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High school summer camps in 2024?

Hey there! I'm just wondering, are there any cool summer programs or camps to look into for 2024? I'm super interested in spending my summer doing something productive, whether it's academic or just fun. Please let me know!

6 months ago

Hi! It's great that you're exploring summer opportunities for 2024. There are a variety of summer programs and camps, ranging from academic to recreational. I'd recommend starting by considering your interests, which can help you narrow down and find the best camps for you. Here are some general categories of summer programs to check out:

1. Academic Programs: These are usually hosted by universities and include subjects like STEM, humanities, or art. Some examples are the Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes, Harvard Summer Programs, or the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth.

2. Leadership & Entrepreneurship: If you're interested in developing business and leadership skills, you might consider programs like the National Student Leadership Conference, or the Business & Entrepreneurship Camps by Camp BizSmart.

3. Creative Arts: For students interested in the arts, there are summer programs that focus on dance, theater, visual arts, film, or music. Examples include the Interlochen Arts Camp or the NYU Tisch Summer High School Program.

4. Outdoor Adventure & Sports: For those who enjoy engaging in physical activities or exploring the outdoors, you might consider camps like Outward Bound, National Outdoor Leadership School, or various sports camps offered by colleges.

5. Community Service & Volunteering: If you're passionate about making a difference, consider programs that promote social change and involve community service. Some examples are the Global Youth Leadership Institute, and Rustic Pathways.

6. Special Interest: Some camps revolve around a unique interest or experience. For example, Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama for those interested in aerospace, or a language immersion camp for aspiring polyglots.

For more about summer camps, we have more blog posts here: https://www.collegevine.com/blog/search/summer%20camps

Before you finalize your decisions, it's important to consider factors like cost, duration, and location. Some programs offer financial aid or scholarships, so it's worth exploring those opportunities as well. Keep in mind that application deadlines can be early, so start researching and applying to your desired camps as soon as possible. Good luck!

6 months ago

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