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    University of California, Riverside Summer Academy for Advanced High School Students - Session I
    CA, Riverside
      University of California - Riverside
      High school students can earn lower division course credit toward their undergraduate college degree by attending a distinguished University of California campus. Classes can be taken during either or both Summer Sessions. High school students attend classes on campus alongside other UC students and learn about instructor expectations, campus resources, and "what it takes" to succeed at the university level.
      Deadline : Jun 21, 2004
    Salem College SAT PREP CLASSES
    NC, Winston Salem
      Salem College
      SAT Preparation at Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC Verbal Math June 21-25 July 12-16 9:00-11:00am 2:00-5:00pm Cost: Verbal or Math separately-$120/ Both Verbal and Math-$210.00 Phone for info: 336/721-2855
      Deadline : Jun 21, 2004
    Boys Basketball Camps
    FL, Melbourne
      Florida Institute of Technology Engineering School
      Session I 5/31-6/4 Session II 6/14-6/18 Session III 6/21-6/25
      Deadline : Jun 21, 2004
    Summer Art Portfolio
    NY, New Rochelle
    Phone: (914) 654-5504
      College of New Rochelle
      NEW ROCHELLE, NY, May 17, 2004 -– The Art Department in the School of Arts & Sciences (SAS) at The College of New Rochelle (CNR) will again offer an intense two week summer art workshop for high school students (sophomores, juniors, seniors and recent graduates). Designed for those who want to develop a strong college admissions portfolio, the workshop will teach students how to improve their studio art skills in drawing, painting and sculpture; address issues related to studying art and design in college; and prepare for a career in visual arts. The course contains college level work and challenging homework assignments.
      Deadline : Jun 21, 2004
    Boys Soccer Camp
    FL, Melbourne
      Florida Institute of Technology Engineering School
      Session I June 14-17, 2004, All Skills Levels Session II June 20-23, 2004, Intermediate to Advanced Levels
      Deadline : Jun 20, 2004
    OSU K-12 Online
    OR, Corvallis
    Phone: 541-737-9732
      Oregon State University
      OSU K-12 Online is a program offering online courses for high school credit, in 9 week and 18 week formats. Subjects range from Algebra to Web Design, and are taught by instructors experienced in online instruction, as well as their particular subject area.
      Deadline : Jun 20, 2004
    College Credit for High School Students
    OR, Corvallis
    Phone: 541-737-9732
      Oregon State University
      OSU College Credit Courses for High School Students is a selection of university-level courses for high achieving high school students who are seeking to get a jump on their collegiate career, complete their high school schedule with a college course, or simply to check out a course of interest.
      Deadline : Jun 20, 2004
    MA, Boston
    Phone: (617) 573-8785
      Suffolk University
      2-Dimensional Design This class will introduce you to a series of projects intended to illustrate the fundamentals of design. The importance of line, shape, positive negative interaction, texture and collage will be explored. Media from pencil and cut paper to magazine collage will be used. An overview of the importance of design in the fine arts and in the world of commercial graphic design will be discussed using slides and primary sources. The goal of the course is to give you a solid understanding of the basics of design through projects that can also be used in your portfolio. Drawing This class will use still life, outdoor drawing, museum study and portraiture to explore a full ...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 19, 2004
    Children's Theater Ensemble
    PA, Aston
      Neumann University
      This children's theater workshop is open to approximately twenty high school students. The class encourages cooperative learning while concentrating on storytelling and performing. The culminating activity is a children's participatory musical production of "Cinderella." Production dates are July 29,30,31,2004. Classes are held on the Neumann College campus. No audition is required to join the workshop. It runs from July 6-July 31, 2004 from 1:00 to 3:30 PM. The cost is $125.00 which includes instruction, costumes, etc.
      Deadline : Jun 18, 2004
    National University Virtual High School
    CA, La Jolla
      National University
      National University Virtual High School (NUVHS), the newest affiliate of the National University System, will enroll its first students in summer school courses in June 2004. A full range of course offerings will be available in September. Developed to meet and exceed the needs of high school students who choose to learn online, NUVHS offers a variety of courses in math, English, fine arts, practical arts, science, social science and technology in an engaging, interactive learning environment. Student-Centered Features - 24/7 access to courses - eight-week format with curricula tailored to different learning styles - teachers who are skilled in providing high quality online ...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 18, 2004
    Summer Camp in Applied Science, Computers, Engineering and Technology
    NY, Farmingdale
      Farmingdale State College
      Applied Science, Computers, Engineering and Technology (ASCET) Camp is a summer program for students in grades 7-12. A series of commuting, day camps will be held for six weeks, starting July 12, 2004 at the campus of the Farmingdale State University of New York on Route 110 in Farmingdale, NY. ASCET camps will mix learning with fun and adventure. The camps will provide the students with an innovative curriculum, hands-on experience, group activities, peer competition and extra-curricular activities. The primary objective of the camps is to introduce the students to promising careers in science, engineering and technology.
      Deadline : Jun 15, 2004
    Student Technology Workshop
    IN, Muncie
    Phone: 765-285-7027
      Ball State University
      The Indiana Academy will be offering a Student Technology Workshop on Tuesday, July 6 through Friday, July 9th for any student entering grades 9 through 12 in the fall. The workshop will offer hands-on learning opportunities in computer programming, web design, or multimedia training. Tuition for the camp is $250 for commuters and $350 for residential participants. This covers room and board on all four days from lunch Tuesday through breakfast Friday. Student Life Counselors will be closely supervising student participants. The registration deadline is Monday, June 14th. Space is limited, and registrations are processed on a first come first serve basis. You can register on-line...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 14, 2004
    Juniors in June @ Schreiner University
    TX, Kerrville
      Schreiner University
      High School Juniors are invited to Schreiner University campus on Monday June 14, 2004 to discover what college life is all about. Take a course in English, Art, or Technical Communication, and engage in a fun day of activities with us!
      Deadline : Jun 13, 2004
    American Sign Language Immersion Camp
    MD, Westminster
      McDaniel College
      This one week day camp is for those who are interested in enhancing their ASL skills. The camp is all in ASL. We accept campers who have completed ASL 1 or Basic sign language. Camp will be held at McDaniel college from 8:30am till 4:30 daily. The camp runs from June 21 till June 25. Fees are $70 includes lunch and materials.
      Deadline : Jun 11, 2004
    Rochester Institute of Technology/GEAR UP Summer College Experience
    NY, Rochester
      Rochester Institute of Technology
      Summer College Experience is a 2 week residential camp wher high school juniors will travel to various colleges throughout NY state. The camp will help to prepare students for the college admissions process. Workshops on financial aid, college admissions essay writing, college choice, college readiness skills, career exploration, and successful college touring will be offered. This camp is open to students who are part of the NY State GEAR UP Program.
      Deadline : Jun 11, 2004
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