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    Stick to Stick Field Hockey Camp
    OH, Granville
    Phone: 740-587-6584
      Denison University
      Stick-to-Stick Field Hockey Camp is available for all skill levels and campers ages 10 to 18. Each camp session will be limited to less than 100 campers to ensure individual attention and to promote an exceptional learning environment. Special goalkeeping instruction is available. Session 1 June 25-28 Beginner/Youth Camp Session 2 July 27-30 Advanced *early registration and team discounts available*
      Deadline : May 25, 2005
    Young Scholars Program University of Maryland
    MD, College Park
    Phone: 301-405-8588
      University of Maryland - College Park
      July 10-July 29, 2005, University of Maryland, College Park. An opportunity for rising high school juniors and seniors to explore academic and career interests while earning three University of Maryland credit. Students choose from fifteen courses that include architecture, astronomy, biology, classics, computer technology, entrepreneurship, engineering, Shakespeare, health, journalism, government and politics, kinesiology, mathematics, food science, and sociology. The Young Scholars Program allows rising high school juniors and seniors to test their academic interests, gain exposure to campus life and jump-start their college experience. Students choose from academic courses that are desig...[more]
      Deadline : May 20, 2005
    Miami University's Junior Scholars Program
    OH, Oxford
      Miami University - Oxford
      The Junior Scholars Program is a modestly priced six-week college credit summer program for academically talented rising seniors who want to learn about university life and earn college credit early. It is also a chance to explore an area of academic or career interest. Scholars chosen for the program attend summer classes along with regular Miami undergraduates, earning six to eight semester hours of college credit. They live in an air-conditioned Miami residence hall and, in addition to a rigorous schedule of classes, take part in a special program of recreation, seminars, and social events. Junior Scholars may choose courses from a list of over 40 offerings in the areas of fine arts, lan...[more]
      Deadline : May 15, 2005
    Boston University High School Honors Program
    MA, Boston
    Phone: 617-353-1378
      Boston University
      A six-week program for rising high school seniors (current high school juniors). Choose between General Honors (actual Boston University classes) and Research Internship in Science and Engineering (lab work with a faculty mentor). The Summer 2005 session runs July 4–August 12.
      Deadline : May 15, 2005
    Equinox at Case Western Reserve University
    OH, Cleveland
    Phone: 216-368-6735
      Case Western Reserve University
      A joint program of Case Western Reserve University and Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, provides advanced study for academically talented students in grades 10 – 12 to earn high school credit while gaining a college experience. Students may live in the dorms or commute to class throughout Equinox’s three-week (June 26-July 15, 2005) program.
      Deadline : May 15, 2005
    Young Writers Workshop
    MA, Great Barrington
    Phone: 413-528-7231
      Bard College Simon's Rock
      The Young Writers Workshop was established at Simon's Rock in 1983 and is a member of the National Writing and Thinking Network, the largest group of summer writing programs in the country. Each year 70-80 students are selected to participate. Unlike conventional workshops in creative or expository writing, Simon’s Rock’s focuses on using informal, playful expressive writing as a way to strengthen skills of language and thinking. The subjects range from stories and poems the group has read, to personal experience, natural phenomena, and works of art. Out of this informal writing, using techniques of peer response, students develop more polished pieces, from poems and stories to interpr...[more]
      Deadline : May 15, 2005
    High School Summer Scholars Program
    MO, Saint Louis
    Phone: (314) 935-6834
      Washington University in St Louis
      Get an early taste of college life this summer. Washington University’s High School Summer Scholars Program provides academically-talented rising seniors with a rare and special experience—five weeks of serious fun, a rewarding academic challenge, and the excitement of living and bonding with fellow students from around the country and the world. Participants get a head start on college courses (and learn the study skills required to do well), garner helpful hints on admissions and financial aid, and experience the independence of college life. In this small selective program, participants can earn up to seven units of college credit, choosing from stimulating introductory college ...[more]
      Deadline : May 10, 2005
    Operation Catapult
    IN, Terre Haute
    Phone: 1-800-248-7448
      Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
      Session 1: June 12 - July 1 Session 2: July 10 - July 29 For students that have completed the junior year of high school (rising seniors) that are interested in math, science or engineering. Cost: $1900 Apply online at
      Deadline : May 06, 2005
    Cornell University Summer College Programs for High School Students
    NY, Ithaca
    Phone: 607 255-6203
      Cornell University
      Cornell University’s award-winning Summer College program offers talented high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors the opportunity to study at Cornell University for one, three, four, or six weeks. Students can experience college life at Cornell, take real university courses, work closely with Cornell’s internationally recognized faculty, earn college credit, explore majors and career options, get a jump on successful college applications, make friends from around the world, and much, much more. Cornell is located in Ithaca, New York, a small city surrounded by beautiful nature preserves, cascading waterfalls, and scenic gorges. While here, you can focus on studies in areas includ...[more]
      Deadline : May 06, 2005
    CSMS Summer Institute
    TX, Sherman
    Phone: 903-813-2364
      Austin College
      CSMS Summer Institute for Talented High School Students offers a unique opportunity for talented high school students to attend Austin College as day commuters to campus. Up to a dozen students attend Austin College tuition-free, taking two catalog courses for full transcript credit in academic subjects touching on the interests of the Center. This program is open only to students from Collin, Grayson, Fannin, and Cooke Counties, Texas, who have completed their Junior Year and have amassed three full years of High School academic credit.
      Deadline : May 05, 2005
    Summer Counseling Institute
    PA, Hatfield
    Phone: 215-368-5000
      Biblical Theological Seminary
      One or two credit weekend courses GRADUATE LEVEL AND CEU'S ONLY
      Deadline : May 05, 2005
    Project ADVANCE
    Phone: 416-736-2100 x22543
      Glendon College
      Project ADVANCE is a 6 week summer program to prepare high school students with specific learning disabilities for the challenges of university. Often, familiar supports may not be available to the student (e.g., parents, teachers, and coaches), requiring increased motivation, organization, responsibiilty and assertiveness. The program offers a unique program of study to students with learning disabilties. Students learn about academic strategies, study and life skills, assistive technologies, and the availability of campus support.
      Deadline : May 03, 2005
    University of Delaware Summer College
    DE, Newark
    Phone: (302) 831-6560
      University of Delaware
      Academically advanced students earn 6 or 7 UD credits in a program that eases their transition from high school to college. Freshman-level courses, open only to Summer College participants and taught by UD faculty members, allow students to experience college with their peers. Class enrollment is limited, providing the excitement and challenge of college-level study with an excellent teacher-student ratio. Structured social activities include weekend day trips to nearby metropolitan areas such as NYC, Baltimore, and Washington, DC. Supervised dorm life helps students develop independence and time-management skills in a supportive environment. Air-conditioned residence halls and excellen...[more]
      Deadline : May 02, 2005
    Summer Writing Institute
    TN, Memphis
    Phone: 901-843-3794
      Rhodes College
      The Summer Writing Institute at Rhodes College takes place annually during the last two weeks of June and is an intensive residential academic program committed to developing the critical thinking and writing skills of ambitious high school students. Within the college's liberal arts environment, students sharpen their reading and analytical skills and learn strategies for writing creatively and critically through coursework in the humanities and social sciences. At the end of the session, students receive a grade for their work and class participation, earn two college credits, transferable to any college or university, and will have completed a portfolio of college-level writing.
      Deadline : May 01, 2005
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