLC) – is designed to focus on individual and team skill development. Each participant is evaluated on their leadership potential during the program and receives a formal evaluation as a transcript. Participants face daily challenges as we test their initiative, develop their self-confidence, and challenge their strength of character.
Both programs are open to rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors and accepted applicants into Norwich University. Academic success is a must and participants are required to possess a 2.5 GPA or above. FLC is NOT a military “boot camp” for disciplinary problems.
Additional information may be obtained at: http://www.norwich.edu/undergraduate-admissions/leadership-camps-weekends/flc/flc-application
Office (802) 485-2531
 
Otis College of Art & Design: Summer of Art
Los Angeles, California –
Four-week College Preparatory Program
http://www.otis.edu/soa or soa@otis.edu (310) 665-6864
 
Oxford: Advanced Studies Program
Aimed at high school students who have their sights set on a competitive college and who seek a well-organized and intellectually engaging summer program, the OASP Summer School offers a stimulating academic experience combined with an exciting range of activities and visits, ensuring that our students leave with more than a taste of England’s rich heritage. This residential course encourages academic maturing and gives and excellent foretaste of college life. Applicants must have at least completed tenth grade by the time the summer school begins. Key features include:
Wide range of stimulating classes
Small seminar groups and one-to-one tutorials
Full program of cultural activities and trips
Residential setting in the heart of the university precinct
Optional workshops in the arts and sports
For more information, visit: http://advancedstudiesprogram.com/ or oxedge@optonline.net
 
Pratt Institute: Pre-College Summer 2017
Each summer, approximately 400 high school students seize the opportunity to experience college-level study in Pratt Institute’s Pre-College Program. The schedule consists of two courses that are college credit-bearing classes, and two non-credit, pass/fail courses designed to supplement the core curriculum, as well as lectures and cultural and social events. This is an intensive full-time program; classes meet Monday – Friday, and extracurricular activities are scheduled evenings and weekends. Upon successful program completion, students earn a total of four elective credits toward their college transcript.
Visit: https://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing-education-and-professional/precollege/summer-programs/schedule/
 
Purdue University – Seminar for Top Engineering Prospects (STEP)
This seminar provides a dynamic, one week opportunity to explore the many disciplines within engineering and the exciting future career opportunities that they bring. During your week in the STEP program, you will be placed on a team of four students with whom you will learn fundamental engineering design skills that you will put to use in a multifaceted engineering design competition. You will attend various demonstrations, engineering lectures, and partake in tours of both Purdue and local engineering companies, all of which will give you the feel of being an engineering student. With this experience you will be able to get a glimpse into what campus life is all about.
The program welcomes all rising High School Seniors (graduating in Spring of 2018) who are considering any engineering discipline as their college major. Ideally, you will have completed three years of high school mathematics and one year of chemistry or physics by the summer of 2017.
Contact Us:
College of Engineering Honors
Purdue University
Phone: +1 (765) 494-7217
E-mail: step@purdue.edu
www.engineering.purdue.edu/Engr/InfoFor/Honors/STEP
 
Roger Williams University Summer Academies
RWU will once again hold summer academies in both Architecture and Visual Arts. Your students will learn from our experienced faculty members, through hands-on research projects and in the field, as they travel throughout the region on day trips. Our summer academies will give your students a truly unique college experience. www.rwu.edu/academics/specialopportunities/summer_programs
 
Rochester Institute of Technology College and Careers Program
(For rising seniors) The 22nd annual College and careers program at RIT is an amazing opportunity for you to explore career options through interactive academic sessions. These sessions include personal hands-on experience, demonstrations and discussions. For details go to www.admissions.rit.edu/careers
 
Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program
Since 2013, the Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program has been turning high school students into actively engaged citizens in their communities. After participating in the summer program, former students have gone on to receive such accomplishments as scholarship awards, grant funding for their projects, recognition in school and local newspapers, and leadership roles in various clubs and organizations. Located at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum – Simi Valley, CA.
More Information:
www.reaganfoundation.org/education/student-leadership-program/

Sacred Heart University Pre-College High School Summer
For rising juniors and seniors. You can take a university course, earn three college credits and get a jump start on your future college education. Eleven college courses are being offered. For questions contact Angela Pitcher at 203-371-7942 or pitchera@sacredheart.edu
For More information: www.sacredheart.edu/admissions/undergraduateadmissions/pre-collegeprogram/

Sacred Heart University - Computer Camps
iD Tech Camps, Ages 7-17
WEEKLONG | CO-ED | DAY CAMPS | OVERNIGHT CAMPS
COURSE TOPICS: VIDEO GAME DESIGN, PROGRAMMING, APPS, WEB DESIGN & MORE
We offer a variety of cutting-edge summer camp courses for beginner through advanced learners. Kids and teens learn one course topic per week, specializing in video game design, iPhone® app development, Flash® animation, programming, video editing and more – using the best brand name products from Adobe®, Apple®, Autodesk®, Google, Microsoft® and beyond. Come explore the college campus and gain skills that will last long after summer camp ends. For Course Availability, Tuition & Dates, please visit: http://www.internaldrive.com/locations/ct-summer-camps-connecticut-computer-camps/sacred-heart-university-fairfield/
 
