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PreCollege Discovery Summer programsprescott.erau.edu/summer14-18VariesMarchOffers programs on engineering, flight, global security & intelligence and aerospace. Aeronautical University, Prescott, AZ
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Boston College Experiencehttp://www.bc.edu/schools/summer/bce/15-18 Rising 10th-PG gradersDay fee: $2500-5500 Residential: $3000-7000MayFocuses on Business/Finance, Economics, English, Film, Geology, History, Leadership, Public Speaking, Religious Studies, Science, Spanish. Includes college credit. Chestnut Hill, MA
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Davidson July Experiencehttps://www.davidson.edu/offices/july-experience Rising 11th-12th gradersResidential Fee: $3900(+$175)MarchDavidson, NC
This program offers rising juniors and seniors to experience college and take two liberal arts courses taught by full-time Davidson faculty, live in residence halls with other students, and participate in information sessions about the college admission process.This does not offer college credit.
Focuses on sports (basketball. Boating, Canoeing, Golf, Sailing, Soccer, tennis, Volleyball, Water-skiing, Watersports, Weight training, White-Water Rafting, and Yoga) standard education subjects, community service, Religious studies, and Economics. Davidson, NC
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Barnard College - Summer in the Cityhttps://barnard.edu/precollege/summer/summerinthecityRising 11th-12th gradersResidential Fee: $6450 (+$75-150) Day Fee: $4150 (+75-150)MayNew York City
This program offers a one week session as well as a four week session that allow students to participate in seminar style classes and explore NYC as an extended classroom.
Focuses on Acting, Architecture, Creative Writing, Dance, English, Filmmaking, Dance, English, History, Political Science, Religious Studies, Science, Studio Art, Theater, Writing/Journalism. New York, NY
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Mathematics & Science for Minority Studentshttps://www.andover.edu/summersessionoutreach/mathscience/pages/default.aspxBegins the summer after 9th gradeAll accepted 9th-graders attend on full scholarshipsDecember
Andover, Massachusetts
This program allows minorities students to spend three summers preparing for college life and enhancing their STEM skill
Focuses on science and math based courses for minority students. Phillips Academy: Andover, MA
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NYU Tisch School of the Artshttp://tisch.nyu.edu/special-programsRising 11th-12th gradersN/AJanuaryFocuses on Dance, Drama, Dramatic Writing, Filmmaking, Game Design, Photography & Imaging, Recorded Music. Earn six college credits as you train with full-time faculty in emerging media or the cinematic and performing arts. NYU: New York City, NY
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Discover the World of Communicationhttp://audiscover.orgOpen to high school students$775 per course $3000 for "The Film Intensive" courseVariesOffers different programs mainly focused on art based courses, with each course lasting about 1-2 weeks. American University: Washington, DC
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UC Santa Barbara: Summer Discoverieshttps://www.summerdiscovery.com/uc-santa-barbara6 week program: 10th, 11th, and 12th graders 4 week program: 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders6 weeks: $9099 4 weeks: $7499Unknown
Santa Barbara, California
This program offers a true college experience in Santa Barbara that highlights academic rigour and social events to build relationships outside the classroom.
Offers a choice from 100 college credit classes and housing and activities. Typical day starts at 8:30am and ends at 11:00 pm (example of the schedule can be found on the website)UC Santa Barbara, CA
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Brandeis Global Youth Summithttp://www.brandeisleaders.org/Open to freshmen, sophomores, and juniors$2980 includes everything except for the travel cost to Brandeis AprilMust be nominated to get into the program. The nominees are typically ranked top 5%-10% of their class. Students can expect intense academic experience. Brandeis University: Waltham, MA
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Foresight Prep @ Oberlin Collegehttp://www.foresightprep.org/Open to high school studentstuition + room and board: $3481February
This program is a pre-college institute for high school students passionate about social equity and the environment. Our hands-on, four-week summer Institute is designed to empower motivated high school students to take action on urgent issues, followed by a year-round network connecting alumni with real world changemakers.
