Boston University Summer Term
BU’s pre-college programs provide students with rigorous and collaborative college life experiences that enable students to gain a strong sense of the personal and academic potential.
Programs include: High School Honors, RISE Internship/Practicum, Academic Immersion (AIM) – Introduction to Experimental Psychology track or Introduction to Medicine track, Summer Challenge, and Summer Preview.
Learn more about these Programs – including the courses BU offers, how to apply, and additional information – by visiting bu.edu/summer/highschool.
Summer PreCollege Programs for
High School Girls
Experience precollege programs that offer limitless ways to explore the world.
You will join more than 200 other high school girls who want to pursue their academic interests in and out of the classroom, strengthen their college applications and meet other motivated and ambitious college-bound young women.
To Learn more about the Programs offered:
Brochure – Summer PreCollege Programs for HS Girls
For Application and more details:
Smith College Summer PreCollege Programs
Summer STEM Program offered by the US Naval Academy
Apply Online at: www.usna.edu/admissions/STEM
US Naval Academy Summer Seminar 2017 in Annapolis, MD
Applications open online January 10, 2017
Apply Online at: www.usna.edu/admissions/NASS
Summer Institute for the Gifted
Multi-week residential, online and day programs for academically talented students ages 5-17
Receive unique programming, connection with peers and a safe, secure learning environment.
There are several Campus locations and programs to choose from.
For more information or to apply:
Or call 866-303-4744
2017 NJ Shout Down Drugs Music Competition
A statewide concert on Friday, May 19, 2017 featuring county finalists to be held at Rutgers University Nicholas Music Center.
Entry Deadline: Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Entry forms & contest rules: www.shoutdowndrugs.com
1. Are you interested in earning dual credit?
The Camden County College High School Plus program is designed to accelerate student achievement by awarding college credits for college-level work completed while in high school. The student’s teachers will provide information on the program, registration forms and deadlines. You can use the resources below to learn more.
2. Camden County College High School Plus Program Brochure:
4. Check out the NJ TRANSFER website to determine which specific courses off of your Camden County College Transcript can transfer to your chosen NJ colleges: https://www.njtransfer.org/artweb/chgri.cgi
University of New England
Office of Early College Summer Programs
Decary Hall 144
11 Hills Beach Road
Bidderford, ME 04005
Early College Program
High school juniors and seniors earn three credits.
Explore our summers, we’ve got it all.
Coastal Marine Ecology
Creative Poetry Writing
Outdoor Environmental Studies
Discrete Math and Gaming
For more Information
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Kaplan Test Prep
Kaplan Test Prep is providing a unique, exciting and FREE program to help students feel prepared and confident on the PSAT – PSAT Prep Live.
Beginning October 1st, Kaplan’s highly-rated faculty will cover the most important PSAT content and tackle practice problems in 8 live-streaming, one-hour lessons.
In addition, students will have access to online study content and detailed explanations to the official PSAT practice test.
For more details and to register, please visit www.kaptest.com/psatpreplive.
The New School
Art, Design, Film, Writing, Drama, Music
Parsons School of Design
Mannes School of Music
Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts
Classes for Youth & Teens
Discover all of our programs, find out about our informational sessions, and register at newschool.edu/youth-and-teen
The High School Scholars Program is a highly selective program that allows high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to register for college courses – on a space-available basis – at Drexel University’s University City Campus while completing high school. Applicants must demonstrate the responsibility and maturity expected of university students, and have the approval of their high school guidance counselor to participate. It is important to note that this is NOT a dual-enrollment program; the High School Scholars program does not offer high school credit through college courses.
The High School Scholars Program provides a number of advantages to students:
- There is no tuition cost for courses taken through the High School Scholar Program.
- High School Scholars have the ability to earn credits toward a future degree at Drexel, or possibly transfer credits at other universities.
- The High School Scholars program prepares students for the college environment.
- Drexel University adheres to a 10-week term schedule with Final Exams occurring during week 11.
- High School Scholars may register for ONE (1) course per term (up to 4 courses per year).
- High School Scholars attend regular University courses with current full-time Drexel students, and must meet the same requirements as other Drexel students in the class.
- High School Scholars earn college credit for courses completed with a passing grade and receive an official Drexel University transcript.
- High School Scholars must earn a ‘B’ grade or better in order to remain in good standing with the High School Scholars Program.
- No Online courses
- No Saturday courses
- High School Scholars can only take courses listed without prerequisites or specific restrictions
- Scores from Advanced Placement exams or credit earned at other colleges/universities will NOT count for prerequisites through the High School Scholars Program
For more information on registration, application, and deadlines please visit: http://drexel.edu/undergraduate-research/high-school-scholars/overview/