MATH & SCIENCE PROGRAMS

 
A six-week summer program at Boston University designed to encourage strongly motivated high school students to explore in depth the creative world of mathematics in a supportive community of peers, counselors, research mathematicians, and visiting scientists.
Email: promys@bu.edu
Phone: (617) 353-2563
 
The Math Forum is a leading center for mathematics and mathematics education on the Internet.
 
Multiple programs available for various grade levels: young women learn about engineering, meet faculty, current engineering students, and visit labs and facilities. Teacher recommendation and official transcript required, along with an online application.
 
The Mission of Camp SEA Lab is to provide a unique residential educational experience for youth, their families, and their teachers: one fostering life-long excitement, scientific understanding, and inspiring stewards of today for the oceans of tomorrow. The summer programs are located throughout the Monterey Bay in various locations from Carmel to Santa Cruz, depending upon the camp selected. Residential camps take place on local college campuses, and day camps are held on coastal habitats such as local beaches, wetland, and rocky shores.
Phone: (831) 582-3681
 
A six-week summer program at Boston University designed to encourage strongly motivated high school students to explore in depth the creative world of mathematics in a supportive community of peers, counselors, research mathematicians, and visiting scientists.
Email: ctyinfo@jhu.edu
Phone: (410) 735-6277
 
The program offers summer research experiences to high school students that just completed their junior year. The program prepares student for graduate and undergraduate studies in science. The students will conduct a research project in molecular-cellular biology, genetics, immunology, biophysics, biochemistry, pharmacology, or bioinformatics. Present your research findings at a science conference and poster session. Out-of-town students stay in a supervised local college dormitory two miles from Roswell Park.
Phone: 1-800-ROSWELL (1-800-767-9355), ext. 8134
 
Operating since 1959, the Summer Science Program (SSP) is designed for academically gifted students interested in astronomy or biochemistry. It is a 39-day residential enrichment program designed to challenge and inspire highly gifted high school students (rising seniors) from around the world.
 
Brings mathematically talented and motivated high-school students from across the United States, and from around the world, to Stanford University for four weeks of serious mathematical pursuits.
 
Math Enrichment Services provides a challenging mathematics curriculum for gifted upper elementary and middle school students in the Metropolitan Washington DC area. We are based in Mclean Virginia and summer courses are available.
 
AIO introduces young people to the exciting world of marine science through a unique hands-on curriculum that combines biological, physical and chemical oceanography with field, classroom, offshore, and laboratory work..
 
Alfred University welcomes high school students to campus each summer to take part in our programs. This is an opportunity for students to learn more about their fields of interest, to sample life on a college campus, and to meet other students with similar interests and academic ability.
 
Venture into space at the Smithsonian-affiliated Cosmosphere's summer camp. Filled with a flurry of non-stop, astronaut training including spaceflight simulations, shuttle-crew exercises, g-force training in a centrifuge, robotics missions, rocket.
 
The CAA is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to education, public outreach, and research in archaeology and the natural sciences.
 
Seacamp is a Marine Biology/SCUBA summer camp for teens 12-17 located in the beautiful Florida Keys. Our tropical location on Newfound Harbor in the lower Keys is just minutes from the only living coral reef in the United States. Just 30 miles east.
 
VAMPY is a residential summer program for very bright students currently enrolled grades 7-10. Students select one fast-paced, challenging class. Courses include Chemistry, The Civil War, Forensic Chemistry, Genetics.
 
Cambridge College programme at Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. Sixty-five courses, excursions to London, Stonehenge, Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, sports and evening activities offered every night. Optional PSAT, SAT, ACT, and Calculus prep.
 
The National Institute of American History and Democracy (NIAHD) is offering a summer program where students can earn college credits and learn early American history on-site through the use of historic places, including surviving structures, archaeology sites, and museums. Students will participate in daily discussion seminars to analyze readings written by acclaimed historians, and will expand their writing skills in online journals as they compare and contrast historic sites with Historians' interpretations. Students will live in a dormitory and experience campus life under the guidance of a large William and Mary Staff.
 
