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    Summer Art Experience
    CA, San Francisco
    Phone: 1-800-544-2787
      Academy of Art University
      The Summer Art Experience provides an intensive art experience for high schools students during the summer break. High school students entering the twelfth, eleventh, and tenth grade the following fall are eligible. All applicants will receive a full-tuition scholarship for the courses, although availability is limited. Students are required to take two classes (four if staying in Academy housing). Each class meets twice a week for two hours and fifty minutes per session. Campus activities are offered during the week and weekend for students staying in Academy housing. A selection of more than thirty classes is offered in the program with at least one class offered in each of our twelve majo...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 17, 2006
    MediaWorld 2006
    IL, Chicago
    Phone: 312-567-8855
      Illinois Institute of Technology
      MediaWorld 2006 is an advanced multimedia summer camp that will run from July 5th thru August 11th. The camp is held on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology, in Chicago. Students will attain valuable skills in advanced multimedia technology during the completion of short film projects. Students will learn Audio & Video Production, Digital Photography, and Web Development.
      Deadline : Jun 16, 2006
    NHSPA Summer Journalism Workshop
    NE, Lincoln
    Phone: 402-461-7550
      University of Nebraska - Lincoln
      A four day workshop that allows high school students to design school yearbooks and newspapers, work on journalistic writing and photography skills, and leadership. Held at UNL July 24-27, 2006. Fee of $275 pays room, board and most expenses. Scholarships available.
      Deadline : Jun 14, 2006
    Harvard Summer Secondary School Program
    MA, Cambridge
    Phone: 617-495-3192
      Harvard University
      Harvard Summer School Secondary School Program General Session: June 24-August 18, 2006 Short Session i: June 24-July 21 Short Session II: July 23-August 18 Every year approximately 1,000 high school students who have completed their senior, junior, or sophomore year spend eight summer weeks at Harvard University.  They find the Secondary School Program (SSP) an exciting and rewarding Ivy League experience.  At Harvard, college-bound students prepare for the college-admissions process and for college itself.  Living and learning with students from all areas of the United States and more than 90 countries around the world, SSP students take courses along wi...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 12, 2006
    Camp GEMS
    OH, Ada
    Phone: 419-772-2421
      Ohio Northern University
      Camp GEMS (Girls in Engineering, Math and Science) is a summer camp for girls entering the 7th or 8th grade interested in learning about how fun math and science can be and to learn about careers in technical fields. Co-sponsored by Lima AAUW. Dates are July 25-28, 2006
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2006
    Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS)
    MA, Boston
    Phone: 617-353-2563
      Boston University
      PROMYS offers a lively mathematical environment in which ambitious high school students explore the creative world of mathematics. Through their intensive efforts to solve a large assortment of unusually challenging problems in Number Theory, the participants practice the art of mathematical discovery -- numerical exploration, formulation and critique of conjectures, and techniques of proof and generalization. More experienced participants may also study algebra, geometry and symmetry, or combinatorics. Problem sets are accompanied by daily lectures given by research mathematicians. In addition, a highly competent staff of 18 college-aged counselors live in the dormitories and are alwa...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2006
    Summer intensive English program
    TN, Maryville
    Phone: 865-981-8183
      Maryville College
      Two programs: one is intensive English and activities for ages 16 up (dormitory residence) and one is semi-intensive English, ages 12 and up (housing not available). The intensive English program has 25 hours of classtime per week plus various after school and weekend trips and activities.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2006
    Upward Bound at UW-La Crosse
    WI, La Crosse
    Phone: 608 785-8539
      University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
      A summer college prep program for eligible high school students. Eligibility determined by family education status and family income. Part of a four-year, year-round program of college prep services offered free through this U.S. Department of Education program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2006
    Alaska Pacific University - Summer Visits
    AK, Anchorage
    Phone: 800 252 7528
      Alaska Pacific University
      You choose from four different visits: Cadillac Camping - Tour the state of Alaska from the comfort of the road system. By the end of this trip you'll have seen more of Alaska than most Alaskans have. (6/20-6/30) Pirates of Prince William Sound - This expedition style sea kayaking voyage will have you paddline in PWS for nearly the entire trip. (6/20-6/30) Fish On! - This fishing trip will try to get you hooked up with trout, char, halibut, king salmon, red salmon, rockfish, and others. This trip is limited to 5 participants so sign up early. (7/18-7/28) Salty Dogs of Seward - This is a great introductory trip in sea kayaking and hiking. You'll paddle in Resurrection Bay an...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2006
    OPTIONS for High School Girls
    IN, Evansville
    Phone: 812-488-2651
      University of Evansville
      This is a six night, seven day residential experience for high school aged girls who have had geometry. It introduces them to the vast career opportunities available in the fields of engineering and computer science through fun classes taught by college professors and activities including shadowing professional women in the fields. There are team and confidence building activities and lots of fun in between.
