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    Mini Courses
    NM, Socorro
      New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
      Mini Courses are one-week courses for one college credit for outstanding high school students interested in science, technology, engineering, business, and mathematics. For details, call 1-800-428-TECH.
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    HIGH SCHOOL ACCOUNTING, ECONOMICS, AND BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP
    KY, Louisville
    Phone: (502) 452-8240
      Bellarmine University
      Limited number of competitive academic based scholarships for classes to be taken during the summer session after high school graduation (before your freshman year in college), or may be taken summer session after your junior year. · Scholarship is for two courses -- six semester credits total -- approximately $2,500 scholarship. ACCT 101 - Financial Principles of Accounting plus one other 100 level course selected from Bellarmine University’s Summer Class Schedule. Registration is limited to seats available in classes after regular registration is completed. · Additional coursework may be taken at regular summer tuition. · ACCT 101 - Financial Principles of Accounting (3 cre...[more]
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    ACCESS: Advanced College Credit for Exceptional Secondary Students
    KY, Louisville
    Phone: (502) 452-8351
      Bellarmine University
      ACCESS is a dual-credit program -- a unique, three-way partnership in academic excellence involving Bellarmine University faculty, the best and brightest high school scholars, and exemplary secondary school teachers. Eligible advanced high school students earn college credit for their advanced courses taught by highly qualified high school teachers affiliated with academic departments of Bellarmine University. ACCESS courses are rigorous, corresponding to equivalent Bellarmine classes at the freshman and sophomore level. Eligible Students register for college credit through the Bellarmine ACCESS program. Who benefits? ACCESS has benefited thousands of students since its inception in ...[more]
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    Basketball Camp for Boys
    RI, Newport
    Phone: 401-341-2257
      Salve Regina University
      Basketball Camp for Boys Ages 8-17 July 12 - 16 Learn proper fundamentals with various New England high school and college coaches. Every camper receives an individual evaluation plus a shirt and camp water bottle. Cost: $200. Call 401-341-2257 for additional information
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    Strength & Conditioning Clinics
    RI, Newport
    Phone: 401-341-2606
      Salve Regina University
      Strength & Conditioning Clinics Ages 16-20 One Week Sessions: June 21-25 July 5-9 July 19-23 July 26-30 Basic weightlifting ability required. Participants will learn the skills necessary to increase performance in all athletic endeavors. Cost: $100. Call 401-341-2606 for additional information
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    Kids Explore! Summer Science Program
    NY, Vestal
    Phone: 607-777-4580
      State University of New York Binghamton
      High School Student Interns Needed!! The School of Education and Human Development is working to design and offer a one week summer science camp for children-Kids Explore! The program is designed as an enriching inquiry-based science experience for children in grades 1-7 and provides exposure to hands-on experiential learning. For example, the children will build robots, investigate pond animals, create websites, and otherwise take charge of their own learning. The knowledge children gain from hands-on activities and experiments is "grown organically" and stays with them. Students develop a higher level understanding of science concepts and the world around them by direct engagement. ...[more]
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    Pathways to Success
    PA, Latrobe
      Saint Vincent College
      Pathways to Success is a year-round academic enrichment program with a residential summer component consisting of four 1-week stays on the expansive, rural campus of Saint Vincent College. Middle and High School students receive instruction in math, language arts and the sciences. The students live in the dorms and participate in daily recreational field trips. The goal is to introduce college life to students as early as possible to encourage their desire to attend. Maybe even attend Saint Vincent!
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    Study Asia: Summer Institute for High School Students
    MI, Kalamazoo
    Phone: 269-337-7133
      Kalamazoo College
      *Study Asia: Summer Institute for High School Students**:* Each year, the Summer Institute provides students the opportunity for more in-depth study about a particular area or issue related to Asia, and a chance to personally visit the places and people they have studied in the classroom. The 2004 program will provide students with unique opportunities to visit China.* * Program information: This is a demanding course of learning. Students will study one aspect of Asia, to be determined by the course instructor each year. Topics may include the people, art, language, culture, history, religion, or literature of the region. Students will study about Asia ...[more]
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    MN, Saint Paul
    Phone: 651-962-5282
      University of St Thomas

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    Florida Tech: SUMMER CAMP
    FL, Melbourne
    Phone: (321) 674-8048
      Florida Institute of Technology
      Florida Tech offers two summer civil engineering and construction management programs this summer for middle and high school students on the Melbourne campus. One is for 7th to 9th grade students; the other is for 10th to 12th grade students. Both camps are five days long and were developed by Florida Tech's Department of Civil Engineering and the Construction Industry Advisory Board.
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    University New Orleans Honors Program
    LA, New Orleans
    Phone: (504) 280-7008
      University of New Orleans
      Gifted high school students who wish to enroll at UNO may apply for one of three special Honors programs, allowing them to enroll for summer classes, to enroll concurrently at UNO during the fall and spring semesters, or to enroll full-time. Students should have an ACT composite of 25 or better (28 for full-time enrollment), a high school grade point average of at least 3.0, and a recommendation from their principal or guidance counselor. Generally, these students may receive a Gifted and Talented Scholarship, which covers the cost of tuition for one three-credit course. For further information about the Honors program, contact: Honors Program 301 Earl K. Long Library University of N...[more]
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    Uof L School of Medicine Summer Program
    KY, Louisville
    Phone: 502-852-6152
      University of Louisville
      The University of Louisville School of Medicine has an MCAT/DAT Review Workshop for premedical and predental students for 5-6 weeks in the summer.
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    Kaleidoscope, summer program in the arts
    SC, Rock Hill
    Phone: 803-323-4629
      Winthrop University Business School
      "Serious Art for Serious Students" is the motto. Kaleidoscope is a two-week residential, co-educational program in the arts. Classes are offered in creative writing, dance, music, theatre, and visual arts. 100 students are selected to participate in this program. Evening performances/programs each night by outside groups and, later, by the students themselves. Outstanding faculty of teachers and professionals and small classes offer students the opportunity to explore and develop artistically. Students experience a strong sense of "family" over the two-week period and many return year after year. The tuition covers all costs associated with the program.
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    Summer in the City
    PA, Pittsburgh
    Phone: 412-392-3835
      Point Park University
      Point Park University Summer in the City is located in downtown Pittsburgh and has an array of one or two week programs for middle and high school students, such as Palm and Presentation (handheld computers); Math + the Arts (learn to love math through art); Criminal Justice; Engineering & Technology; Rockette-style dance, and much more. Visit www.ppc.edu/summer or call 412-392-3835.
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    Kids Kollege
    AR, Searcy
      Harding University
      Examples of courses are Advanced Magic, Baby-Sitting 101, Be An Author, Chess from Square One, Celebrate Spanish, Cooking for Beginning Chefs, Kids Chemistry, On Stage, You Be the Jury, Sea World, and Piano Preview or Progression.
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