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    SC Summer Academy
    KS, Winfield
    Phone: (620) 229-6141
      Southwestern College
      "Test Drive College" for high school students who have completed the ninth grade but not graduated from high school. Link to ( to find out more about the Athletic Training Camp:June 6-9, Horsefeathers & Applesauce Theatre Workshop: June 7-12, and Rotary Leadership Camp: June 13-18. Deadline is May 28, 2004
      Deadline : May 28, 2004
    Lee University Summer Honors
    TN, Cleveland
    Phone: 423-614-8310
      Lee University
      For nearly twenty years Lee University has sponsored a one-of-a-kind college experience for academically talented high school juniors and seniors. The two-week program is a bona fide college encounter that prepares students to face the challenges of college life, both academic and social. Students get a head start on their college career by earning six hours academic credit. While not in class, students will experience a well-planned social life designed to introduce them to wide variety of activities they can expect to find when they arrive at Lee as a freshman. For the 100 persons selected to participate, Summer Honors is two weeks of WOW!
      Deadline : May 20, 2004
    Summer at MU!
    VA, Arlington
    Phone: 703.284.1500
      Marymount University
      Summer is a terrific opportunity to get a head start on college or test your academic interests. Marymount offers several courses this summer that are ideally suited to rising high seniors or early start freshmen. All of the recommended courses are offered on our Main Campus in Arlington or our Ballston Campus, unless otherwise noted. All will be held during Marymount's second Summer Session, between June 21 and July 31.
      Deadline : May 20, 2004
    Early Scholars
    LA, New Orleans
    Phone: 504-865-3240
      Loyola University - New Orleans
      Program designed for metro New Orleans high school students. Enables high school students from the sophomore year and up to enroll in college level courses.
      Deadline : May 15, 2004
    Exploring Careers in the Music Industry
    PA, Philadelphia
      Drexel University
      A one-week non-residency program that offers high school students an introduction to careers in music business and recording technology.
      Deadline : May 14, 2004
    Exploring Careers in Art & Design
    PA, Philadelphia
      Drexel University
      A two-week residency program that offers students the opportunity to explore careers in fashion design, interior design or design & merchandising (fashion merchandising).
      Deadline : May 14, 2004
    RI, Providence
    Phone: 401.863.7900
      Brown University
      Brown University has a two hundred and fifty-year history of challenging students to think critically, expand their horizons, and find the academic path that leads people to become leaders, scholars, and explorers. Brown's Pre-College summer program is specially designed to expand that tradition to exceptional high school students who desire to challenge themselves both intellectually and emotionally. Our summer classes for high school students and our approach to learning are unique. We have designed our summer program to allow high school students to grow as people and as learners while exploring academic and career paths that may not currently be available to them. Go inside an oper...[more]
      Deadline : May 14, 2004
    Scott Summer Academy
    GA, Decatur
      Agnes Scott College
      Residential Programs for Rising 9th through 12th Graders The Scott Summer Academy residential program at Agnes Scott College combines a stimulating, exciting academic experience with a dynamic social environment. We are dedicated to providing girls with a well-structured curriculum and a taste of college life. Students live together in the residence halls, share meals in the dining hall and take advantage of the incredible facilities. Scott Summer Academy is open to any female student entering grades 9-12 in 2004. Each session lasts one week (Sunday to Friday) and is residential only. Students choose one of three tracks, and everyone benefits from individual attention and total academ...[more]
      Deadline : May 12, 2004
    Oakland University Summer Mathematics Institute
    MI, Rochester Hills
      Oakland University
      The Summer Mathematics Institute is a free opportunity for bright and gifted pre-college students to interact with university faculty and each other, to take some challenging math classes that earn college credit, and have fun in an academic atmosphere. June 21 - July 30, 2004
      Deadline : May 11, 2004
    Educational Outreach Program Summer Internship
    MA, Boston
      Forsyth Institute
      The purpose of The Forsyth Institute's Educational Outreach Program is to introduce Forsyth and its scientific mission to the Boston public high school community; to introduce underrepresented young people to edcuaitonal and career opportunities available in oral and basic science research through research conducted at Forsyth; to expose Boston's inner city high school students to a scientific laboratory and provide them with a hands-on research experience; and, to provide an extended research experience at Forsyth for a group of Boston youth each summer. Requirements: - Boston public high school student (9th, 10th, 11th grade) - interest in science - solid B average or above - letter o...[more]
      Deadline : May 07, 2004
    Juilliard Summer Percussion Seminar 2004
    NY, New York
      Juilliard School
      The Summer Percussion Seminar was designed specifically for the intermediate and advanced high school percussionist (applicants must be between the ages of 15 and 18). It offers an intensive week of hands-on study of all the major percussion instruments as well as introductions to framedrums, composition, and percussion ensemble literature. For the 2004 seminar, which runs from July 25-August 2, instructors are Juilliard School faculty members Daniel Druckman, percussionist with the New York Philharmonic; Gordon Gottlieb, world percussionist; Roland Kohloff, principal timpanist of the New York Philharmonic; and Gregory Zuber, principal percussionist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.
      Deadline : May 05, 2004
    Summer Start
    PA, Kutztown
    Phone: 610-683-1369
      Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
      University selected students will be invited once they apply. Objective increaase students academic success.
      Deadline : May 03, 2004
    Summer Programs
    NY, Brooklyn
    Phone: 718 636-3666
      Pratt Institute
      Pratt offers summer programs for visiting students as well as its own students. We also offer a pre-college program for high school students.
      Deadline : May 01, 2004
    High School Leadership Academy
    VA, Bridgewater
      Bridgewater College
      Participants will be involved in an intensive six-day program designed to help rising high school juniors and seniors become effective leaders. Workshops and activities focused on team building, communication skills, ethical empowerment, and creative problem solving will assist them in developing leadership skills. Indoor and outdoor recreational activities are designed to develop traits necessary for ethical leadership in the 21st century.
      Deadline : Apr 23, 2004
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