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SAI - Florence, Italy6/23-7/12 OR 6/16-7/12Florence, ItalyAges 15-18, 3.0 GPASAI and Florence University of the Arts offer students from all academic backgrounds the possibility to enroll in college-level courses while nurturing their knowledge and talents in a safe academic environment. Courses are supplemented by hands-on activities: excursions to centers of Italian art and culture; business, design, and studio art classes; cooking classes in professional kitchens; and fun sporting activities.NOW4/2/2019YES
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SD Mines Fossils (Paleontology)7/7-7/12Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Come study alongside paleontologists and future paleontology graduates. Fossils camp gives students a chance to get messy in the field while learning all about Paleontology.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
YES
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SD Mines 3D & Beyond! (Engineering)7/14-7/19Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Get hands on experience with 3D printing technology. Students will design a product from concept to prototype using computer-aided design and produce a finished product on our state-of-the-art 3D printers.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
YES
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SD Mines Mining & Explosives (Engineering)6/17-6/20Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Learn about mining engineering and the science behind explosives. Field trips to watch blasts are included in this one-of-a-kind camp experience. DAY CAMP - FREE TUITION.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
YES
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SD Mines Wild Weather6/9-6/14Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Campers will join the atmospheric and environmental sciences faculty taking observations of the atmosphere around the Black Hills while learning the basics of weather forecasting.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
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SD Mines Geology Rocks!7/7-7/12Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Students will learn about water, minerals and rocks, geologic maps, and much more.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
YES
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SD Mines Camp Construct (Civil and Environmental Engineering)6/16-6/21Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Spend the best week of your summer designing, building, and testing your own structure, creating energy from waste, watching water flow uphill, and seeing how the earth changes during an earthquake.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
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SD Mines Robotics6/9-6/14Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 11-12Students will interact with SD Mines faculty learning to program microcontrollers, interface with sensors, drive motors, and build a fully functional robot you can control with your smartphone. NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
YES
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SD Mines It's Rocket Science (Physics)6/16-6/21Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Explore some of the many fields of psychics, from Newtonian mechanics and the physics of weather systems; to particle physics, neutrinos and the search for dark matter; to astrophysics. NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
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SD Mines Gencyber Girls Camp6/23-6/28Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 8-11All-girls hands-on camp that emphasize cyber ethics, online safety, cyber security, and defense. NSA FUNDED - FREE TUITIONNOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
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SD Mines ASM Materials, Metallurgy & Forensics6/24-6/28Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Learn about metals, nanomaterials, composites, and polymers. Get hands-on with heat treating, blacksmithing, welding, and casting. Do materials testing (i.e., impact and tensile strength testing) and materials characterization using an optical and scanning electron microscope. DAY CAMP - FREE TUITION.
NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
YES
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SD Mines Green Chemistry7/7-7/12Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Through hands-on experiments and discussions, the green chemistry camp seeks to instill an enthusiasm and appreciation of the role of chemistry in everyday life and to promote a knowledgeable understanding of scientific issues.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
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SD Mines Chemical & Biological (Engineering)7/7-7/12Rapid City, South DakotaGrades 9-12Spend the week doing hands-on experiments in labs and elsewhere. Make friends with other people interested in this essential area of science and engineering while you learn about things like: chemical process design, converting biomass into products, processing of microelectronic devices, creating and purifying biopharmaceuticals, developing high-tech nano-materials and nano-energetics, and more.NOWFirst come, first serve
They recommend to sign up by March
