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					October 28, 2011


                                       Summer 2012 Programs
The information included in this list was submitted to the Guidance Office for your review and information. We do not endorse
any of these programs. We suggest you research them before enrolling.
Following is a description of each program. If interested, either call or visit their website. Limited amount of brochures are
available in the Guidance office.




               Abbey Road Programs – Summer excursions
                      o   For more information call 1.888.462-2239 or visit www.goabbeyroad.com;
                          e-mail: info@goabbeyroad.com

               Adelphi University – Garden City, NY – Pre-College Program Summer
                   Intensive Program – July 2011
                     o Acting, Dance, Theatre Management, Business and Nursing
                         For more information visit precollege.adelphi.edu, email at
                            hsp@adelphi.edu or call 516.877.3046

               Alfred University – Entrepreneurship Summer Institute for HS students
                      o   Designed for students entering 11 – 12 grade
                      o   For more information visit www.alfred.edu/summer
                           E-mail summerpro@alfred.edu, phone 607-871-2612
                      o   Other programs for teens include: Art Portfolio, Astronomy,
                          Chemistry, Computer, Creative Writing, Engineering, Robotics,
                            Theater, Equestrian (full camp for young ages as well), Swimming



               The Arts Edge – Summer 2011 – (8/8 – 8/19) -Intense college prep program
                   for aspiring performers
                     o Limited Space – apply at theartsedge.com/summer2011
                          For more info, call 617-467-5310



               Baruch – Summer High School Program for motivated student entering 10 – 12
                   grades. Programs run Monday – Thursday, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm 7/5 – 7/28
                     o Pre-law, pre-med, entrepreneurship
                     o For more info and to apply, contact Sharon at 646.312.4286 or
                         e-mail academy@baruch.cuny.edu
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            Barnard Pre-College Program
               o    Liberal Arts Program – June 26 – July 23
               o    Liberal Arts Intensive – June 26 – July 1
               o    Young Women’s Leadership Institute – July 10 – July 17
                           For more information, call 212-854-8866 or visit
                               WWW.BARNARD.EDU/PRECOLLEGE


         Berkeley College Summer Workshops – For juniors and seniors in HS
               o    Workshops include subjects in Fashion, Interior Design, Criminal Justice and
                    Business Leadership
               o    Classes start July 14
               o    For more information, call 1.800.446.5400 x. FSW
               o    To register visit Berkeley College.edu/SummerWorkshop



         Boston College Summer Experience Program - June 27 – August 5th
               o    Variety of courses from Biology to Theology
               o    For more information, e-mail bce@bc.edu or
                       call 617.552.3800


       Boston University PROMYS (Program in Math for young Scientists)
               o    From July 4 to August 13
                        For more info visit promys@bu.edu or call 617-353- 2563
                        Webpage – www.promys.org

           Boston University Summer Term High School Programs
               o    High School Honors
               o    Research Internship in Science & Engineering
               o    Summer Challenge
               o    Summer Preview
                        For more info, call 617-353-1378 or buhssumr@bu.edu

         BROADREACH           summer adventure learning programs for middle and high school
            students: marine biology, medicine, language immersion, culture, arts, scuba, sailing,
            Leadership and service intensive programs worldwide
               o For more info, email to schools@gobradreach.com or
                        Call 1.888.833.1907; webpage – www.gobroadreach.com

         Summer at Carleton
                o   Liberal Arts Experience: 7/9 – 7/15
                o   Summer Writing Program: 7/10 – 7/29
                o   Summer Science Institute: 7/17 – 8/5
                o   For more info visit www.carleton.edu/summer or call 866-767-2275
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         Carnegie Mellon: Pre-College Summer Programs
                 o    Starts June 25 – August 5, 2011
                 o    Programs: Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, and Music
                 o    For more information visit: www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college or
                           Call: 412-268-2082; Fax: 412-268-7838
                           Email: precollege@andrew.cmu.edu


         Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Programs – Wallingford, CT
              o      Summer curriculum hones traditional academic skills – reading, writing, and
                     arithmatic while exploring content not traditionally found in secondary
                     school curricula – forensics, Mandarin Chinese, marine biology, etc.
              o      For further information visit: www.Choate.edu/summerprograms
                               Call: 203-697-2365
                               Email: tnutting@choate.edu or choatesummer@choate.edu

