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    CrossRoad Program
    MA, Brookline
    Phone: 617-850-1308
      Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
      Do you love learning about your faith? Are you part of the high school class of 2005, about to face tough decisions about what you should do with your life? CrossRoad is an engaging 10-day summer program for Orthodox Christian high school seniors of all jurisdictions that will take place this June 27 - July 7, 2004 on the campus of Hellenic College/Holy Cross in Brookline, Massachusetts. THE POINT: To help you answer the question: What does it mean to travel the road of the Cross of Christ in your life, for your life? For ten days you will: experience a full liturgical life, praying together at Matins/Orthros at the school’s chapel and at Vespers at different Orthodox churches...[more]
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    Summer Studies Program
    OH, Cedarville
    Phone: 800-233-2784
      Cedarville University
      Summer Studies is a residential program through which students earn college credit. Eligible students have completed their junior year of high school and have a GPA of 3.0+.
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    Summer Institute
    PA, Philadelphia
    Phone: 215-717-6431
      University of the Arts
      Four week residential programs for high school students in visual arts,writing, communication, theater and dance; two week program in music - emphasis on jazz
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    Excel
    TN, Jefferson City
      Carson Newman University
      Opportunity for high school juniors to take college classes.
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    Music Camp
    TN, Jefferson City
      Carson Newman University
      Music camp for high school students.
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    The Great Books Summer Program
    CA, Santa Paula
    Phone: 800-634-9797
      Thomas Aquinas College
      The Summer Program introduces participants to a selection of the primary written sources of Western Civilization—the “Great Books”—and to the questions, ideas and discoveries these works inspire in civilized men and women even to our own day. Members of the College’s full-time faculty meet with students twice each day in small “Socratic-style” tutorials. Classes open with a question designed to lead students into a careful reading of the text; the ensuing discussion often leads them into exciting discoveries of the truths and wisdom which are their heritage. Vigorous thinking is best tempered with vigorous leisure! Organized on-campus sports, hiking in the Los Padres Nation...[more]
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    UCF Rock and Roll Camps: 2005
    FL, Orlando
    Phone: (407)823-3581: Dr Diane Cardar
      University of Central Florida
      Rock and Roll camp offers students the opportunity to spend a week learning Rock and Roll material on Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Drums, Voice; rehearsing with other students at similar levels as "rock bands", and performing in a Rock concert for the public in costume on the final day. Students can choose between the beginner week (June 6-10, 2005) for ages 8-14, and intermediate/advanced week (July 25-29, 2005). Instructors are veteran rockers with at least 10 years in the business, all of whom have played with many big names in the world of Rock and Roll. Emphasis is on ensemble (playing together), preparing material for performance with a deadline, and learning something new on your instrumen...[more]
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      Deadline : May 01, 2005
    Johns Hopkins University HeadsUP Program
    MD, Baltimore
    Phone: 301-294-7070
      Johns Hopkins University Engineering School
      HeadsUP offers summer, college credit, introductory engineering and bioscience courses and possible internships to rising high school juniors through early college students who are good in math and science and want to explore engineering or get ahead in their college engineering courses. HeadsUP is a non-residence, commuter program aimed at attracting students in the Montgomery County, Northern Virginia and northern Washington D.C. area. Course are taken from electrical and computer, biomedical, and environmental engineering disciplines, as well as the biosciences. Another course, called "What is Engineering?", provides students an overview of five different disciplines within engineering th...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 30, 2005
    Women in Engineering EDGE Camp
    IN, West Lafayette
    Phone: (765) 494-0758
      Purdue University
      The Women in Engineering Program at Purdue University is dedicated to enriching the profession of Engineering through the full participation of women. The EDGE camp was designed to show early High School students what career choices are available in Engineering. Camp activities are chosen that specifically target topics of interest to young women and highlight the opportunities available within the Purdue College of Engineering. This strategy is designed to show the campers that engineering is a feasible career choice, regardless of their personal interests or individual talents. All campers stay in the residence halls. To be considered for the camp, the student must submit a teach...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 26, 2005
