Alabama Summer Programs and Camps

for High School Students

 

Alabama Summer Programs for High School Students


This page of the directory includes information about Alabama summer programs for high school students. Scroll down to view summer opportunities for in the state of Alabama.

 

There are many different summer programs and camps for high school students in Alabama. The focus of programs includes areas such technology, engineering, writing, architecture, music and more. Alabama summer programs can provide participants with opportunities to learn about topics of interest, experience life on a college campus, and meet peers with similar interests. The postings below include Alabama summer programs for high school students.


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Alabama Summer Program Spotlights

 

Alabama Summer Programs and Camps for High School Students

  • University of Alabama Summer Computer Camps for High School Students and Middle School Students
    Alabama Computer Camps

 

 

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham Summer Engineering and Materials Science Program for High School Students
    UAB Engineering Program

 

  • University of Alabama Birmingham Ada Long Summer Creative Writing Workshop for High School Students
    UAB Writing Program

 

 

 

 

  • University of Montevallo Summer Camps for High School Students, Teenagers, and Kids
    UM Summer Camps

 

 

 

  • Tuskegee University AgriTREK-Sci Trek Summer Institute and AgDiscovery Summer Program for High School Students
    Tuskegee Summer Programs

 

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Program: University of Alabama Summer Computer Camps for High School Students and Middle School Students: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Description: The University of Alabama Department of Computer Science offers summer camps for high school students and middle schools students. Students learn about multiple topics relating to the field of computer science and learn to program a computer in different contexts. Students have the opportunity to learn in a project-based environment and to participate in exciting hands-on activities.
Participants:  High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Alabama Summer Computer Camps
Program: University of Alabama Summer Engineering Program for High School Students: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Description: Student Introduction To Engineering (SITE) is a summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students live in a UA residence hall, engage in teaming exercises, and tour an industrial plant to see engineers at work. Students take mathematics, engineering, computer science and English courses. Students also team with other ambitious students in a design competition.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Alabama Summer Engineering Program
Program: University of Alabama Birmingham Summer Engineering Programs for High School Students: Birmingham, Alabama
Description: The University of Alabama Birmingham Summer Engineering Programs that provides students with the chance to gain information on the field of engineering and participate in hands-on laboratory sessions. The program is designed to help participants learn about and experience the field of material engineering.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: UAB Summer Engineering Program
Program: UAB Red Mountain Writing Project Summer Writing Camp for Middle School Students: Birmingham, Alabama
Description: The University of Alabama Birmingham offers a summer writing program for middle school students. The camp is designed to help students improve their writing skills and enjoy the process of writing.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: UAB Summer Writing Program
Program: Auburn University Summer Engineering Programs for High School Students and Middle School Students: Auburn, Alabama
Description: The Auburn University College of Engineering provides opportunities for rising 8th through 12th graders to experience the world of engineering through resident summer camps. The camps will be conducted by faculty, staff, and students from the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering who will ensure that students receive a broad overview of the engineering profession. Camp activities include workshops, tours, and lectures guided by engineers and engineering students who will answer questions about what courses students need to take to prepare them for success in college and a fulfilling career in engineering. Students will participate in a number of hands-on activities, tours of laboratory facilities, and design competitions.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Auburn Summer Engineering Programs
Program: Auburn University Summer Architecture Program for High School Students: Auburn, Alabama
Description: The Auburn University Architecture Camp is offered to rising 11th and 12th grade high students interested in the field of architectural design. The program is an intensive, exciting, week-long workshop that begins with basic concepts and ends with an architectural design project.
Working in the School of Architecture studios each day, students will have hands-on exercises, technical demonstrations, and professional guest speakers.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Auburn Summer Architecture Program
Program: Auburn University Summer Writing Camp for High School Students and Middle School Students: Auburn, Alabama
Description: Auburn University’s English Department offers a Creative Writing Camp for high school students. The Creative Writing Camp is designed to give emerging writers an opportunity to develop their writing skills while living on Auburn University’s campus. Students have the opportunity to participate in daily workshops and writing craft classes, read great works of literature, and produce fiction and poetry of their own.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Auburn Summer Writing Camp
Program: University of Montevallo Summer Music Programs for High School Students and Middle School Students: Montevallo, Alabama
Description: The University of Montevallo’s Young Musicians Summer Camp provides students with high quality music instruction in a fun and friendly environment. During the camp a variety of ensemble and master classes are offered. Students have the opportunity to learn from faculty members at the University of Montevallo as well as guest artists.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Montevallo Summer Music Program
Program: Samford University Summer Debate Program for High School Students: Birmingham, Alabama
Description: Samford University’s Summer Debate Institute offers high school students the opportunity to learn and improve debating skills. The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. Instruction is offered at all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas, and public forum debate.
Participants:  High school students.
Program website: Samford Summer Debate Program
Program: Troy University Summer Music Camps for High School Students and Middle School Students: Troy Alabama
Description: Troy University offers a summer music camps and courses in the areas of concert band, percussion ensemble, majorette, color guard, drum major, dance line, and music leadership.
Participants: High school students and middle school students.
Program website: Troy University Summer Music Camps
Program: Tuskegee University AgriTREK-Sci-Trek Summer Institute and AgDiscovery Summer Program for High School Students: Tuskegee Institute, Alabama
Description: The AgriTREK-SciTREK Summer Institute and AgDiscovery Summer Program are two-week residential educational programs for high school students. The programs are designed to create awareness about opportunities that are available in Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Mathematics (STEAM) and related areas through hands-on research, leadership development and personal enrichment activities. The two programs offer students the opportunity to learn more about agriculture and related fields.
Participants: Students of all grades
Program website: Tuskegee Summer Programs

 

 



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