        Columbia University Summer High School Programs

              o      Study the Middle East at Columbia and King’s Academy In Jordan
              o      Study in New York City at Columbia University
              o      Study in Barcelona at the University of Barcelona
                             For more information visit www.ce.columbis.edu/highschool

        Cornell University Summer College - Three and six week programs
              o      “Art as Experience” combines studio work with field trips
              o      “Design Immersion” examines how designers think, solve problems,
                             and help us interact with everything in our world
                                 For information about other programs offered, visit
                                  www.summercollege.cornell.edu; e-mail
                                  summer_college@cornell.edu
                                 Call 607-255-6203
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             Drexel University Summer Institutes
             o       LeBowe College of Business
             o       College of Engineering
             o       Earle Mack School of Law
             o       Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
             o       College of Medicine
             o       The iSchool at Drexel, College of Information Science & Technology
                               For more info visit www.drexel.edu/summer
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             2011 Emory Pre-College Program – Atlanta, Georgia
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             o     Courses may include: Science, Pre-Professional, Arts and Humanities, Social
                   Science
                            For the most up-to-date course listings and descriptions, see
                              www.college.emory.edu/pre-college
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          Fashion Institute of Technology’s Precollege Program
              o    Classes begin 7/11
                            For more info, visit www.fitnyc.edu/precollege

          Fordham University Summer Session 2011 – 7/5-8/4

              o    Students experience coursework at the college level at one of three New
                   York campuses: Rose Hill in the Bronx, Lincoln Center in Manhattan and
                   Westchester in West Harrison
              o    Courses available in Philosophical Ethics, English Composition and Rhetoric,
                   Sustainable New York, Intro to Sociology, and Sports Communication, to
                   name a few
                            For more info, visit the web at fordham.edu/summer

        George Washington University Pre-College Program – Summer 2011 –
         Washington, D.C.
                   o   Credit Courses – (rising seniors) – 7/10-29
                               Contemporary documentary Photography
                               Creative Nonfiction Seminar
                   o   Non-Credit Courses (grades 9-11) - 7/10-22
                               Photojournalism: Media in Focus
                               Theatre: Onstage and Off
                               Writing in the City
                   o   To learn more and apply, visit: precollege.gwu.edu
                   o   Contact info: Office of /summer Sessions, 1944 F Street, N.W.,
                       Washington, DC 20052: Call 202.994.6360: See gwsummer@gwu.edu




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    Georgetown University: School of Continuing Studies Summer
       Programs
              o    Session 1: June 5 – July 9
              o    Session 2: July 10 – August 13
              o    College Prep: June 26 – July 16
              o    Institutes: June 19 – August 14 (Various Dates)
              o    Fundamentals – Sessions 1 and 2: June 5 – August 13
                             For further information visit:
                                scs.georgetown.edu/dcsummerclasses


Harvard Summer School – Cambridge, MA
              o    Choose from a wide variety of Harvard Summer School courses, including
                   those offered online.
              o    Program begins June 25 - August 12
              o    Students have the opportunity to live, meet, and make friends with people
                   from all over the world
              o    Harvard facilities include libraries, theatres, gyms, and labs
              o    College preparatory events include a large college fair, panel discussions, and
                   trips to other New England colleges, help students made decisions about
                   their academic future.
              o    For further information visit www.ssp.harvard.edu
                             Call: 617-495-3192
                             Email: ssp@hudce@harvard.edu


             ITHACA Summer college –A residential Pre-College Program
              o    Three- Week Session – 6/26 – 7/15
              o    One- Week Session – 7/17 – 722
              o    For more information, please visit www.ithaca.edu/summercollege

          Manhattan College - FREE 2011 Summer Program for Minority and Women
               High School Students in Science, Engineering, and SAT Prep.
                  o Co-sponsored by the Metropolitan Section of the American Society
                        Of Civil Engineers, as well as corporate sponsors
                  o July 6-20, 9am-3pm
                  o Call (718)862-7171 Ask for Dr. Saukin between 9:30 am and 4:00 pm
                        Monday through Friday

            Manhattanville College – Summer Session 2 – July 5 through August 5

              o    For more information please email hartmank@mville.edu
                           call 914-323-5446
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            Mercy College – Model United Nations Program – Summer 2011
                   o Dobbs Ferry, NY Campus
                   o July 11 – 22 (Monday – Friday)
                   o 9:30am – 3:00 pm
                   o $400
             Please email summer@mercy.edu for information and/or to receive a program
             Application

