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Guidance- Summer Academic Opportunities

WKU Summer Dual Credit  Registration now open! (Registration closes on Friday, May 11, courses could fill and close before this date.) 

 

Sullivan University System Camps  June 10 – 15, 2018  Explore career opportunities during the day in medical, technology, design, culinary, and baking & pastry. Students get to enjoy the evening activities at local attractions. Early bird discounts available if registered by February 28th.

 

Duke University Summer Session- We invite you to imagine yourself at Duke this summer if you are: seeking to gain academic credit from renowned Duke faculty or interested in engaging deeply with a particular subject; hoping to spend your summer enjoying residential activities on Duke’s historic West Campus; seeking to prepare for college and to create an international network of peers. 

 

Yale Young Global Scholars- Yale Young Global Scholars offers seven intensive, interdisciplinary summer pre-collegiate experiences for 2018:  Politics, Law, and Economics; International Affairs and Security; Sustainable Development  & Social Entrepreneurship; Applied Science & Engineering; Biological & Biomedical Science; Frontiers of Science & Technology; and Asia in the 21st Century. 

 

Georgetown University Summer Programs  Considering highly motivated applicants who are in their freshman, sophomore, or junior year of high school during the 2017–2018 academic year. Students must be in good academic standing at the time of enrollment and have no academic or school suspensions on their records.  Georgetown’s Summer High School Programs offer an immersive learning experience that prepares you with the tools needed for college success. Ranging in length from one to five weeks, our programs span a wide range of subjects, covering everything from forensic science and politics to journalism and digital design. You'll have the opportunity to live on Georgetown's historic hilltop campus, meet classmates from around the world, and earn college credit—all while experiencing the excitement of college life.

 

WKU Summer Start  Summer Start helps first-year students acclimate to college before starting classes in the fall. Students receive a well-rounded introduction to academic and social life at WKU by living on campus, taking college courses, engaging with professors, meeting other first-year students, and learning effective ways to utilize student resources.

 

SCAD Rising Star   This challenging five-week program awards college credit to rising high school seniors who are ready for a university experience at SCAD Atlanta, SCAD Hong Kong, SCAD Savannah or SCAD eLearning. Students enroll in two college-level classes and have the opportunity to build or enhance their portfolios.

 

Kentucky Wesleyan College- This summer (Sunday, June 24 – Saturday, June 30) Kentucky Wesleyan is hosting the 3rd annual Kentucky Wesleyan Scholars’ Academy, an in-depth college immersion experience to give students a taste of what the small, liberal arts college experience is - through academic life and social events! Students also earn additional scholarship money to attend Wesleyan, if they so choose. The academy will afford students the opportunity to focus on developing skills as leaders and give students a head start in college preparation. It will also include the chance to live in residence halls and participate in student engagement activities.

 

University of Daytona Opportunities to get involved with programs that will help them explore their interests and hone their skills this summer at the University of Dayton.

 

Stevens Institute of Technology Pre-College Summer Programs- Stevens offers summer programs for rising high school seniors and juniors in Engineering, Science, Business, and the Arts. Participants gain hands-on experience, connect with industry professionals, experience campus life and attend college-prep workshops. The application priority deadline is February 15.

 

University of Alabama Summer on Campus- Experience College - Live On Campus during the Summer -You don’t have to wait until freshman year to stay on campus and attend college classes. With Summer On Campus, you will live in a residence hall, walk the Quad, make great friends and take two college courses at UA.  And you’ll have the same strong support network you experience in your online courses – peer coaches who live in your residence hall, academic advisors, and student-centered instructors.

We’ll give you plenty of opportunities to learn about college life – like meeting with representatives from student organizations and campus areas. And we’ll also provide plenty of social opportunities like, stadium tours, movie and game nights, meals and events with UA organizations and speakers, and study groups at the library. 

Click to see our Summer On Campus flyer for more information about housing, courses, and cost.

 

Indiana University Summer Programs If you are a high school sophomore, junior, or senior interested in experiencing the intersection of business, language, and culture— this two-week program is for you. This intensive experience, presented by IU CIBER (the Indiana University Center for International Business Education and Research) will bring to life the phrase, “Business is global.”

 

Kentucky Forrest Leadership Program  Are you interested in the environment and want to know more about forests, trees, insects, water and wildlife; in short, Kentucky’s natural resources? Then consider the Kentucky Forest Leadership Program where you can explore the many aspects of forestry and related fields. If you like hands-on learning in the great outdoors then this program is for you. This week-long, residential program is designed for high school students completing their sophomore and junior years.

 

summerFAB High School Artchitecture Program  Design-Build Program at Wentworth Institute of Technology.  Residential Workshop: July 9th to August 3rd, 2018  In this four-week summer design-build program, high school participants experience phases of an architectural project, from initial design concepts to building a full-scale construction on a site on campus. And get college credit for successfully completing the program!

 

Summer for Success High School Program  This summer program aims to give college-bound high school students who learn differently the skills, confidence and preparation to successfully transition from high school. We do so by helping them better understand their learning differences, recognize early stumbling blocks and know what they need to succeed in their first year of college. Our core courses are structured to meaningfully prepare students for college to be more effective and confident learners. Most importantly, rising juniors/rising seniors get to experience what it’s like to live — and learn — on a college campus.

 

William & Mary Pre-College Summer Program in Early American History- The National Institute of American History & Democracy (NIAHD) is proud to host the Pre-College Summer Program in Early American History at the College of William & Mary.This unique program offers students an opportunity to live and study at the College of William & Mary for three weeks during the summer.  Students will earn four hours of transferable college credit studying early American history right where it happened.

 

Morehead State University Craft Academy The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics is a dual-credit residential high school for academically exceptional Kentucky students. It is housed on the campus of Morehead State University, consistently ranked as one of the safest campuses in the Commonwealth. The Academy opened in August 2015, with the goal of meeting the unique educational needs of academically gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors in the Commonwealth. A college-level curriculum allows students to finish high school while also completing up to two years of university coursework.


 

2018 Young Leaders Academy  High school students to explore the origins, development and contemporary impact of the U.S. Constitution in this four-day, summer leadership conference.  Kentucky students, grades 11-12 (as of Fall 2018), are eligible to apply for the Young Leaders Academy, a summer residential leadership conference at the University of Louisville. The McConnell Center offers this annual program to outstanding high school students to help hone their leadership skills and further their understanding of American history.
 

 

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