    Pre-College Summer ArtLab 2005
    MO, Kansas City
    Phone: 816.802.3445
      Kansas City Art Institute
      Push your limits as an artist. Concentrate on visual art in an environment that is about you and your gift. You will see and think in new ways, encouraged and challenged by fellow artists. They are here for the same reasons you are - to make art. Intensive studio and academic courses are the foundation for your future as an artist. Faculty include full-time professors from Art Institute degree programs as well as guest faculty and full-time upperclass Art Institute students. You will discover firsthand the daring and commitment it takes to be an artist. You will learn to document your own work and begin building a meaningful portfolio for college applications and scholarship com...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 22, 2005
    Pre-College Summer ArtLab 2005
    MO, Kansas City
    Phone: 816-802-3505
      Kansas City Art Institute
      Push your limits as an artist. Concentrate on visual art in an environment that is about you and your gift. You will see and think in new ways, encouraged and challenged by fellow artists. They are here for the same reasons you are - to make art. Intensive studio and academic courses are the foundation for your future as an artist. faculty include full-time professors from Art Institute degree programs as well as guest faculty and full-time upperclass Art Institute students. You will discover firsthand the daring and commitment it takes to be an artist. You will learn to document your own work and begin building a meaningful portfolio for college applications and scholarship competiti...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 22, 2005
    National High School Summer Institute
    IL, Evanston
    Phone: 847/491-3141
      Northwestern University
      An integral part of Northwestern University's acclaimed School of Music, the National High School Music Institute offers an intimate look at collegiate-level music study and music as a career. With a renowned faculty of more than 100, over 24 performance ensembles, and a myriad of classes, the institute offers an ideally challenging summer to the serious high school musician. NHSMI is one of seven divisions of Northwestern's National High School Institute, which enrolls approximately 700 of the nation's most accomplished sutdents. Established in 1931, NHSI is the oldest and largest university-based program of its kind in the nation. The highly selective music division admits approxim...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 22, 2005
    Summer Expressions Pre-College Program
    MN, Minneapolis
    Phone: 612 874 3765
      Minneapolis College of Art and Design
      MCAD Summer Expressions (SES), the Minneapolis College of Art and Design's pre-college summer program, is designed to give high school students an introduction to life at MCAD. For two weeks students ages 16 to 18 live on campus, experience a college-like curriculum, earn 1.5 credits, make art, build a portfolio and attend social activities.
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      Deadline : Apr 22, 2005
    Education Program for Gifted Youth
    CA, Stanford
    Phone: (650) 329-9920
      Stanford University
      The EPGY Summer Institutes are three-week and five-week residential summer programs on the Stanford University campus for academically talented and motivated high-school students. The Summer Institutes provide an opportunity for these students to enrich and accelerate their academic pursuits and to share this experience with others who have similar interests and abilities. Past participants have come from across the United States and around the world, and every student leaves with a sense of academic accomplishment, new friends, and fond memories of a wonderful time spent at Stanford University. Students in the EPGY Summer Institutes live in supervised Stanford housing, and they are taught b...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 21, 2005
    Dickinson Summer Programs
    PA, Carlisle
    Phone: 717-254-8782
      Dickinson College
      FIVE-WEEK PROGRAM: Rising high-school juniors and seniors have the chance to experience college—academically and socially—through Dickinson College’s Pre-College Summer Programs. Students may earn college credit in a variety of courses and learn to balance hard work and play on a college campus. Classes are taught by Dickinson faculty and adjuncts. Students may choose from tracks in pre-law, pre-business, art, social science, communications or Spanish immersion, for which much of the time is spent at the University of Querétaro, Mexico. They also may select two courses from among workshops and courses that range from astronomy to theatre, computer science to political science. Student...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
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