Michigan Summer Programs and Camps

for High School Students and Middle School Students

Michigan 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

Michigan Summer Pre-College Program and Camp Descriptions

Program: Albion College Summer Camps for High School and Middle School Students: Albion, Michigan
Description: Albion College offers a variety of summer camps for high school and middle school students. The high school summer academic camps are an all-inclusive pre-college experience; living on a college campus, participating in cutting edge hands-on activities, having fun and making friends in your area of interest. Albion College professors will instruct the camps, enhance academic skills and foster independence while granting college credit. Middle school students can take advantage of our fun LEGO robotics and Minecraft camps designed to learn aspects of engineering, problem-solving, and programming. Take advantage of our camps, a fantastic way to learn more about subjects of interest.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Albion College Summer Camps

Program: Hope College Summer Reach Pre-College Program for High School Students: Holland, Michigan
Description: Hope College has been a leader in science and math education for decades. Student-faculty research is a vital part of our excellent programs.  The focus of our 6-week summer REACH (Research Experience Across Cultures) program for high school students and teachers is to create opportunities for students and teachers to engage in challenging and relevant research projects with Hope’s science and math faculty.
Participants: High school students
Program website: Hope Summer Reach Program
Program: Lake Superior State University Summer Camps and Courses for High School Students and Middle School Students: Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
Description: Lake Superior State University offers a variety of summer camps and courses for high school students and middle school students. Participants have the opportunity to learn about a high interest topic and spend time on the campus of Lake Superior State University in Michigan. Camps and courses have included topics such as biomedical science; aquatics, ecology, and fisheries science, criminal justice, outdoor adventures, and photography.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Lake Superior State Summer Camps
Program: University of Michigan ArcStart Summer Architecture Program High School Students: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Description: ArcStart is a three-week long residential program that introduces high school students to architectural design. Over the course of the program, students will participate in the intensity of a college architecture studio, reinforce their analytical and conceptual problem solving skills through skill-building workshops, and visit architecturally significant projects in Ann Arbor and the immediate region. In addition to the academic and social aspects of the program, students will also benefit from presentations conducted by the Office of Financial Aid and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions on the college application process and how to prepare for their college experience. At the end of the three-week session, students will come away with an expanded understanding of the role architecture and design plays in everyday life, and those intending to apply to architecture school will be well equipped to begin the application process.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: ArcStart Program
Program: University of Michigan Summer Art Pre-College Portfolio Prep Summer Program for High School Students: Ann Arbor Michigan
Description: The University of Michigan offers a summer art program for high school students. This pre-college summer program is designed to help students develop an art portfolio. Students also have the chance to utilize resources in the School of Art of Design, learn from quality instructors, and gain experience on college campus.
Participants: High school students
Program website: Michigan Summer Art Program
Program: University of Michigan Math and Science Scholars Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Description: The University of Michigan Math and Science Scholars Program is designed to provide students with an in-depth experience in the areas of math and science during the summer. The summer classes are taught by University of Michigan professors, as well as other outstanding instructors. The small class size enables students to focus on particular subjects. In addition, students also have a chance to experience life at the University of Michigan.
Participants:  High school students.
Program website: Michigan Summer Math and Science Program
Program: University of Michigan MPulse Summer Pre-College Performing Arts Institutes for High School Students: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Description: The University of Michigan MPulse Summer Music Program provides students with the opportunity to learn and explore the performing arts. Sessions are designed to give students experience with varying aspects of performing. Participating students have a chance to learn from experts, participate in college level training, explore a major in the performing arts, and learn about the university.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Michigan Summer Performing Arts Institutes
Program: Michigan State University CSI Forensic Summer Science Program for Gifted High School Students and Middle School Students (Grades 7-9): East Lansing, Michigan
Description: Michigan State University offers a summer program for students who are interested in forensic science. The program is designed for high-achieving students who will be introduced to all areas of Forensics, while working with experts in the field. Using a variety of lectures, labs, and on-site mock crime scenes, students will learn how real Crime Scene Investigators use science, creativity, and investigation skills to solve all types of crimes.
Participants: Gifted students in grades 7, 8, and 9.
Program website: Michigan State Summer Science Program
Program: Michigan State University Summer Pre-College Engineering Program for High School Students: East Lansing, Michigan
Description: Michigan State University offers a summer program that is designed for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors that are seriously considering engineering as their career choice. The program is designed to provide in-depth experiences in engineering majors and fields. Students have the opportunity to learn about a major and spend time with faculty members as well as current engineering students. Students also have a chance to engage in hands-on activities, team-based problem solving, and campus tours.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Michigan State Summer Engineering Program
Program: Summer Discovery for High School Students – Held at the University of Michigan
Description: Summer Discovery at U Michigan is a pre-college experience that includes classes in business, sports management, baking & cooking, and music. For over 50 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 our over 300 course offerings at your program of interest – college credit, research, engineering, sport management, leadership programs, SAT prep, enrichment, writing, community service, college admissions prep, tennis, cooking, and many others. Summer Discovery offers programs at 13 different locations in 3 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 U.S. 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 (ages 14-18).
Program website: Summer Discovery

 

 

 



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