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RISD - Rhode Island School of Design Summer Institute6/24-8/2Providence, Rhode IslandWork alongside distinguished artists, designers and educators from around the globe. Expand upon current skill sets and interests—or try something entirely new. You'll have the opportunity to work in classroom studio space (as available) and access monitored, course-related labs during non-class hours. Courses meet two days per week for six weeks. Enroll in up to two courses.NOWAs long as space is available, you may continue to register up until the day classes begin. Of course, early registration increases your chances of placement in the courses of your choice. Late registrations may also jeopardize processing of required forms and documentation.NO
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RISD - Textiles Summer Institute
6/24-8/2Providence, Rhode IslandMaterial, technique and conceptual development are at the heart of the Textiles Summer Institute philosophy. Small class size and concentrated course structure enable you to create two- and three-dimensional concepts and projects, whether for apparel, interiors or fine art. You'll have the opportunity to work in classroom studio space (as available) and access monitored, course-related labs during non-class hours. Courses meet two days per week for six weeks. Enroll in up to two courses.NOWAs long as space is available, you may continue to register up until the day classes begin. Of course, early registration increases your chances of placement in the courses of your choice. Late registrations may also jeopardize processing of required forms and documentation.NO
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RISD - Summer Institute for Graphic Design6/24-8/2Providence, Rhode IslandRISD’s renowned Graphic Design faculty and visiting professionals help you achieve excellence in design through hands-on and computer-based techniques. Courses are intended for students at all levels of experience, from the creative novice to the advanced professional. Courses meet Monday through Friday for two weeks. With staggered start dates, you can enroll in one, two or three courses. You'll also have the opportunity to work in some classroom studio spaces (as available) and course-related print labs during non-class hours.NOWAs long as space is available, you may continue to register up until the day classes begin. Of course, early registration increases your chances of placement in the courses of your choice. Late registrations may also jeopardize processing of required forms and documentation.NO
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RISD - Summer Design Intensives6/24-8/2Providence, Rhode IslandSummer Design Intensives are an immersive studio experience at RISD focused on specific and experimental topics related to new trends and technology. These programs explore new and experimental components within the concepts of design, fashion and art. Courses meet Monday through Friday for two weeks. With staggered start dates, you can enroll in one, two or three intensives. You'll also have the opportunity to work in some classroom studio spaces (as available) and course-related labs during non-class hours.NOWAs long as space is available, you may continue to register up until the day classes begin. Of course, early registration increases your chances of placement in the courses of your choice. Late registrations may also jeopardize processing of required forms and documentation.NO
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SVA Summer School6/30-7/10 and/or 7/30-8/9, 6/30-8/9Lake Tahoe, CAGrades 9-12Squaw Valley Academy has helped students reach academic goals for more than 35 years. All credits are transferable. Courses offered: ESL, SAT Prep, Math, History, Science, English, etc. Outdoor recreation: hiking, mountain biking, fishing, paddle boarding, rock climbing, etc.NOWFirst week of MayYES
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Webb Junior Scholars Summer Program7/8-17, 7/19-28, 7/17-19Claremont, CAGrades 7-9Paleontology, Leadership, Digital Arts, or Science & EngineeringNOWPriority app deadline March 15
Rolling apps accepted after deadline
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TASIS Summer Program6/22–7/18 or 7/21-8/10SwitzerlandAges 14-18Intensive courses in languages, Visual and Performing Arts, Academic Writing, and International Baccalaureate prep; a wide variety of sports and outdoor adventures; cultural excursions to some of Europe’s most beautiful locationsNOWNo set deadline, but encouraged to apply by end of Jan/early FebYES
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Les Tapies Arts and Architecture Programs6/24 - 7/15 or 7/18 - 8/1FranceAges 13-17Our fantastic art studio facilities are at the full disposal of program participants and students generate an impressive portfolio of work over the course of each summer session. The summer art workshops are located in the heart of Europe and offer exciting excursions to a variety of incredible destinations. The programs at Les Tapies draw on the rich artistic heritage of Provence as well as its unique light and landscape, which has inspired master artists for centuries. A highlight of each session is the full day excursion to incomparable Aix-en-Provence, home of Cezanne.NOWNo set deadline, but encouraged to apply by end of Jan/early FebYES
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TASIS England Programs6/24-8/3, 6/24-7/13, 7/15-8/3EnglandAges 13-17Various programs including academic courses, enrichment courses, elective courses, English language courses,NOWNo set deadline, but encouraged to apply by end of Jan/early FebYES
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MICA Pre-College6/22-7/27, 7/7-7/27, 6/22-7/6Baltimore, MDRising high school juniors and seniorsCollege-level experience at MICA. Students will enhance their portfolio and earn college credit. Courses include animation, architecture, drawing, fashion, fiber, game design, graphic design, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, product design, sculpture, video, virtual reality, etcNOWApril 30YES
