• Boston University Summer Journalism Institute

    Use code:  BUSUMMER 20 for $500 off tuition

    Session 1:  6/22-7/3
    Session 2:  7/6-7/17
    Session 3:  7/20-7/31

    Boston University presents a once-in-a-lifetime experience for high school students interested in journalism, communications or writing.

    To learn more and download the application, visit:  https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/bu-summer-journalism-institute/


    Penn Summer High School Programs

    Prep Program

    Session A:  7/12-7/24
    Session B:  7/26-8/7

    The 2-week program offers non-credit, immersie study in disciplines across the sciences, arts, and humanities.  Students choose 2 modules to focus their studies as they experience college life on Penn’s historic campus.

    Summer Academics, 6/30-8/8

    For three intensive weeks, these non-credit academies encourage students to dive deep into exploratory research in a specific subject area, including biomedical research, chemistry, experimental physics, mathematics, neuroscience, and social justice.

    Pre-College Program, 6/30-8/8

    For the full undergraduate residential experience, the Pre-College Program allows high school students to live, eat, and study on campus as they take six-week, credit-bearing courses alongside Penn undergraduates.

    Young Scholars Program

    Session 1:  5/26-7/1
    Session 2:  7/2-8/7

    Philadelphia-area high school students can elect to commute to campus for six-week, credit-bearing courses alongside Penn undergraduates, offering a challenging liberal arts university experience as well as college credit.

    For more information and to apply:  www.sas.upenn.edu 


    San Joaquin County Justice System Youth Leadership Academy

    6/8/20-7/10/20, 9th – 12th grades
    Provides students with the opportunity to experience the justice system in action while developing personal and professional skills.
    To learn more and download the application, visit www.sjgov.org/da/yla


    Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes

    Session 1:  6/22/20 - 7/10/20
    Session 2:  7/13/20 - 7/31/20
    Grade Levels: 8 - 11
    Courses are offered in a range of subject areas, including Arts, Business, Bioscience, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Engineering, Math, Physics, Political Science, and more.
    https://spcs.stanford.edu/programs/stanford-pre-collegiate-summer-institutes