            New York State Summer School of the Arts – Summer 2011

              o    Eight art programs – Ballet, Choral Studies, Dance, Media Arts, Orchestral
                   Studies, Theatre, and Visual Arts
              o    For further information, visit www.p12.nysed.gov/nysssa/
                        call (518)474-8773 or Email at nysssa@mail.nysed.gov

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         New York University: NYU Precollege Program
              o    College-level courses for credit – Taken with current NYU students and taught
                   by our faculty.
              o    Topics include Anthropology, Computer Science, Languages, Music, and
                   Psychology.
              o    Six-Week Program ( July 5 – August 12)
              o    Live on-campus – Students will have the option to live in on-campus housing
                   with other Precollege students. (Residential and non-residential options
                   available)
              o    Free writing workshop – Optional five-week, noncredit course to improve
                   writing skills.
              o    Planning for college admission – Attend college-planning sessions and a
                   Summer College Fair.
              o    Scholarships are available , Scholarship deadline April, 1
              o    For further information visit: www.nyu.edu/info/precollege/info
                          Call: 212-998-2292
                          Email: summer.precollege@nyu.edu
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 Northfield Mount Hermon Summer Programs – Mount Hermon, MA
              o    College Prep Program from 6/ 25 – 7/ 30: For students entering 10 -12 grade.
                   Credit or enrichment courses. Students select one major course plus an
                   afternoon lab or minor course and sport.
              o    Major Course Offerings: Algebra I, Geometry Chemistry, Biology, Literature
                   and Composition, etc.
              o    Minor Course Offerings: Digital Media, Drama, Drawing and Painting, Guitar,
                   etc.
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              o    English as a Second Language: Levels range from beginning to advanced and
                   provide practice in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
              o    For further information visit: nmhschool.org/summer
                        Call: 413-498-3290
                        Email: summerschool@nmhschool.org

        Otis College of Art and Design , LA, California–Summer of Art 2011
              o    July 5 – July 29
                        Visit otis.edu/soa or call (800)527-OTIS (6847)

        OxBridge Academic Programs in Europe for July, 2011
              o    Programs in Oxford, Cambridge, Paris, Montpellier, and Barcelona offer
                   students currently in grades 8-12 the chance to challenge themselves
                   intellectually, both in traditional disciplines, such as Art History, Literature,
                   Politics and Economics, Drama, Creative Writing, and Speech and Debate, as
                   well as less commonly offered subjects, such as Global Medicine,
                   International Law, Business and Finance, Architecture, and Filmmaking
              o    For more info, contact info@oxbridgeprograms.com or 800-828-8349


         PEN American Center –Rena’s Promise Creative Writing Camp,
            Quinnipet, Shelter Island, NY – July 2-8
              o One week intensive writing program for young people between the ages of
                 14-17
              o Come to Guidance or visit www.renaspromise.com to download application


         Summer Study Program - PENN STATE UNIVERSITY
              5 Different Programs
              o 6 ½ week Summer study offers students the opportunity to earn college
                  credit as well as experience college life
               Summer academic life permits time for successful development, personal
                  growth, and independence.
              o 6 week “Triple Play” Program brings a unique blend of academics,
                  internships, and community into one fantastic program
              o 3 ½ week Summer Enrichment Program and the 2 ½ week Intensive
                  Workshop Program offer students the experience of an up and running
                  university before the actually attend a university.
              o 2 or 4 week Middle School program offers students to learn in an
                  environment where they are under the finest care and supervision. Students
                  will be engaged in activities all day whether in the classroom, the dance floor,
                  or on the basketball court.
              o For further information visit: www.summerstudy.com
                       Call: 631-424-1000 (Worldwide) or 800-666-2556 (Nationwide)
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                          Email: info@summerstudy.com

        Performing Arts Institute of Wyoming Seminary

                o   June 26-August 6
                o   Instrumental Performance, Vocal Performance, Jazz, Musical Theater and
                    Dance
                o   Three and Six-Week Sessions for students ages 12-18
                o   Residential & Day in Northeast, PA
                o   For further information visit: wyomingseminary.org/pai
                       Call: 1-570-270-2186
                       Email: onstage@wyomingseminary.org