Programs in Oxford, Cambridge, Paris, Montpellier, and Barcelona offer students currently in grades 9-12 the chance to challenge themselves intellectually, both in traditional disciplines, such as Art History, Literature, Politics and Economics, Drama, Creative Writing, Speech and Debate, as well as less commonly offered subjects, such as Global Medicine, International Law, Business and Finance, Architecture, and Filmmaking. Programs in France and Spain offer language courses at every level. Scholarships available!
Email: info@oxbridgeprograms.com
Phone: New York office 1-800-828-8349
 
The Student Summer Academy gives students the opportunity to gain inside access to key policy and media experts and discuss and debate current issues with peers from schools nationwide. Students earn college credit from the University of Virginia.
Email: SummerAcademy@closeup.org
Phone: (800) 256-7387
 
Two-week summer certificate programs and three-week summer seminars are open to entering high school sophomores and juniors. They are a sampler of the best the university has to offer. Students can earn college units, explore a great city, and enjoy plentiful cultural and recreational possibilities.
 
Offers challenging summer classes for K-11 students. ATDP courses offer students a chance to gain in-depth knowledge of the subjects that interest them. Taught by outstanding university, public, and private school instructors, our classes are designed to engage our students' hearts as well as their minds. Admission is based on the student's overall academic profile. We consider grades, achievement test scores, an essay, and a teacher recommendation. Courses: The Writing Process, First-Year Russian, Intro. to Java, AP Statistics, The Practice of Law, Enviromental Science, and more.
 
High School Honors: Six week program offering undergraduate courses, earning students up to eight college credits. Summer Challenge: Two-week residential program in various fields. Earns students two credits. Summer Preview: One-week program in various fields.
 
Depending upon whether you are a sophomore, junior, or senior in high school, you can: earn an average of three to six credits, and concentrate on college courses and careers in fourteen different subject areas.
Email: summer_college@cornell.edu
Phone: 607-255-6203
 
Does your gifted child want to take on new academic challenges and meet new friends this summer? The Summer Program of the Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University offers three-week courses in both Chicago and Cleveland.
 
Duke TIP’s educational programs are residential summer programs designed to meet the intellectual and social needs of gifted students in grades 4-12. Programs are held on college campuses across the country and in field locations around the world.
 
Centered at Purdue University, GERI is an innovative center dedicated to the discovery, study, and development of human potential. Founded by John Feldhusen in 1974, GERI's mission is holistic development of giftedness, creativity, and talents among individuals throughout their life-span. This is accomplished through enrichment programs for gifted, creative, and talented youth.
 
Programs for rising high school juniors and seniors. 1) Liberal Arts Program: Two courses from a variety of topics, four weeks. 2) Liberal Arts Intensive: One course from a variety of topics, one week. 3) Young Women’s Leadership Institute: Class in woman’s studies and workshops on leadership, 9 days. 4) Dance in the City: Learn about dance from four different perspectives: as a scholar, as a dancer, as a choreographer, and as an audience member, 10 days. 5) Entrepreneurs-in-Training: Courses for this program range from Developing a Business Idea to Getting Funded and include three site visits to start-ups in New York. Students will work in groups as they develop their own ventures, build public speaking skills, and ultimately pitch their ideas to mentors, staff, judges, and fellow students, 10 days.
Phone: (212) 854-8866
 
The Summer Institutes provide an opportunity for these students to enrich and accelerate their academic pursuits and to meet other students who share their interests and abilities. Subject areas include arts and humanities, business, computer science, engineering, legal studies, mathematics, social science, physical and biological science, and writing.
 
The Indiana State University Summer Honors Program is an academic program for talented high school students.
 
The Junior Statesmen Foundation offers Summer Schools at Georgetown, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, and elsewhere for students interested in politics and government. Students take college level courses in Political Science and Speech Communication.
 
Here for five weeks, students with ambitious academic goals prepare for the rigors of the best colleges and for the rigors of leading and serving in this complex world. Through an extensive array of both innovative and traditional courses and activities, Summer Session annually brings over 600 students from all over the world together on the Andover campus in June and July for the experience of a lifetime.
 
Our Summer Session students take on challenging academics for college credit while balancing educational and social activities. Discover a passion to become a scholar or find your way to change the world. Whatever path you choose, you’ll have a learning experience that makes a true and lasting impact.
 
Delphian School's Summer at Delphi program is designed to challenge young people in and out of the classroom and help them discover that their potential for success is unlimited. We seek to impart to students a love of learning and the ability to put their education to productive use.
 
