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Listings will be updated as they are received. The program is supported by the State Department of Children and Families DCF in addition to a tuition fee program utilizing a significant private funding base. The Wilderness School offers high impact wilderness programs intended to foster positive youth development. We have assembled a highly skilled staff of educators and coaches to lead our campers in a dynamic array of sports, academics, and arts programs. Our focus on health and wellness will ensure that each child has a fun day filled with both physical and mental activity, underscoring the notion that a healthy mind, body and soul are key components of a happy and healthy life.
Regardless of the program, all Camp KO participants will experience a fun and stimulating day of mental and physical activity, combining periods of intense focus along with time to relax and rejuvenate, which includes stretching and conditioning sessions. The daily schedule reinforces the Camp KO philosophy of the importance of nurturing the whole person -- mind, body, and spirit.
For more information, please visit our website at www. Clatter Valley Day Camp: CVDC mixes a traditional Girl Scout camp experience with special themed activities to create a truly unique week-long experience: On a beautiful setting of 57 acres, Camp Katoya, a day camp in Milford, CT, provides the ideal opportunity for exploration and education.
Girls discover their individuality and creativity through traditional camp activities and fun themes for each week. Girls can try out the traditional camping experience, including outdoor cooking, environmental education, fire building, and more: Sprawling fields and rustic buildings combined with an intricate trail network set the scene for an amazing camp experience at Camp Laurel, a resident and day camp in Lebanon, CT.
Girls will explore their surroundings at Laurel while hiking, swimming, boating, and challenging themselves to try new activities. Rich with tradition, every girl will treasure the friendships forged and memories made at camp: At Camp Merrie-Wood, a day camp in Manchester, CT, girls get to explore the mighty seven acres with their individuality and creativity through traditional camp activities and fun themes for each week.
Girls in grades 4 and up get an opportunity to try archery and a one-night overnight on selected Wednesdays, which takes place in unit shelters or under the stars: At Timber Trails, a residential camp in Tolland, MA, girls are encouraged to explore their environment, build relationships, and to develop the leadership qualities allowing the potential for personal growth.
Timber Trails is tucked away in the beautiful hills of the Berkshire Mountains just over the Connecticut border on nearly acres of land, with a picturesque lake serving as our waterfront for boating and swimming. This hidden gem allows girls to try new activities as their skills progress, from boating and swimming, to our ropes course and outdoor living skills. Campers build a deeper connection to the natural world through fun, experiential activities while exploring our acre Main Sanctuary, which includes a beautiful teaching pond, the Byram River, Mead Lake, forests, and meadows.
Audubon Center in Greenwich, Riversville Rd. Our unique approach blends the development of a deep understanding of the big picture of Calculus with the strengthening of important foundational skills.
Beyond content, students will learn powerful problem solving techniques and study skills to be successful in their AP Calculus course, on the AP exam, and beyond. By the end of the week, students will have all the skills and resources necessary to thrive in AP Calculus.
Calculus Prep Camp is intended for students registered for Calculus AB or equivalent course for the academic year. The camp offers a range of activities designed to appeal to young children, ages years old. Schooner Camp offers both a land based Shore Program and a Sailing Program in which campers engage in science based learning through adventure, exploration, crafts, songs, and games.
For more information and to register check out our website: All camps are for grades 5th and up. Discounts available for multiple weeks and siblings. Camps run Monday through Friday. Drop-off is between 8: Pick-up is at 3: Weekly and daily lunch plans available. Indian Rock Summer Camp - We have programs from children entering Kindergarten to 12th grade, including a Counselor in Training CIT program for older campers seeking volunteer work experience.
We offer a wide variety of programs to promote the appreciation of nature and environmental science, as well as archery, canoeing, kayaking, recreational tree climbing, photography, film-making, and much more. Please refer to our website at www. Sibling discount and scholarships also available, please see brochure on website for more information. On various weeks, we will also be running outdoor baseball only summer camps at Scalzi Park and the Jewish Community Center both located in Stamford, CT.
Stamford Outdoor Summer Camps. Ages 12U at Scalzi 3. O Box Stamford, CT South, Stamford, CT These presentations offer parents an opportunity to meet with representatives from local and statewide camps, share information with other parents and discuss funding resources.
If you are a parent or guardian of a child with special needs who attended one of our previous events and have some feedback; you have information about Summer Camps or Recreational Activities or you would like to share your or your child's experiences please contact your Regional Coordinator http: Connecticut Hospitals - From the American Hospital Directory, with links to hospital web sites and job opportunities.
