Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University- Enter the Great American Aero Derby and compete for an Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University tuition Scholarship. Visit the website for more information and dates for the summer camps.
University of Southern California offers Summer Programs. They offer 25 courses in different subject. Click here for more information about USC Summer Programs. Applications and updated 2013 information will be available early in December 2012.
Washington University in St. Louis: Offering High School Summer Camps. Visit the website for more information.
San Jose State University School of Music and Dance is proud to announce the 6th annual summer music camp Summer in the City: Music at San Jose State. Visit the website for more information. Also check this website for registration. NatureBridge (formerly Yosemite Institute) offers a summer camp for field-based science education. Visit the website for more information. Carnegie Mellon: Jumpstart your Future with the Pre-College Programs. Beginning June 30th through August 10th. Visit the website for more information. New York Film Academy is offering Summer Camps all over the U.S. Visit the website for more information.
Pratt Institute: Pre-College Program Create, Create Summer 2012 July 9th thru August 9th. Visit the website for more information.
National Student Leadership Conference: Visit the website for more information on programs NSLC offers.
Michigan State University: Offering High School Summer Engineering Program. Begins July 15th and ends July 28th. Visit the website for more information.
NYU Precollege Summer of 2012 July2, through August 10. Scholarship deadline April 1, 2012. Visit the website for more information about NYU Precollege and other summer programs for high school students.
Syracuse University Summer College: Summer College offers opportunities for students to explore possible majors, build resumes and portfolios. Syracuse offesr a list of two week, four week or six week programs. Click here for more information.
OxBridge Academic Programs: Summer programs offered in New York, Oxford, Cambridge, Paris, Montpellier and Barcelona. Programs are aimed at advanced junior high and high school who have the desire and motivation to enrich themselves intelllectually while immersing themselves in a foreign culture. To learn more contact 212-932-3049 or 800-828-8349. Click here for website
iD Tech Camp offers summer camps for ages 7-17 on college campuses. To learn more information call 408-871-3732 or click here to go to website
FIDM is offering a summer program in San Francisco. Click here for the website.
Putney School Summer Programs- Summer programs in Visual Arts, Theater, Music, Dance, Farm, Creative Writing, and ESOL. Click here for website
Both sessions run from June 26th to August 5th. First session June 26th to July 15th and second session July 17th to August 5th.
Summer Study Programs- Penn State University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Vermont & The Sorbonne, Paris, France. Summer programs combine academically challenging courses with the spirit of exciting campus life, the programs will offer students the opportunity to undergo a gradual transition into college life in a "non-pressured" summertime atmosphere. You can find a lot more information about the different programs offered by calling 631-424-1000 or click here for website
Broadreach Summer Programs Summer Adventures for Teenagers, there are Adventures to choose from and also Academic Treks to choose from.
Click here for website also you can call 888-833-1907.
School of Cinema & Performing Arts (SOCAPA) Summer Programs High School Age 14-18, Youth 12-14. Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Dance & Photography. To learn more details call 800-718-2787 or email INFO@SOCAPA.ORG or click here for website
United States Military Academy-The 35th Annual Summer Leaders Seminar will host two sessions in 2010. The first session is scheduled for May 29-June 4, and the second session will be June 5-11. To apply for the Summer Leaders Seminar, students should click here for website and fill out the application form online prior to April 1, 2010. Students are urged to complete the online application as soon as possible. Come to Student Services for a brochure.
Norwich University- Is looking for a few good leaders who would like to take their skills to the next level. The programs are open to 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. A GP of 2.5 or above is required. For more information on the two leadership camps offered click here for the website
For the Gifted
National Society for the Gifted and Talented – Click here for website
American Institute for Foreign Study – Visit the website for additional information. Click here for website AIFS Summer Advantage is a division of the American Institute of Foreign Study, River Plaza, 9 West Broad Street, Stamford, CT 06902. Telephone 800-913-7151 click here for website
Local Summer Opportunities
Camp Hammer – There is a place called Camp Hammer, filled with adventure, hidden in the redwoods, where you can worship and love God, talking with friends during cabin time. Register today at www.camphammer.com. Scholarship funds are available and are based on need and first-come basis. If you need further financial assistance, please call us for a scholarship application at 831-338-3200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our desire and hope is that any child who wants to attend camp will have the means to do so. Camp Hammer, 21401 Big Basin Way, Boulder Creek, CA 95006.
KidsArt - Fine Art Classes - Summer Workshops - Fine Art Classes for ages 4-Adult. Scotts Valley Studio located at 226-D Mt Hermon Road, Scotts Valley, CA. Registration information at www.KidsArtClasses.com or email@example.com
Watsonville YMCA - www.ymcacentralcoast.org.
Gavilan College Community Education - Pile on the Fun This Summer. College for Youth Science Camps, Other College For Youth Camps in Academics, Media Arts, Sports and Cooking. Classes begin June-August. Enroll at http://gavilan.auusoft.net. Telephone number 408-852-2801.