Offers six different two-week courses: Power of Cities, The Arts, Movements, Food, Business, and Communications.Oberlin College: Oberlin, OH
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Colorado College Summer Sessionhttps://www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/summersession/pre-college/Open to Juniors and SeniorsPre-college block: $4559      Single Block - Block A: $5949  Single Block - Block B: $5949 3/30 to be eligible for need-based or merit aidThe pre college has courses (3 semester hours college credit). The topics are: Exploration of Feminist Theoretical Perspectives in Gender and Sexual Politics in Hip Hop; the study of prose, spoken word, and plays in Cross Genre Writing Workshop; examine contemporary and historical music in Emotion and Meaning In Music; experience the great outdoors in Grassland to Glacier; and confront Shakespeare's tragic understanding of Rome in Freedom and Empires: The Drama of Ancient Politics. Colorado College: Colorado Springs, CO
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Army Educational Outreach Programhttp://www.usaeop.com/VariesUnknownFebruaryvaries
This program is meant to engage students (and teachers) in STEM fields and STEM activites while simultaneously introducing Army interest.
5-8 week program where high school students get the opportunity to work with scientists and use Army technology in STEM based courses to consider their potential future with a STEM career.Varies
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Cornell University Summer Collegehttps://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/Open to Sophomores, Juniors, and SeniorsTwo-week (non-credit): $4,100         Three-week: $6,120    Five-week: $10,220       Six-week: $12,435                                     Note: These charges do not cover the cost of books, supplies, or travel to the program. May
Ithaca, NY/ Online
This program allows students to earn college credit and explore Cornell University by living on campus.
This program gives high school students the opportunity of experiencing life at an Ivy League university. It offers from three - six college credit courses and lets high school students explore major and career options. Cornell University: Ithaca, NY
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Roanoke College Summer Institutehttp://www.roanoke.edu/about/community/programs_offered/rc_summer_instituteRising 11th-12th graders$2,500MayRoanoke, VAThis program is a fantastic opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit while working towards a smooth transition into college. This program offers courses in Creative Writing - Fiction, Statistics & Food, Plague & Pestilence, Things in Contact, Animals in the Humanities, American South's, Elementary Spanish II, and Research experience in Cell Body. Roanoke College: Salem, VA
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Where There Be Dragons Programhttps://www.wheretherebedragons.com/students/find-your-adventure/summer-abroad/Ages 15 - 19VariesVariesVaries
This program allows students to pursue their interest abroad for academic and cultural exposure.
This program offers high school students an opportunity to study abroad and learn about the other cultures from around the World. This program ranges from 4 to 6 weeks. Asia, Latin America, or Africa & the Middle East
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Summer at WPIhttps://www.wpi.edu/academics/pre-collegiate/summer/stem-residential/frontiers?utm_source=redirector&utm_medium=frontiers&utm_campaign=short_urlRising 11th-12th graders$2895 per session $4750 for both sessions $50 application feeAprilWorcester, MA
This program allows students to take classes at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and enhance their STEM skills
This program offers two-week sessions concerning science, technology, engineering, and math specialties and one humanities and art workshop that gives high school students the opportunity to experience life on a college campus.Worcester Polytechnic Institute: Worcester, MA
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Business Is Globalhttps://kelley.iu.edu/IIB/ProgramsandIntitiatives/BIG/page38734.cfmRising 10th, 11th and 12th graders$1,800 fee full scholarships availableAprilIndiana
This program teaches students different cultures, communication styles and languages
This program gives high school students the opportunity to learn new languages (Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and Turkish) in the countries that they are used in. Overall, this program teaches about languages, leadership, and learning throughout a two-week program. Passport is not required.Middle East and North Africa
East Asia
Turkey
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The Summer Science Academyhttp://www.summerscienceacademy.comOpen to rising high school studentsResident: $910 Commuter: $580
College Hill, Westminster, MD
This program allows students to stay on campus and experience life at McDaniels College while sharpening their science skills.
