Summer Programs 2010:
What will inspire you this summer? Carnegie Mellon’s Pre-College Programs run June 26-August 6,
2010. Go to www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college for more information.
SMU: Talented and Gifted AND College Experience Program
You’re not an average teenager, so why spend your summer at an average camp? This summer,
come to SMU and get a jump start on your future. Become a university student for three weeks
through the Talented and Gifted Program (TAG), and take college-credit and challenging noncredit
courses designed to stretch thinking and learning. Academically talented students who have
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completed the 7 , 8 , or 9 grade experience the fun of learning during TAG’s exciting three weeks.
TAG provides a safe opportunity to test your independence and motivation in the classroom while you
live on a college campus with students like yourself- students who enjoy academics and a wide
variety of social activities. For more information contact the SMU TAG Program, (214) 768-0123,
www.smu.edu/tag or email email@example.com.
Summer Study Programs
The Summer Study Programs at Penn State University, the University of Colorado at Boulder, and
the University of Vermont, and The Sorbonne combine academically challenging courses with the
spirit of exciting campus life. Summer Study Programs offers students the opportunity toundergo a
gradual transition into college life in a “non-pressured” summertime atmosphere. For more
information, stop by the Go Center to pick up a brochure or call (866) 666-2556 or visit
www.summerstudy.com for more information.
Oxbridge Academic Programs
Oxbridge Academic Programs offer exciting programs for various age groups overseas. There is
value in studying overseas where students can discover a new culture, learn to live independently,
and push themselves intellectually in new areas and among equally inspired peers. Summer
programs are at the following locations: England, Spain and France. For more information please visit
www.oxbridgeprograms.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Program booklets are also
available in the Go Center for viewing.
Summer College at Ole Miss
For the past 30 years, the University of Mississippi has been bringing academically gifted high school
juniors and some sophomores (rising juniors and seniors) to its beautiful campus for a unique
summer experience. Students get a head start on their college careers by taking coursework that
allows them to earn between 3 and 7 hours of college credit transferable to any accredited college or
university (options available from a variety of subject areas; number of courses and credit hours
depends on the Program/Institute selected). For more information, please visit
Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Programs
The Choate Summer Programs experience is designed to nourish mind, body, and soul. The
outstanding academic curriculum is the foundation of the program. Programs are for students
entering grades 9-12 and there are five-week and two-week programs available. Programs include:
Academic Enrichment, English Language Institute, the JFK Institute in Government, Math
Workshops, Science Workshops, Study Abroad, and a Writing workshop. For more information
please visit www.choate.edu/summerprograms or email email@example.com. Program
brochures are also available in the Go Center for viewing.
The Cambridge College Programme
The Cambridge College Programme is a unique opportunity for high achieving high school scholars.
Scholars may be in their freshman through senior year. They receive a written evaluation and letter
grade for each course from their lecturers, which is brought back by the scholar to be included with
their high school transcript and to be sent to colleges and universities with their applications. Three
different programmes are offered. The Academic Programme and the International Leadership
Programme are from July 22-August 11, 2010. The Paris Excursion is from August 11 to August 17,
2010. For fees, applications and more information please visit
Live and Study at Sarah Lawrence
Are you passionate about learning? Do you spend all your free time in activities that cultivate those
passions? This summer, Sarah Lawrence College offers an exciting program of residential courses in
musical theatre, creative writing, the visual arts and summer in the city, as we all as evening classes
in screenwriting and math. You can enhance your academic life and explore your passions. Small
class sizes give you an exceptional opportunity to learn in a supportive, non-competitive environment.
Students in every class will have two one-on-one meetings, Sarah Lawrence Style, with their
instructor- one of the things that make your experience from study anywhere else. Details, course
descriptions, instructors and bios, costs and tentative schedules are at
www.sarahlawrence.edu/highschool. Online registration is available for all courses. To get on the
mailing list, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 San Antonio Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP)
The San Antonio Prefreshman Engineering Program is a mathematics-based, academic enrichment
program emphasizing the development of abstract reasoning and problem solving skills. The program
helps students prepare of careers in the fields of mathematics, science, technology, and engineering
(STEM). Rigorous and demanding, PREP requires the ability and motivation to complete complex
class work and homework above and beyond standard school instruction. The program includes
course work, team projects, class presentations, examinations, career awareness speakers, field
trips, and special events. It is presented over the course of three summers and students reapply each
year. Students who are interested can call (210) 458-2060, visit www.prep-usa.org, or stop by the Go
Center for an application. Applications are due January 29, 2010.
United States Military Academy Summer Leaders Seminar 2010
The United States Military Academy will host two sessions of the 35 Annual Summer Leaders
Seminar. The first session is schedule for May 29-June 4, 2010 and the second will be June 5-11,
2010. The Summer Leaders Seminar provide outstanding high school juniors the exciting opportunity
to gain a better understanding of the academic, physical, military, and leadership development
programs at a service academy that features small classes, a caring faculty, professional career
preparation, and a foundation for future graduate students. Students must be in the top 5 of their
class, be pursuing a college-prepatory curriculum, have strong PSAT scores, and have demonstrated
leadership potential through participation, election/selection to office and honors earned in organized
athletic and extracurricular activities. Cost to attend is $350. For more information or to fill out an
application, visit www.admissions.westpoint.edu. Applications are due April 1, 2010.
Washington University in St. Louis
High School Summer Scholars Program (5 weeks)- Discover what real college courses are like,
share classes with other college students, and get a head start on adjusting to college life. The five-
week Summer Scholars Program lets you choose a couple of college courses from a variety of
academic disciplines: the foreign languages, the sciences, the humanities, the arts, and the social
sciences. Earn up to seven units of college credit. The Session A (June 13- July 17, 2010) deadline
is May 7, 2010. The Session B (July 18- August 20, 2010) deadline is June 11, 2010. Visit
summerscholars.wustl.edu for more information.
Young Writers Institute Program (2 weeks)- Study with working writers, become acquainted with
the St. Louis literary community, and receive helpful guidance on your own poetry and creative prose.
This two-week institute for high school students is part of our Summers Writers Institute and includes
personal conferences, readings, craft talks, open-mike time, and panel discussions. Earn three units
of college credit. Program runs from June 13-26, 2010 and the deadline is May 7, 2010. For more
information visit swi.ucollege.wustl.edu.