College Programs A-L

Barnard – Summer in New York City. Liberal Arts Program (co-ed) for one or four weeks and Young Women’s Leadership Institute for one week. Co-ed programs for juniors and seniors.

Blueprint Signature Summer Programs – Four programs located at, Stonehill College, Haverford College, George Washington University, and Coker College. For more information visit:

Boston College Summer Experience Program. June 25th-August 3rd. Applicants must have completed their Junior year of high school and display superior academic ability.
E-mail or (617) 552-3800 

University of Southern California Summer Seminars – Preview of freshman year through 4- and 2-week summer courses. For more information visit:

Boston University High School Programs. General Honors or Research Internship or call 617-353-1378.

Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan Entrada Scholars Program for ethnic minority high schools students who are completing their junior and senior years. or 800-688-0122.

The Universityof Chicago Summer Programfor High School Students at least 14 years of age and have completed their freshman, sophomore or junior year by the time of participation. A variety of courses including languages offered in this residential program.

Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Programs. Various course offerings.

Colorado College Summer Programs. Full range of course offerings in block scheduling format.

Carnegie Mellon – Summer of Exploration pre-college programs. June 30-August 10,

Carleton Liberal Arts Experience. Academic exploration for sophomores July 9-15, 2011.

Carleton Summer Science Institute. For both sophomores and juniors.

Carleton Summer Writing Program for Juniors. Full and partial scholarships available.

College of William and Mary – Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History – for Juniors/Seniors.


Earlham College - Explore-A-College Program. Provides a college-level summer program for high school students currently in 9th, 10th, and 11th grades. For more information please visit: 

Emory Pre-College Program offering credit and non-credit courses in a variety of subjects. Open to Juniors and Seniors at least 16 years of age. 
Apply at 

George Washington University, Washington D.C. Pre-college credit program (for seniors) offered as 6-week, 3-week, and 1-week sessions. Non-credit programs (for grades 9-11) offered July 8-July 20 and July 22-August 3.

Harvard Summer School Secondary School Program. Experience the challenge of Harvard academics while living on campus.

Indiana University, Bloomington- Summer Sessions.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania Summer Honors Program for High School Students. July 8-14 and July 15-21. 

University of Dallas Summer Programs July 8-21 for High School Students.

Ithaca Summer College for High School Students.

University of Iowa summer programs; please visit

Joliet Junior College Kids College and Lifelong Learning non-credit courses. For more information please visit and explore the opportunities available through the Kids College and Lifelong Learning links

Julian Krinsky Camps and Programs.

Lewis University - Summer Aviation Flight Camp For High School Students; June 22nd - June 26. This is a program for high school students interested in exploring Commercial Aviation as a career choice. They will fly with an instructor each day, visit several Air Traffic Control Facilities, and build their own rockets.

Loyola University Chicago Pre-Collegiate Summer Scholars. Three-week, five-week, and six week sessions in a variety of subjects. Open to sophomores and juniors with a minimum GPA of 3.2. Classes at Lake Shore Campus or Rome Center. 
For more info contact, 312-915-6565 or
Loyola Academy - 6-week summer School courses from June 18 - July 27. For more information please visit
University of California at Berkeley - Cal Summer Experience - Overnight college prep program from June 24-June 26, 2012 including admissions sessions, lectures, SAT prep workshop, transcript evaluations, and campus tour. For application please visit For more information please contact