This program offers three, one-week, sessions focusing on science based courses. All students eligible will receive a $40,000 scholarship guaranteed to Mcdaniel College.McDaniel College: Westminster, MD
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NYU Precollegehttp://www.nyu.edu/admissions/high-school-programs/precollege.htmlRising 11th-12th gradersAprilNew York City
With NYU Precollege, rising juniors and seniors can apply to take college-level courses for credit and experience life as an NYU student. Credit-bearing courses are available in more than 30 subjects to fit every interest and academic need.
This program offers an opportunity for rising high school juniors and seniors to explore a college campus and explore the different subjects that you might be interested in, while earning college credit.NYU: New York City, NY
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St. John's College Summer Academyhttps://www.sjc.edu/summer-academyOpen to rising high school students (ages 15-18)$1,000 per weekUnknownAnnapolis, MD
This program allows students to read and dissect great books.
This program offers students who are eager to learn a friendly community where they can do just that. In this community, kids are in a community where their eagerness to learn is appreciated. This program history and science based courses.St. John's College: Annapolis, MD St. John's College: Santa Fe, NM
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National Youth Leadership Forumhttps://www.envisionexperience.com/explore-our-programs/national-youth-leadership-forum-national-security-diplomacy-intelligence-and-defenseOpen to 6th, 7th, and 8th gradersMostly covered by the programMarch
Washington, D.C
This program allows students to spend six amazing days in Washington, DC that will put you on the path to your future in defense. High school students from around the country for this extraordinary opportunity to learn how America monitors potential threats and plan for peace.
This program is a fantastic opportunity for middle schoolers to take STEM based classes on college/university campus'. In order to enroll in this program you must be nominated by your college counselor. Atlanta, GA; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; and Winston-Salem, NC
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Summer Syracusehttp://summercollege.syr.eduOpen to high school students of 15 years or older 6 week program: $2,500
4 week program: $1,500
3 week program: $1,000
2 week program: $500
MaySyracuse, NY
This program allows students to explore their interest with the option of over 40 credit and non-credit classes as well as explore the Syracuse campus and town.
This program gives high school students an opportunity to earn college credit while exploring college majors and experiencing life at college. All of the courses offered are college level. In order to apply for this program one must have an accumulative GPA of 3.0Syracuse University: Syracuse, NY
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Summer Language Academyhttps://www.middleburyinteractive.com/summer-language-academyOpen to 7th-12th gradersU.S. ACADEMY TUITION:
$6,495
STUDY ABROAD TUITION: CHINA
$7,495
STUDY ABROAD TUITION: SPAIN & FRANCE
$7,995
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This program helps students travel and expand their language skills while sightseeing the places around them.
This program is a great opportunity for high schooler to explore places outside and inside of the United States while learning different languages. This is a;so a good opportunity for high school students to meet knew people who are interested in the same things as you! U.S. Immersion,
Beijing, China
Nantes, France
Salamanca, Spain
Granada, Spain
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Brown University Summer @ Brownhttp://www.brown.edu/academics/pre-college/pre-college-courses.phpOpen to 10th-post graduatesResidential Fee: $2,255-9,697 (+$75) Day Fee: $1,752-6,213 (+$75)May
Providence, Rhode Island
This program at Brown University allows students to reside on the college campus while taking classes. They promote students taking challenging courses without the pressure of formal grading and making new relationships.
This summer program held at an Ivy League college offers courses on language, arts, and basic academics while also offering sports such as swimming and tennis. This is a 1-7 week program offering college with their courses. Brown University: Providence, RI
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Carleton College Summer Writing Programhttps://apps.carleton.edu/summer/writing/Rising seniorsResidential Fee: $2,495May
North Field, Minnesota
The Summer Writing Program emphasizes a writing process approach, teaching you how to compose academic papers similar to those you will write in college. The program is designed for college-bound rising juniors and seniors with strong reading and writing abilities.
