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Jul 8 - 27, 2018 | Ages: 15 - 17

LGISI language classes are designed to increase student confidence in speaking. During the morning hours, when classes and activities are conducted entirely in the language of study (French or Spanish), students immerse themselves in the vocabulary and culture associated with the issues of migration and global studies. Classroom discussions revolve around newspaper articles, films, paintings, short stories and news programs in the target language. Culinary explorations, dance and music are also integrated into the language program to provide hands-on or real experiences that bring the content to life.

Residential Academic Needs based scholarship Competitive application process
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Jul 1 - 13, 2018 | Ages: 14 - 17

Students spend their mornings in traditional writer's workshop discussing published work, creating their own pieces using innovative prompts, and sharing their work with classmates. Workshop provides students with the unique opportunity to hear their classmates' reactions to their poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, in a supportive setting, and to develop students' critical skills regarding others' writing. Workshop is an immeasurably valuable process, sparking new ideas, energizing writing, and opening up new perspectives so students become more thoughtful writers and critics. The afternoons are spent in independent writing sessions guided by prompts. These prompts might find students responding to a documentary or film, exploring Washington University’s campus, or traveling off-campus on a field trip. Writing prompts are designed for students to focus on a specific writing skill.

Specialty Residential Competitive application process Needs based scholarship
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Jun 17, 2018 - Jul 5, 2018 | Ages: 14 - 17
What are the philosophical and historical approaches to contemporary justice issues? How do laws, treaties, and norms work in practice to protect rights? Through lectures and discussions with affiliated faculty, researchers, and advocates associated with the University of Chicago’s Pozen Family Center for Human Rights, participants will explore these questions through the lens of particular issues in the field. Learn what makes UChicago one of the most innovative and impactful universities in the world through the Pathway programs. Each College Pathway program provides a broad overview of how scholars at the University of Chicago articulate problems and apply solutions in a particular field of study – Economics, Human Rights, Molecular Engineering, and Neuroscience. Participants delve into a variety of perspectives and topics through a series of lectures by faculty members and research associates. This program is ideal for high school students who want to explore different facets of a subject area, in order to learn more about the approaches and issues involved, and to determine what about it they want to study further.
Needs based scholarship Residential Academic Competitive application process
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Jul 1 - 20, 2018 | Ages: 15 - 17
Residential, non-credit courses that allow students to explore topics representing a wide range of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines. Designed for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school seeking guided hands-on laboratory and field work.
Residential Stem Competitive application process Academic
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Jun 17 - 23, 2018 | Ages: 15 - 17
For the past 30 years, Clemson University has offered a summer enrichment program for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes available for all students. A balanced schedule of educational, recreational and cultural activities will help broaden your academic skills and develop your creative abilities. You’ll take exciting classes during the day while your evening and weekend activities may include nature study hikes, small group discussions with Clemson faculty, and career and educational guidance. In addition, you’ll enjoy movies, tennis, swimming, racquetball and trips to University laboratories, the John C. Calhoun House, the S.C. Botanical Garden, the Hanover House and the Clemson Forest. This summer experience will give you a taste of life as a Clemson student. Clemson University faculty will conduct your classes in University facilities. You’ll use University materials and equipment to conduct your scientific investigations. You’ll live in a semiprivate room in a campus dormitory and eat in a University dining hall. Qualified counselors will supervise dormitory life and all activities. You’ll have complete access to area medical facilities, including the University health center. If you’re an advanced high school student, the two-week classes provide a great opportunity to delve deeply into specialized topics. All middle and high school students will enjoy the one-week introductions to college subjects. If you've attended this program in the past, you'll see we're offering five new and exciting courses. We encourage you to take a look at Clemson’s Summer Scholars program.
Competitive application process Stem Residential Academic
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Jun 24 - 30, 2018 | Ages: 15 - 17
For the past 30 years, Clemson University has offered a summer enrichment program for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes available for all students. A balanced schedule of educational, recreational and cultural activities will help broaden your academic skills and develop your creative abilities. You’ll take exciting classes during the day while your evening and weekend activities may include nature study hikes, small group discussions with Clemson faculty, and career and educational guidance. In addition, you’ll enjoy movies, tennis, swimming, racquetball and trips to University laboratories, the John C. Calhoun House, the S.C. Botanical Garden, the Hanover House and the Clemson Forest. This summer experience will give you a taste of life as a Clemson student. Clemson University faculty will conduct your classes in University facilities. You’ll use University materials and equipment to conduct your scientific investigations. You’ll live in a semiprivate room in a campus dormitory and eat in a University dining hall. Qualified counselors will supervise dormitory life and all activities. You’ll have complete access to area medical facilities, including the University health center. If you’re an advanced high school student, the two-week classes provide a great opportunity to delve deeply into specialized topics. All middle and high school students will enjoy the one-week introductions to college subjects. If you've attended this program in the past, you'll see we're offering five new and exciting courses. We encourage you to take a look at Clemson’s Summer Scholars program.