Summer Jobs for Teens Tips Video. Best of the Web - Employment. Connecticut Summer Jobs - Links to summer employment opportunities in Connecticut. The Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program pre-application process begins February 9, at 2pm and will close April 30, How to help your teen get a summer job. Hire Teen - Jobs for all teens. It is not too early to begin planning for Summer United Way of Connecticut and the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood also provide an online search for child care including summer camps at http: Selected Youth Camps - The following camps have submitted information to be posted on this website.
Audubon Center at Bent of the River. Avon Old Farms Summer Programs. Channel 3 Kids Camp. Department of Children and Families Wilderness School. Ethel Walker Summer Camp. Girl Scouts of Connecticut. National Computer Camp at Fairfield University. Joe Namath Football Camp. Mystic Seaport Camps and Programs. The New Children's Museum. Woodcock Nature Center Summer Camps. Yale Peabody Museum Summer Camps.
The University of Hartford offers four exciting summer camp programs for children from pre-school through twelfth grade. Each program is unique, yet all share a common commitment to excellence in curriculum, staff, and facilities. All programs are based on the premise that learning and fun go hand in hand! Summer Place - First through ninth graders. Offered in three two-week sessions.
Your child will have the unique opportunity to hang out with dinosaur fossils, explore ancient cultures, study rocks and minerals, and investigate wildlife through the museum's hands-on, interactive, sciencefocused camps. These five-day camps offer a glimpse behind-the-scenes of the Peabody and into rarely visited spaces, while providing fun, safe, engaging summer activities.
To register for Summer Camp, visit http: Some weeks even have a Friday night campout option for campers and their parents to set up tents, roast some marshmallows, and enjoy all the wonders a star-filled Woodcock night has to offer! PreK and older groups only. The ratio of staff to campers is 1 to 6 or better and the maximum number of campers per group is Our exceptional location, all-star staff, expanded fleet of small boats create the ultimate summer experience for your child.
Choose from our camp options: This camp is open to girls entering grades Summer Riding Experience is staffed by the same team that runs the School's equestrian program. All are second and third generation horsewomen who are seasoned competitors and trainers. SRE campers of all ability levels are coached by the Walker's team to become more complete equestrians, whether they are getting on a horse for the first time or are already accomplished riders.
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There is also a six-week curriculum in Introduction to Architecture for which students may receive six college credits. Cornell also makes available programs for speakers of other languages. The English Immersion Program gives ESL students an opportunity to hone their English skills over the course of six weeks in the summer. Participants in these programs can catch a glimpse of what college life is like, investigate a possible major, and earn college credit.
In Tufts Summer Writing Program, students use texts and film to learn to navigate the relationship between writer and reader, and develop critical literary skills. Similarly, the program Health Science Honors concentrates on the philosophy and practice of medicine. The program for Bioinformatics Inquiry through Sequencing allows students to complete molecular biology and genetic laboratory techniques, work with a next-generation DNA sequencer, and use advanced computer technology.
Tufts also gives high school seniors the opportunity to become a member of the Tufts undergraduate community for six weeks during the summer. Students can register for college courses and take them right along with Tufts undergraduates. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology does not offer a traditional open-enrollment summer school program where any high school student can come to campus to take courses and live in the dorms.
There are, however, four selective summer programs for students to consider if they want the MIT experience at the famous Cambridge, MA campus. Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science is an intensive six-week residential academic enrichment program for about 80 promising high school juniors who intend to pursue careers in science, engineering, and entrepreneurship.
The program is free of charge to participating students. MIT Launch is a four-week intensive program that teaches high school students entrepreneurial skills and mindset through starting real companies. Johns Hopkins, a widely acclaimed university in Baltimore, MD, opens its campus to high school students in the summer through two general programs.
The Summer University program welcomes qualified pre-college students to take courses alongside visiting undergraduates. Students may choose from among a variety of science courses and they can earn one or two credits upon completion. Students wanting a residential experience can take a course over one five-week period or choose one or more courses from among three two-week mini-terms. Commuter students have similar options available.
The Discover Hopkins program runs during the same times as the two-week mini-terms of the Summer University program. Discover Hopkins are intensive programs designed to expose high school students to topics from different perspectives.
The curriculum is comprised of classes, guest speakers, and guided field trips. Students can register for one course per session and they may enroll in up to three sessions. Johns Hopkins also offers two specialized summer programs. ESL programs help students refine their English skills and improve test scores. The Engineering Innovation program engages students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Georgetown University located in a historic neighborhood in Washington, DC gives high school students the opportunity to experience life as a Hoya through two summer offerings. The Pre-College Program gives high school students a taste of college life without the pressure of grades. These non-credit experiences equip students with the told and skills for college success and span from accelerated, one-week institutes to three-week programs. There are over a dozen one-week institutes including subjects like American Politics and Sports Industry Management.
