Summer Programs

Frostburg State University Savage Mountain Summer Arts AcademyJune 21-27.  For more information or to register, visit www.frostburg.edu/savagemtn.
 
Tufts Summer Study 2015Tufts Summer Writing Program, Foundations of Law & Ethics, Health Science Honors, Bioinformatics Inquiry through Sequencing, College Courses for Seniors.  June 30-August 7, 2015.  Visit www.go.tufts.edu/summer to register.
 
Midwestern Music Camp 2015:  High School Music Camp June 21-26, 2015 (Band, Choir & Orchestra).  Register at www.musiccamp@ku.edu.
 
Global Scholar:  Intensive Global Policy & Leadership Program at American University in Washington, DC July 19-31, 2015.  Register at www.globalscholar.org.  Space is limited
 
Susquehanna University  invites business-minded students to apply for this summer's Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship (LIFE) held from July 5-11. This one week program bring students from across the country to live on the beautiful campus and pursue their interest in business with faculty and successful professionals from a variety of industries. Students should visit www.susqu.edu/LIFE15 for more information and to apply.
 
Cornell University is offering a summer college programs for high school students in the following areas:  Art as Experience: Drawing and New Media (from June 20-July 11), The Design Immersion Program (from June 20-July 11), The Fashion Studio Program (from July 12-August 1st). Visit http://www.summercollege.cornell.edu for the most up-to-date information  and to apply.
 
Tufts Summer Study for High School Students in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering. For a complete course listing visit go.tufts.edu/summer.
 
FIDM Summer Program for high school students in the area of fashion. These summer programs are offered in California: Orange County, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Space is limited. To register go to FIDM.edu/go/SummerProgram or text FIDMSUMMER to 57682.
 
Summer Institutes at Drexel. This pre-college program offers highly motivated and talented high school students the opportunity to explore what college life is all about. In workshops led by Drexel faculty using their state-of-the-art labs and facilities, you will gain a new understanding of the undergraduate experience. To learn more about Drexel Summer Institutes at drexel.edu/undergrad/summer.
 
Maryland Leadership Workshops: LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS for middle and high school students. This is a summer residential program that empowers students to discover their own unique strengths as leaders. This program fosters the development of leadership skills and proved opportunities for students to apply those skills right away. Team-building games and other fun activities will foster life-long friendships with young leaders from across the state and will support leadership development for years to come. Visit http://www.mlw.org or call 301-444-8623 for more information.
 
Berklee Summer Programs at the Berklee College of Music. There are numerous workshops in music. If interested, please visit berklee.edu/summer for the dates and programs and to register. Ithaca College is offering Summer College Programs in a variety of different areas. If interested, please visit ithaca.edu/summercollege.app.
 
William and Mary: The National Institute of American History and Democracy (NIAHD), a joint program of the College of William & Mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation invites students to apply to the Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History. Two three-week sessions will be offered. If interested, visit http://WWW.WM.EDU/NIAHD and download applicable forms including the application.
 
Sea World in Orlando, Florida and it's a great place to start. You can explore your interest in working with animals by taking part in a career camp at SeaWorld Orlando and get hands-on experience in a variety of animal related careers. Visit SeaWorldOrlando.com/Education to learn more.
 
 



 
 
George Washington University has a wide range of credit and noncredit summer programs for high school students in grades 9 - 11.   
 
We invite your students to engage in programs at the center of the nation's political, intellectual, and cultural activity.
Students may choose from summer programs in a variety of topic areas, including:
  • The Arts
  • Business & Economics
  • Engineering
  • English, Writing, & Communications
  • Government, Law, & International Relations
  • History, Culture, & the Humanities
  • Mathematics & Science
  • Medicine & Health Sciences
For more information, visit PRECOLLEGE.GWU.EDU
 
 
University of Maryland Young Scholars ProgramJuly 12 – July 31, 2015.  College-bound students are invited to participate in the Young Scholars Program at the University of Maryland.  In this selective pre-college program, high school students with exceptional ability and promise pursue academic interests, discover career opportunities, and explore university life at one of the top research universities in the United States while earning three university credits.  For more information visit www.ysp.umd.edu.
 
 
Washington Youth Summit on the Environment (WYSE) or the Washington Journalism and Media Conference (WJMC),sponsored by, and held on the campus of, George Mason University, located in the Washington, D.C. area.  WYSE and WJMC were developed for high-achieving students with an interest in environmental science or journalism and the media.  WYSE will be held June 28 to July 3, 2015 and WJMC will be held July 12 to 17, 2015.  See Mrs. Tuckey if you are interested.