        Phillips Exeter Academy , Exeter, New Hampshire– Summer School
            Session – July 1 – August 4, 2012
             If you are a serious student, intellectually curious, creative, eager to embrace new
            challenges and opportunities, then Phillips Exeter Academy Summer School may be
            a program for you.
                o The Upper School – for grades 9-12
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                o Access Exeter – for students who have completed 7 or 8 grade
                o Students may obtain catalogs and application packets by visiting the website
                   at www.exeter.edu/summer or email summer@exeter.edu

        Pratt Institute: Pre-College Summer Programs
            o   Session starts July 5 – July 29
            o   Programs Include: Art, Design, Architecture, Photography, and Portfolio
                Development.
            o   For more information, or to register for either NYC campus:
                 Email – preco@pratt.edu; Online: www.pratt.edu/prostudies;
                 By phone: 718-636-3453; Fax – 718-399-4410;
                 Mail:       Pre-College Program-Center for Continuing and Professional Studies
                              ISAC Building, Room 205, Pratt Institute
                              200 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205-9975
                If you wish to meet with a staff rep, call head for appt. 718-636-3453


        Smith College, Northampton, MA – Summer Science and Engineering
         Program
            o   For high school girls entering grades 9 through 12 from July 1 to July 28, 2012
            o   Call 413.585.3060; Fax 413.585.3068; ccc@smith.edu; www.smith.edu/ssep

       Summer 2011 at Sarah Lawrence – Bronxville, New York
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             o     Details, course descriptions, instructors and bios, costs, and tentative
                   schedules are at www.sarahlawrence.edu/highschool
             o     Online registration is available for all courses. Get on our mailing list:
             o     Send an e-mail to highschool@sarahlawrence.edu




      Seton Hall University, So. Orange, NJ – Summer Collegiate Studies Program
            o     Courses - Oral Communications, Intro to Psychology, Intro to Sociology
                  Questions – please contact the Office of Admissins at (800) THE-HALL or
                    thehall@shu.edu. Learn more about the program at
                    www.shu.edu/academics/summer-collegiate-studies.cfm

      SASD – Shintaro Akatsu School of Design/University of Bridgeport –
         Bridgeport, CT
                      o   Summer Design Program – July 11 – 22
                      o   College prep for high school students
                      o   Classes are designed to help high school students enhance their
                          creative skills and explore various art and design fields – from industrial
                          design and architecture to graphic design and animation.
                      o   For more information, call 1.203.576.4034, email
                          SASD@bridgeport.edu, visit Bridgeport.edu/SummerAtSASD, or fill out
                          the reply card in the guidance office.

      SKIDMORE College – Lar Lubovitch Dance Company –Summer11
            o     May 29 – June 18
                  Visit www.skidmore.edu/summer or call 518-580-5599

      Summer Discovery: Summer on Campus Academic Programs
            o      12 Great Campuses in five different countries
            o      2 to 6 week programs
            o      All-inclusive tuition from $3,400 to $9,200
                       Includes: Academics, Room & Board, College Visits, Community Service,
                          Trips & Excursions, sports & more
            o      For further information visit: www.summerdiscovery.com
                       Call: 516-621-3939
                       Email: info@summerdiscovery.com

        Summer Study Program - The Sorbonne in Paris, France
            o      Two Sessions:
                      5 Week Program (College Credit & Non-Credit): July 5 – August 6
                      3 Week Program (Non-Credit): July 5 – July 25
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            o      Students can take courses in Photography, Film Studies, Architecture, Art
                   History, Etc.
            o      For further information visit: www.summerstudy.com
                      Call: 631-424-1000 (Worldwide) or 800-666-2556 (Nationwide)
                      Email: precollegeprograms@summerstudy.com



        STANFORD – High School Summer College, Stanford, CA
             o     June 18 – August 14, 2011
             o     Courses offered in languages, sciences, sports, philosophy, math, theatre
             o     For more information, visit summer.stanford.edu for a complete listing of all
                   Summer College courses and descriptions, or email
                   summersessions@stanford.edu

        STEVENS Institute of Technology, The Stevens summer, Hoboken, NJ
             o     Program runs July – August 2011: Programs for high school students in
                      Multimedia Production – Business – Engineering & Science
             o     More information and the application for these exciting programs can be
                   found online at www.stevens.edu/precollege


 Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA - Writers Workshop –
                          6/26 –7/2/2011
            o      The Writers Workshop is open to experienced writers entering 11th or 12th
                   grade.
                      Visit www.susqu.edu/writers (click on high school students)

        The Road Less Traveled – Life Changing Travel – 2011
            o      Programs include: Language and Service, Service Learning, Global Perspectives,
                   Adventure Expeditions, Leadership Training
            o      For more info, call 1-800-939-9839 or visit www.theroadlesstraveled.com

       University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA – Pre- College Summer Institute
          Programs
            o Courses in Art, Dance, Jazz, and Media
                  Visit cs.uarts.edu/precollege; Email precollege@urts.edu;
                  Phone 1.800.616.ARTS #6430; twitter.com/uartsprecollege
                  tinyurl.com/pc-on-facebook

        TCNJ – The College of New Jersey – Community Service Experience
            o      Two week opportunity for high school students to earn college credits and
                   build up your community service resumes
            o      For more information e-mail at summer@tcnj.edu or call (609)771-2548
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        The University of Chicago – Summer sessions for rising sophomores, juniors,
               and seniors. Students may take undergraduate courses for college credit
               o Programs include: Research in the Bilogical Sciences; Geological study;
                     Ancient Egyptian Language, Culture, and History; Traveling Academy;
                    Field Studies in Urban Society; American Law and Litigation; Colegiate
                    Writing; The Science of Sustainability; Developmental Psychology;
                    Creative Writing Workshop
               o For more information, call 773.834.3792 or e-mail at
                  summerhs@uchicago.edu

        Summer Study Program – The University of Colorado at Boulder
           o    3 Week enrichment program from July 9 – 29
           o    Majestic Rocky Mountain Location
                 Exciting Trips to Vail, Breckenridge, Pikes Peak, Denver & More
           o    Whitewater Rafting, Yoga & Mountain Biking
           o    Habitat for Humanity Community Service
           o    Curriculum I (2 Periods): 2 Enrichment Classes OR Full Kaplan SAT or ACT
                Preparation Class OR Math Only or Verbal Only Kaplan SAT Preparation Class + 1
                Enrichment Class
           o    Curriculum II (3 Periods): 3 Enrichment Classes OR Full Kaplan SAT or ACT
                Preparation Class + 1 Enrichment Class OR Math Only or Verbal Only Kaplan SAT
                Preparation Class + 2 Enrichment Classes
           o    For further information visit: www.Bestsummerever.com
                     Call: 631-424-1000 (Worldwide) or 800-666-2556 (Nationwide)
                           Email: info@summerstudy.com


        University of Rochester Pre-College Summer Programs –
           o    Residential Program for grades 9-12; Rochester Scholars for grades 9-12; Rochester
                Scholars Jr. for grades 7-8; Taste of College for grades 11 & 12; Malawi Immersion
                Summer Seminar for grades 11 & 12; Eastman School of Music and River Campus
                Summer Connection
           o    Rochester Scholars is the University’s pre-college academic enrichment program for
                students in grades 9-12, who have the option to live on campus. Rochester Scholars Jr.,
                for students in grades 7-8, is a one-week program offering just the right mix of
                intellectual stimulation, academic freedom, and gentle guidance and support from
                instructors.
           o    Both programs offer noncredit courses reflective of areas of study available at the
                University. Students can choose up to two courses per session, from fields such as
                medicine, engineering, English, history, modern languages, and mathematics. Partners
                include the Eastman School of Music and the University of Rochester Medical center’s
                Life Sciences Learning Center.
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           o   Please refer to the Pre-College website for the latest, most comprehensive list:
               http://enrollment.rochester.edu/admissions/precollege/rocscholar.shtm
           o
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Summer Study Program –The University of Vermont at Burlington
           o   4 Week College Credit or Enrichment Program
           o   Picturesque Lake Champlain
           o   Fantastic New England Campus
           o   Weekend trips to Boston, Stowe Mountain and Ben & Jerry’s Factory
           o   Six Flags Great Escape, Sailing, & North Beach
           o   Curriculum I*: 1 College Credit Course + 1 Enrichment Class OR 1 College Credit
               Course + Kaplan SAT Preparation Class
           o   Curriculum II*: Audit 1 College Credit Class + 1 Enrichment Class OR Audit 1
               College Credit Class + Kaplan SAT Preparation Class
           o   Curriculum III: 2 Enrichment Classes OR 1 Enrichment Class + Kaplan SAT
               Preparation Class
           o   *-All students enrolled in either Curriculum I or II will also be automatically
               enrolled in specially designed “Pathways to College” class
           o   For further information visit: www.Bestsummerever.com
                    Call: 631-424-1000 (Worldwide) or 800-666-2556 (Nationwide)
                    Email: info@summerstudy.com