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Tulane Pre-CollegeVariousNew Orleans, LAVarious age rangesCourses include Architecture: Digital Design, Architecture: Tactile Design, Basic Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering - Protecting Against Traumatic Brain Injuries, Climate Change, Computers and Musical Creativity, Electrical Engineering - Powering Energy Grids of the Future, and more. NOWThe priority deadline to apply is February 15, 2019. All applications will close on April 1, 2019.NO
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Education UnlimitedVariousStanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Yale, Tufts, Georgetown, MIT, CaltechVarious age rangesPrograms include: American Legal Experience, California Actors Workshop, College Admission Prep Camp, College Tours, Computer Camp, Emerging Writers INstitute, English Immersion, Journalism, Science and Engineering Camps, Video Production Camp, etcNOWYES
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Where There Be DragonsVariousAsia, Latin America, AfricaRange from 15-22Programs include: Mandarin Language, Peace-Building & Conservation, Spanish Language, and moreNOWSpots fill up 3-6 months before departureYES
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Economics for LeadersVariousAcross USAcurrent high school sophomores and juniorsStudents learn from economics professors and leadership instructors selected for their expertise and teaching effectiveness. Morning discussions introduce students to the "economic way of thinking." Afternoon sessions build an understanding of practical leadership skills by engaging students in creative decision-making challenges.NOWEarly deadline: Feb 5
Final deadline: March 15
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Wellesley Pre-College Immersive Program7/7 - 8/1Boston, MAWomen entering their sophomore, junior, or senior yearOver four weeks, students earn college credit by taking two courses, including a college prep writing class and an elective chosen from Wellesley's most popular coursesMid-DecemberYES
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Wellesley Pre-College Exploratory WorkshopsStarts 7/27 and 8/4Boston, MAWomen entering their sophomore, junior, or senior yearDuring one-week workshops ranging from STEM to Humanities to Leadership, students delve deep into a specific subject, receiving a certificate of completionMid-DecemberYES
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Focused Riding7/22 - 8/2Hudson Valley, NYADD/ADHD students ages 12-15A unique two-week co-ed program that combines mountain biking and academic skill-buildingNOWYES
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Summer Film School6/25-6/29, 7/2-7/6, and/or 7/9-7/14Hudson Valley, NYAges 13-18This intensive summer program will teach you the skills filmmakers need. You will write, cast, direct, produce, and edit your own film. Or commercial. Or music video. NOWYES
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Hudson River School Inspired Plein Air Art & Adventure6/25-6/29Hudson Valley, NYAges 8+Every day participants will paint a scene in the oen air. Beginner art instruction includes the use of different mediums, techniques, and colors, to capture landscapes and views in natural light. All materials are included.NOWYES
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Oxbridge Summer Study 2019VariousWorldwideGrades 7-12Students choose a Major and a Minor subject for their duration. Courses include: architecture, banking and markets, acting, advertising, art history, computer science, creative writing, economics, engineering, law, genetics, psychology, zoology, and more. NOWWill accept applications throughout the year until the programs are full.YES
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Summer Discovery - Pre-College Enrichment, Academic, and Internship programsVariousWorldwideVarious age rangesCourses include: acting, architecture, art, business, communications, computer programming, cooking, dance, engineering, film, graphic design, journalism, law, mathematics, music, photography, sciences, video production, writing/English, and moreNOWYES
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Boston University - High School Honors Program6/30 - 8/9Boston, MARising juniors and seniorsHigh School Honors is an exciting opportunity for high school students to study alongside Boston University undergraduates, while earning up to 8 college credits in just six weeks. The program offers more than 80 undergraduate courses in a wide range of subjects, from African American studies to writing—and everything in between, including biology, chemistry, economics, mathematics, philosophy, and visual art. Guidance is provided to help students identify subject areas and courses that are appropriately challenging and applicable to their anticipated college major.NOWThe final application deadline for domestic applicants to the High School Honors program is May 31, 2019. We encourage students to apply early since courses may fill.YES
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Boston University - RISE Internship / Practicum6/30 - 8/9Boston, MACurrent juniorsInternship students tackle research projects under the mentorship of distinguished faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students.
Practicum students conduct group research in a university setting under the guidance of a Boston University instructor. Ideal for students who prefer a structured research environment, the Practicum track is focused on computational neurobiology.

