Qualified high school students can have the opportunity to take undergraduate level courses during the summer at Johns Hopkins University. 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.
Johns Hopkins offers four pre-college program options:
Summer Institute (1-Week): With one-week institute courses at Johns Hopkins University, take advantage of practical, hands-on learning that will add appeal to your college application. Residential or commuter options are available.
Summer Intensive (2-Weeks): Discover our signature, hands-on programs, highlighting what makes Johns Hopkins great. Fast-paced, all day courses, expose you to the latest developments in medicine, science, technology, brain sciences, and much more! Residential or commuter options are available.
Summer Academy (2-Weeks): Find your path to excellence! Many of these two-week credit classes feature interdisciplinary approaches to medicine, sciences, technology, and the humanities.
Summer Term (5-Weeks): Take undergraduate courses at Johns Hopkins. College-level study in the summers before high school graduation can be productive and motivating for college-bound students.