Maryland Summer Programs and Camps

for High School Students and Middle School Students

Maryland Summer Programs and Camps Directory

for High School Students and Middle School Students

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for High School Students and Middle School Students

Maryland Summer Pre-College Program Descriptions

Program: Johns Hopkins University Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students: Baltimore, Maryland
Description: Johns Hopkins University offers two types of pre-college summer programs for high school students.
Discover Hopkins – The Discover Hopkins Pre-College Programs are intensive programs designed to expose students to topics from different perspectives. Instructors lead students in learning about a selected topic in the mornings. The experts captivate the afternoons–faculty, alumni, and other guest speakers who are leading researchers or practitioners in the subject areas. The learning of the topic is enhanced with a variety of guided field trips in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Virginia, or West Virginia.
Summer University Pre-College Programs – The Johns Hopkins Summer University Pre-College Program offers qualified high school students the opportunity to take freshman- and sophomore-level classes in arts and sciences and engineering. Residential students must be full-time students and enroll in two classes. Commuter students may register part-time (one class) or take the full two-course load. This pre-college programs enables students to choose from a wide variety of courses.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Johns Hopkins Summer Pre-College Programs
Program: University of Maryland Terp Young Scholars Program for High School Students: College Park, Maryland
Description: For academically talented high school seniors, juniors and sophomores, Terp Young Scholars is an opportunity to preview the full college experience. During three extraordinary weeks this summer, students earn three university credits while exploring academic interests, investigating career opportunities and taking part in workshops, seminars and social activities. Our dynamic faculty challenge students to explore bold ideas and new ways of learning as they engage in creative problem solving with their peers from across the United States and around the world.

While staying on campus or commuting, students will be immersed in campus life and enjoy many of the same world-class facilities used by Maryland’s full-time students. For students planning on going to college, this is a great opportunity to get a head start.

Admission is competitive and contingent upon space availability. Learn more today.

Participants: High school students.
Program website: University of Maryland Terp Young Scholars Program

Program: University of Maryland Terp Discovery for Middle School Students: College Park Maryland
Description: Terp Discovery is an opportunity for seventh and eighth grade students to learn, grow and explore at one of America’s top public universities. During this two-week program, academically talented students attend courses and seminars taught by UMD faculty, and engage with experts in innovative fields, all while collaborating and enjoying social activities with equally talented students who share their interests, abilities and ambitions.

Terp Discovery students will be met with high expectations as they explore diverse and engaging courses and interactive seminars. Our faculty encourages creative reasoning and problem solving, and challenge students to develop new skills and knowledge. From the atmosphere to the curriculum, this unique program provides students with an exceptional opportunity to grow in confidence both academically and socially.

Admission is competitive and contingent upon space availability. Learn more today.

Participants: Middle school students.
Program website: University of Maryland Terp Discovery

Program: Maryland Institute College of Art Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students: 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: Maryland Institute College of Art Summer Program
Program: McDaniel College Summer Science Academy Programs for High School Students: Westminster, Maryland
Description: McDaniel College offers summer science camps for high school students. Students have the opportunity to learn about high interest science topics and to explore science career fields. Camps include: forensic science, space and rocketry, sumo-bots, real world physical science, and engineering lab.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: McDaniel Summer Science Programs
Program: Morgan State University Summer Academy of Mathematics and Science (SAMS) for High School Students: Baltimore, Maryland
Description: The Summer Academy of Mathematics and Science (SAMS), sponsored by Morgan State University, provides students with the opportunity to learn about computer technology, mathematics, and sciences. The summer program is designed for students who have an interest in pursuing careers in the fields of math and science. Participating students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experiences, work with experienced instructors, and meet peers with similar interest. Overall, the summer program has been developed to encourage students to explore and gain advanced experience with computer science, mathematics, and the sciences.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Morgan State Summer Academy
Program: Towson University Summer Art Camp : Towson, Maryland
Description: Towson University offers a summer art camp that provides students with the opportunity to explore different facets of art, gain experience in a college setting, improve artistic skills, work cooperatively with peers, and learn from experienced art teachers. Students also have a chance to learn about topics such as drawing, painting, sculpture, animation, and more.
Participants: Students ages 6-14.
Program website: Towson Art Camp

 

 

 



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