Academy of Business Leadership – Summer Business and Leadership Institute
The Academy of Business Leadership offers programs for future leaders held on five college campuses of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); Loyola Marymount University (LMU); University of Southern California (USC); California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA); and California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). During SBLI, participants are taught by talented MBA graduates from top universities. They also create business plans, invest in a fictitious stock portfolio, go on field trips to fortune 500 companies and leading institutions and corporations, create a personalized action plan for college, and learn leadership skills and core values. ABL scholars get a 10-to-20 year head start, inspiring them to see themselves as Leaders NOW who will rise to become the future conscious, conscientious & transformational corporate, entrepreneurial, social entrepreneurial, philanthropic, and civic leaders of America & the world, while inculcating in them the value of Giving Back NOW. Students learn about life on a college campus from our college-aged leadership support site staff and from university administration. After SBLI, students have the opportunity to apply for the year-long advanced leadership training programs including: Building Outstanding Leaders Today (BOLT), Business and Leadership 2.0, ABL Ambassadors, and the ABL Leadership Institute. advanced leadership program and the ABL Leadership Institute.
For more information, please visit: http://www.goabl.org/
Army Educational Outreach Program – High School Apprenticeship Program
HSAP provides current high school juniors and seniors with an authentic science and engineering research experience alongside university researchers sponsored by the Army Research Office. Though this commuter program students will develop skills in Army critical science and engineering research areas in a university lab setting to prepare them for the next steps of their educational and professional career.
For more information, please visit: http://www.usaeop.com/programs/apprenticeships/hsap/
Army Educational Outreach Program – Research and Engineering Apprenticeship Program
REAP is a summer STEM program that places talented high school students, from groups historically under-represented and underserved in STEM, in research apprenticeships at area colleges and universities. REAP apprentices work under the direct supervision of a mentor on a hands-on research project. REAP apprentices are exposed to the real world of research, they gain valuable mentorship, and they learn about education and career opportunities in STEM. REAP apprenticeships are 5-8 weeks in length (minimum of 200 hours) and apprentices receive a stipend.
For more information, please visit: http://www.usaeop.com/programs/apprenticeships/reap/
Army Educational Outreach Program – Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program
SEAP matches practicing DoD scientists with talented high school students creating a direct mentor-student relationship that provides students with training that is unparalleled at most high schools. SEAP participants receive first-hand research experience and exposure to Department of Defense laboratories. SEAP fosters desire in its participants to pursue further training and careers in STEM.
For more information, please visit: http://www.usaeop.com/programs/apprenticeships/seap/
Assistance League – Assisteens Auxiliary
We are proud to continue to encourage and provide volunteer opportunities for today’s youth. Assisteens membership is open to young women and men in grades 7 to 12. The goals of participation are to develop a sense of community responsibility, self-reliance, personal responsibility, public speaking and leadership skills.
Assisteens raise money to fund ongoing philanthropic programs to benefit the community. Each Assisteens Auxiliary may choose their own programs and assist the chapter with their programs and fundraisers. Some examples of current programs include teen mentoring, meals for homeless shelters, hygiene kits, backpacks for foster children, visits to senior centers and reading programs.
For more information, please visit: https://www.assistanceleague.org/volunteer-opportunities/assisteens/
Bank of America – Student Leaders
Every year, Student Leaders® connects promising high school juniors and seniors to jobs that help prepare them for a brighter future. The program recognizes high school students that step outside the classroom to serve their own communities, and beyond. Student leaders are awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in the Student Leadership Summit.
For more information, please visit: http://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/global-impact/student-leaders.html#fbid=MSSUNX-Ere1
Best Friends Animal Society
Best Friends Animal Society Los Angeles is working collaboratively with animal rescue groups, city shelters and passionate individuals who are all dedicated to the mission of making Los Angeles a no-kill city. As part of this mission, Best Friends hosts adoption and fundraising events, runs the Best Friends Pet Adoption & Spay Neuter Center in Mission Hills, and leads the NKLA initiative.
For more information, please visit: http://la.bestfriends.org/
Boston College – Math Experience
This engaging and creative program is designed to challenge high school students with a strong interest in and talent for mathematics. Students earn 6 college credits and experience college life on the beautiful Boston College campus.
Students in this program will participate in math courses that are focused on topics outside of what is typically covered in a high school setting but does not require a background in Calculus. Under the guidance and instruction of faculty from the Mathematics Department and supported by graduate students in the field, students will have the opportunity to learn and explore a variety of problem solving skills. Their classroom experience will be supplemented with a Math workshop with an emphasis on collaborative problem solving. Students will also have access to supported evening study sessions.
For more information, please visit: https://www.bc.edu/schools/summer/bce/programs/Six-WeekPrograms/math.html
Boston College Experience (BCE) Honors Program
The BCE Honors program for high-school students offers a comprehensive experience which allow you to experience college life first-hand, and tackle the seemingly-intimidating college search. Taking two university-level courses, working towards six college credits, serving the community, receiving mentorship, and engaging with fellow students, faculty and peer advisors help you to become familiar with independent student life. The BCE honors has proudly hosted talented high-school students to live and learn for twenty-years on the heights!
For more information, please visit: http://www.bc.edu/schools/summer/bce/programs/honors.html
Boston University – High School Honors Program
The High School Honors program offers academically motivated rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit while they get a taste of undergraduate life. High School Honors challenges students to study alongside Boston University undergraduates, where they can earn up to eight college credits in just six weeks. The program offers more than 80 undergraduate courses such as economics, chemistry, and philosophy. Guidance is provided to help students identify subject areas and courses that are appropriately challenging and applicable to future college work.
For more information, please visit: http://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/honors/
Brandeis University – Summer School
Brandeis Summer School offers advanced high school students the opportunity to experience college courses on a commuting basis. High school students who have completed their Junior year of High School can test their readiness for college, explore subjects that are not available in high school, and earn college credit.
These courses are drawn from the regular Brandeis curriculum and the courses are often taught by the same instructors who teach them during the academic year. You’ll be in small classes of approximately 10 students with undergraduates from Brandeis and other colleges and universities across the country.
For more information, please visit: https://www.brandeis.edu/summer/registration/hs-students/index.html
Brown University – Pre-Baccalaureate Program
Interested in getting a head-start on college credit, exploring fields of study you may undertake as possible majors, and experiencing the rigorous education of an Ivy League Institution? Brown’s Pre-Baccalaureate Program is a highly selective program designed to engage college-ready high school students in college-level learning. In this seven-week summer session, you will take 1-2 classes alongside Brown undergraduates, earn college credit, and experience the rigors and deep satisfaction of Ivy League learning.
For more information, please visit: https://precollege.brown.edu/prebaccalaureate/
Brown University – Summer@Brown
Summer@Brown offers courses that are designed for students looking to experience college-level academics on an Ivy League campus. Reflecting Brown’s broad liberal arts curriculum, Summer@Brown features nearly 200 courses, designed and taught at the level of first-year college courses, and ranging in length from one to four weeks. Resting on the principles that are at the core of a Brown undergraduate education and its open curriculum, the program shifts the focus away from grades and credits and towards learning itself.
For more information, please visit: https://precollege.brown.edu/summeratbrown/
California Institute of the Arts – CSSSA Creative Writing Program
The CSSSA Creative Writing Program offers personalized and interactive workshops for approximately seventy talented and motivated young writers. A faculty of four professional writers guide and instruct students in the techniques of fiction, poetry, memoir, and dramatic writing.
We’re looking for students who have the courage to be themselves on the page. We’re looking for students who love language. We’re looking for students who want to tell their own stories: stories from their imagination, from their neighborhood, from their family. Students can receive 3 units of college extension credit from the California State University system (Humboldt State University Office of Extended Education) for successful completion of the summer session.
For more information, please visit: https://www.csssa.org/academic-programs/creative-writing/
California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS)
The mission of COSMOS is to motivate the most creative minds of the new generation of prospective scientists, engineers and mathematicians who will become leaders for California, the nation, and the world. The program aims to create a community of students who participate in and contribute to an intensive academic experience delivered by distinguished educators and scholars.
For more information, please visit: https://cosmos-ucop.ucdavis.edu/
California State University, Northridge – Summer Academic Enrichment Program
The Summer Academic Enrichment Program (SAEP) has been serving middle and high school students that live in the area surrounding California State University, Northridge since 1979. Their goal is quite simple: they want the children who pass through their program to be better people–academically and personally. They believe that children, because of their organic nature, are grown, and CSUN wants to provide the optimal place for good growth to happen. The intentional plan is to address what they call the three H’s: Head, Heart, Hope.
For more information, please visit: http://www.csun.edu/eisner-education/summer-academic-enrichment-program/about-us
Carnegie Mellon University – Summer Pre-College (AP/EA) Program
The main purpose of the Advanced Placement/Early Admission (AP/EA) Program is to provide the opportunity to take university courses at Carnegie Mellon for talented, motivated high school students. Students earn college credit while working in an academic environment mirroring that which the student would encounter during the first year of college.