The University of Southern Mississippi, through a cooperative effort with the Duke University Talent Identification Program, is pleased to offer the three week residential Summer Program for Academically Talented Youth, designed for very bright students who are currently enrolled in grades 7, 8, 9 and 10.
 
Summer Study’s pre-college summer programs and summer study abroad programs for high school students offer unique summer opportunities, which combine stimulating academics with unforgettable sports, recreational, social and/or cultural activities. Available at various campuses throughout the U.S. and few abroad.
 
A few different programs available to rising grades 8-12 that offers a rich selection of courses taught by Truman State University Faculty.
 
UCI’s Gifted Students High School Academy is program for rising grades 8-11 that provides a strong foundation of disciplinary studies while providing students a sampling of campus life.
 
UConn Mentor Connection is a residential enrichment program held during the summer on the Storrs campus of the University of Connecticut, serving students entering the last two years of high school. The program is designed to provide rising juniors and seniors from diverse backgrounds with opportunities to participate in high-level creative projects and research investigations under the supervision of university mentors.
 
Designed for students entering 5th grade through 10th grade, this residential program offers high interest, hands-on, brains-on courses developed by specialists in gifted education and/or in specialized content areas.
 
The Summer Academy program offers you the chance to join the UC Riverside community of more than 150 advanced high school students. This program gives you an opportunity to earn college credit on an official UC transcript, meet with distinguished faculty, and build new relationships with fellow UCR students.
Email: SummerAcademy@ucr.edu
Phone: (951) 827-3044
 
Summer College offers a variety of programs ranging from architecture to web design. Our goal is to make sure we’re offering programs that reflect the richness and diversity of the majors and minors at Syracuse University. We have credit and noncredit programs that run at different lengths.
Email: sumcoll@syr.edu
Phone: (315) 443-5000
 
ASA offers pre-college, study abroad, language immersion, and college admissions prep summer programs for students finishing grades 9-12. Choose from locations in California, Massachusetts, and New York in the US, or England, Spain, France, Italy, ...
 
Georgetown University's tradition of academic excellence and cultural diversity can be experienced by attending one or more of our exciting summer programs for high school students. Together with your peers from around the nation and the world, you will have the opportunity to explore your current interests and discover new talents. A combination of intensive classroom learning, fun social activities, and varied excursions to local sites of interest, these summer programs will provide you with a well-rounded taste of college life while expanding your intellectual and cultural knowledge.
 
Imagine studying at Harvard for seven weeks, fully immersed in the college experience. Whether you choose to live on campus, commute, or take courses online, you’ll have the opportunity to explore complex topics, gain valuable life skills, and form lasting bonds.
Email: ssp@dcemail.harvard.edu
 
NMH Summer Session students come from all over the U.S. and the world, and they each have their own goals. For some, it’s a chance to experience a rigorous academic environment, possibly for the very first time. For others, it’s an opportunity to build on their existing foundation and get a jump on college preparation. Summer Session programs include Rising Scholars (for students entering grades 7 through 9) and College Prep (for students entering grades 10 through 12). Our English as a Second Language classes are now included in the major course offerings of both programs.
 
Southern Methodist University is pleased to offer summer and academic year programs for gifted pre-college students, to provide staff development and undergraduate and graduate courses for teachers of the gifted, to support research activities, and to reach out to individual gifted young people and their families.
 
The Summer Institute for the Gifted offers prestigious & unique 3 week residential & day, coeducational, summer programs for gifted & talented students ages 9-17 at top institutions across the US.
 
Terp Young Scholars invites high school students with exceptional ability and promise to an outstanding pre-college experience at the University of Maryland. The program is open to rising high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors from across the United States and around the world.
 
Academic residential five-week program provides an early taste of college life for talented rising high school seniors. Enroll in up to seven credits of college coursework, earning transferable Washington University college credit. Live in a ...
 
High school students in the Pre-College Program benefit tremendously from GW's expertise in global development, international relations, public policy and administration, politics, diplomacy, history, biomedical engineering, museum studies and the arts.
Email: gwsummer@gwu.edu
 
Read and discuss selections from classic and contemporary literature with college professors and top faculty at Amherst College and Stanford University. Co-ed, residential program for grades 6-12. Also, writing, theater, music and art.