In this three week session you will receive extensive written evaluations of the three college essays you write during the program. In addition, they will provide a written evaluation of each student’s participation in the program. Six Carleton credit hours (which are equivalent to approximately three college semester hours) are awarded to participants who successfully complete the program. This credit does not count toward Carleton's writing requirement.Carleton College: Northfield, MN
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Hillsdale High School Summer Study and Travel Programs https://www.hillsdale.edu/academics/high-school-study/ Rising 11th-12th gradersThe Land and Literature of England: $4,395 Sir Winston Churchill and World War 2: $4,395 Western Civilization: $4,395 The Roots and History of American Liberty: $2,390Requested by February but will be accepted until each program reaches capacityHillsdale, MI
This program allows rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to earn three college credits on campus or abroad. This offers challenging academic courses.
Program costs include International flight from Detroit and necessary transfers (where applicable) housing and all meals in Hillsdale, land travel via private bus, housing in quality hotels, breakfast/dinner while traveling, all entry/site visit fees, and tuition fees for 3 acedemic credits. Each programs lasts from one to two weeks. The Land and Literature of England: Windsor, Warwick, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Oxford, Bath, London, Canterbury. Sir Winston Churchill and World War 2: London, Oxford, Normandy, Versailles, Paris. Western Civilization: Rome, Pompeii, Venice, Florence. The Roots and History of American Liberty: Gettysburg and Philadelphia, PA, Washington, D.C.
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University of Rochester Pre-College Programshttps://enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege/Intensive Studies/Credit Courses: Rising 11th-12th graders Non-Credit Courses: Rising 9th-12th graders Intensive Studies: Ranges from $4,600-$5,000 Credit Courses: Ranges from $900-$1,022 per credit hour Non-Credit Courses: Ranges from $300-$900 for half day and $600-$1,800 for full day Mini Medical School: March Intensive Studies: April Credit/Non-Credit Courses: MayRochester, NY
This program allows students take classes in their field of interest while making significant contributions to the campus. This program helps students explore career possibilities with the classes they choose to take.
This program helps high school students get a true sense of college, gain new perspectives on acedemic abilities and potential, explore career possibilities, increase awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity, learn in a rigorous and ejoyable environment, and build long lasting relationships with peers whoshare similar intrerests. Intensive Studies: Residential required Non-Credit/Credit Courses: Residential optional
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Terp Young Scholarshttps://oes.umd.edu/middle-high-school-students/terp-young-scholarsRising high school freshmen, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduating seniorResidential Package Fee: $3,750 Commuter Package Fee: $2,550February-June
College Park, Maryland
This program allows students to take a class at University of Maryland for credit. It also allows students to get an extensive tour of the campus and its facilities.
Students who apply must have an acedemic average of 3.25 or better (unweighted), demonstrate maturity, self-discipline, motivation, and a desire to succeed, and
Understand and agree that attendance for the entire three-week program, including the program’s orientation date, is required and mandatory.
University of Maryland- College Park, MD
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Duke Summer Sessionhttps://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students/daytime-coursesCurrent 10-11th graders$8,8954/16/2018
Durham, North Carolina
Students can take a broad range of general classes as well as "special" topics that will broaden their knowledge. This program is also meant to help students create long lasting friendships with their peers and help explore the campus of Duke
Duke University in Durham, NC
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Duke Summer Academy for High School Studentshttps://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/duke-summer-academyCurrent 9-12th graders$6,4254/16/2018
Durham, North Carolina
This three-week, non-credit-bearing program attracts students who represent the next generation of innovators and global citizens from around the world. Students from grade 9-12 are eligible to apply.
