Summer Pre-College Art Programs for High School Students and Middle School Students
Program: Rhode Island School of Art and Design (RISD) Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students: Providence, RI
Description: The six-week residential Pre-College Program offers 16- to 18-year-old high school students a comprehensive introduction to the college art school experience. Students follow a college-like studio curriculum and live in RISD residence halls, in a full-immersion encounter with art and design education at the highest level. The program is focused, serious and challenging, as students experience the core elements of a RISD education—critical thinking and artmaking—from foundation drawing and design courses, to critical studies in art history, to focused concentration in one of 20 diverse majors.
Participants: Students Ages 16-18
Program website: http://www.risd.com/cfm/precollege.cfm
Program: School of the Art Institute of Chicago Early College Program Summer Institute: Chicago, Illinois
Description: Ideas matter. At SAIC, we believe meaning and making are inseparable. Our studios are laboratories, where conceptual thinking, art making, and design skills are developed and strengthened. The Early College Program (ECP) Summer Institute provides high school students the necessary creative freedom to develop a structured dialogue between ideas and process. Mirroring the methods and practices of contemporary artists and designers, students choose courses within focused disciplines, yet retain opportunities to freely explore media in order to build a strong portfolio. Students are encouraged to explore a wide variety of materials and processes to discover new ways of defining their creative practice.
Why ECP Summer Institute?
- Students who complete the ECP Summer Institute receive college credit and have the portfolio requirement of their SAIC undergraduate application waived.
- ECP Summer Institute students receive college-level instruction from SAIC’s outstanding faculty with additional support from student Teaching Assistants.
- Individual portfolio review sessions are available.
- Students have access to SAIC’s extensive resources, including the Art Institute of Chicago museum.
Participants: High school students who have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior year are eligible to enroll in the ECP Summer Institute. Housing, merit scholarships, and need-based aid are available. Two- and three-week sessions begin June 24 and July 8, 2013.
Program website: saic.edu/ecp
Program Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program: Columbus College of Art & Design's 2013 College Pre-View Day and Discovery Club: Columbus, Ohio
Description: College PreView at Columbus College of Art & Design offers rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors an exhilarating three-week college experience in art and design. Live in our residence halls, take classes with our faculty, meet professional artists, exhibit your work, explore Columbus and its art scene, and consider a trip to New York City. If you’ll be entering grade 10, 11, or 12 next fall and are considering a future in the visual arts, this is the program that will make your decision clear—and earn you three college credits (with an additional credit if you complete the New York Art Excursion). New for 2013 is a College PreView program designed for students entering grades 7, 8, 9, or 10 next fall.
Participants: Students entering grades 7 - 12.
Program website: http://www.ccad.edu/programs-of-study/community-classes/college-preview/
Program: Ringling College of Art and Design PreCollege Perspective: Sarasota, FL
Description: The four-week residential art prepares high school students for their transition to art college by offering them an opportunity to experience college life and study an undergraduate-level visual arts curriculum. The program, led by Ringling College faculty, combines intensive studio instruction in five fundamental art and design courses, with in-depth, major-specific immersion workshops. Students build their knowledge of materials and technique, strengthen their ability to solve visual problems, and develop the tools to create strong portfolios for college admissions and scholarships. Successful completion of PreCollege Perspective earns 3 college credits.
- Study with Ringling College faculty in their chosen majors.
- Build and strengthen their skills so they’re primed for their 1st year as Ringling students.
- Get comfortable with project-based learning and the project pace.
- Build relationships with faculty and Ringling upper classmen who will be their mentors.
- Learn their way around the studios, labs and campus.
- Earn 3 college credits.
Participants: Co-ed high school students ages 16-18.
Program website: ringling.edu/precollege
Program email: email@example.com
Program: Lesley University Summer Pre-College Program - The Art Institute of Boston: Boston, MA
Description: Study art in a college environment with professional artists. Our pre-college programs are especially designed to challenge your imagination and encourage your creative growth.