      Deadline : May 26, 2006
    US Performing Arts Theater Camp
    TX, Austin
    Phone: 512-232-5301
      University of Texas - Austin Law School
      June 25-July 1, 2006 Theater - Grades 9-12 The University of Texas at Austin, the flagship state university in Texas, is proud to host the 2006 Performing Arts Theater Camp, an exciting program for young actors who want to study, work and learn in a professional theatre environment. Classes in acting, movement, voice and related topics will be taught by faculty from the Department of Theatre and Dance and the Department of Radio, Television and Film, an internationally-recognized collective of professional performers and scholars. Austin, now on the creative cutting edge in all the performing arts, is an ideal setting for summer study; the work of UT graduates in acting, design, dance an...[more]
      Deadline : May 02, 2006
    US Performing Arts Acting for the Camera Camp
    TX, Austin
    Phone: 512-232-5301
      University of Texas - Austin Law School
      June 18-23, 2006 Theater - High school students ages 15-18 only. The University of Texas at Austin, the flagship state university in Texas, is proud to inaugurate its 2006 Acting for the Camera Camp. Acting for the Camera offers specialized training with working professionals in film and television. Study techniques for learning how to capitalize on your special strengths as an actor, and build skills in movement, voice and script development. Small, personalized sessions will be captured on video and analyzed by faculty and peers. For those interested in commercial work as well as a future on the big screen, this camp offers essential how-to information and experiences. Austin, now on ...[more]
      Deadline : May 01, 2006
    Emerging Scholars Program
    TX, San Antonio
    Phone: 210-434-6711
      Our Lady of the Lake University
      The Emerging Scholars Program is a 6-week program that educates recent graduates from high school who need additional help in math, English, writing, study skills, time management, reading, and critical thinking. Program is by admission only and is only open to students who are interested in continuing on for a bachelor's degree at Our Lady of the Lake University.
      Deadline : May 01, 2006
    US Performing Arts Improvisational Theater Camp
    TX, Austin
    Phone: 512-232-5301
      University of Texas - Austin Law School
      June 18-23, 2006 Theater - High school students grades 9-12. The University of Texas at Austin, the flagship state university in Texas, is proud to inaugurate its 2006 Improvisational Theater Camp. Be a part of something bigger than yourself. For the young actor who longs to be a member of an improvisational troupe…this is for you! A one week Improvisational Theater intensive. During the week you will be given the structure to use your body, voice and imagination to create long form improvisational pieces. You and your fellow actors will create an ensemble that will culminate in a performance on the final day. You will learn “trust and support” and work on various exercises using you...[more]
      Deadline : May 01, 2006
    OR, Portland
    Phone: 503.251.6406
      Multnomah University
      This summer’s Credo X will be a slightly condensed version of the classic Credo. We’ll have the same intense teaching, community, and adventure as always, but now packed into 10 days. 3 Days Theological Teaching 3 Days Adventure Learning 2 Days Theological Teaching 1 Day Teaching Ministry Five college professors of theology will each teach for a day on issues of the Apostle’s Creed, Interpreting Scripture, Doctrine of the Church, Apologetics, and Christian Ethics. All of this will be within the context of living in Christian community in beach houses at the Oregon Coast with other like-minded young men and women. In the middle of the experience we will spend a few days...[more]
      Deadline : May 01, 2006
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