Regardless of whether students choose to apply to Carnegie Mellon, successful AP/EA students can leverage their experiences here as demonstration of their ability to succeed in college. AP/EA courses are college courses, not AP classes, and as such they count toward graduation requirements here and are widely accepted elsewhere. Students applying to another college or university can request an official Carnegie Mellon transcript be sent to that institution. Any use of AP/EA courses to satisfy high school requirements should be approved ahead of time by an appropriate high school official.
Full courses at Carnegie Mellon carry 9 to 12 units, corresponding to 3 to 4 credits at other U.S. colleges and universities. Students who reside in university housing must be enrolled in two full courses, while commuter students have the option to enroll in either one or two full courses. APEA students are limited to enrolling in 23 or fewer units because all courses in this six-week summer term cover material from the longer fall and spring semesters.
For more information, please visit: http://admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college-apea
Center for Excellence in Education – Research Science Institute
Each summer, 80 of the world’s most accomplished high school students gather at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Research Science Institute (RSI). RSI is the first cost-free to students, summer science & engineering program to combine on-campus course work in scientific theory with off-campus work in science and technology research.
For more information, please visit: http://www.cee.org/research-science-institute
Center for Excellence in Education – USA Biology Olympiad
As the premiere biology competition for high school students in the United States, the USA Biology Olympiad enriches the life sciences education of nearly 10,000 talented students annually. Each year, the top 20 students attend the National Finals held at the Home of the USABO-Purdue University.
For more information, please visit: http://www.cee.org/usa-biology-olympiad-usabo
Center for Study Abroad
At CSA, we provide students, adults, and groups with exciting study programs abroad. With our summer study abroad listings, you can study the language and culture in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Oceania (Australia / New Zealand). See Program listings in main menu. Learning another language and experiencing the culture are skills you will use throughout your life. Your experience will look great on resumes and transcripts, for employers and schools value international exposure. Thousands of students have participated in these programs, and CSA has been around for over 20 years – since 1990.
Students can earn college credit for completing these study abroad programs. Upon finishing your courses, you will be provided with transcripts, certificate, or letter of attendance stating the courses you completed, level, hours, and grade. The transcripts (certificates) are issued by the school involved, all fully accredited programs. CSA students must request a transcript (certificate) from the on-site student office prior to completing the program, and give specific mailing instructions on where to send an official copy. Students should also take a copy with them back home. It’s best to do this prior to leaving, otherwise it can take longer to receive a copy later.
For more information, please visit: http://www.centerforstudyabroad.com/
Chewonki Foundation – Maine Coast Semester
Maine Coast Semester at Chewonki offers a select number of 11th-grade students the chance to live and work on a 400-acre saltwater peninsula with the goal of exploring the natural world through rigorous courses in natural science, environmental issues, literature and writing, art, history, mathematics, and languages.
The community is very small – 42 students and 15 faculty members – and the application process is competitive. In our college preparatory semester school, we push students to produce top-quality academic work as well as to think broadly about the value, importance, and meaning of their education.
For more information, please visit: http://mainecoastsemester.org/
Citizen Science – Natural History Museum (LA County)
Los Angeles is a diverse, dynamic, ever-changing city, both for people and the wildlife that live here. Although we are frequently aware of the larger wildlife around us, like parrots and squirrels, many of the smaller animals remain unnoticed and even undescribed by scientists.
In order to understand our city better, the Museum has begun a long-term biodiversity study of urban habitats and surrounding natural areas. Our goal is to not only increase our knowledge of local wildlife but also to involve our local community in this study. From lizards to ladybugs, we need your help in each of our community science projects — the Museum can’t do it alone!
For more information, please visit: https://www.nhm.org/site/activities-programs/citizen-science
College of William and Mary – Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History
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. Instructors will use archaeology sites, surviving period structures, historic landscapes, battlefields, and a series of museums to guide students in a search for the American past.
Participants in the W&M Pre-College Program are enrolled as non-degree seeking students at the College of William & Mary. They earn 4 academic credits taking one of two history courses.
For more information, please visit: http://www.wm.edu/as/niahd/precollegiatesummer/index.php
College of William and Mary – Summer Academic Sessions
Our faculty and facilities are a rich educational resource for the entire community. We invite pre-college students from all backgrounds to discover the excitement of college-level academics through a wide variety of pre-college programs.
Rising seniors and newly graduated high school students can take full-credit classes during our two summer sessions. This is an excellent way to get a taste of academic life at a highly selective university. We also have an active partnership with Johns Hopkins’ Center for Talented Youth.
The College of William and Mary offers about 180 courses, primarily in Arts and Sciences, in two summer sessions at two locations (on the main campus and in Washington, D.C.).
Classes are open to all current W&M students. Others may apply through the Registrar’s Office or Admission Office (see below) to take classes as “non-degree-seeking” students, and then transfer the credits to their home institutions or convert them to W&M credits if they eventually transfer into the College.
For more information, please visit: http://www.wm.edu/as/undergraduate/more-pathways/summer/index.php
Columbia University – Summer Immersion: New York City
Founded in 1987, Columbia University’s New York City-based Summer Program for High School Students offers high-achieving students an intensive and collaborative experience of college life in the Ivy League and the vibrancy of New York City. With programming open to students entering grades 9 through 12 and freshman year of college, the program combines academic rigor and instructional excellence with lively extracurricular offerings and careful supervision and support.
For more information, please visit: http://sps.columbia.edu/highschool/summer-immersion/new-york-city-3-week
Cornell University – Summer College
Summer College offers academically motivated high school students an unparalleled opportunity to take courses at a great Ivy League university while earning college credit, working closely with internationally recognized faculty, exploring majors and career options, making friends from around the world, and enjoying the great natural beauty of Ithaca and the Finger Lakes region.
The academic credits you’ll earn at Summer College can generally be applied toward an undergraduate degree at Cornell or another school.
For more information, please visit: https://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/programs/index.php#
Dale Carnegie Training – High School Leadership and Communications Course
The High School Leadership and Communications Course is designed to prepare young people for the real world. It gives them the skills they need to reach their goals and live up to their full potential – at school, home, and work. Dale Carnegie Training calls them “skills that will last a lifetime.” The course content focuses on five key areas that are critical for future success: Building Self-confidence, enhancing Communication Skills, interpersonal Skill Development, Teamwork and Leadership Skills, effective Attitude Management.
For more information, please visit: http://oc.dalecarnegie.com/events/high_school_leadership_and_communication_course/
Dartmouth College – Dartmouth Bound
Each year, we select a dynamic group of rising high school seniors from historically underrepresented backgrounds and communities around the country for an extended campus visit. Students are chosen based on their academic achievement, personal character, and potential for future leadership. The programs, including transportation to and from Dartmouth, are free.
For more information, please visit: https://admissions.dartmouth.edu/visits-programs/dartmouth-bound
Discovery Internships – Summer Discovery
The Discovery Internships program is a 4 week all-inclusive summer internship experience. We offer customized internships in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Boulder, and London in 25+ industries including Finance, Entrepreneurship, Medicine, Law, Fashion, Film & Television, Public Relations, Veterinary Medicine and many more. Whether you are a high school student looking to gain clarity on college choices or fields of potential study or just looking for a meaningful summer in one of the greatest cities in the world, you’ve come to the right place. Whatever your needs, Discovery Internships’ customized programs will help you explore your future. In addition to gaining hands-on, career-focused learning opportunities, participants explore and live in an exciting city. Our programs feature a safe and fun living and learning environment based in a college residence hall. A meal plan, 24-hour staff supervision, and a host of cultural, recreational, and other community events and excursions around the city are all included. Our participants receive access to supplementary professional development workshops that enhance the internship learning experience and help students excel in both the college classroom and the workplace.
As part of the Discovery Internships experience, students will receive 3 college credits for successful completion of their 4 week internship, weekly journal entries, and participation in the Career Development Series. Credit is conferred by Marist College, NY and transferable to many colleges and universities in the United States.
For more information, please visit: http://www.discoveryinternships.com/
Duke University – Summer College for HS Students
Get ahead this summer and earn college credit with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer College for High School Students. This 4-week credit-bearing program offered by Duke University attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world. Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment conducive to collegiate success. You may enroll in one daytime Duke class for academic credit recorded on an official Duke University transcript.
For more information, please visit: http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students
Duke University – Talent Identification Program (TIP)
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented youth. As a world leader in gifted and talented education, Duke TIP works with students, their families, and educators to identify, recognize, challenge, engage, and help students reach their highest potential. Duke TIP is committed to serving this unique group of students by providing services and programs beyond what is offered in the classroom to meet the individual needs of gifted children. Explore opportunities for gifted students in grades 5-12.
For more information, please visit: http://tip.duke.edu/
Easterseals offers help, hope, and answers to more than a million children and adults living with disabilities or special needs each year. Join us in making a rewarding difference. Volunteer your time and share your talents, whether it’s performing office work, volunteering at an event or camp, or helping in another way.
For more information, please visit: http://www.easterseals.com/get-involved/volunteer/
Ecology Project International
Ecology Project International is a nonprofit, educational organization like no other. Our mission is to improve and inspire science education and conservation efforts worldwide through field-based student-scientist partnerships. We empower youth to take an active role in conservation.
