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Oklahoma Summer Pre-College Program Descriptions
Program: University of Central Oklahoma Summer Jazz Camp for High School Students and Middle School Students: Edmund, Oklahoma Description: The University of Central Oklahoma Jazz will hold a summer jazz camp experience that is open to all instrumentalists age 14 and up. The camp will be an immersive musical experience and provide the opportunity to learn from the Central Oklahoma Jazz Faculty and other special guests. The summer jazz camp is designed to offer an excellent learning experience for beginning jazz improvisers, intermediate experience levels, and advanced players. Participants: High school students and middle school students. Program website: Central Oklahoma Summer Jazz Camp
Program: Northeastern State University Summer Youth Camps for High School Students, Middle School Students, and Kids: Tahlequah, Oklahoma Description: Northeastern State University in Oklahoma offers a variety of summer youth camps. The camps are based on high interest topics including ‘Explore our World’, Lego Vehicle Engineering, and ‘Impulse Images Photography’. Participants: High school students, middle school students, and kids. Program website: Northeastern State Summer Youth Camps
Program: University of Oklahoma Summer Architecture Program for High School Students: Norman, Oklahoma Description: The University of Oklahoma offers high school students a summer opportunity to explore the disciplines included the College of Architecture at the university. Participating students learn about architecture, interior design, construction science, landscape architecture and regional city planning. During the summer academy, students also get a feel for the experience of college life and the course of study for majoring in the field of architecture. Participants: High school students (rising 9th and 10th graders). Program website: Oklahoma Summer Architecture Academy
Program: University of Oklahoma Summer Engineering Program for High School Students: Norman, Oklahoma Description: The University of Oklahoma offers rising 9th and 10th grade high school students a summer academy to learn about the field of engineering and to get a feel for college life. Students explore the different areas of engineering, participate in hands-on activities, and learn about the university. Participants: High school students (rising 9th and 10th graders). Program website: Oklahoma Summer Engineering Academy
Program: Oklahoma City University Summer Music Programs for High School Students and Junior High Students: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Description: Oklahoma City University offers a summer music theatre program for high school students. Participating students have the opportunity to learn about music theatre through intensive classroom training and stage training. Students also have the opportunity to learn at a university and to participate in a final showcase. Participants: High school students. Program website: Oklahoma City Summer Music Program
Program: Oklahoma State University Summer Art Academy for Junior High Students and High School Students: Stillwater, Oklahoma Description: The 2016 Summer Art Academy is a non-credit commuter program of summer classes for Junior High and High School students (ages 13-18). Classes meet during the afternoon (1 P.M. – 5 P.M.) at the Bartlett Center on the beautiful Oklahoma State University campus. All courses are taught by full time OSU faculty. Classes include: Art History, Watercolor, Beginning Jewelry Fabrication, 2D Design, Digital Media, Motion Graphics, Drawing, and Photography.
Students attend classes under the guidance of master instructors. Students may enroll in any combination of classes. Most materials included in registration fee. For more information see the website or call (405) 744-5647.
Program: Oklahoma Sate University Summer Woodwind Institute for High School Students: Stillwater, Oklahoma Description: Oklahoma State University offers a Summer Woodwind Institute. This chamber music camp and instrumental seminar will jump-start your summer music experience by providing performance opportunities as well as masterclasses and clinics with professional teachers and performers. Throughout the week, students will participate in technique classes, masterclasses, chamber music rehearsals, specialty topic clinics, and a final recital. Specialty topics will include performance preparation, practice techniques, breathing/stretching/relaxation techniques, and job prospects for musicians. The Oklahoma State University Woodwind Institute is geared toward music students in grades 8-12 who play flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and saxophone. Students will have a broad range of educational and performance opportunities during the 4-day camp held on the OSU-Stillwater campus. Participants: High school students. Program website: Oklahoma State University Summer Music Institute
Program: Southwestern Oklahoma State University Summer Music Camps for High School Students and Middle School Students: Weatherford, Oklahoma Description: Southwestern Oklahoma State University offers a variety of summer music camps for high school students and middle school students. Summer camps include Band Camp, Choral Camp, Marimba Camp, Middle School Band Camp, and Strings Camp. Participants: High school students and middle school students. Program website: Southwestern Oklahoma State Summer Music Camps
Program: University of Tulsa Summer Screenwriting and Filmmaking Camps for High School Students: Tulsa, Oklahoma Description:
Screenwriting: The University Tulsa Screenwriting Camp offers an opportunity for high school students to immerse themselves in the art and craft of screenwriting. After a full week of intensive exploration of the craft, along with stimulating group activities and recreation, students have a chance to create their own short screenplay.
Filmmaking: University of Tulsa’s Filmmaking Camp offers high school students the opportunity to learn about filmmaking. Students will have the opportunity to gain an understanding the shot, to breaking down the script and to the final production. Students will also have a chance to create their own film. The workshop activities will be supplemented by evening screenings and recreation.