Residential Competitive application process Academic
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Jul 8 - 14, 2018 | Ages: 15 - 17
For the past 30 years, Clemson University has offered a summer enrichment program for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes available for all students. A balanced schedule of educational, recreational and cultural activities will help broaden your academic skills and develop your creative abilities. You’ll take exciting classes during the day while your evening and weekend activities may include nature study hikes, small group discussions with Clemson faculty, and career and educational guidance. In addition, you’ll enjoy movies, tennis, swimming, racquetball and trips to University laboratories, the John C. Calhoun House, the S.C. Botanical Garden, the Hanover House and the Clemson Forest. This summer experience will give you a taste of life as a Clemson student. Clemson University faculty will conduct your classes in University facilities. You’ll use University materials and equipment to conduct your scientific investigations. You’ll live in a semiprivate room in a campus dormitory and eat in a University dining hall. Qualified counselors will supervise dormitory life and all activities. You’ll have complete access to area medical facilities, including the University health center. If you’re an advanced high school student, the two-week classes provide a great opportunity to delve deeply into specialized topics. All middle and high school students will enjoy the one-week introductions to college subjects. If you've attended this program in the past, you'll see we're offering five new and exciting courses. We encourage you to take a look at Clemson’s Summer Scholars program.
Stem Academic Residential Competitive application process
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Jul 22 - 28, 2018 | Ages: 12 - 15
For the past 30 years, Clemson University has offered a summer enrichment program for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes available for all students. A balanced schedule of educational, recreational and cultural activities will help broaden your academic skills and develop your creative abilities. You’ll take exciting classes during the day while your evening and weekend activities may include nature study hikes, small group discussions with Clemson faculty, and career and educational guidance. In addition, you’ll enjoy movies, tennis, swimming, racquetball and trips to University laboratories, the John C. Calhoun House, the S.C. Botanical Garden, the Hanover House and the Clemson Forest. This summer experience will give you a taste of life as a Clemson student. Clemson University faculty will conduct your classes in University facilities. You’ll use University materials and equipment to conduct your scientific investigations. You’ll live in a semiprivate room in a campus dormitory and eat in a University dining hall. Qualified counselors will supervise dormitory life and all activities. You’ll have complete access to area medical facilities, including the University health center. If you’re an advanced high school student, the two-week classes provide a great opportunity to delve deeply into specialized topics. All middle and high school students will enjoy the one-week introductions to college subjects. If you've attended this program in the past, you'll see we're offering five new and exciting courses. We encourage you to take a look at Clemson’s Summer Scholars program.
Stem Residential Competitive application process Academic
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Jun 3 - 9, 2018 | Ages: 13 - 18
A summer program for intermediate and advanced ballet dancers
Arts Residential Competitive application process
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Jun 23, 2018 - Jul 14, 2018 | Ages: 12 - 17
The Jacobs School of Music Piano Academy brings serious young pianists together with outstanding teachers and internationally renowned guest artists in an intensive and varied program within one of the world's great schools of music.
Arts Competitive application process Residential Needs based scholarship
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Jun 10 - 14, 2018 | Ages: 16 - 18
Expand your skills with one of NYU Steinhardt's noncredit summer programs for high school students interested in art, music, and theater. Hosted by the NYU Steinhardt Percussion Studies Program the Broadway Percussion Seminar offers classes with special guest percussionists, contractors, and conductors from the world of Broadway. There will be sessions presented on drum set, percussion, mallet percussion, timpani, and Latin percussion, by the percussionists who developed the Broadway books!
Residential Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Arts
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May 28, 2018 - Jun 6, 2018 | Ages: 16 - 18
Expand your skills with one of NYU Steinhardt's noncredit summer programs for high school students interested in art, music, and theater.
Competitive application process Arts Needs based scholarship Residential
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Jun 30, 2018 - Jul 2, 2018 | Ages: 16 - 18
Expand your skills with one of NYU Steinhardt's noncredit summer programs for high school students interested in art, music, and theater.
Needs based scholarship Residential Arts Competitive application process
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Jul 9 - 20, 2018 | Ages: 16 - 18
Expand your skills with one of NYU Steinhardt's noncredit summer programs for high school students interested in art, music, and theater.
Arts Needs based scholarship Residential Competitive application process
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Jul 1, 2018 - Aug 10, 2018 | Ages: 15 - 18
The College Intensive program offers rising juniors and seniors (ages 15-18) the opportunity to earn college credit by engaging in challenging undergraduate level courses. Students in this program will earn official GW credit that may be transferable to other institutions, depending on the individual institution policies. Students enroll in up to two 6-week summer courses taken alongside GW undergraduates. Courses are introductory level and are offered across a variety of disciplines. Classes meet for 1½ to 2 hours, 3 to 4 days per week. Students can expect significant reading, writing, and research assignments.
Residential Competitive application process Academic College credit

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