NOWRISE applicants must submit their online application and supplemental materials by February 14, 2019. Recommendations are due by February 21, 2019.YES
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Boston University - Academic Immersion Program6/30 - 8/9Boston, MAStudents entering junior or senior yearThis summer, dedicate three weeks to intensive study of a single academic topic while living on campus at Boston University. Topics include: Introduction to Experimental Psychology, Introduction to Medicine, and Creative WritingNOWThere is no application deadline for the 2019 Academic Immersion program. However, we encourage students to submit a complete application as early as possible, as there are a limited number of places in each track, and we will close the application when the program is filled.YES
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Boston University - Boston Summer Challenge ProgramSession 1
6/16 - 6/28

Session 2
7/7 - 7/19

Session 3
7/21 - 8/2
Boston, MAStudents entering sophomore, junior, or senior year.Summer Challenge students can choose any two seminars from our list of 21. Each seminar is designed to expand your academic horizons through lectures, discussions, individual and group work, project-based assignments—even field trips. Small class sizes give you the opportunity to receive individual attention from our experienced team of college instructors. Seminar options include: Abnormal Psychology, Business: From the Ground Up, Chemistry of Medicine, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Electrical Engineering, Exploring Boston's Culture and History, Film and Literature, International Politics, Journalism, Nutrition, Visual Arts, and moreNOWWhile applications for the Summer Challenge program remain open until two weeks before each session begins, students who apply early are more likely to receive the session and seminar selections of their choice. Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis and only completed applications are reviewed. Once we receive your completed application, we will email you to confirm its receipt.YES
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Boston University - Summer Preview7/21 - 7/26Boston, MARising freshman and sophomoresFor one week this summer, explore fascinating subjects, make new friends, and become familiar with college life at Boston University. Seminars include: Creative Writing: Finding Your Voice, Discovering Biology: Building Blocks of Life, and Introduction to Business: Investing in Your Future.NOWWhile applications for Summer Preview remain open until two weeks before the program begins, students who apply early are more likely to receive the seminar selection of their choice. If you are willing to attend alternative seminars, please rank your selections on the application. Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis and only completed applications are reviewed. Once we receive your completed application, we will email you to confirm its receipt.YS
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COSMOSJuly 7-August 3, 2019UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz.Grades 8-12COSMOS is an intensive four-week summer residential program for students who have demonstrated an aptitude for academic and professional careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Talented and motivated students completing grades 8-12 have the opportunity to work with renowned faculty, researchers and scientists in state-of-the-art facilities, while exploring advanced STEM topics far beyond the courses usually offered in California high schools. Through challenging curricula that are both hands-on and lab intensive, COSMOS fosters its students’ interests, skills, and awareness of educational and career options in STEM fields.ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE JANUARY 4TH, 2019 5:00 PM (PST)NO
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Summer at UChicago - PathwaysJune 24 - July 11 or July 15 - August 1ChicagoCurrent high school freshman, sophomores, or juniors who are at least 14 years oldEach three-week program provides a broad overview of how scholars at the University of Chicago articulate problems and apply solutions in a particular field of study—Economics, Human Rights, Law, Molecular Engineering, Data Science, and more. Through a series of lectures led by faculty members and research associates, students delve into a variety of perspectives and topics. University of Chicago students act as Teaching Assistants, meeting regularly with participants to discuss what they have heard, read, and seen, and working with faculty to provide special opportunities for further learning, such as labs and off-campus trips.NOWPriority deadline: January 23
Regular deadline: February 27
Rolling: May 1
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Summer at UChicago - ImmersionJune 24 - July 11 or July 15 - August 1ChicagoCurrent high school freshman, sophomores, or juniors who are at least 14 years oldIn these undergraduate-level courses, you will get personalized attention from faculty, researchers, and other professionals who will lead you through labs, workshop discussions, field observations, research projects, and other hands-on activities. Whether you’re looking for creative writing workshops, preview courses in STEM fields, or to explore theories of ethics, philosophy, and free expression, the University of Chicago’s summer immersion courses offer you the opportunity to explore a topic of interest in-depth. NOWPriority deadline: January 23
Regular deadline: February 27
Rolling: May 1