Duke University in Durham, NC
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Duke Intensive Stem Academyhttps://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/intensive-stem-academyCurrent 9-12th graders$2,2504/16/2018
Durham, North Carolina
This program allows students to enhance their STEM skills and explore Duke's facilities
Duke University in Durham, NC
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Duke Summer College Onlinehttps://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-onlineCurrent 10-12th graders$3,430
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Binghamton Summer Collegehttps://www.binghamton.edu/admissions/summer-college/Current 10-11th graders$985-2,400Rolling admission beginning in mid-AprilSUNY Binghamton in Binghamton, NY
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Susquehanna University Actor's Studiohttps://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries4/1/2018 to qualify for a $150 discount; otherwise $1,025
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Choral Institute
https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 8-11th gradersvaries$610Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Exploring Legal Careers
https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries4/1/2018 to qualify for a $150 discount; otherwise $1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University i-Engineerhttps://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries4/1/2018 to qualify for a $150 discount; otherwise $1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship (LIFE)https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries$1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Publishing & Editing Institutehttps://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries4/1/2018 to qualify for a $150 discount; otherwise $1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Stream Ecology Institute
https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries4/1/2018 to qualify for a $150 discount; otherwise $1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Summer Writers Workshop
https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 10-11th gradersvaries4/2/2018 to qualify for a $140 discount; otherwise $1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Wall Street Susquehannahttps://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 9-11th gradersvaries4/1/2018 to qualify for a $150 discount; otherwise $1,025Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Susquehanna University Wind Ensemble Institute
https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programsCurrent 8-11th gradersvariesSusquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA
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Colorado College Summer Session
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Summer Writing Institution at Rhodes Collegehttps://www.rhodes.edu/academics/summer-programs/summer-writing-instituterising high school junior and senior $2,000.00Application opens December 1st.June 16-28, 2019 :The Summer Writing Institute at Rhodes College takes place annually for two weeks during June and is a residential academic program committed to developing the critical thinking and writing skills of ambitious high school students. Within the college′s liberal arts environment, students sharpen their reading and analytical skills and learn strategies for writing creatively and critically. At the end of the session, students receive a grade for their work and class participation, earn two college credits (transferable to most colleges and universities), and will complete a portfolio of college-level writing.Memphis, Tennessee
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Steve and Kate's Camp (mentorship program)https://steveandkatescamp.com/dc-capitol-hill/rising eith graders and above. (not for students who are 18)
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Hameau Farm in the Big Valleywww.hameaufarm.comgirls ages 8-14
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The Theatre Labwww.theatrelab.comgrades 9-12
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DCNG Youth Leadership Campwww.dcngYouthprograms.orgAges 11-15
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Camp Hidden Meadowswww.camphiddenmeadows.com 9-11 and 12-17 years old
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TIC Summer Campswww.ticcamp.comdivided into two groups (2-5th graders)(6-10th graders)
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Educational Theatre Companywww.educationaltheatercompany.orgsee link
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Camp Levine (teen apprenticeship program)www.levinemusic.org/campsee link
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Camp Arena Stage www.arenastage.orgAges 8-15
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ID Tech Campwww.idtech.com7-17
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Camp Horizonwww.camphorizonsva.comsee link
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Encore Stage and Studiowww.encorestage.org11-15VariesVariesArlington, VA
This camp has different programs that allows kids in middle and high school to tap into their creative side and enhance their acting skills.
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Georgetown College of Medicine High School Programs (Gateway Exploration Program - GEP)https://som.georgetown.edu/College-and-High-School-InternshipsThis internship is an opportunity for local high school students, who would traditionally identify as underrepresented in medicine, to explore their dream of becoming a physician. Georgetown University School of Medicine in partnership with Mayor Marion S. Barry’s Summer Youth Education Program will sponsor an internship for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are residents in the District of Columbia, attend District of Columbia Public Schools, and citizens of the United States. We are looking for motivated high school students who are interested in attending medical school. The GEP Scholars are matched as interns to various medical departments that correspond with their high school coursework and extracurricular activities. GEP Scholars will also participate in professional development workshops and brown bag presentations focused on health disparities.