Saint Joseph College: CREC Summer Institutes
CREC Summer Institutes
“Summer Institutes offer a Diverse Cultural Academic Experience and a Residential Life Opportunity”
It's that time again...Saint Joseph College and the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) will host residential summer institutes for high school students! Juniors and seniors will have the opportunity to experience college life while living on the Saint Joseph College campus. Students throughout the state will choose one of the following exciting, challenging, and intensive courses and earn three college credits. They are:
Institute for Science and Mathematics:
Biotechnology: Designed to introduce students to the vast field of Biotechnology with scientific-concepts and hands-on lab activities.
Health and Medical Science: Explores the science and art of analyzing and promoting healthy behaviors such as nutrition, exercise, stress management and other lifestyle choices.
Introductory Psychology: Provides a broad and inclusive overview of the study of the approaches, methods and subject matter of psychological inquiry.
Political Psychology: Examines the inter-relationships between the studies of politics and psychology.
Each of the Institutes provides the opportunity for students to examine their topics through class work, field trips, guest speakers and projects. The Institutes are directed by College faculty members:
Information can be obtained at
http://www.usj.edu/about-us/news-events/news-archive/crec-summer-institutes-university-of-saint-joseph/
For questions or further details, please call the CREC Office of Interdistrict Grants at 860.524.4012 or email interdistrictgrants@crec.org.
 
Skidmore College: Summer Pre-College
Skidmore's Pre-College Program is a summer experience for highly motivated and talented high school students. The 5-week program offers them the opportunity to engage in college-level study in the liberal and studio arts with distinguished Skidmore faculty. Your students can:
*Earn college credit
*Take a liberal arts course, a studio arts course, or one of each
*Live in a college residence hall
*Join our vibrant summer community of artists, writers, and scholars
*Meet students from across the country and around the world
For detailed information including course and program descriptions and application materials, visit the Skidmore Pre-College Program at www.skidmore.edu/precollege
PLEASE DIRECT INQUIRIES TO:
Michelle Paquette, Director
Pre-College Program in the Liberal and Studio Arts
Office of the Dean of Special Programs
Skidmore College
815 North Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
518-580-5457
mpaquett@skidmore.edu
 
Stevens Institute of Technology: The Stevens Summer
Offers project-based learning, hands-on research; access to industry professionals through site visits to Fortune 500 companies, a true residential college experience, and an edge in the college admissions.
ECOES (Exploring Career Options in Engineering & Science) – Three (3) two-week sessions
Business Program – Two (2) one-week sessions
Computer Science Program – One (1) one-week session
Multimedia Production Program – One (1) one-week session
Learn more at: http://www.stevens.edu/summer or contact (800) STEVENS or admissions@stevens.edu
 
Stony Brook University – Summer Programs
Stony Brook offers an exciting variety of opportunities for high school students, ranging from genuine hands-on research to credited summer courses that can jump-start your college career.
*Biotechnology Summer Camp
*Engineering Summer Camp
*Mathematics Summer Camp
*Oceanography at Stony Brook Southampton
*Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists
*Science and Research Awareness Series (SARAS)
*Simons Summer Research Fellowship
For more information, visit: http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/highschool.shtml
 
Summer Fashion Lab
The Fashion Lab is open to high school students in grades 10 through 12 and recent high school graduates. Choose between the Saturday or Summer Fashion Lab to begin learning the business of fashion.
The Summer Fashion Lab at the Laboratory Institute of Merchandizing is a perfect opportunity to get an up-close, hands-on view of the fashion industry in New York City. For information, go to www.limcollege.edu/summerfashionlab
 
Summer at Georgetown
Georgetown’s Pre-Collegiate Programs offer the opportunity to experience life as a college student, without the pressure of grades. These non-credit programs span from accelerated, one-week institutes to three-week programs that equip you with the tools needed for college success. As a student, you will engage in hands-on learning, study alongside classmates from around the world, and explore exciting areas of study. http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summer-programs-for-high-school-students/pre-collegiate-programs
 
Summer Session Yale College
Yale Summer Session offers courses during the summer for Yale students, qualified undergraduate students from other colleges and universities, students about to enter their last year in high school, and adult learners. Additional programs offered through Yale Summer Session include: Study Abroad, English Language Institute, Online Courses, Writers' Conference, Drama and Film, and Foreign Language Courses.
Students experience a collegiate academic setting and earn college credits. Pre-college students, including those who have just graduated from high school, must live on campus unless they live with their family within commuting distance of New Haven. There is tuition for this program.
Contact: Yale Summer Session at 203-432-2430 or http://summer.yale.edu/ or session@yale.edu
 