Participants: High School Students
Program website: http://www.lesley.edu/aib/curriculum/precollege.html
Program: iD Visual Arts Academy for Teens
Description: Spend 2 weeks engaging in creative expression taking photos and making movies! Teens beginner to advanced use Photoshop, After Effects, or Final Cut Pro to create portfolios. Courses: iD Film Studios 101 (pre to post-production), Visual FX (develop visual effects reel), or Professional Photography (learn advanced features of a DSLR camera and edit photos). Explore historic cities and college campuses for the perfect backdrop. Held at Stanford University and NYU. Additional 2-week Teen academies include iD Gaming Academy and iD Programming Academy. Also weeklong, day and overnight photography and film camps for ages 7-17 located at 60 universities in 27 states (www.internalDrive.com). Visit the website or call 1-888-709-TECH to speak to a Program Advisor who can recommend a customized summer schedule to develop a student’s interest.
Program Website: Summer Programs for Teens
Program: Alfred University Summer Programs for High School Students: Alfred, New York
Description: Alfred University’s residential summer programs offer in-depth instruction in Astronomy, Art Portfolio Prep, Creative Writing, Consumer Chemistry, Computers, Ceramic & Glass Engineering, Robotics, Renewable Energy Engineering, Theater, Equestrian and Swimming. Classes, taught by distinguished members of the University faculty, are kept small to allow for lots of individualized attention. When not in class, campers enjoy participating in fun recreational activities along with taking time to relax and get to know one another. Out-of-class supervision is provided by our team of Resident Assistants, who are specially trained to serve as camp counselors, positive role models, mentors and friends. Our campus is located in a peaceful village in western New York State, surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful meadows and valleys. Campers stay in clean, modern residence halls and all-you-can-eat, cafeteria-style meals are served in the University dining hall. With Alfred University’s excellence in teaching and quality programming, this is the perfect place to spend an enjoyable week or two learning, making friends, and experiencing life on a college campus!
Participants: Students aged 14-17.
Program website: www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/
Program: Art: Summer at Penn: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Description: Art students choose various classes ranging from drawing and painting to graphic design and filmmaking. It's a truly pre-college experience, as you prepare for college admissions and college while creating your portfolio. In-depth studio program for students ages 14-18 at the University of Pennsylvania.
Participants: High School Students, ages 14 - 18.
Program website: http://www.jkcp.com/program/art-summer-at-penn/
Program: Architecture: Summer at Penn: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Description: In-depth architecture program for students ages 14-18 at the University of Pennsylvania. Express your personal ideas as you explore the architectural design process, from drawing by hand and computer to constructing scale models. Working alongside a culturally diverse mix of students, you'll use the city of Philadelphia's architecture as inspiration and produce your own portfolio.
Participants: High School Students, ages 14 - 18.
Program website: http://www.jkcp.com/program/architecture-summer-at-penn/
Program: Lawrence Technological University Art, Architecture, and Design Summer Camps: Southfield, Michigan
Description: LTU offers stimulating academic camps for high school students interested in engineering, technology, design, and science. Professors will introduce you to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios on Lawrence Tech’s 102-acre campus in Southfield, Michigan.
Week-long sessions are held between June 24 and July 26, 2013. You can choose from more than two dozen leading-edge camps, including forensic science, web design, biomedical engineering, robotics, and architecture.
Enjoy day camps or opt for a residential camp. You’ll live in student housing, eat in the cafeteria, and participate in a fun selection of organized activities each evening. Current Lawrence Tech students will be on hand to assist campers.
Participants: Incoming High School Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.
Program Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Contact Information: Contact Lisa Kujawa at email@example.com
Program website: http://ltu.edu/community_k12/summer_camps.asp
Program: Pre-College at Skidmore for High School Students: Saratoga Springs, New York
Description: Try college on before taking college on! Skidmore's prestigious Pre-College Program in the Liberal and Studio Arts has been preparing talented high school students for college success for more than forty years. High-achieving sophomores, juniors, and seniors from across the country and around the world travel to our Saratoga Springs campus each summer to take part in Skidmore’s five-week Pre-College Program. Students engage in college-level study in the liberal and studio arts amid a beautiful upstate New York campus setting.