       SYA (School Year Abroad) Summer Program
           o   Four five-week programs in Beijing, China; Rennes, France; Viterbo, Italy; and
               Zaragoza, Spain.
           o   Three to four hours of classroom teaching per school day
           o   Lodging with a host family
           o   At least one year of Mandarin language instruction or equivalent required for
               China
           o   Two or more years of high school French or Spanish required for France and
               Spain. There is no language requirement for Italy
           o   Program Dates:
                    China: June 17 – July 23
                    France: June 14 – July 19
                    Italy: June 17 – July 22
                    Spain: June 17 – July 22
           o   For further information visit: www.syasummer.org
                    Call: 978-725-6828
                    Email: syasummer@sya.org
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       University of Connecticut – Center for Students with Disabilities –
        Storrs, Connecticut
           o UCPREP – University College Preparation, Rights & Responsibilities,
               Empowerment, Planning is now open for admission 7/31-8/5/2011
               o For more information visit: http://www.csd.uconn.edu/uc prep.html or
               Questions to Jackie Santiago, Program Specialist, at
               Jacqueline.santiago@uconn.edu or call Center for Students with Disabilities
               At (860)486-2020


Washington University – St. Louis, MO
           o   The High School Summer Scholars Program (5 Weeks, credit)
                    Earn full college credit, transferable to most accredited colleges and
                       universities
                    Select two college courses from a variety of academic disciplines
                    Choose a residential or commuting option
                    Be a current high school sophomore or junior with an academic average
                       of B+ or better.
                    Program Dates:
                       - Session A, June 12 – July 16
                       - Session B, July 17 – August 19
           o   The High School Summer Institutes (3 Week, noncredit)
                    Choose a residential or commuting option
                    Be a current high school sophomore or junior with an academic average
                       of B+ or better
                    Program Dates:
                       - Creative Writing Institute: June 12 – July 2
                       - Japanese Popular Culture Institute: July 3 – 23
                       - Pre-Medical Institute: July 24 – August 13
           o   For further information visit: summercholars.wustl.edu
                    Call: (866)-209-0691
                    Email: summerscholars@wustl.edu

      Westchester Community College              is conducting its 36th summer study program in
         Rome, Italy from June 30 – July 28, 2011
            o Application deadline is May 1, 2011
            o For additional information contact 914.606.6790
               They are also offering a new Veterinary Technology program leading
                 to an Associate in Applied Science Degree, for more info contact
                 Dean Morville, Interim Program Director at 606.8890
           o New Student registration for Fall 2011 by 4/11/2011
           o Financial Aid Priority Filing Deadline for Fall is 6/30/2011
                    DANCEWORKS – 3/26, 27; 4/1, 4/2, 4/3
                    PAGE 2 STAGE – 5/14
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                    LEGENDS & LEGACIES – 3/13; 4/23
           o   For additional info about these events contact 914.606.6262

    WPI – Worcester Polytechnic Institute , Worcester, MA – Frontiers & launch
       Programs - July 10 – August 12, 2011
            o Frontiers - an on-campus, residential, research and learning experience that
               challenges soon-to-be high school juniors and seniors to explore the outer
               limits of knowledge in science, mathematics, and engineering.
            o SESSION 1: July 10 – July 22; SESSION 2 (Robotics only) July 24 – Aug 2
                     Programs in Science, Technology, and Engineering
                     Communication Workshops
             o Launch – (August 8-12) is a learning and research opportunity for students
                 entering freshman and sophomore years of high school. You’ll spend your
                 days working with faculty focusing on current problems and challenges in the
                 fields of biology, chemistry/biochemistry, interactive media and game
                 development, or robotics.
             o For more info, visit wpi.edu/+launch; wpi.edu/+frontiers; 508-831-5286

				
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