Syracuse University – Summer Programs
*Architecture *Engineering *Forensic Science *Law & Legal Communication
*Liberal Arts *Media Literacy *Popular Culture & Democracy
*Public Communications *Writing
Summer College for high school students offers a broad range of 2-, 3-, 4- and 6-week programs that represent the various colleges and schools at Syracuse University. Check out some of last summer’s programs on our web site, as new/updated program information will be available in December!
http://summercollege.syr.edu/
Summer College for High School Students
700 University Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13244-2530
sumcoll@syr.edu
Phone: 315-443-5000
Fax: 315-443-4410
 
The Academy’s Conservatory for Young Actors
“A Serious Summer Acting Experience for Today’s Talented Youth”
Los Angeles – July 2016
Classes for Beginning and Experienced Students: acting, voice, movement, improv, stage combat and more plus alumni guest speakers, industry behind-the-scenes tours, and a final presentation for family and friends.
Visit https://www.aada.edu/programs/youth-summer/ for more information!
 
The Art Institute of Boston: Summer Pre-College
Study art in a college environment with professional artists. Our pre-college programs are especially designed to challenge your imagination and encourage your creative growth. Visit: http://www.lesley.edu/aib/curriculum/precollege.html
 
The Brown Leadership Institute
The Brown Leadership Institute helps students make a positive difference in the world. Students develop and apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with effective and socially responsible leadership.
Chose from either the Brown Leader Institute, courses taught in Brown classrooms while students live on-campus and participate in on-campus and co-curricular activities – OR – the Brown Environmental Leadership Lab (BELL), where students learn and live outdoors and enjoy a full program of study focusing on the natural environment.
For a list of Brown Leader Institute Courses and Brown Environmental Leadership Lab Courses, visit: http://www.brown.edu/summer.
The College of New Jersey: Bonner Summer Fellows Program
This program provides the unique opportunity for motivated high school students to experience college over the summer by living on TCNJ’s campus, taking a college course, actively participating in community-service projects, and engaging in social activities through the guidance of TCNJ faculty and the Bonner Community Scholars Corps. - https://precollege.tcnj.edu/courses/bonner-summer-fellows/
 
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting, based at Boston University's College of Communication
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting, based at Boston University's College of Communication is offering an Investigative Journalism Workshop for High School Students. The two-week workshop will give participants hands-on and academic training in investigative reporting as well as the opportunity to work on investigative stories that could be published in school newspapers or in major media outlets in New England. Students will spend two weeks on the BU campus participating in investigative reporting seminars led by university faculty as well as award-winning local and national journalists. They will learn how to come up with investigative story ideas, conduct effective interviews, do computer-assisted reporting and present their findings in print, on TV, and on the web. To find out more about the workshop go to www.studentprograms.necir.org or email summerworkshop@necir-bu.org.
 
Tufts University: Summer Study
Tufts Summer Study allows talented students the opportunity to catch a glimpse of college life, explore a possible major, prepare for college admission, and earn college credit through five pre-college programs:
*The Tufts Summer Writing Program
*Foundations of Law & Ethics
*Health Science Honors
*Bioinformatics Inquiry through Sequencing
*College Courses for Seniors
More information: http://ase.tufts.edu/summer
 
UConn’s Explore Engineering Program
For one week the School of Engineering introduces 10th and 11th graders to engineering concepts and stimulating hands-on experiments pertaining to engineering. Students are introduced to twelve exciting engineering curriculums offered as majors at UConn’s School of Engineering.
For information: www.engr.uconn.edu/explore-engineering/
contact: Kimberly Duby or Marty Wood at 860-486-5466 or email at kaa@engr.uconn.edu.
 
United States Air Force Academy USAF Academy, CO
The USAFA Summer seminar allows high-performing high school students to spend one week at the United States Air Force Academy at the conclusion of their junior year. In addition to living on the Air Force Academy's campus, Summer Seminar features a week filled with numerous academic workshops (of the students' choice) and some intramural sports. Moreover, this experience allows students to take a Candidate Fitness Assessment, get some brief drill and ceremony exposure, attend a few informational admissions meetings and go through the "doolie for a day" program (freshmen at the Academy are frequently referred to as "doolies"). The Summer Seminar allows high school students to gain an insight to the numerous facets of the complex freshmen year at the Academy.
More on Summer Seminar… http://academyadmissions.com/#Page/Summer_Seminar
Learn more about the United States Air Force Academy http://www.csocollegecenter.org/usafa.
United States Coast Guard Academy New London, CT Academy Introduction Mission (AIM) Summer Program
Academy Introduction Mission (AIM) is a one-week summer program that provides high school students the chance to test the waters and to see if the Academy is right for them. If a student is selected, he or she will experience the rigor, discipline, and rewards of the Academy just like a cadet for a week in July following his or her junior year in high school. Students will meet faculty and staff; learn about our academic, military, and athletic programs; talk with cadets who have sailed on Eagle, flown aircrafts, and started their leadership journey. Students will also have the chance to meet with Coast Guard professionals who are protecting our nation right now. Success at AIM is a good indicator of success at the Coast Guard Academy.
http://www.uscga.edu/display.aspx?id=14099