In Skidmore’s Pre-College Program, high school students earn college credit while studying alongside college students. They work with Skidmore’s nationally recognized faculty and visiting artists and enjoy access to the College’s state-of-the-art facilities and resources. Do your interests range from math to studio art, psychology to English, economics to religion? Skidmore’s unique curriculum allows students to take either two liberal arts courses, two studio art courses, or one of each. Choose a class in an area where your strengths lie, or delve into an unexplored subject to challenge your perceptions and discover new fields of knowledge.
At Skidmore, high school students prepare for college success while living together, cultivating new friendships, and discovering the right balance between work and fun. A carefully selected and trained residential staff lives with Pre-College students in their own private residence hall. The residential life program, designed to support and complement academic and artistic endeavors, ensures that students' social lives are every bit as exhilarating as their intellectual lives.
Find out for yourself why Skidmore Pre-College alumni describe the program as challenging, fun, enlightening, life-changing, mind-altering, motivational, experimental, adventurous, to name just a few. Come spend July with us and discover your future.
Participants: Rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Program website: www.skidmore.edu/precollege
Program: Summer Educational Experience at Elmira College - Fire Away: The Transformation of Fired Clay: Elmira, New York
Description: At SEE EC, high school students will experience college life, attend innovative, small classes led by some of our best faculty, and earn three (3) college credits. This college experience will be educational and fun. A key component of this program is a focus on College Success Skills that will help to better prepare the attendees for a successful transition to college when the time comes. Additionally, the program includes many fun activities, including three off-campus excursions. All transportation and fees are included in the program cost. Mark Twain did his best work during his Summers in Elmira, so can you! An Art Course is available - Fire Away: The Transformation of Fired Clay
Participants: High School Students, grades 10, 11, and 12.
Program website: www.elmira.edu/seeec
Program: Montserrat College of Art Pre-College Program for High School Students: Beverly, MA
Description: Imagine spending 3 weeks this summer living, breathing, talking about, and making art at Montserrat College of Art. With Montserrat's summer art courses, you’ll explore new ideas with other students and learn new techniques from a faculty of distinguished working artists. All in a lively historic coastal town on Boston’s beautiful North Shore.
Participants: High School Students
Program website: http://www.montserrat.edu/continuing-ed/summer-pre-college.php
Program: Memphis College of Art Summer Programs for High School Students and Middle School Students: Memphis, Tennessee
Description: Explore, discover, create and have fun in Memphis College of Art’s Summer Art Camp. We offer qualified teaching artists, small class sizes, a variety of media and excellent facilities. Classes range from exploratory creative expression to intensive investigation of design principles. We are committed to nurturing children’s love for creating art, whatever their age, interest or skill level may be. The camp includes exciting classes for all ages. Middle and high school students can choose from drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, design, and much more. Rising juniors and seniors can develop a portfolio in an intensive class designed to prepare them for the college application process.
Participants: High School Students and Middle School Students.
Program Website: http://www.mca.edu/publicprogramscommedsummerartcamp
Program: Kansas City Institute of Art Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students: Kansas City, Missouri
Description: Kansas City Insitute of Art Pre-College ArtLab (PCAL) is a three-week residency program for freshman through senior high school students. Seniors who have already graduated are welcome to apply. Students accepted into the PCAL program will choose a studio major and also take a liberal arts course as well as an intensive life drawing course. The program will help students discover first hand the commitment it takes to be an artist.
Participants: High School Students.
Program website: http://www.kcai.edu/continuing-education/programs/youth
Program: Bowdoin Summer Art Camp for High School Students, Middle School Students and Kids: Brunswick, Maine
Description: The Bowdoin Summer Art Camp is a fully-supervised day in the art studio that nurtures seeing, exploration, and creativity in young people. No experience or expertise is necessary. Art Camp is open to children aged 5 - 15 with the enthusiasm for the process of making art, and a willingness to experiment with new ways of seeing. Each session is designed to work as a separate unit, but a child may enroll in more than one session as long as he or she is the appropriate age.
