Rising 10th,11th & 12th graders
Courses offered in different lengths falling under College Intensive, Summer Immersion, and Summer Arts. Some sessions offer college credits.
Rising 10th,11th, & 12th graders
Three and Six week sessions, 20 programs and 45 courses offered at Cornell University. Students do have the option for dual programs.
2-week non-credit certificates, or 4-week college credit courses. There are 12 courses offered: architecture, business, computer science, engineering, global studies, journalism, performing arts, pre-health, pre-law, science, visual arts, writing
Two courses offered:
"From Jamestown through the American Revolution"
"From the American Revoluction through the Civil War"
4 hours of college credit are given; field trips; small seminars; participation in an archaeology dig. See website for more info.
Ages 14 - 17
2 two week sessions offered. A team of students will live in a park in a structured program of work and learning closely supervised by professional park staff. Crews carry out priority park development and maintenance projects as well as take part in planned educational, team-building, work life or job readiness training, & recreational activities. $500 stipend and meals/housing are provided.
Rising 5th - 11th grades
Three 12-day sessions offered. Students live on campus but attend classes at a nearby private school. Purpose is to engage gifted and/or high ability students high quality learning in a wide variety of fields and disciplines.
A six-week course of study designed to strengthen academic skills of students who are planning to major in one of the listed fields.
April 20, but spaces fill up on a first come, first served basis
Rising juniors and seniors
One 5-week session, and one 3-week session offered. Students enroll in college courses, explore an area of interest, can choose from one of three institutes: Writing, Pre-Med, or Photojournalism. See website for more specific information.
High School - co-ed
3-week camp for students interested in making art that challenges old ideas about what art is and what art isn't. Concentrations include: theatre, creative writing, visual arts.
Rising female seniors
A one week session. Students will apply the engineering design process to solve various problems in a team setting. Emphasis placed on engineering design as well as creativity.
Rising juniors or seniors
Six areas of study offered: architecture, art & design, drama, music, National HIgh School Game Academy, or Advanced Placement/Early Admission program. Runs from June 25 - August 6
|Phillips Academy Andover Summer Session||Rising 9th through 12th grades||Summer intensive class schedule: 3 hours of academics per day, 6 days per week. Duration of camp not listed; please see website for detailed information.||Financial aid deadline is 2/15. Apps taken on a rolling basis, space is limited.|
|UVA Leadership on the Lawn||Current sophomores & juniors||A one-week session: Team building, ethics, decision making, diversity, community service, communication and action plans.||See website|
|CSI: Waynesburg Summer Camp||Rising juniors & seniors||Students interested in forensic science and criminal justice will have the opportunity to train with certified experts in small group settings.||Scholarship 4/5/13; Registration 5/6/13|
|Georgetown University Summer at Georgetown||Rising sophomores, juniors & seniors|
Programs include institutes in the following disciplines: American Politics, Entreprenuership, Law, Journalism, National Security, Leadership, Sports Management, Creative Writing, International Relations, Medicine.
Programs run at different times and lengths throughout the summer. Please see website for details.
|Sports Announcing Camp||Current sophomores and juniors|
Students will learn the skills necessary to become a successful sportscaster, including play-by-play, reporting, interviewing, and sports talk.
|Traveling Players Ensemble||Rising 9 - 12||Several programs available from ensembles to traveling troupes to technical theater. Programs vary in length from 4 weeks to 7 weeks.||Auditions for advanced programs vary.|
|Camp Cardiac - Washington||Age 15 and up||1 week summer day camp open to high school students who are interested in exploring careers in medicine.||Scholarship 3/15/13, Early enrollment 3/25/13, Regular enrollment 5/13/13|
|Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising 3 Days of Fashion Summer Program||9-12||See Website|
|University of Virginia Leadership on the Lawn||Rising juniors and seniors||Students participate by engaging with UVA students, staff, and faculty through pointed lectures and interactive problem-based activities.||5/1/13|
|Virginia State Parks Youth Corps||Students 14-17||Students will have the opportunity to live in a park, in a structured program, and learn hands-on park development and projects. A $500 stipend is included in this program.||4/13/13|
|VCU Summer Intensive||Students who have finished their freshman, sophomore, junior or senior years in high school.||This camp is for studends who are serious about improving their artistic abilities, developing portfolios, and/or learning how to audition for college admission.||Rolling until full|
|Pratt Institute Pre-College Summer Program||Must be between 16 - 18||For students interested in studying art, design, architecture, or creative writing.|
scholarship d/l 3/15/13
app d/l 4/1/13
|Boston University Summer Term||Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors||Enroll in one of four programs all focusing on academic enrichment.||Deadlines vary per program.|
|University of Chicago Summer Session||High school students||Enrichment programs offered in a variety of areas.|
|Loudoun Youth Leadership||Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors||Workshops, an overnight excursion, trips to businesses all focusing on leadership, public speaking, and teams.||5/31/13|