UConn Pre-College High School Program
The Pre-College Summer at UConn program is a serious academic opportunity offering rising high school juniors and seniors (Class of 2017 or 2018) the chance to study and live on a top-ranked public university campus. Pre-College Summer offers four challenging and intensive one-week sessions to choose from. precollege-summer.uconn.edu

University of Massachusetts: Amherst
For rising high school juniors & seniors, offering one, two or six week residential academic programs from many majors across the nine colleges that comprise UMASS Amherst. Examples: Juniper Young Writer’s Institute, Jazz in July, Honors Summer Institute for Leadership and Sustainability, Design Academy or Contemporary Studio Arts, and more.
Student will live on the UMASS Amherst campus and will have multiple opportunities for field trips, excursions, and other residential life activities planned with student input. They’ll enjoy full access to the UMASS Campus Recreation Center and will enjoy meals by our award-winning UMASS Dining Services.
There are a small number of $500 scholarships available for specific programs.
For more information, please visit: http://umass.edu/summer or email summercollege@provost.umass.edu.
 
University of New England
UNE is offering three two week pre-college summer courses in: Coastal Marine Sciences, Neuroscience and Creative Writing. For information, visit www.une.edu/oce.
 
Washington University in St. Louis: Summer Experiences
Experience Washington University the summer after your sophomore or junior year!
High School Summer Programs (5 weeks, credit-granting)
Enroll in two college courses for credit, transferable to most accredited universities. Develop academic skills through our specialized seminars to give you a head start towards your college career. Live in a residence hall and enjoy social and cultural opportunities with other scholars from around the world.
High School Summer Institutes (3 weeks, non-credit-granting)
Explore an area of interest under the guidance of Washington University instructors. Live on campus and gain valuable academic experience.
Choose from one of our three institutes: Writing, Pre-Medical, Photojournalism.
Visit http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu
 
Waynesburg University: Sports Announcing Camp
Learn the tricks of the trade by professional Sports Announcers. “Our camp offers the theories and practical experience. We are most fortune to have three gifted presenters who have enjoyed extremely successful careers and who are anxious to share their advice with young people.” – Lanny Frattare
To register: www.waynesburg.edu/sportsannouncingcamp
(724) 852-3373
 
William & Mary Pre-College Programs
We 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.
This fast-paced, in-depth and immersive course will offer a variety of approaches to studying the past, but the chief feature will be classes conducted "on site" at the abundant historic places in the Chesapeake region. Readings and classroom work at the College will set the stage for the site visits by providing essential background on the wider context of American development.
http://www.wm.edu/as/niahd/precollegiatesummer/index.php
 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Summer Programs
WPI Frontiers is an on-campus, residential, research and learning experience for soon-to-be high school juniors and seniors. Frontiers blends science, technology, and engineering programs with humanities and arts workshops and a full schedule of social activities. Two separate sessions of Frontiers are offered, allowing participants the flexibility to choose one of the 12 academic programs including Biomedical Engineering which is new this year, and a humanities and arts workshop offering in Session I, immerse themselves in Robotics or, new this year, Global Sustainability, in Session II, or attend both sessions! This program is a great way for pre-college students from around the globe to test their interest in these areas and get a closer look at what college life is all about. Additional information is available at http://wpi.edu/+frontiers
WPI Launch is a learning and research opportunity designed for students entering their freshman and sophomore years in high school. Launch is a five-day program offering workshops in biology, chemistry/biochemistry, computer science, interactive media, game development and robotics. Additional information is available at http://wpi.edu/+launch
Other WPI summer opportunities are available at http://wpi.edu/+summer – should you have any questions about these programs or WPI, please feel free to contact us at admissions@wpi.edu.
 
Workshop at Susquehanna University
An exciting weeklong experience now in its 25th summer, the Writers Workshop at Susquehanna University provides America’s most talented high school writers with the opportunity to work in intensive, small-group workshops headed by nationally recognized authors. The Writers Workshop features workshops in fiction, memoir, and poetry. Class sizes are limited to 15 students in order to ensure close supervision and individual conferencing.
The Writers Workshop is open to experienced writers entering 11th or 12th grade in the fall of 2017. Contact: writerswork@susqu.edu
More Information: www.susqu.edu/about-su/in-the-community/summer-high-school-programs/writers-workshop