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Summer Medical Institute and Medical Immersion Programshttps://som.georgetown.edu/College-and-High-School-Internships
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics- Jr. Wizards Summer Basketball Camp - Sterling, Virginia - Hoops Plus - Session 2 https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/898393-jr.-wizards-summer-basketball-camp---sterling-virginia---hoops-plus---session-2Maximum Age:14$350.00 + $7.00 processing feeEarly Bird: November - March Regular Bird: March- July
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics-Mystics Game Day Clinic - 7/13/2019 vs Las Vegas Aces https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/1030549-mystics-game-day-clinic---7132019-vs-las-vegas-acesMaximum Age:14$35.00 +$3.00 processing feeEarly Bird: November - March Regular Bird: March- July
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics-Jr. Wizards Summer Basketball Camp - Washington, DC - Bender Arena @ American University - Session 2https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/898408-jr.-wizards-summer-basketball-camp---washington-dc---bender-arena--american-univMaximum Age:14$350.00 + $7.00 processing fee
Early Bird: November - March Regular Bird: March- July
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics-Jr. Wizards Summer Basketball Camp - Manassas Park, Virginia - Manassas Park Community Center https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/898411-jr.-wizards-summer-basketball-camp---manassas-park-virginia---manassas-park-commMaximum Age:14$350.00 + $7.00 processing feeEarly Bird: November - March Regular Bird: March- July
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics-Jr. Wizards Summer Basketball Camp - Baltimore, Maryland - The Park School of Baltimore
https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/895183-jr.-wizards-summer-basketball-camp---baltimore-maryland---the-park-school-of-balMaximum Age:14$350.00 + $7.00 processing feeEarly Bird: November - March Regular Bird: March- July
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics- Jr. Wizards Summer Basketball Camp - Bowie, Maryland - City of Bowie Gymnasium https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/895192-jr.-wizards-summer-basketball-camp---bowie-maryland---city-of-bowie-gymnasiumMaximum Age:14$350.00 + $7.00 processing feeEarly Bird: November - March Regular Bird: March- August
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics- Mystics Game Day Clinic - 8/11/2019 vs Minnesota Lynx https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/1030555-mystics-game-day-clinic---8112019-vs-minnesota-lynxMaximum Age:14$35.00 +$3.00 processing feeFebruary- August
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Wizards Basketball Camps and Clinics-Jr. Wizards Elite Skills Camp - Washington, DC - Trinity Washington University https://washingtonwizards.leagueapps.com/camps/898423-jr.-wizards-elite-skills-camp---washington-dc----trinity-washington-university12-17 years old$350.00 + $7.00 processing feeNovember-August
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The Summer Leadership Academyhttp://kidpowerdc.org/our-programs/the-summer-leadership-academysee linkfreesee link
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United States Department of Agriculture: AgDiscovery Programhttps://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/civilrights/agdiscoverymiddle to high school studentsfreesee link
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High School Leadership Institutehttps://dchr.dc.gov/page/high-school-leadership-institute16-18 see linkJune
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Environmental Education Programhttps://floc.org/environmental-education-summer-camp/2nd- 12th GradeFreeJUNE 17 – JULY 26: 2ND – 12TH GRADE
JULY 29 – AUGUST 2: 9TH – 12 GRADE ONLY
Washington D.C
This free program for D.C residents, created by FLOC, is meant to teach children the importance of helping the environment and focuses on letting the children enjoy nature. Examples of actvities your child would participate in include Nature Photography, Hiking, and Survival Technique Courses.
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Data Detectives Camphttps://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data-detectives-camp/index.htmrising 6th and 7th gradersFreeApril
National Center for Health Statistics headquarters in Hyattsville, Maryland
This free program is a one week STEM camp that focuses on teaching 6th and 7th graders statiscal concepts and creating relationships with fellow peers .