For more information, please visit: https://www.ecologyproject.org/
Emory University – Pre-College Program
The Emory Pre-College Program is a summer academic program for high school students. It gives college-bound rising juniors and rising seniors an exciting glimpse of academic and residential life at a top-ranked national university. High school students may explore topics with professors who are the leading experts in their fields, enroll in classes with college students, and earn transferable college credit. Two-week noncredit courses and three-week noncredit institutes are available.
Students wishing to earn credit alongside Emory undergraduates will enroll in a six-week course through the Emory Summer College for High School Students. Emory Summer College is a nonresidential program in which exceptional high school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year may enroll in Emory undergraduate courses and earn college credit. Courses offered for high school students are either three or four credit hours.
For more information, please visit: http://precollege.emory.edu/
Exploration School, Inc. – EXPLO at Yale
A 3-week summer program for students entering grades 10-12 on the campus of Yale University. Come re-imagine who you want to be. At Explo at Yale, you’ll discover who you are, where your passions lie, and what direction you want your life to travel. This is your moment to explore, discover, and reconnect with yourself, your dreams — and with the wider world.
For more information, please visit: http://explo.org/360/yale
Georgetown University – College Credit Courses
This summer, get a head start and earn college credit at Georgetown. Our college credit courses ease your transition into the college learning environment through a blend of lectures, class discussions, and hands-on application. You’ll have the opportunity to take classes alongside current undergraduate students, learn from prestigious Georgetown faculty, and engage in challenging coursework that will prepare you for success in college and beyond. Choose from our eight-week online courses, our five-week on-campus courses, or opt to do a combination of both.
Georgetown offers two five-week, on-campus sessions and one eight-week, online cross session in the summer. Students can take up to one class per session for a total of 6 credits. For a more rigorous curriculum, students have the opportunity to take up to 12 credits through the Summer Honors Intensive program.
For more information, please visit: http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summer-programs-for-high-school-students/college-credit-courses
Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing more than 140,000 girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face. The Girls Inc. Experience consists of people, an environment, and programming that, together, empower girls to succeed. Trained staff and volunteers build lasting, mentoring relationships in girls-only spaces that are physically and emotionally safe and where girls find a sisterhood of support with shared drive, mutual respect, and high expectations. Hands-on, research-based programs provide girls with the skills and knowledge to set goals, overcome obstacles, and improve academic performance. Informed by girls and their families, Girls Inc. also works with policymakers to advocate for legislation and initiatives that increase opportunities for girls.
For more information, please visit: http://www.girlsinc.org/
Girls Who Code – Summer Immersion Program
Girls Who Code is a national non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology. Through its Summer Immersion Program and Girls Who Code Clubs, the organization is leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. The Summer Immersion Program is a free 7-week summer program for current 10th-11th grade girls to learn coding and get exposure to tech jobs.
For more information, please visit: https://girlswhocode.com/summer-immersion-programs/
GoBeyond Student Travel
Transforming communities, environments, and students’ lives through meaningful cross-cultural service adventures. Whether you’re looking to contribute to authentic service projects, experience exhilarating adventure, or develop your language skills, GoBeyond Student Travel will immerse you in a new culture where you can make a meaningful difference while on the journey of a lifetime.
For more information, please visit: http://www.gobeyondtravel.com/
Harvard University – Pre-College Program
The Harvard Pre-College Program is an immersive, collaborative, and transformative residential experience. Alongside peers from around the world, you’ll thrive in a dynamic and supportive academic environment.
Whether you decide to attend for two, four, or six weeks, you’ll be introduced to college life as you attend challenging classes, live on campus, and enjoy fun excursions and activities.
In the Pre-College Program, you have the opportunity to pursue your interests in courses focusing on physics, law, writing, philosophy, and a dozen other subjects. In our noncredit classes, we dispense with grades so that you can fully commit to your growth as a student, well-rounded individual, and engaged citizen.
For more information, please visit: https://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/pre-college-program
Harvard University – Secondary School Program
Imagine studying at Harvard for seven weeks, fully immersed in the college experience. Whether you choose to live on campus, commute, or take courses online, you’ll have the opportunity to explore complex topics, gain valuable life skills, and form lasting bonds.
If you are a high school student who will graduate in 2017, 2018, or 2019, we invite you to explore all that the Secondary School Program has to offer. Neuroscience, film, philosophy, creative writing, and computer science—these are just a few of the 200-plus courses you can choose from. Branch out from typical high school offerings, and explore more advanced topics that aren’t available back home.
Whether you choose to enroll in one or two courses, you will have some flexibility to schedule your days. Classes are held in the mornings, afternoons, or evenings. Residential students are required to enroll full time, in either two 4-credit courses or one 8-credit course. The program spans seven weeks, and most courses meet for six weeks, with a final exam, paper, or project during the seventh week.
For more information, please visit: https://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/secondary-school-program
High Mountain Institute – Summer Term
The High Mountain Institute (HMI) offers a unique opportunity for 46 academically-motivated high school students from across the United States to spend one semester of junior year (or a summer between 9-11th grades) living and learning in the Rocky Mountains and the canyons of Utah. Students live on HMI’s boarding-school campus, taking place-based honors and AP-level classes. They also participate in extended 10-12 day wilderness expeditions during which they build leadership skills and connections to the environment. Sustainability plays a key role in the community and students live in comfortable, off-the-grid cabins while on campus. HMI’s signature combination of academics, wilderness, and intentional community leave students feeling confident, independent, comfortable with themselves, and ready to go onto the best colleges and universities in the United States.
For more information, please visit: http://www.hminet.org/
Horizons School of Technology – High School Summer Program
Learn to code and meet world class entrepreneurs and investors this summer for an accelerated technology learning experience.
Horizons was designed for students from the world’s best universities. The Summer Technology Leaders program seeks to continue to find top talent, even earlier. Our High School program is an opportunity to forge lifelong connections with the nation’s top undergraduate students, experience what it is like to go through a rigorous, applied programming curriculum and accelerate your potential in engineering and entrepreneurship all in one intense summer.
For more information, please visit: https://www.joinhorizons.com/high_school
Imperial College London – Global Summer School
Our Summer School is your chance to live, learn and have fun in the heart of London at a university ranked eighth best in the world. During the Summer School students can learn from world-class academics and researchers,study alongside students from all over the world, and work on challenging, real-world projects, developing your subject knowledge and honing your business skills. The Summer School isn’t all about work – you will also be able to explore London and other parts of the UK through our programme of social activities. This may include, for example day trips to famous UK cities, team building tasks, parties, London tours and theatre shows.
For more information, please visit: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/be-inspired/global-summer-school/
Indiana University, Bloomington – Kelley School of Business: Young Women’s Institute
The Young Women’s Institute welcomes high school women to spend a week on the Indiana University campus. They have the opportunity to experience college life, interact with professors, and expand their network at no cost to them. Participants attend sessions on various business subjects, which is then applied to consult a local business. This is a selective program open to young women who are high school juniors. A minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale is required, and factors such as extracurricular involvement, and a letter of recommendation will influence selection decisions.
For more information, please visit: http://kelley.iu.edu/ugrad/PreCollege/YWI/page39078.html
Inspiring Girls Expeditions
Each Inspiring Girls expedition combines many aspects of science, art, critical thinking, and mountaineering or kayaking. We are looking for applicants who will each contribute in a unique way to the team. Ideally, you will have something to bring to the team so that you will not only learn from your leaders, but also will teach each other. Therefore, we do not choose applicants based solely on their individual applications – we choose the team as a whole, based on what the applicant can bring to the team.
For more information, please visit: http://www.inspiringgirls.org/
International Studies Abroad – High School Study Abroad Program
ISA High School has been a leading provider of high-quality, affordable, cultural and language immersion programs for high school students since 1989. Our mission is to provide students with a transformative experience aimed at fostering independence, cross-cultural sensitivity, and global citizenship. The passion we possess for international education and travel is best encapsulated in our motto: “The world awaits…Discover it!” Our 2018 program destinations include: Canada, Costa Rica, France, Italy, Peru, and Spain.
Since ISA-HS students take courses at accredited foreign universities, students may be able transfer the credits they earn abroad to their future home university. If a student completes 40 class hours, they may earn 2-3 credits; 60 class hours, they may earn 4 credits; 80 class hours, they may earn 5-6 credits. Credit transfer depends entirely on the student’s future university.
For more information, please visit: http://studiesabroad.com/high-school/
Johns Hopkins University – Academic Explorations
CTY’s Academic Explorations consists of enrichment courses that provide students an introduction to topics that are not typically part of the standard middle or high school curriculum. These courses are designed to help students develop analytic and critical thinking skills while immersing them in a specific discipline for three weeks. Academic Explorations courses emphasize a lively exchange of ideas and problem solving; informed discussion rather than lecture is the norm, and students often have opportunities to present their work to the class. In these courses, students engage in a process of discovery as they apply concepts and theories to real world situations and become more informed, learned individuals in the process.
For more information, please visit: http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/grades7-12/academic/
Johns Hopkins University – Civic Leadership Institute
Young people often receive the message that they can’t make a difference. That they don’t have the knowledge, skills, or motivation to influence issues like poverty, healthcare, education, or the environment. That they’re powerless to create change. Yet there are countless stories that prove this is not the case. CLI students explore the complex challenges that affect our communities, and develop the knowledge, experience and leadership skills they need to make a positive impact on the world.