The three-week programs are fewer but more immersive. If students are interested in earning actual college credits, Georgetown offers two five-week sessions during the summer in which high school students may enroll in courses alongside undergraduates.
Students in the Fundamentals and Summer College program may enroll in one course per session for total of six college credits. Highly motivated high school students who are seeking a rigorous academic experience are able to take two courses per session, earning twelve college credits over the course of ten weeks.
Students who complete two courses in a session will receive a Summer Honors Intensive Certificate upon completing their studies. Syracuse University invites high school students to its campus in central New York for a broad range of 2-, 3-, 4-, and 6-week programs.
These programs represent the various colleges and schools at the university and they give students a glimpse of college life at the renowned private research university.
The two-week programs are offered in three sessions over the course of the summer. Most programs are non-credit and students are encouraged to enroll for more than one session. Courses range from photography to sports management to criminal justice and much more. In partnership with World Learning and the U. College preparatory programming is integrated into both the English language instruction and multiple workshops.
Students also visit campuses of a variety of higher education institutions. All of the six-week courses are college-level courses for which students can earn college credits. A variety of courses are offered in several areas of study. Some of the courses are exclusive to Summer College students, while others are open to both Summer College students and Syracuse undergraduates.
Summer Experiences at Washington University offer a variety of programs for academically advanced High School students. Louis, MO during the summer months. This three-week program includes English training, college preparation, and social and cultural experiences.
Students who want to earn college credits should consider the Summer Scholars program. In this selective five-week program, students live on campus, enroll in courses, and study alongside college students. There are a vast number of introductory undergraduate programs in which students can enroll. Traditional classes and labs are combined with organized field trips, guest lectures, and other activities. Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN provide summer programs that allow exceptional high school students the opportunity to experience being a Commodore.
For upper-level high school students, the residential program is three weeks long and includes accelerated courses with Vanderbilt professors, lecturers, and graduate students.
This program is an intense scientific research internship, centering on full immersion in a research lab at Vanderbilt University or Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Participants in the internship work on an independent research project under the guidance of a research faculty member and attend group breakout sessions. The program is not residential but out-of-town students are encouraged to enroll if they have suitable supervised housing arrangements.
Talented high school students can expand their repertoire, improve technique and performance skills, and enjoy the experience of making and performing music in a supportive and collegial environment in these one to two week programs. The curriculum includes working with resident and guest faculty, daily master classes, individual and group coaching sessions, audition and performance techniques, and much else.
At the end of their sessions, students can take part in a recital, a group performance, or other program. Depending on the program, students may be eligible for college credit.
Though students work hard in these intensive programs, there is time to explore college life in the wider Oberlin community. Each summer Davidson College hosts an exceptional academic experience for high school students who want to enrich their college application process and prepare themselves for the college experience. The courses do not carry secondary school or college credit, but they do expose students to full-time Davidson faculty, life in residence halls with students from across the country and around the world, and sessions about the college admission process.
Participants in the July Experience also choose from a wide variety of recreational and social activities on campus. There are many on-campus events including a talent show, JE Olympics, and movie nights. At the University of California Los Angeles advanced high school students who wish to gain academically challenging college-level experience have an array of options in the Precollege Summer Institutes. But there are also several other areas of study for students to explore including Mock Trial, Applications of Nanoscience, Architecture, and Model United Nations.
The institutes are offered in one to three week sessions, many of which provide more than one session throughout the summer. For over years women have been coming to Barnard College in New York City to receive a world-class education. In the summers Barnard College offers high school women a taste of the college experience they have been offering since they were the first college in the city where women could receive the same liberal arts education as men.
With six distinct programs to choose from, students have the unique opportunity to explore an area of interest on a deeper level through both in-class discussions and city exploration. The Summer in the City program is a pre-college program offering nearly twenty courses, from which students may select two.
The Spartan Youth Programs at Michigan State University in East Lansing have a wide range of exciting opportunities for youth to improve their knowledge and skills in specific subject areas. The programs serve all ages from pre-kindergarten to high school. With over forty residential academic and arts programs for high schoolers alone, a summer at Michigan State is a possibility for almost everyone. In many ways what sets Michigan State apart are its extraordinary programs.
For example, the 3D Animation Camp is an intensive one-week program that teaches students the basics of creating computer-generated imagery. It is offered in two different sessions. All of the residential programs provide students with an enriching college trial run. Activities and programs are scheduled for evenings so that students get not only an academic immersion but a social experience as well. At the end of this intense one-week program participants put on an abridged version of a Shakespeare comedy.