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Summer at UChicago - Summer CollegeJune 24 - July 11, June 24 - July 26, July 15 - August 2ChicagoCurrent high school juniorsJoin us this summer to explore new subjects, delve into a current interest with intense focus, and broaden your powers of perception while earning college credit for undergraduate courses at the University of Chicago.As a Summer Session student, you have the opportunity to enroll in undergraduate courses drawn from the regular curriculum of the College at the University of Chicago. You will have access to the same exceptional educational resources available to all students during the regular academic year. All of our classes are taught by distinguished professors and experienced lecturers. In these smaller class settings, you will be able to receive personal attention from your professors and get to know other students in your class well.NOWPriority deadline: January 23
Regular deadline: February 27
Rolling: May 1
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JFCS Summer Internship: Localnot yet postedBay Area10th-12th gradersPaid internships in Bay Area businesses and non-profits
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ODC Dance Teen LabJune 25 - July 13San FranciscoAges 11 - 16Contemporary dance, balletNOW
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KDCD Summer Intensive Dance
multiple summer sessions July 7 - August 15Israelhigh school- collegeIntensive contemporary and ballet training in a residential dance village in IsrelNOW
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Carleton Liberal Arts Experience
July 27 - August 3Minnesotarising 11th gradersFull scholarships avaialble. For African American students or students with an interest in African American studiesNOWApril 5 2019YES
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ACT Young ConservatoryvariesSan Franciscomiddle-high schoolAct out and dream big! At our Tony Award–winning conservatory, students ages 8–19 develop their talents, perform in professional-caliber productions, and gain the confidence to succeed—all in a comfortable, creative, and fun environment.Not yet avaialble
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Stanford Summer ProgramsvariesPalo Alto high schoolA variety of academic and internship programs in various departments from Geology to medicine.NOW
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Notre Dame Leadership Seminars
July 13 - July 24, 2019Notre Dame, INYou must be a current high school junior who will be entering your senior year fall of 2019 and planning to attend college immediately after high school.Leadership Seminars is a competitive, 10-day program on Notre Dame's campus for academically talented students who show impressive leadership within their communities. Approximately 90 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program. Expenses for students admitted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Decisions will be released week of March 18, 2019.NOWJanuary 28, 2019NO
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Notre Dame Summer ScholarsJune 22 - July 6, 2019Notre Dame, INCurrent sophomores and juniors (will be rising juniors and seniors)Summer Scholars participants spend two intense weeks in one of 22 exciting programs of study. We keep the classes small and personal attention from Notre Dame faculty high. The coursework is a true preview of college academics—it is both rigorous and rewarding, and students earn one college credit upon the completion of a program track. Students collaborate on coursework outside designated class times, as they would in any college setting. There is also ample time to enjoy the social facets of college life, especially those unique to Notre Dame. Decisions will be released week of April 15, 2019.NOWFeb 19, 2019NO
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Pre-College Programs at Sarah LawrenceVariesBronxville, NYhigh schoolSummer students connect their passions with the wider world and see firsthand how their endeavors improve our community. They work closely with top-notch professors, getting real-time feedback, which keeps them plugged into the latest industry trends. Residential options give them a taste of living on a college campus, while non-residential options offer scheduling flexibility. Programs include: Playing for Health: Therapeutic Game Design, Filmmakers Collective, Social Justice Collective, Creative Writing Workshop, and Creative Writing Intensive.NOWMay 15, 2019NO
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Duke Summer SessionVariesDurham, NChigh schoolEarn college credit alongside academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer College for High School Students.NOWApril 15, 2019NO
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Pre-College at Brown UnivVariesProvidence, Rhode Island, Alaska, Europemiddle school and high schoolCollege credit courses and courses without credit.NOW
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Wake Forest Summer Immersion ProgramVariesSalem, NCRising sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school and incoming college freshmen who are in good academic standing and have no school suspensions are invited to apply.Biosciences and engineering, business, dance, debate and public advocacy, documentary film, health and exercise science, health and wellbeing, law, leadership, medicine, neuroscience, policy and politics, psychology, sports medicine, technology, visual arts, entrepreneurship, medicine, sports marketing.NOWAccepting apps on a rolling basisNO
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Columbia School of the ArtsVariesNew York, NYAdmission to summer programs at the School of the Arts is open to all who want to study with usOur summer courses in Film, Theatre, Visual Arts, and Writing are created and taught by School of the Arts graduate faculty, as well as by guest artists who are leaders in their fields.NOWNO