For more information, please visit: http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/grades7-12/leadership/
Johns Hopkins University – Discover Hopkins Programs
Short in length but not in content! Discover Hopkins Programs are intensive programs designed to expose you to topics from different perspectives. For instance, observe top researchers and listen to experts at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, as you survey the latest in environmental health.
A typical day includes instructor-led morning lectures, supplemented by afternoon field trips, and guest speakers—faculty, alumni, and other leading researchers or practitioners—will enhance your learning of the topic.
The Discover Hopkins Programs are open to both residential and commuter students. Students register for one course (1cr) per session, and may enroll in up to 3 sessions (6 weeks) for up to 3 credits. Students choose the session or sessions that best fits their schedule.
For more information, please visit: https://summerprograms.jhu.edu/program/pre-college-students-discover-hopkins/
Johns Hopkins University – Engineering Innovation
Engineering Innovation (EI) is an exciting, hands-on summer course for high school students interested in engineering. This program is offered at the JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and at other sites in Maryland, California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington. A residential experience is available at the JHU Homewood campus and Hood College.
Over four or five weeks (depending upon the site), students complete lab activities in computer engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, materials science, civil engineering, and mechanical engineering. They also prepare a presentation in response to a Request for Proposal, learn about engineering economics, write a research paper, take weekly quizzes, and complete a comprehensive final exam.
Students who earn an A or B grade in the course receive 3 credits from Johns Hopkins University.
For more information, please visit: http://engineering.jhu.edu/ei/
Johns Hopkins University – Intensive Studies
CTY’s Intensive Studies is designed for students who are ready for intense college-level course work and accelerated study in specific disciplines. These three-week courses engage students in the same amount of material that would normally be covered in a semester-long college course or a year-long high-school course. CTY’s Intensive Studies courses fall into two categories: special topics courses that are not offered in high school and fast-paced high school courses. Intensive Studies courses explore more sophisticated theoretical material and proceed at a faster pace than do courses in the Academic Explorations program. A number of CTY’s Intensive Studies courses also have prerequisites. Students who thrive within such a focused setting strengthen their critical and analytical thinking skills and have the opportunity to acquire specialized knowledge in their chosen fields of study.
For more information, please visit: http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/grades7-12/intensive/
Johns Hopkins University – Summer University
The Johns Hopkins Summer University Program offers qualified students the opportunity to take freshman- and sophomore-level credit classes in arts and sciences and engineering. The program lasts 5 weeks and residential students must be full-time students and enroll in two classes, for up to seven credits. Commuter students may register part-time (one class) or take the full two-course load. With over 100 courses being offered this summer, your schedule is about choice. Select courses in your desired college major or diversify your interests by selecting a new language or humanities class. Regardless of your choice of courses, Hopkins’ Summer University Program connects you with great minds. You have the opportunity to engage in discussions and study with academically talented students and Hopkins’ own distinguished faculty.
For more information, please visit: https://summerprograms.jhu.edu/program/pre-college-students-summer-university/
The LEAD Program is an international cross-sector collaborative of (1) premier U.S. corporations, government agencies, higher education and non-profit partnerships, that focus on developing high potential youth of diverse backgrounds into high achievers and responsible leaders. LEAD strives to address education access and excellence by establishing a cross-sector collaborative of corporate, government agency, higher education, and non-profit partnerships that focus on developing high potential youth of diverse backgrounds into high achievers and responsible leaders. LEAD accomplishes this mission by fostering a vibrant community for students to gain the skills, experience and encouragement they need to fulfill their educational and professional aspirations in the fields of business, engineering and computer science. Each year, approximately 500 scholars attend LEAD’s Summer Institutes held at top-tier universities globally. Since its inception, LEAD has served over 10,000 scholars. LEAD accepts applications from current eighth graders, freshman, sophomores and juniors for summer programs.
For more information, please visit: http://www.leadprogram.org/
Leadership Manhattan Beach
The Leadership Manhattan Beach mission is developing and uniting community leaders. Every year they offer a flagship nine-month long leadership training program. During the program, participants are introduced to various community services and programs while working collaboratively with 25 to 30 adults and high school students. The emphasis is on results and teamwork. The capstone to the class experience is the class project: doing something real to benefit the Manhattan Beach community.
For more information, please visit: http://www.leadershipmb.org/
NASA – Jet Propulsion Laboratory
JPL sponsors regional competitions for high school students that test science and engineering skills, as well as online contests for various age groups. Learn how you can take part in robot challenges, science tournaments, essay contests and other educational competitions with JPL.
For more information, please visit: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/
National Charity League, Inc.
National Charity League, Inc. (NCL, Inc.) is committed to the development of mothers and daughters as leaders and is dedicated to improving local communities through hands-on volunteerism. The NCL Experience inspires and empowers women to succeed as confident, well-rounded and socially aware contributors to society. Mothers (Patronesses) and daughters (Ticktockers) participate in a six-year core program of community service, leadership development, and cultural activities.
For more information, please visit: https://www.nationalcharityleague.org/
National Geographic Student Expeditions
Our unique student travel program, National Geographic Student Expeditions, offers high school and middle school students ages 13 and older opportunities to get out into the field and follow in the footsteps of National Geographic’s photographers, writers, and scientists. We invite the next generation of explorers to snorkel with marine biologists in Belize, go on photo shoots in Yellowstone National Park with a National Geographic photographer, help out with a community project in Nepal, and more. It only takes a little digging to find that there is wonder—big and small—all around the world. Come discover it with us.
High School students can choose from our four types of programs — expeditions, community service programs, photo workshops, or university workshops — and experience what it’s like to be on assignment for National Geographic. On all of our high school programs, you’ll pursue a project related to your area of interest. That could mean creating a field guide, a portfolio of photographs, or a proposal for a project to carry out at home. At the end of the trip, you’ll share what you’ve created with the group, and return home with a meaningful and tangible project.
For more information, please visit: http://ngstudentexpeditions.com/
National League of Young Men
National League of Young Men (NLYM) is a non-profit organization for young men in grades 9-12; this structured program for mothers and their sons promotes the development of young men into community leaders through leadership involvement, charitable and community service, cultural experiences and protocol education.
For more information, please visit: http://www.nationalleagueofyoungmen.org/
National Student Leadership Conference – Summer Programs
The National Student Leadership Conference prepares students for college and a future career. Since 1989, tens of thousands of outstanding high school students from across the United States and around the world have come to the National Student Leadership Conference to explore the qualities of effective leadership and gain an insider’s perspective on some of today’s most sought-after professions.
The National Student Leadership Conference has a unique partnership with American University to offer college credit for our high school summer programs. The American University is distinguished as a premier global university and known for turning “ideas into action and action into service.” As a result of this NSLC/AU alliance, students attending the NSLC’s summer programs for high school students have the opportunity to take college credit classes taught by American University faculty at all NSLC locations. This credit option enhances your education within the framework of your program experience, without interrupting NSLC activities.
For more information, please visit: http://www.nslcleaders.org/
NatureBridge provides hands-on environmental science programs for children and teens. Their multi-day programs take place outdoors in the magnificence of nature’s classroom, where students are immersed in the wonder and science of our national parks in Yosemite, Golden Gate, Olympic, Santa Monica Mountains, Channel Islands, and Prince William Forest. Founded as Yosemite Institute in 1971, today NatureBridge welcomes more than 700 schools and 30,000 students and teachers each year to their six campuses. After more than 40 years of teaching and inspiring students, NatureBridge has provided life-changing experiences for more than 1 million participants and is a national leader in the field of environmental education.
For more information, please visit: https://naturebridge.org/
NatureBridge Armstrong Scholars
Every summer, 13 young women embark on the adventure of a lifetime: a 12-day backpacking adventure in the High Sierra. This extraordinary program seeks to inspire young women to reach their highest potential, develop a stronger sense of self and community, and explore their personal connection to nature. Participants venture into the backcountry of Yosemite National Park with highly skilled female educators from NatureBridge for an expedition of discovery, leadership, and personal challenge.
Thirteen young women will be chosen based on the strength of their applications and the recommendations of supportive educators and community leaders. Through the generosity of donors, we are able to offer this program for a fee of $150 per participant. The remaining program cost of $2,400 per scholar is supported by donations given in honor of Joie Armstrong’s life and legacy.
For more information, please visit: https://naturebridge.org/yosemite/armstrong-scholars
NatureBridge Summer Backpacking Program
NatureBridge’s Summer Backpacking Program is for high school students and combines academic and personal growth in the spectacular settings of Yosemite and Olympic. Teenagers with a passion for exploration, science, and adventure create their own ecological research project while hiking or backpacking through the wilderness.