Participants: Students Ages 5 - 15.
Program website: http://www.bowdoin.edu/summer-programs/programs/bowdoin-art-camp.shtml
Program: The Art Institute of Atlanta Summer Studio Pre-College Program for High School Students: Atlanta, Georgia
Description: REALIZE YOUR POTENTIAL Our creative workshops put you in a hands-on, collaborative environment learning new skills and creating an awesome final project under the artistic and technical guidance of our industry-savvy instructors.
FORECAST YOUR FUTURE As a high school junior you have a unique opportunity to see if our creative community is where you belong. You’ll have the chance to experience firsthand what it’s like to pursue your passion and apply your talent here. Meet other creative minds and take a week to discover what a creative education could be like.
Participants: High School Juniors.
Program Website: http://www.summerstudio.com/atlanta/
Program: Syracuse University Summer College for High School Students: Syracuse, NY
Description: Summer College offers unique programs designed to let students explore talents and interests through credit and noncredit academic programs ranging from 2 to 6-weeks in length. Courses and programs are offered in more than 25 academic departments. All programs are designed to give you a realistic view of undergraduate coursework in a field that interests you.
Participants: Students who have completed their sophomore or junior year of high school
Program website: www.summercollege.syr.edu
Program: Emerson College Summer Programs for High School Students, Boston, Massachusetts
Description: Emerson College offers 5-week pre-college academic summer programs in filmmaking, acting, musical theatre, stage design, creative writing, and television & film production; and 2-week programs in journalism and political communication (PAL). At Emerson, students focus on acquiring skills by doing, meet other students who share their passion for arts and communication, and gain an understanding of college life.
Participants: High school students entering grades 10, 11 and 12 during the 2013-2014 academic year are welcome to apply to Studio Programs in Stage Design, Television & Film Production, Creative Writing, Journalism, or Political Communication. Rising seniors and juniors [2013-2014 academic year] are welcome to apply to the Pre-College Studio Programs in Acting, Musical Theatre, or Filmmaking. We seek exceptional rising juniors and seniors for the Pre-College Credit Programs, where participants have an opportunity to earn 8 college credits.
Program website: http://www.emerson.edu/academics/professional-studies/programs-high-school-students
Program: SPI High School Study Abroad
Description: 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.
Eligible Participants: High School Students.
Program website: http://www.spiabroad.com/
Program: Summer@Rensselaer: New York
Description: Summer@Rensselaer offers various academic enrichment programs on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Day enrichment programs are available for elementary, middle and high school students. Residential enrichment programs are available for high school students. All the summer programs are designed and taught by Rensselaer faculty members. Programs include daily on-campus classroom preparation, lab experience, tours, visits with faculty and admissions counselors, hands-on projects and interactions with current undergraduate and graduate students. Summer residential enrichment programs allow high school students the chance to participate in non credit programs that Build Their Future. In addition Rensselaer invites pre-college age students to attend a RPI Sports Camp, Taught by RPI Coaches, to stimulate their minds and exercise their bodies. Rensselaer has 23 varsity teams, both men’s and women’s sports. The men’s and women’s hockey team competes at the Division I level. The remaining teams play in Division III. Rensselaer is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the ECACHL, NYSWCAA, and the Liberty League. Each summer program will be individually priced. Visit the Summer@Rensselaer website at http://summer.rpi.edu and click the program listing name online for details.
Participants: High School Students, Middle School Students, and Elementary School Students
Program website: http://summer.rpi.edu
Program: UCLA Sci | Art Nanolab Summer Institute: Los Angeles, California
Description: The Sci | Art NanoLab is a highly competitive 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. Throughout the 2-week intensive program, students will make connections between cutting edge scientific research, popular culture and contemporary arts. Lab visits, workshops, hands-on experiments, and meetings with world renowned scientists will be balanced with visits to museums, daily movie screenings and meetings with famous contemporary artists who collaborate with scientists.
NANOTECH LECTURES AND HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE: Access to scholars in 15 cutting-edge labs from 7 nationally top-ranked departments operating at the forefront of nanoscience research.