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Adelphi Pre-College ProgramAll courses will be held between Sunday, July 22 – Saturday, August 4, 2018.Garden City, NYrising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniorsStudents will engage in hands-on, high impact learning under the guidance of our professors and idustry experts and participate in social programming, college readiness workshops, and excursions to nearby New York City. Subjects include: art and technology, business and entrepreneurship, digital media production, exploring musical theater, human rights and social activism, nursing, psychology and pop culture, studio art, teaching and teacher education, video game programming, leadership institute, sciences, medicine, and healthNOWApplications are reviewed on a rolling basis and will continue to be accepted until the program is fully enrolled.NO
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NYU High School ProgramsVariesNew York, NYVarious age rangesArts and Media, Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, STEM, Education and Health, and Pathways to CollegeNOWYES
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Wolfeboro Camp SchoolJune 26 - July 31Wolfeboro, NHLiterature, Reading, ESL, Language, History, Mathematics, Science, Test PrepNOWYES
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UCSB Summer Programs for High School StudentsProgram Dates: June 23 – August 3, 2019Santa Barbara, CA9th through 11th gradeThe Research Mentorship Program is a competitive, six-week summer program that engages qualified, high-achieving high school students from all over the world in interdisciplinary, hands-on, university-level research. Students will be paired up with a mentor (graduate student, postdoc, or faculty) and choose a research project from a large list of disciplines offered by the program each year. In addition to gaining a deep relationship with their mentor, they will learn about research techniques, gain insight into professional research-based opportunities, and mature their academic goals. The lecture series - GRIT talks - will connect students to some of the best minds among the UCSB research community who present on their ground-breaking research and innovative technology. Along with these academic benefits, the students will be immersed in university life and networked with equally ambitious and curious peers.NOWApplications for the 2019 program are now open through March 15, 2019NO
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UCSB Summer Programs for High School StudentsProgram Dates: June 30 – July 27, 2019Santa Barbara, CA9th through 11th gradeThe Science & Engineering Research Academy is a dynamic, 4-week residential and commuter summer program that introduces qualified high school students to the research enterprise through project-based, directed research in STEM-related fields. Students will take a 4-unit university course where they choose and develop a research topic specific to the track they select, under the direction of an instructor who is conducting active research in that field. Students will develop academic and professional skills by presenting their research findings in a capstone seminar, networking with peers, and experiencing university life in a challenging environment. The lecture series - GRIT talks - will connect students to some of the best minds among the UCSB research community who present on their ground-breaking research and innovative technology.NOWApplications for the 2019 program are now open through April 15, 2019.NO
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Northwestern University College Prep Program3 sessions throughout summerEvanston, Illinoissophomores and juniorsHigh school sophomores and juniors enroll in undergraduate courses for college credit or a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area.Courses include accounting, anthropology, art, art history, astronomy, chemistry, communication, English, finance, French, German, History, Journalism, Marketing, Gender Studies, Journalism, Music, Political Science, Psychology, Radio/TV/Film, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics, Theatre,NOWMay 1YES
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UA Early College - U of Alabama2 sessions, one in June, one in JulyTuscaloosa, ALEnroll in 6 or 7 credit hours, live with other UA Early College students, develop good study habits, work out at the rec center, etcNOWYES
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Skidmore Pre-College ProgramJune 30 - August 3Saratoga Springs, NYcurrent sophmores, juniors, and seniors (current freshman can apply as day students)Take college courses in liberal arts, natural sciences, and studio art while experiencing college life, making friends from around the world, preparing for college success, and discovering Saratoga Springs!NOWMay 1 (deadline for applying for financial aid is April 1)YES
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Landmark Summer Learning OpportunitiesJuly-AugustVT, CO, CArising juniors and seniors, recent high school graduates, current college studentsLandmark College offers summer programs to assist a wide range of students with learning differences. All of the programs are designed to enable students to identify their learning strengths and differences. Students learn specific strategies to be successful in formal academic settings and grow personally and academically in an intentional and supportive academic community.NOWYES
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Susquehanna University Summer ProgramsJune-JulySelinsgrove, PAStudents entering sophomore, junior, or senior yearCourses in theater, music, engineering, leadership, publishing, writing, business, and much more. Visit website for details and full listNOWYES
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