While backpacking with NatureBridge, you will:
-Explore the STUNNING WILDERNESS of a national park
-Use SCIENCE to gain a deeper understanding of your surroundings
-Develop your LEADERSHIP skills
-LIVE SIMPLY, bringing only what will fit in your backpack
-Create long-lasting FRIENDSHIPS with people from all different backgrounds
For more information, please visit: https://www.naturebridgesummerbackpacking.org/
New York University – Precollege
NYU Precollege offers rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience academic and student life at New York University. This academically rigorous program places high school students in six-week, intensive, college-level courses with current college students and allows them to gain academic credit, which may be applied to a future degree.
Courses are available in more than 30 academic areas. With NYU Precollege, you can explore the archeological history of New York City, begin to master a foreign language, practice the art of journalism, explore engineering and design, or delve into business and finance.
For more information, please visit: http://www.nyu.edu/admissions/high-school-programs/precollege.html
New York University – Tisch Summer High School Program
Challenge yourself to unleash your true artistic potential. Tisch programs for high school students are a way for you to develop your talents and explore the possibilities of a career in the arts. The rigorous, professional training you receive in New York City is an outgrowth of the undergraduate programs, offering you an immersive experience in emerging media and the performing and cinematic arts.
We encourage creativity and self-expression while providing you with a foundation for collaboration. The high school programs taught by our full-time faculty are intense, engaging and structured; created to give you an enriching college experience.
The Tisch Summer High School Program is tuition-based and culminates in six college credits. This program is a commitment of four weeks on campus that encompasses a highly structured class schedule. You will live in an NYU residence hall for the duration of the program. The summer program is open to high school sophomores and juniors from around the world.
For more information, please visit: http://tisch.nyu.edu/special-programs/high-school-programs
No-Kill Los Angeles
No-Kill Los Angeles is a coalition of animal welfare organizations, city shelters and passionate individuals, led by Best Friends Animal Society. NKLA is dedicated to ending the killing of healthy and treatable pets in L.A. shelters by providing spay/neuter services where they are needed most so fewer animals go into shelters, and increasing adoptions through the combined efforts of the NKLA coalition so more animals come out of the shelters and go into new homes.
When the task is to bring the number of dogs and cats killed in L.A. city shelters to zero, all volunteer help is welcome. Donating your time, skills and heart adds up to making a big difference. Volunteer in Los Angeles today.
For more information, please visit: http://nkla.org/get-involved/volunteer
Northwestern University – College Preparation Program
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area.
One of the best ways to prepare for college is to get a taste of college life and academics. Take this opportunity to explore different subjects or get a head start on the major of your dreams. The College Prep Program offers undergraduate courses for college credit taught by Northwestern faculty and instructors who assume the same level of commitment and involvement from you that they do from college students. The expectations are high, the rewards are long-lasting.
Courses are flexibly scheduled, ranging from three-week intensive courses in the sciences or languages, and four to eight weeks for most other offerings. You must receive permission from the Summer Session director to enroll in three-week intensive science courses. Also, students may be able to enroll in upper-level courses, subject to prerequisites and permission.
As a College Prep student in the credit study option, you will take undergraduate courses with students from Northwestern and other universities. The course credit you earn can be transferred to undergraduate programs at many other universities. Your grades will be available on an official Northwestern transcript, a strong beginning to your academic career.
For more information, please visit: http://sps.northwestern.edu/program-areas/summer/high-school-programs/college-preparation-program/courses-credit.php
Northwestern University – Medill-Northwestern Journalism Institute: Medill Cherubs
The Institute, also known as “Medill cherubs,” is a five-week journalism program for about 80 rising high school seniors at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. It is sponsored by Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications. Students learn from accomplished journalists and university professors while gaining practical experience in the field. By the end of the summer, students create a body of work, build connections and meet aspiring journalists from around the world. In the summer of 2017, students came from 23 states and the District of Columbia in the United States as well as from China (5), South Korea (3) and Sweden.
For more information, please visit: http://cherubs.medill.northwestern.edu/2017/about/#general-information
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
This summer, the world is your classroom. Whether you’re paddling wild rivers or animating your creative story, explore the world around you with science as your guide. Survive in the wilderness, build your research skills, and see the PacNW like never before. Plus, check out our new Coastal Discovery Center with new overnight design challenges.
For more information, please visit: http://www.omsi.edu/camps-and-classes
Oxbridge Academic Programs – Study Abroad
Oxbridge Academic Programs has been welcoming intellectually adventurous high school and junior high school students to Summer Study Programs in Europe and the US for over 30 years. Students from over 80 countries are housed and educated in great and historic centers of learning that are Oxford and Cambridge in England, St. Andrews in Scotland, Barcelona and Salamanca in Spain, Paris and Montpellier in France, and New York City and Los Angeles in the United States, while exploring new cultural surroundings.
For more information, please visit: http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/
Oxford & Cambridge Summer Academy
Oxford & Cambridge Summer Academy (OCSA) offers high school students between the ages of 14 to 19 an exclusive opportunity to catch a glimpse of studying at prestigious universities in the United Kingdom. Participants spend part of their summer in an academically renowned city, studying a subject of their choice, and attending workshops focusing on the university preparation and application process. Whilst studying in Cambridge or Oxford, student’s accommodation will be in colleges of the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, including lectures and workshops, social activities, as well as the dining hall situated in the same college. Colleges are a walking distance from the city centres of both cities, which offers the opportunity to explore and learn about the rich history of these locations.
For more information, please visit: http://oxfordcambridgesummeracademy.com/
Pathways to Stem Cell Science – Early Investigator High School (EiHS) Stem Cell Research Program
Originally founded at USC, The EiHS Stem Cell Research Program at Pathways to Stem Cell Science (EiHS) has become known nationally as the career kick-starter for aspiring scientists. This unique industry-based summer program provides a rare opportunity for high school students to step into the shoes of stem cell researchers. EiHS prepares students for advanced STEM applications through sophisticated training in real-world bioscience skills.
Applicants can select from one of three EiHS programs to suit their interests and aptitudes – the EiHS Research Internship, Stem Cell Academy, or Regenerative Medicine and Disease Modeling Program. Each course is adapted from professional industry training programs and features sophisticated science lectures in addition to hands-on laboratory classes. Participating students learn to isolate, culture and differentiate a variety of human stem cells using the same techniques as real-life scientists. They attend seminars by guest speakers and gain career guidance form internationally renowned scientists who know what it takes to forge a professional science career.
For more information, please visit: http://stemcellpath.com/eihs-program.html
Phillips Exeter Academy – Summer School
Every summer Phillips Exeter Academy welcomes to campus more than 780 students for five weeks of academic study, athletics, and exploration that carry participants far beyond the classrooms and the playing fields. Typically, students come from more than 40 states and 45 foreign nations. Summer School students come from a variety of schools. Most reside in campus dormitories; others travel daily from their homes in the New Hampshire seacoast area. They come to Exeter with that particular mix of intellectual curiosity and adventurous spirit that holds the promise of glimpsing new horizons and making new discoveries. If you are a serious student, intellectually curious, creative, eager to embrace new challenges and opportunities, then Phillips Exeter Academy Summer School may be a program for you.
For more information, please visit: http://www.exeter.edu/summer_programs/7324.aspx
Pratt Institute – PreCollege Program
Each summer Pratt Institute’s PreCollege program welcomes over 400 high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to our Brooklyn campus for nearly a month, where they encounter life as an art and design college student.
Students choose a major focus modeled after Pratt’s undergraduate offerings. To complement this chosen major, students are automatically enrolled in foundation, art history, and portfolio development classes. Upon completion of the program, students earn four elective college credits.
Reflecting Pratt’s academic culture, PreCollege students are immersed in their studio practice and actively participating in a rigorous full schedule of classes Monday to Friday. Classes are led by Pratt’s renowned faculty of working artists and professional designers who are committed to sharing their expertise in the field.
For more information, please visit: https://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing-education-and-professional/precollege/summer-programs/
Prime Time Sports Camp
Prime Time Sports Camp is a truly unique experience. They are a comprehensive sports training & recreation facility specializing in over ten different sports. They also feature a wide variety of special events and camp favorites to make sure that your camper enjoys a dynamic camp experience.
For more information, please visit: http://primetimesportscamp.com/
Princeton University – Laboratory Learning Program
In support of Princeton University’s education and research mission, the University hosts a diverse and highly-motivated group of high school students each summer to conduct research under the mentorship of Princeton faculty, staff, and students. A select number of enthusiastic students from a large pool of applicants will be offered an opportunity to join a state-of-the-art research project. Faculty and research staff volunteer as mentors to provide high school students with this first-hand education in independent research in the fields of engineering and natural sciences. The typical number of opportunities varies from twenty to forty each year.
For more information, please visit: https://www.princeton.edu/research/students/research-opportunities/#comp0000513b04ad0000001e781aea
Rosie’s Girls is a 3-week summer day camp that helps build strong, confident girls through exploration of the skilled trades. Girls entering 6, 7 and 8th grades get hands-on instruction in STEM-related activities, carpentry, welding and auto repair. They also participate in creative arts, games, swimming and self-defense. It’s a safe, supportive, girl-centered environment that emphasizes leadership, teamwork and healthy body image – with tons of fun woven in! Rosie’s Girls campers have a chance to get their hands dirty, express themselves creatively and explore what the world has to offer them – and what they have to offer the world. This experience helps emerging young women expand their sense of the range of educational, work and career options available to them. All of the instructors are women professionals in their fields, as well as vibrant role models and mentors for girls.
