Indiana Summer Programs and Camps

for High School Students and Middle School Students

Indiana Summer Programs and Camps Directory

for High School Students and Middle School Students

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Indiana Summer Pre-College Program Descriptions

Program: Ball State University Summer Design Works Studio for High School Students: Muncie, Indiana
Description: Ball State University offers a summer art workshop for high school students through the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) this summer. Student have the opportunity to gain hands-on experiences, learn from experts in the field of art, go on field trips, and meet peers with similar interests. Students also have a chance to experience a feel for college life on the Ball’s State’s campus.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Ball State Design Works Summer Program
Program: BWS Education Consulting – SAT, ACT, PSAT, Math, Science, and Writing Tutoring and Classes for Students in the Greater Indianapolis Area: Greater Indianapolis, Indiana
Description: BWS Education Consulting provides ACT, SAT, PSAT, Math, Science, and Writing Tutoring and Classes to students in the greater Indianapolis area, including Carmel, Zionsville, Brownsburg, Avon, Plainfield, and Beech Grove, Indiana. Company President Brian Stewart is the author of the latest Barron’s ACT Guide, and also the new Barron’s PSAT Guide. The tutors of BWS Education have documented score increases of as many as 12 points on the ACT and as many as 330 points on the SAT.
Participants: Students in the Greater Indianapolis
Program website: BWS Education Consulting
Program: Earlham College Summer Pre-College Explore-A-College Program for High School Students: Richmond, Indiana
Description: The Earlham College Explore-A-College Program provides students with the opportunity to experience and preview college life. The summer program is designed to provide students with a chance to prepare for college academically and socially. The program is open to students who have completed their 9th grade.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Earlham Summer Explore – A – College Program
Program: GERI Summer Youth Programs Camps at Purdue University in Indiana: West Lafayette, Indiana
Description: Every summer, GERI has engaged gifted, creative, and talented students from across the country and around the world in residential camps designed to stimulate their imagination and expand their abilities.  Students who have completed grades 5 – 12 live in campus residence halls, take challenging courses, and participate in engaging recreational activities.  GERI offers three programs each year.  At GERI Summer Camps, you will experience intellectual challenges, personal attention from talented and caring staff members, outstanding Purdue facilities, friendships with others from around the world who share similar interests, and enjoyable learning and social experiences.
Participants: High ability students who have completed grades 5 – 12.
Program website: GERI Summer Programs
Program: Hanover College Summer Pre-College Academy for High School Students: Hanover, Indiana
Description: The Hanover College Summer Academy is designed to provide students with the opportunity to engage in learning about topics of interest during the summer. Students also have the chance to experience life on a college campus and to learn from faculty members.
Participants: High School Students
Program website: Hanover Summer Pre-College Academy
Program: Indiana University’s High School Summer Journalism Institute: Bloomington, Indiana
Description: Indiana University’s High School Journalism Institute is designed for high school students who are interested in learning about journalism. During this summer program, students have the opportunity to explore the role of contemporary journalism in society, analyze their own student publications as well as other student publications, and develop the skills necessary to produce quality publications. Participating students have the opportunity to work with faculty members and with peers who share an interest in the field of journalism.
Participants:  High school students.
Program website: Indiana Summer High School Journalism Institute
Program: Indiana State University Summer Honors Program for High School Students: Terre Haute, Indiana
Description: Indiana State’s Summer Honors program allows high school students to explore an academic interest, experience campus life—and earn University credit. All one-week seminars will be held on the Indiana State University campus, located in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Participants:  Rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Program website: Indiana State Summer Honors Program

 

 

 



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