IMAGINE THE IMPOSSIBLE: The program culminates in a public presentation + exhibition of student’s think-tank research.
EXPERIENCE COLLEGE AND BUILDA UNIQUE PORTFOLIO: Earn 4 units of transferable UCLA College credits! Students have full access to all UCLA facilities.
EXPLORE ART AND SCIENCE IN LOS ANGELES: Tours and fieldtrips to museums and laboratories in and around Los Angeles.
DATES: The dates of the UCLA Sci | Art Nanolab Summer Institute are July 22nd - August 2nd, 2013
Participants: High School Juniors and Seniors.
Program website: http://artsci.ucla.edu/summer
Program: Savannah College of Art and Design Summer Programs, Atlanta Georgia
Description: Savannah College of Art and Design has summer programs available in variety of art related fields. Students can sign up for workshops in areas such as bring artwork to life: animation basics, drawing studio: still life, the painter's studio: acrylic media, and setting the scene: producing design basics.
Participants: There are programs available for students who have completed their 9th, 10th, or 11th grade years of high school.
Program website: www.scad.edu/admission/summer_programs/index.cfm
Program: Ball State University Summer Design Works Studio for High School Students: Muncie, Indiana
Description: Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields and see how they feel as career possibilities? There’s no better place than the high school summer workshop offered by Ball State's College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) this summer. True to Ball State’s commitment to experiential learning, this two-week session offers a hands-on immersion into the exciting world of environmental design and problem solving, with fun and creative activities led by CAP faculty. The program also includes a field trip experience to a place where students may experience a diversity of environmental design, such as a major metropolitan area or an architectural Mecca such as the unusual Indiana community of Columbus. Students stay together in university housing and in their free time can explore a variety of campus recreational and entertainment options.
Participants: High School Students.
Program website: http://cms.bsu.edu/Academics/CollegesandDepartments/CAP/SummerWorkshop.aspx
Program: Summer Discovery - The world's finest and most popular pre-college, middle school enrichment and internship programs.
Description: We are proud that every summer more teenagers choose SUMMER DISCOVERY than any other program of its kind.
Your safety, security and health are our primary concerns. SUMMER DISCOVERY's unparalleled, experienced leadership provides a well-supervised, supportive environment where teenagers are treated with the care and respect they deserve. Freedom with support and balance, that's SUMMER DISCOVERY.
For over 40 years, high school students from around the globe have enjoyed summers filled with fun, educational and innovative activities. While visiting our website, take time to learn about your program of interest - college credit, internships, research mentorship, sport management, leadership programs, SAT prep, Skills for Mind and Body, enrichment, writing, community service, college admissions prep, tennis, golf, cooking and many other activities. Summer Discovery offers programs at 11 different locations in 5 countries, and works with universities of the highest caliber, such as University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, Georgetown, and many more! We invite you to join a wonderful group of teenagers from all over the USA and around the world this summer and experience a great summer program for teens!
Participants: high school students in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Program website: http://www.summerdiscovery.com/
Program: Jr. Discovery
Description: Welcome to Jr. Discovery, unique 3 week summer enrichment experiences for teenagers completing grades 6, 7 and 8. At Jr. Discovery, learning is everywhere - in the classroom, dorm room, dining hall, on-stage, the tennis court or ball field, on trips and excursions, and the daily interaction between peers, dynamic teachers and Resident Counselors.
Since 1966, the Musiker Family has been directing outstanding educational experiences for teenagers. As parents ourselves, we realize middle school students are at an important crossroads in their development. Life poses many new challenges, opportunities, emotions, and rewards. Jr. Discovery is designed to facilitate a positive transition from adolescence to young adulthood, and from middle school to high school. Our innovative Skills for Mind and Body curriculum inspires independent thinking, creativity, personal growth, self-confidence, time management and life skills.
Additionally, through cooperative living and positive mentoring by a superb group of Resident Counselors, our students experience the finest, caring supervision, group dynamics, and mutual respect.