For more information, please visit: http://rosiesgirls.org/
At Rustic Pathways, we believe travel provides a unique environment for learning. Our programs are designed to encourage critical thinking; learning moments and opportunities for growth are intentionally built into our programs. Leaders facilitate meaningful discussion and reflection, supporting student learning and amplifying the impact of our travel experiences.
For more information, please visit: https://rusticpathways.com/
SAI Programs – Study Abroad
Since 1995, SAI Programs has provided students with exceptional cultural and educational experiences abroad, offering the opportunity to enroll in some of the finest schools available to English speaking students in Europe. By encouraging students to explore the complex intersections between self, community, and creativity, SAI aims to provide an inspiring and transformative experience for all participants. All of SAI’s services, in the U.S. and overseas, are geared toward ensuring student safety and maximizing the student experience; both in terms of providing a framework for academic inquiry, and offering each student opportunities for personal growth and development.
Our students can trust that they will receive a world-class education while they are abroad with SAI. Each program and host school that we offer has been carefully reviewed and selected for academic rigor as well as cultural exposure and integration.
SAI offers U.S. credit for all undergraduate coursework. Students receive official U.S. transcripts, either directly from the host school or through SAI’s U.S. school of record.
For more information, please visit: http://www.saiprograms.com/
SOCAPA (School of Creative and Performing Arts)
With summer camps ranging in length from one to six weeks, and campuses in New York, California and Vermont, there’s no excuse for not taking action.
Since it was founded in 2001, SOCAPA, the School of Creative and Performing Arts, has quickly become one of the premier visual and performing arts summer camps for young people, ages 13 to 19, in the world. Nowhere else will you find this level of creative intensity combined with this much fun. Whether you are acting in a film along Lake Champlain, dancing in a hip-hop video under the Brooklyn Bridge, or conducting a fashion shoot on Venice Beach, you’re sure to have the summer of a lifetime!!!
For more information, please visit: https://www.socapa.org
SPI Study Abroad – Language Immersion and Global Leadership Summer Programs
Founded in 1996, SPI High School Study Abroad Programs offers high quality French, Italian, Chinese, and Spanish language immersion summer programs exclusively for high school students. We believe traveling abroad develops independence and maturity by expanding students knowledge of the world and increasing their understanding of other cultures. All SPI high school study abroad programs are unique and personalized global experiences designed to build leadership qualities that help students succeed both in college and in their future endeavors. Our programs are guided by experienced educators with small group sizes that make traveling abroad exciting, educational, and truly inspiring.
SPI uses foreign universities and accredited language institutes for coursework abroad. These institutions provide high school students, upon successful completion of their courses, with an official transcript that they may use to petition college credit from their future university or college. Official transcripts are first sent to SPI in September, and then we will mail an official copy of the transcript in a sealed envelope to each participant. You will mail the official transcript packet directly to your U.S. university once you are enrolled.
Most SPI language immersion programs give 30-80 contact hours, or classroom hours, enabling for a potential of up to 1-6 semester college credit hours by your university. Contact hours are treated differently at every school. Some schools will grant specific class credit for the hours (e.g., Spanish), although most give a general foreign language or elective credit.
For more information, please visit: https://www.spiabroad.com/
St. Joseph’s – Bread and Roses Café
Since its inception in 1989, St, Joseph’s Bread and Roses Café has provided homeless men, women and children with a nutritious meal in a comfortable, welcoming environment. Each day, up to 150 homeless men, women and children eat at Bread and Roses. In place of a soup line, guests are provided with the ambience of a restaurant in which volunteers act as waiters while diners eat a meal set at tables replete with tablecloths and fresh flowers. The Café fosters feelings of respect and trust between guests and staff.
For more information, please visit: https://stjosephctr.org/volunteer/
St. Vincent Meals on Wheels
St. Vincent Meals on Wheels relies on the compassion of its volunteers. More than 275 great volunteers help prepare and deliver nutritious meals to more than 3,000 clients a day. Some also volunteer to help raise funds and awareness of their program. In 2013 alone, their volunteers contributed over 8,000 hours to feed L.A.’s homebound community at risk for hunger and malnutrition.
For more information, please visit: https://stvincentmow.org/
Stanford University – Cardiothoracic Surgical Skills Internship
The Cardiothoracic Surgical Skills and Education Center Stanford Summer Internship is designed to educate high school and pre-medical students considering careers in science, medicine, and public health in basic and advanced cardiovascular anatomy and physiology as well as medical and surgical techniques that will be utilized in pre-medical and medical school. This program is open to all students worldwide.
For more information, please visit: http://med.stanford.edu/cssec/summer-internship.html#appl
Stanford University – Stanford Institutes of Medicine Research
The Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research Program (SIMR) is an eight-week program in which high school students from diverse backgrounds are invited to perform basic research with Stanford faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and researchers on a medically-oriented project. The goals of the program include increasing interest in biological sciences and medicine in high school students, helping students to understand how scientific research is performed, and increasing diversity of students and researchers in the sciences.
For more information, please visit: http://simr.stanford.edu/
Stanford University – Summer Humanities Institute
The Stanford Summer Humanities Institute is a three-week residential program where rising high school juniors and seniors explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors.
Are you passionate about ideas? Fascinated by the past? Interested in using literature, philosophy, and history to understand the present?
Then you won’t want to miss this exciting opportunity to explore some of the decisive turning points in world history.
While Stanford is well known as a center of technological innovation and entrepreneurship, at its heart it remains a liberal arts institution dedicated to the cultivation of new knowledge. Students who attend Stanford Summer Humanities Institute delve into the big issues at the heart of the humanities.
For more information, please visit: http://summerhumanities.stanford.edu/
Summer Discovery at UCSB
At Summer Discovery UCSB, we help you prepare for your transition from high school to college. Our pre-college program combines academics, athletics, and activities to give high school students a great introduction to college life.
During our 15 year partnership with UCSB, we have provided incredible summer experiences for thousands of high school students. Summer Discovery students come from 43 states and over 60 countries. Join us and create long-lasting friendships with students from all over the world this summer.
Residential Life: Live next to the beach with your friends on one of the most bike-friendly campuses. Become more independent with the support of our amazing staff.
Academics: Choose from over 90 different college credit and enrichment classes. Research Mentorship Program. Aquatic Marine Science. Psychology. Microeconomics.
Activities: Discover California this summer. From Pismo Beach Hummer Tours to the Festival Under the Stars to Disneyland, every day on and off campus is action-packed.
Sports: Take advantage of the amazing athletic facilities at UCSB through pick-up games, tournaments, and Sports Plus classes.
For more information, please visit: https://www.summerdiscovery.com/uc-santa-barbara
Syracuse University – Summer College
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. All 6-week courses offered through Summer College are college-level, credit-bearing courses. Students earn up to seven college credits. Programs and courses are offered in many areas of study and in two enrollment types: programs/courses that are exclusive to Summer College students and programs/courses that are open to both Summer College students and SU students. Students are enrolled in two courses, the exception being Architecture, due to the number of studio hours.
Summer College also provides 2-week options that enable students to gain many of the benefits of the 6-week experience in a shorter format. All programs work with University faculty and instructors and have an intensive schedule in each area of study. Most programs are noncredit.
For more information, please visit: http://summercollege.syr.edu/
Temple University, Japan Campus – High School Summer Program
TUJ invites high school students to a summer of language and cultural experiences in Tokyo. The 8-night program includes a unique mix of Japanese language classes and one of four exciting electives. With adventures in Tokyo, an overnight excursion to Nikko, and a trip to DisneySea, this will be your Tokyo story to remember!
For more information, please visit: http://www.tuj.ac.jp/hs-summer-program/
The Experiment in International Living
The Experiment in International Living provides summer abroad programs for high school students who want to connect deeply and engage meaningfully with the richness and complexities of another country. Participants explore the host country through hands-on experiences in local communities and through the lens of a specific theme: arts and social change, sustainability and the environment, peace, politics, and human rights, language and discovery, and leadership.
For more information, please visit: http://www.experiment.org/
The New School – Parsons Summer Intensive Studies: New York
Parsons Summer Intensive Studies: New York is an exceptional academic art and design program enriched by the vast resources of New York City. Whether you’re a high school student preparing to apply to college, a college student interested in enhancing your own program and earning transfer credits, or an adult investigating career options, our summer courses can help you define and achieve your goals.
This intensive three-week, three-credit program is open to anyone wishing to deepen their knowledge of art and design in an academically rigorous and artistically stimulating environment. Students spend five days a week in studio classes and receive demanding homework assignments. Courses are supplemented by special events, including portfolio reviews, Parsons alumni career panels, and industry guest lecturers, all designed to prepare students for admission to design school or direct them toward relevant career paths.
For more information, please visit: http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/summer-ny/
Tufts University – College Experience
Get a taste of what it is like to study at Tufts University and try-out life as a college student! Enroll in Tufts Undergraduate courses and / or in one of four college-level courses designed specifically for high school students. This program is designed to mirror the Undergraduate experience, allowing highly motivated students to select their own course schedule and mix college-level study with fun activities and the opportunity to build college and life skills.
