Qualified high school students can have the opportunity to take JHU undergraduate level courses during the summer. In addition, to earning college credit, students experience life at Hopkins while living on campus and engaging in academic and social activities with their peers.
This Summer: Gain an Edge!
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) offers four exciting summer options for qualified high school students: Discover Hopkins, Summer University, Mini Term, and EducationUSA.
The Discover Hopkins Program is an intensive program designed to expose selected students (ages 15-18) to various programs such as Introduction to Lab Research, The Hospital, Medical Intensive, Introduction to Biology and Medicine, Psychological Profiling, Application of Abnormal Psychology to Forensic Cases, The Psychology of Police Deadly Force Encounters and more. The Discover Hopkins program runs for two-weeks and is available to both residential and commuter students during three different terms. Students may enroll for one, two, or all three terms.
The Johns Hopkins Summer Term Program offers high school students the opportunity to take freshman and sophomore JHU credit classes in arts and sciences and engineering with many of the same faculty that would teach the course during fall and spring terms.
Mini-Term offer benefits of the Summer University program, but the courses are condensed into two intensive weeks. The one-credit courses offered during Mini-Term focus on a specific topic and offer a great opportunity for academic exploration.
EducationUSA Academy provides you with a world-class academic and cultural immersion experience for international high school students ages 15-17. Improve your academic English, and learn about the U.S. education system with visits to historic colleges and universities. The educational and cultural activities immerse you in the American experience. Must be non-us citizens only. See http://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/educationusa
For more information on the programs, please visit our website at
https://summerprograms.jhu.edu/ and click “I’m a Pre-College Student.”
If you have any further questions about our application and admissions process, please contact the Summer Programs office at 410-516-4548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.