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NBM Investigating Where We Live Summer Programhttps://www.nbm.org/learn/teens/grades 7-12, 13-18freesee link
National Building Museum, Washington D.C
Investigating Where We Live brings together creative teens from the DMV to connect with the people and history of Washington, D.C. and share their views of the city. Teens explore the city, learn various forms of artistic expression, meet creative professionals, and design and install a museum exhibition.
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NBM Design Apprenticeship Programhttps://www.nbm.org/learn/teens/grades 8-12, 13-18see linksee link; email for specifics teenprograms@nbm.org.
National Building Museum, Washington D.C
The Design Apprenticeship Program brings together teens and professionals from across the D.C. metropolitan area to design and build full scale projects for the Museum and the city. They meet every saturday of the school year during their session. Spring Program is for returning particpants only, fall session is for newcomers
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NBM Teen Councilhttps://www.nbm.org/learn/teens/grades 9-12see linkApplications begin in August
National Building Museum, Washington D.C
The Teen Council program is a leadership program for high school students that includes designing and facilitating activites for museum visitors and provide activity feedback.
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National Security Language Initiative for Youthhttps://www.nsliforyouth.orghigh school student and recent high school graduates
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Living Latin in Romehttps://www.paideiainstitute.org/living_latin_in_romehigh school student
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Terp Discoveryhttps://oes.umd.edu/middle-high-school-students/terp-discovery
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Princeton University Summer Journalism Programhttps://psjp.princeton.edusenior year in high school
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District of Columbia National Guards Youth Leader's Camphttps://www.dcngyouthprograms.org/youth-leaders-camp11-15
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Oxbridge Academic Programs: Oxford Traditionhttps://oxbridgeprograms.com/Programs/The-Oxford-TraditionGrades 10-12$8,950January
Oxford, England
This program allows students to recieve college credit and pick two courses, a Major and a Minor, from a myriad of choices that includes Medical Science, Business, and Law. They reside at Oxford University and learn how to apply to UK universities.
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Oxbridge Academic Programs: Cambridge Traditionhttps://oxbridgeprograms.com/Programs/The-Cambridge-TraditionGrades 10-12Full Program: $8950
Single Session: $5150
January
Cambridge, England
This program allows students to travel on trips to London and Cambridge while pursuing skills in a variety of interest from STEM to Art.
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Oxbridge Academic Programs: L'Academie de Parishttps://oxbridgeprograms.com/Programs/LAcadémie-de-ParisGades 9-12$8,250January Paris
The Académie de Paris takes place in the Lycée Notre Dame de Sion, in the 6th arrondissement. Students are taught by academics from leading universities such as the Sorbonne and Ecole normale supérieure, by professional artists and practicing clinicians. They choose two courses - a Major and a Minor - from a myriad of options including every level of French, academic immersion courses in French, or academic and creative courses in English. Theses interactive courses, coupled with a full calendar of program activities – including field trips to Versailles and Vaux-le-Vicomte - enable them to safely immerse themselves in Paris and French culture.
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Global Leadership Adventureshttps://www.experiencegla.com/program-types/Middle to High SchoolVariesVariesVaries
This program offers an incredibly wide range of actvities to support students pursue their interest around the world.
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UF Gator Computing Programhttps://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/summer-programs/gcp/Grades 10-11$500MarchGainesville, FL
This non residential program offers students to learn more about computer skills. The Gator Computing Program includes tours of several campus laboratories for an up-close view of a world-leading research environment, as well as a tour of the UF Data Center, home to HiPerGator, the state of Florida’s first supercomputer. Please note that no housing is provided for this program.
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UF Gator Vet Camphttps://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/summer-programs/gator-vet-med/Grades 10-12$100February to AprilGainesville, FL
This is a one week residential program that allows students to explore the Veterinary Medical Profession
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UF Global Health Institute https://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/summer-programs/global-health-institute/Grades 10-12$600MarchGainesville, FL
This one week residential program offers students a chance to research and discuss global issues that affect society.