Just five miles northwest of Boston, Tufts University’s Medford / Somerville tranquil campus sits on a hill overlooking the city. Tufts’ location offers the optimal combination of a relaxed and safe campus environment that is close enough to the city that everything Boston has to offer is at the fingertips of Tufts’ students.
Join us for your summer studies and share the Tufts experience!
For more information, please visit: https://ase.tufts.edu/summer/study-pre-college-courses.asp
UC Berkeley – Berkeley Business Academy for Youth
The Berkeley Business Academy for Youth introduces youth from around the world to the disciplines and skills that make business work. B-BAY students learn from professors who are at the top of their field and from youth mentors. Class projects and presentations give students hands-on experience in a safe learning environment-all on the vibrant UC Berkeley campus.
For more information, please visit: http://haas.berkeley.edu/businessacademy/
UC Berkeley – embARC Summer Design Academy for HS Students
embARC is a four week summer design program at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through integrated components: an Architecture + Urban Design Studio, a Sustainable City Planning Workshop, a Digital Design Workshop, an Environmental Design Conversation Series and a Community Build project. Students who fulfill the course requirements will receive a certificate of completion and 1 unit of college credit (graded pass/no pass) on an official UC Berkeley transcript. Residential and commuter options are available.
For more information, please visit: http://ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs/embarc-design-academy
UC Berkeley – Pre-Collegiate Program
The Pre-Collegiate Program offers you the chance to join the community of more than 250 high school students who spend their time enjoying a summer at Berkeley. Get involved through Berkeley courses, co-curricular activities, and workshops planned just for you. Take advantage of everything campus has to offer, while simultaneously earning college credit.
Summer academic sessions begin with an orientation, a campus tour, and opportunities to meet your summer classmates. Optional co-curricular activities are planned to offer you a variety of helpful hints on both making the most of your Berkeley learning experience and planning for academic life. Berkeley staff and students, as well as visiting professionals, lead seminars about the best practices of using University libraries, choosing a College, and writing a successful College application and personal statement. Hear from currently enrolled Berkeley students and get your questions answered about what it’s like to be study at Berkeley, and much more.
For more information, please visit: http://summer.berkeley.edu/student-types/high-school-students
UC Davis – Young Scholars Program
The UC Davis Young Scholars Program is a summer residential research program designed to expose approximately 40 high achieving high school students to the world of original research in the natural sciences with emphases on the biological, environmental and agricultural sciences. To be eligible for the summer of 2018, students must be currently enrolled as sophomores or juniors in high school. UC Davis Young Scholars Program participation is not limited to California students. Participants in the 2018 UC Davis Young Scholars Program will work one-on-one with research faculty and research groups in state of the art laboratories for six weeks. Each student will work on an individual project and prepare a journal quality paper and symposium presentation about their work. In addition to scientific research, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program strives to introduce participants to the climate and culture of living and working on a university campus. Staff make every effort to model the experiences that participants will have during their first years of college.
All students will be enrolled for five (5) units of University Group Study Credit. Assignments for the program include research notebooks, a written article of journal quality describing the research project and its conclusions, presentation of the individual project at a research symposium and presentation of research to students at the home high school. All work in the program is graded and credit will be awarded after home presentations are completed.
For more information, please visit: https://ysp.ucdavis.edu/
UC Los Angeles – Sci | Art Nanolab Summer Institute for High School Students
The Sci|Art NanoLab is a highly competitive, 2-week summer program for high school juniors and seniors interested in collaborating with diverse and notable minds to challenge traditional, polarized perspectives of the arts and sciences. This joint venture, between the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) and Department of Design|Media Arts, sponsored by the Art|Sci Center, brings together two of the most competitive majors at UCLA.
This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in both science and art to build their portfolio for college admission as well earn four units of transferable UCLA credit for the two-week course. The course will be supplemented with field trips, guest scholars and lecturers, while offering students the opportunity to experience college life on the UCLA campus. The Sci|Art NanoLab challenges the next generation to Imagine the Impossible!
For more information, please visit: http://artsci.ucla.edu/summer/
UC Los Angeles – Summer Sessions
During the summer, UCLA opens its door to high school students as well, and we invite you to come and study in a welcoming environment that appreciates diversity and global perspectives.
UCLA Summer Sessions offers high school students two ways to engage in a college experience that will challenge and inspire them:
– Individual UCLA Academic Courses
– Specialized Precollege Summer Institutes
UCLA is on the quarter system. As a general guide, a semester unit is worth 1.5 quarter units (e.g., 4 quarter units = 2.5 semester units). UCLA courses are generally accepted for transfer credit, but all decisions on transferability rest with the home institution.
For more information, please visit: http://www.summer.ucla.edu/ushsstudent
UC Los Angeles Health Services – Pre-Med Summer Scholar Program
The Pre-Med Summer Scholar Program is an intense, one-week, primarily educational program incorporating medical guest speakers and hospital-related tours and activities giving the Summer Scholar an involved sense of working within the field of medicine. This exciting, fee-based program is open to current high school sophomores and juniors age 16-18.
For more information, please visit: https://www.uclahealth.org/Volunteer/pre-med-summer-scholar-westwood
UC Los Angeles Health Services – Student Volunteer Program
The Volunteer Services Student Program Coordinator works to make your volunteering experience a valuable asset towards your career goals. Over 300 volunteer positions offer opportunities for students to explore various healthcare-related options. Each year up to 10 student volunteers are selected to win awards, in which winners are announced late each spring at a special event.
For more information, please visit: https://www.uclahealth.org/Volunteer/student-volunteers-santa-monica
UC San Diego – Academic Connections
Academic Connections provides an opportunity for high school students with a 3.3 (or above) weighted cumulative GPA to get a jump start on the college experience. We invite students to explore the best UCSD has to offer. In Session I, students choose one of approximately 25, three-week courses offered. Classes meet five hours a day, with a maximum of 22 students per class, to ensure quality interaction with instructors and instructional assistants. Academic Connections instructors are typically UCSD doctoral students who design and instruct the course. This engaging combination brings freshness and excitement to the classes.
Each student who completes the program will be given a Certificate of Completion and will earn six units of UCSD Extension credit.
For more information, please visit: http://academicconnections.ucsd.edu/
UC San Diego – Summer Session
UC San Diego Summer Session offers more than 600 courses from over 40 disciplines. Students can choose from two convenient five-week sessions and a special session.
High school students are allowed to enroll in up to 8 units per session. For high school students, 4 units per session is considered full-time and is the recommended course load.
For more information, please visit: http://summer.ucsd.edu/index.html
UC Santa Barbara – Research Mentorship Program (RMP)
The 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.
For more information, please visit: http://www.summer.ucsb.edu/pre-college/research-mentorship-program-rmp
Universitá per Stranieri di Perugia (University for Foreigners of Perugia)
The University for Foreigners Perugia, founded in 1925, is the oldest and most prestigious Italian institution involved in teaching and research activities as well as in the diffusion of the Italian language and civilization. The Institutional mission is the dissemination and the promotion of the Italian language and culture all over the world.
The courses of Italian language and culture are structured along the lines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) being elementary, intermediate, advanced and are divided into two levels.
Upon completion of a one-month course or an intensive course students can apply for certification of ECTS credits attributed to the course if they have likewise passed the assessment testing. Students can also apply for certification of ECTS credits of the individual teachings active in the advanced courses of Italian language and culture (C1 and C2) of three months once they have passed the final examination.
For more information, please visit: https://www.unistrapg.it/en
University of British Columbia – Intensive French for HS Students
The French you study in the classroom can be very different from the French you encounter in the real world. This intensive one-week course improves your ability to participate in spontaneous conversations in authentic situations. Taught entirely in French, this course focuses on communication and language function with grammar taught in support of communicative tasks. Our experienced, francophone instructors will teach you about contemporary and historic francophone culture from original sources such as websites, film, music and articles. You improve your conversation skills by participating in class discussions and small group activities. Morning language classes are followed by afternoon workshops where you put your new language skills into practice.
For more information, please visit: https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/intensive-french-high-school-students/si800
University of Chicago – Summer Session
Discover the awesome course opportunities for high school students this summer at the University of Chicago. Within a supportive campus community, students from all over the globe are exposed to diverse ideas in classrooms taught by world-class faculty and instructors. In the classroom, students are given the chance to take intellectual risks, dive more deeply into subject matter, and discuss questions that go beyond the realm of their high school curriculum.
Every Summer Session course, regardless of length, carries the equivalent credit of one full-length (quarter-long) course in the College at the University of Chicago, with the exception of the Pathway programs, which are non-credit. UChicago operates on the quarter, rather than the semester, system; each course offered at the University during Summer Session is the equivalent of 5 quarter hours, or 3.3 semester hours. UChicago grants 100 credits per course.
For more information, please visit: http://summer.uchicago.edu/high-school
University of Miami – Summer Scholars Program
The University of Miami Summer Scholars Program provides an exciting opportunity for current high school sophomores and juniors to explore their academic passions and experience what it’s like to be a college student. This unique academic program allows students to earn college credit, interact with world class professors, make lasting friendships, and grow as independent thinkers.