Best of all, Jr. Discovery is a summer of new friendships with students from all over the USA and the world. In the Jr. Discovery community, everyone is welcome and everyone belongs. We look forward to welcoming you to our community this summer.
Participants: Middle School Students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade
Program website: http://www.summerdiscovery.com/
Program: Discovery Internships
Description: Discovery Internships, formerly Career Explorations, is dedicated to helping students stand out and take control of their futures. Our customized internship programs provide life changing experiences for students at a pivotal time in their life. 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. Discovery Internships is powered by the expertise and experience of two leading summer program providers, Musiker Summer Discovery and Dream Careers. Summer Discovery has directed award-winning programs for high school students for over 40 years. Dream Careers is the leading provider of college internship programs worldwide, and has placed more than 10,000 interns over the past decade.
The Discovery Internships program is an all-inclusive summer internship experience. 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 mentoring, 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. Students receive academic credit for their internship and completion of coursework from New York University (NYU).
Today, the Discovery Internships program is provided in Boston, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and London. Discovery Internships receives applications from high school students in nearly every state in the U.S. and just as many countries.
Participants: High School Students in grades 10th, 11th, and 12th
Program website: http://www.summerdiscovery.com/
Program: Juniper Institute for Young Writers: Amherst, Massachusetts
Description: The Juniper Institute for Young Writers is an extraordinary nine-day creative writing program for writers who are finishing their sophomore, junior, or senior years of high school. Hosted by the University of Massachusetts MFA Program for Poets and Writers, the Institute offers participants a unique opportunity: intensive workshops, craft sessions, and studio courses designed especially for young writers and unparalleled exposure to world-renowned authors through readings and Q&As.
Participants: Recently completed sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school.
Program website: http://www.umass.edu/juniperyoungwriters/
Program: Maryland Institute College of Art Summer Pre-College Program: Baltimore, Maryland
Description: This summer, experience one of the most challenging and rewarding opportunities for young artists and designers. Collaborate with MICA expert faculty, visiting working professionals, earn college credit, learn how to put together an application portfolio that stands out, and dramatically expand your creative skills. Live, learn, and socialize on campus with other creative-minded students like you from all over the world.
Participants: High School Students
Program website: http://www.mica.edu/Programs_of_Study/Programs_for_Children_and_Teens/Programs_for_High_School_Students/Summer_Pre-College.html
Program: Carnegie Mellon Pre-College Program: A Summer of Exploration: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Description: This program provides students with the opportunity to explore and gain experience in an area of interest including: architecture, art, design, drama, or music.
Participants: Students who have completed 10th, 11th, or 12th grade by the summer.
Program website: www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college/apea.html
Program: Drama Workshop at Duke University: Durham, North Carolina
Description: This program provides students with the opportunity to learn about various aspects of theatre and drama and to gain hands-on experience in theatre performance.
Participation: Students in grades 9-11.
Program website: www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth/drama/
Program: Creative Writer's Workshop at Duke University: Durham, North Carolina
Description: This program is for advanced writers who are interested in refining their writing skills. Students work with instructors and their peers to reach their self-defined goals for this workshop. Students are also provided with individual consultation from instructors.
Participation: Students in grades 10 and 11.
Program website: www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth/creativewriter/
Program: Young Writer's Camp at Duke University: Durham, North Carolina
Description: This program gives students the opportunity to explore different genres of writing (i.e. short story, poetry, playwriting…). Students receive instruction from professional writers and educators. Students also have the opportunity to share their own writing.
Participation: Students in grades 6 and 11
Program website: www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth/youngwriter/
Program: Summer Study Programs
Description: The leader in Pre-college programs combining stimulating academics with exciting sports/recreational activities, nightlife, sightseeing, foreign culture and travel weekends. College Credit or Non-Credit…2, 3, 3½, 4, 5, 6 or 6½ weeks…"Big Ten", Big Mountains, or Big City... THE CHOICE IS YOURS. Summer Study IS “THE TOTAL PRE-COLLEGIATE EXPERIENCE” ®
Participants: High School students completing 9th through 12th grade and Middle School students completing 8th grade.
Program website: http://www.summerstudy.com