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UF Humanities and the Sunshine Statehttps://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/summer-programs/humanities/Gainesville, FL
This one week residential program offers students the chance to practice archival study, oral history, digital curation, archaeological excavation, ethical critique, and textual interpretation, students will learn what the humanities do, and how the lessons they generate build an informed citizenry.
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Youth for Understanding USAhttps://www.yfuusa.org/study/high-school-programs/grades 9-12
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Boston University PROMYShttps://promys.orgAt least 14 and completed 9th gradesee linksee linkBoston, MA
PROMYS is a six-week summer program at Boston University designed to encourage strongly motivated high school students to explore in depth the creative world of mathematics
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George Washington University 3 Week College IntensiveRising juniors and seniors Residential: $7,731.00
Commuter: $6,249.00
see link
Washington D.C
This three week program allows high school students to earn college credit and explore their interest in American Politics, Global Governance, or Engineering. College credit can be earned.
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George Washington University 6 Week College Intensivehttps://summer.gwu.edu/6-weekRising juniors and seniors 1 course (3 credits): $8,021.00
2 courses (6 credits): $11,629.00
Online: $5,079.00 (per 3-credit course)
see link
Washington D.C
This six week program allows high school students to use this universities resources as well as take classes in a variety of fields and earn college credit.
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Georgetown A+ Summer Leadershiphttps://www.educationunlimited.com/camp-sessions/display/camp/a-summer-leadershipgrades 9-12
Extended Day Camp $2,295.00
Overnight Camp $2,695.00
see link
Washington D.C
This program encourages students to engage with others and develop their leadership skills.
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Georgetown Public Speaking Institute https://www.educationunlimited.com/camp-sessions/display/camp/public-speaking-9-12grades 9-12
Extended Day Camp $2,295.00
Overnight Camp $2,695.00
see link
Washington D.C
This program is designed to help students build confidence in their public speaking skills, logic, and rhetoric through an interactive and dynamic curriculum that encourages incremental progress through ongoing practice and exercise.
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The Bridge Program in Math and Sciencehttps://www.collegexpress.com/summer-programs/university-of-the-south-bridge-program-in-math-and-science/3708/Rising SeniorsFreeMarch
Sewanee, Tennessee
This program is a three week residential experience at University of the South for students who want to enrich the campuses diversity, learn about math and technology, and potentially go to school at University of the South.
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Student Conservation Association Conservation Crewhttps://www.teenlife.com/summer-program/student-conservation-association-national-crews/14-19FreeMarchVaries
This program has various lengths and locations of their sessions that will allow students to explore their adventurous side and learn wilderness skills.
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Sidwell Counselor Assistant Programhttps://www.sidwellsummer.org/dc-camps/counselor-assistant-program-capGrades 9-10$185- $525see link
Washington D.C
The program allows students to recieve skills in and experience through counseling younger children around the grades 2-5.
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Summer Institute for the Giftedhttps://www.giftedstudy.orgAges 9 -17Residential:$4,595- $5,995 Commuter: $2,995- $4,195see linkVaries
The program allows students to recieve an individualized approach to their academics and personal activity interest at schools of high prestige.
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SEA Expedition Summer Program for High School Studentshttps://www.sea.edu/high_school_programs/sea-expeditionrising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors$5,200see link
Session 1: Sailing Woods Hole to Boston, MA Session 2: Boston, MA to Portland, ME
SEA Expedition is a 2-week offshore summer program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as well as recent high school graduates. Centered on learning by doing, SEA Expedition is a multidisciplinary experience that welcomes students to participate in every aspect of a challenging offshore sailing and oceanographic expedition. SEA Expedition occurs entirely aboard the Sailing School Vessel (SSV) Corwith Cramer, one of two sailing research vessels operated by SEA.
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