From traditional camps to academic pre-college programs, there are an extensive number of exciting high school summer programs to fill up your teen's break. Take a look at these unique summer opportunities your college-bound teen might enjoy. Enrollment is still open and it’s not too late to plan your teen’s summer!
Built around a unique Entrepreneurial Leadership and African studies curriculum, the Global Scholars Program (GSP) at African Leadership Academy is an intensive, 19 day, summer youth camp for students from across the world.
The Summer Academic Programs at Carleton College provide a rigorous curriculum partnered with research opportunities that give students a true college experience. Programs offered in writing, computer science, language, immigration and international policies, history, psychology, and the sciences.
Led by working artists, Snow Farm offers a wide variety of small-group studio workshops on its 50-acre New England farm. Studios include glassblowing, flameworking, metalsmithing and jewelry construction, ceramics, drawing and color, digital photography and videography, welding, woodworking, and textile arts.
Summer Term @Ross offers comprehensive summer programs in ESOL, College Prep, Mandarin Immersion, Engineering, Design & Technology, Marine Science, Mathematics, and even Tennis to help students gain a competitive edge.
Teens ages 13 -17 can learn science first hand by conducting field work on volcanoes, rocks, streams, forests, the ocean, and the sky on the Big Island of Hawaii.
For more than 30 years, Bonnie Castle Riding Camp has been helping girls ages 9 - 16 improve their equestrian skills in Hunters, Jumpers, Dressage, Combined Training, and Equine Studies. Debate, public speaking, and summer dance programs also available.
Held at prestigious colleges nationwide, SuperCamp helps students increase grades, confidence, and motivation through academic enrichment classes, exciting outdoor challenges, and personal growth and character building exercises.
The Experiment in International Living is an 80 year-old non-profit that provides three, four, and five-week summer programs for high school students who want to explore global issues in one of 27 locations around the world.
Emory gives college-bound juniors and rising seniors a glimpse into academic and residential life at a top-ranked national university withtwo-week (non-credit) and six-week (for credit) summer academic programs for high school students.
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