Academic Treksoffers college-accredited summer adventures abroad for high school students, including marine biology, language immersion, environmental studies and intensive community service courses. Program locations include the Carribean, Central and South America, Canada, South Africa, France, China, and Fiji. Academic Treks students earn college credit and up to 55 hours of community service credit on each course. Trips are 15 to 30 days in length in June, July, and August. Contact information 888-833-1908 or 919-256-8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barnard: Summer in New York City
Live and learn at Barnard College in New York City. Class topics include: Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Physics, Theatre and Film, Psychology, Sociology, Writing, Literature, International Affairs, History, Music, Dance, urban Studies Also visit this website for information on Writing in the City or Young Women's Leadership Institute
Broadreach Educational Summer Adventures
Broadreach Educational Summer Adventures offers students (ages 13-19) scuba, sailing, marine biology, and wilderness programs worldwide. Broadreach teaches students leadership and life skills they will use for years to come. Program locations include the Carribean, Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Honduras, Egypt, Fiji, the Solomon Islands, and Australia. Trips are 14-31 days in length in June, July, and August. Contact information 888-833-1907 or 919-256-8200 or email@example.com.
George Washington University Pre-College Program
High school students are invited to participate in a college experience that is academically engaging and life-changing. Learn from GW faculty and field experts, take advantage of the city, and make new friends from around the country and the world. This program is for high school students grades 9-11.
To apply online or get more information about the program: http://precollege.gwu.edu
Harvard Summer School
Harvard University, Secondary Summer School Program: Take college courses, meet people and new friends, prepare for college, and use first rate Harvard facilities. More details online.
UC Davis - Young Scholars Program
The UCD-YSP offers summer research opportunities in the biological and natural sciences for 40 high achieving students currently enrolled as sophomores or juniors. Selected on the basis of a competitive application, successful applicants will reside in university dormitories from June 24 to August 4, 2012. Participants in this program work closely with university research faculty on individual projects. Additional information, online application materials, and information about fees and need based financial assistance are available at the program website http://ysp.ucdavis.edu. Please note, substantial fee reductions (up to 90% of cost) are available for students on a needs based sliding scale. Deadline: March 31, 2012