Many high school students are unsure about what colleges to apply to, let alone what major to pursue. Choosing a precollege summer program like Summer Scholars allows students to explore possible majors, colleges, and career opportunities in an environment where they can earn college credit while concentrating on subject matter they are interested in.
Students enrolled in the Summer Scholars Program earn college credit and their grades will be part of their official record at the University of Miami.
For more information, please visit: http://ssp.dcie.miami.edu/index.html
University of Notre Dame – Summer Scholars
Summer Scholars participants spend two intense weeks in one of 21 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.
For more information, please visit: http://precollege.nd.edu/summer-scholars/
University of Pennsylvania – Management & Technology Summer Institute
The Management & Technology Summer Institute (M&TSI) is a rigorous and rewarding for-credit summer program for rising high school seniors and a select few rising high school juniors interested in exploring the integration of technological concepts and management principles. Sponsored by the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology, Penn Engineering, and the Wharton School, M&TSI features classes taught by leading faculty and successful entrepreneurs, field trips to companies and R&D facilities, intensive team projects, as well as other activities designed to give students the opportunity to learn about the principles and practice of technological innovation.
M&TSI students who successfully complete the program will earn one Penn credit unit (equivalent to one college course). Typically, this credit has been used at Penn and other institutions as a technical elective or general elective.
For more information, please visit: http://www.upenn.edu/fisher/summer-mt
University of Pennsylvania – Pre-College Program
The Pre-College Program is designed for academically curious high school students interested in the intellectual challenge and residential freedom of a true undergraduate experience. Pre-College students reside in campus dorms, enroll in summer courses alongside Penn undergraduates and earn college credit for completed coursework. Our program offers undergraduate courses in a wide array of disciplines taught by Penn faculty, staff and visiting scholars. Academic advising, access to university learning resources and college admission workshops are also provided.
Students earn one course unit (1 c.u., the equivalent of 4 college credit hours) for each course taken. Biology 101 counts as 1.5 c.u. due to the rigorous laboratory component. Summer courses are typically smaller in size and taught by Penn faculty, staff and visiting scholars. Most classes meet two to five times weekly, Monday through Friday, and assign homework, research papers, midterms and/or finals. Textbooks and additional course materials may be required for a class.
For more information, please visit: https://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/programs/highschool/precollege
University of Pennsylvania – Summer Academies
Academies are subject-intensive three-week programs that fuse sophisticated scientific or social theory with relevant application. The science academies draw upon Penn’s cutting-edge technology and resources to provide innovative lab experiences while the social academies draw upon the rich history and diversity of Philadelphia to provide a sociologically comprehensive summer experience.
For more information, please visit: https://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/programs/highschool/academies
University of Rochester – Taste of College
At the University of Rochester, students pursue only what they’re interested in. With Rochester’s Pre-College Programs, high school students get that same freedom. For over twenty-five years, these programs have welcomed students from around the globe to explore the University and its resources to broaden their educational experience, sharpen academic skills, and help them learn more about who—not just what—they want to be.
University faculty, graduate students, and top local educators teach classes demonstrating their enthusiastic commitment to cultivating the minds of young students. With small class sizes, instructors mentor each student and give valuable insights into the theories, technologies, and principles of their field.
With Taste of College, students get a jump-start on their college career. This program allows students to earn college credit and study among Rochester undergraduates. The classes motivate students to explore subjects typically reserved for study on a collegiate level. Courses are offered during the University’s fall, spring, and summer academic semesters, and credits are transferable to most colleges and universities.
For more information, please visit: http://enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege/#tab3
University of Southern California – Summer Programs
The 4-Week college immersion program offers high school students university experience in a subject area of their choice. Courses are interactive, engaging and challenging, allowing students to explore new areas of study or build on their high school coursework.
1. Choose from over 20 courses in a variety of subject areas.
2. Benefit from academic instruction and support from faculty and staff.
3. Receive 3 units of USC elective credit upon successful completion of the 4-Week course.
Courses are designed to be both challenging and engaging. Depending on the specific course, you may expect group work, hands-on lab experience, field trips, guest speakers and/or an encompassing final project. Each student may register for only one course, as each course requires 5 to 6 hours of instruction per day; you won’t have time for more than one.
For more information, please visit: https://summerprograms.usc.edu/programs/4-week/
University of Virginia – UVa Advance
UVa Advance is a four-week summer residential program for highly-motivated, rising high school juniors and seniors that offers participants an opportunity to experience college life at the University of Virginia. Participants earn six transferable undergraduate credits from UVA, enrolling in two undergraduate courses – one core course specially designed for UVA Advance students and one elective course open to all Summer Session students.
For more information, please visit: https://summer.virginia.edu/uva-advance
Volunteer opportunities are available for groups and individuals. In order to provide a stable presence in the participants’ lives, Urban Compass asks that all volunteers commit to at least a semester of service (usually five months). Actual volunteer duties will be assigned in conjunction with interests and expertise. Ongoing training is provided. Volunteers play recreational and educational games with the students, assist students with homework, arts and crafts and act as chaperones on field trips. Volunteers are assigned to a specific child in order for the student and mentor form a relationship.
For more information, please visit: http://www.urbancompass.org/
US Performing Arts Camps
US Performing Arts Camps (est. 2001) is the premier network of summer programs in the performing arts and media in the US for students 11-20 years of age. It is an opportunity for students to see and be seen by top-tier colleges and universities before making their college decision. Experiencing specific college curriculum for credit or enrichment, taught by university faculty and their invited professional guests, students and faculty can make more informed decisions for the students’ future study.
For more information, please visit: http://www.usperformingarts.com
Vanderbilt University – Summer Academy
This residential academic experience provides qualifying students with a taste of college life. As a VSA student, you will live on campus and take accelerated courses with Vanderbilt professors, lecturers, and graduate students. Outside the classroom, our carefully selected residential staff members supervise the dining and residence halls, plan fun and engaging recreational activities, and help ensure that every VSA student has a fulfilling experience.
For more information, please visit: https://pty.vanderbilt.edu/students/vsa/
Wake Forest University – Summer Session
Current high school students can further their education with summer session classes at WFU. With permission from their headmaster/mistress or school principal, high school juniors and seniors can enroll for regular college-level classes to earn credit towards their future degree programs.
For prospective Wake Forest students, this is an excellent way to experience campus life on a small scale and build relationships with professors prior to enrolling at WFU as a full-time college student. Students can take up to 7 credit hours during each summer session which typically works out to 2 classes.
For more information, please visit: http://college.wfu.edu/summer/high-school-students/
Washington University at St. Louis – High School Summer Scholars Program
Experience all facets of college life in our High School Summer Scholars Program, open to students during the summer following their sophomore or junior year. Through our High School Summer Scholars Program, students have the opportunity to enroll in courses for credit and study alongside undergraduates. Students select from a broad range of stimulating introductory courses in the humanities, math, sciences, and social sciences.
High School Summer Scholars live on campus in one of our top-ranked, air-conditioned residence halls. In addition to coursework, students participate in specialized seminars, academic support groups, and a variety of weekend and evening social events.
For more information, please visit: https://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/scholars
Washington University in St. Louis – High School Summer Institutes
High School Summer Institutes combine traditional undergraduate class and lab curriculum with organized field trips, guest lectures, and hands-on activities in order for you to gain valuable academic and career experience. Institutes are divided into morning and afternoon sessions. You will have assigned readings and assignments throughout the program. Every student completes a student reflection essay and a final project which varies for each institute. In the evenings, students attend academic seminars, workshops, and social events.
For more information, please visit: https://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/institutes
Where There Be Dragons
Where There Be Dragons is the leader in cross-cultural education, fostering leadership, self-exploration and global citizenship since 1993. We are dedicated to cross-cultural education because we believe that future leaders will be required to think beyond borders when considering the implications of resource scarcity on a global community. Our courses are designed to help young adults develop the self-awareness and cross-cultural competencies to be active participants in this conversation.
For more information, please visit: https://www.wheretherebedragons.com/
Yale University – Summer Session
Yale Summer Session provides academically rigorous and innovative undergraduate programs and courses to Yale and visiting students across platforms and around the world. Students come to Yale Summer Session to take Yale College courses in New Haven, online, or abroad; to study English through the English Language Institute; or to hone their craft at the Yale Writers’ Conference or in the Summer Drama Program.
Yale Summer Session seeks motivated high school students who wish to enroll in Yale College courses for credit. In for-credit courses, qualified high school students will share the classroom with college students and will do college-level work. All participants will be held to the same set of standards. Pre-college students living on campus are required to be full-time students; they must take two course credits (the equivalent of eight semester hours) per session.
For more information, please visit: http://summer.yale.edu/
Yale University – Yale Young Global Scholars
An official Yale University program, participants in the Yale Young Global Scholars Program for Outstanding High School Students can expect an amazing summer experience studying in beautiful campus lecture halls and classrooms, living in Yale’s historic residential colleges, eating in award-winning dining halls, meeting a talented community of fellow students, engaging with world-renowned professors, and interacting with extraordinary visiting practitioners.
For more information, please visit: http://globalscholars.yale.edu/