The Boston College Experience is a collection of programs that run between two and six weeks, offering high school students a chance to experience college life and enrich their academic talents. BCE Honors gives high school students a summer to be college students. They may enroll in classes with undergraduate students. Likewise, the Writers in the Making program focuses on the work and craft of writing. Students may earn up to six college credits in each of these programs.
For an equally enriching experience without the pressure of grades and earning credits, Boston College offers the Summer Challenge program. High schoolers can learn a new subject and experience the life of a college student. In this program, students get the chance to learn valuable journalism skills and strengthen writing, research, and critical thinking skills. For the last years Middlebury Language Schools have been offering immersive language programs for beginners and advanced students alike.
Students of the Summer Language Academy learn a language in a cultural context with hands-on, enthusiastic, and supportive mentors who themselves have had an immersive cultural experience.
The instructors, advisors, and mentors have lived abroad and know the struggles of learning a new language. They are dedicated to helping students learn in fun and engaging ways.
The University of California San Diego Academic Connections is a pre-college program connecting high achieving high school students with exceptional graduate students, renowned university faculty, and other experts in a variety of subject matters. And the city of San Diego is unparalleled in its beauty and climate. Spending a portion of a summer at UCSD is a treat high schoolers will be hard pressed to top. UCSD offers over two dozen college-level courses to the outstanding high schoolers who are looking to get a jumpstart on their college experience by participating in Academic Connections.
Courses are intensive three-week offerings, meeting five hours per day with limited class sizes. In addition, students live on the beautiful UCSD campus, which gives them a chance to see what college life is like first hand. Very little time is unstructured.
There are extracurricular activities many evenings and weekends, including sports, arts, crafts, dances, talent shows, and much more. Each program gives students the opportunity to explore new subjects, make new friends, participate in social activities on campus and in the greater Boston area.
In short, the programs expose students to the wonderfully enriching life of a college student. Only the High School Honors program provides the opportunity for earning college credits. For six weeks upper level high school students may choose from more than 80 college courses and potentially earn 8 college credits.
In the Academic Immersion program students spend three weeks immersing themselves in the study of a single academic topic. For the summer of , the topic was Introduction to Medicine. Interested students should check the program information for future Academic Immersion topics. Finally, the Summer Preview program is a week-long seminar for high school underclassmen that gives them a sneak peek of college life.
University of Southern California Summer Programs for High School Students have a tradition of offering excellent summer experiences for gifted high school students.
Through the combination of lectures, hand-on workshops, labs, guest speakers, and field trips throughout the Los Angeles area, students get an experience unlike any other. The four-week credit option is also an immersive curriculum but it allows students to earn three units of USC elective credit upon completion.
Students may choose from among twenty courses in a variety of areas. For thirty years Columbia University has been offering summer programs to high school students at its campus in New York City. High-achieving high school students get an intensive and collaborative experience of college life at an Ivy League institution and in the The Empire City. Three programs are available.
The Campus Immersion Program is the only one that is designed to be residential. Students in this program live and study with other high-achieving peers. The three week program allows students to pursue one of over fifty subjects, including business, law, the arts, humanities, and the physical, biological, and social sciences. Courses are taught by expert instructors, allowing students to build their academic skills and college preparedness in collaboration with a global cohort of bright and talented classmates.
There are many extracurricular opportunities on campus and in the city, many of which are available only to Campus Immersion Program participants. Columbia also offers two commuter programs.
The Academic Immersion program is much like the Campus Immersion program without the residential component. The summer programs at Arizona State University in Tempe are abundant.
The Collegiate Scholars Academy offers high-achieving high school students the opportunity to get a head start on their college experience by enrolling in ASU courses. The university courses in the Collegiate Scholars Academy have a specific academic or career focus and academic credit is assured once a passing grade is acquired. Housing and transportation are not provided. For those wanting a pre-college campus experience without the stress of grades, several residential programs are available through The Summer Enrichment Programs.
The options are numerous, giving high school students with all sorts of interests a chance to get the ASU experience. In this program students spend ten days learning how to create mobile apps, develop cutting edge games, design and build robots, and more. Students interested in engineers should consider the Summer Transportation Institute.
Participants spend four nights and five days living on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus and learning how all types of engineers from aerospace to software plan and maintain systems of transportation around the state of Arizona.
There are also programs in engineering, medicine, forensic science, business, journalism, and more. Students attend classes in beautiful lecture halls and classrooms, eat in award-winning dining halls, meet fellow students, and learn from renowned professors and other leading practitioners.
Programs are two weeks long and are offered in six areas of study. For those interested in the study and application of the life sciences, the Biological and Biomedical Science program will lead them through interests ranging from molecular to global. At Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX, enterprising high school students can have an enriching summer by participating in one of the five residential camps or programs on offer.
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