• Barrett Summer Scholars provides students with the opportunity to experience college while preparing for enrollment and success at Arizona State University and Barrett, the Honors College. This residential program invites academically talented and motivated students entering the 8th, 9th, and 10th grade in Fall to live on campus, engage in college-level coursework, and participate in an environment where they collaborate with a community of peers from across the state. https://eoss.asu.edu/bss

    The César E. Chávez Leadership Institute is a free summer residential program for rising 11th and 12th grade students for Fall 2021. Attendees will participate in workshops and activities exploring higher education, leadership development and community engagement at Arizona State University's Tempe campus. https://eoss.asu.edu/access/cesar-e-chavez-leadership-institute

    ASU is offering Summer Writers Workshop this summer.  Grow as a writer, stretch your imagination, explore fun writing techniques and get published in the SWW literary magazine.  Cost is $300, limited scholarships are available.  More information at:  https://newcollege.asu.edu/writersworkshop
    Midwestern University's annual Health Care Careers Institute for High School Students will take place this year in July at the Glendale Campus. This FREE medical program is open to current high school juniors and seniors and offers hands-on lab activities and lectures designed to introduce students to a variety of health professions. Applications may be downloaded at www.midwestern.edu/azhealthcareersinstitute
    Duke University offers summer youth programs - Biosciences & Engineering, Leadership, Creative Writing, Video Production, Cryptology, Drone Camp. More information at: LEARNMORE.DUKE.EDU
    Discover yourself, discover your future at Summer Discovery. Attend summer programs at the world's most prestigious universities. More information at summerdiscovery.com  
    Stanford University is offering the Pre-Collegiate Studies program this summer to select top high school students from around the world. Find programs and peers that share your interests at Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies. More information and application at: spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself
    Smith College is offering Smith Precollege Programs this summer - a taste of college without the pressure. Information and application at: summerprecollege@smith.edu
    Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) will be holding Helios Scholars this summer. Participants will have an opportunity to conduct a biomedical research project under the mentorship of a TGen scientist. Seniors only may apply. More information and application at: tgen.org/intern 
    Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) will be holding TGen Bioscience Leadership Academy this summer for sophomores and juniors. The program is a two-week bioscience program focusing on understanding the biosciences and precision medicine. More information and application at: tgen.org/academy 
    The University of Arizona will hold Med-Start Health Care Careers this summer, which is a 6 week academic enrichment and health career exploration program for high school students between their junior and senior year. Students earn college credit while exploring careers in health care professions. Apply online at: www.diversity.uahs.arizona.edu/med-start
    Grand Canyon University offers opportunities for high school students to take college level classes during the summer through their dual enrollment programs. More information at: dualenrollment@gcu.edu
    Arizona State University West offers Summer Up Camps. Experience life as a future Sun Devil by living and dining on campus, engaging in college-level coursework, and meeting new friends who share academic interests. Choose from a variety of programs. More information at summerup.asu.edu
    Hollins University offers a residential camp experience for rising 9th to 12th grade girls to explore their talents with opportunities in creative writing, theatre, equestrian activities and science. More information at: https://www.hollins.edu/academics/hollinsummer/
    Duke University offers summer programs for high school students. More information at: http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students 
    Pratt Institute offers a summer program offering Pre-College Courses for High School Students - Architecture, Art, Design, Fashion, Creative Writing, and more.  Apply now at: www.pratt.edu/precollege  
    Midwestern University offers HEALTH CAREERS INSTITUTE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS in July. Students will join MWU faculty and students for a hands-on look at health professions: Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Biomedical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Physical Therapy, Veterinary Medicine and more. Students must be a current junior or senior. Application and information at www.midwestern.edu/AZHealthCareersInstitute
    The University of Alabama offers UA Early College Summer On Campus.  More information at uaearlycollege.ua.edu
    Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) offers Find Yourself At FIDM and experience fashion through the eyes of a college student in their immersive summer program.  3 day program for $300.  Register at FIDM.EDU/GO/3DF or Text FIDMSummer to 57682.
    Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany offers International Summer Camp for high school students.  Young people from all over the world have an opportunity to
    to participate in workshops on issues facing modern societies today.  More information at:  www.jacobs-university.de
    Wagner College in New York invites students to experience college life this summer, earn college credits, and visit an array of New Yor City venues by joining their Summer Pre-College Program.  Programs offered are:  Pre-Med and Science, Psychology and Film Making, Business & Speech, Art History & Studio Art, Summer Music Theater Institute, Summer Technical Theater Institute.  More information at Wagner.edu/pre-college
    Brigham Young University offers BYU Design Week, a one-week overnight camp for high school students.  Learn to blend illustration, graphic design, and photography.  More information and registration at:  designweek.ce.byu.edu
    Boston University is offering an Investigative Reporting Summer Workshop for students 14-18 years old. Students will work with award-winning investigative reporters. More information at: www.necir.org/summer 
    Arizona State University offers a number of summer camp programs at Tonto Creek Camp - SEED (Student Engaging in Entrepreneurial Discovery, STEM, Aspiring Youth. Explore opportunities out-of-doors at Tonto Creek Camp. More information at: http://tontocreekcamp.com/
    Northern Arizona University and the Institute of Reading Development offer Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs for Children and Adults in the summer. Classes are at various locations. Fliers are available at the BGHS Front Office or Counseling Office or call 1-800-570-8936 for information and to register.
    Barnard College in partnership with Columbia University will offer a variety of programs this summer in the arts, leadership, STEM, marketing and more. More information at: www.barnard.edu/summer
    The National Hispanic Bar Foundation is offering Future Latino Leaders Law Camp this summer in Washington, D.C. for Latino students who are interested in the law profession. More information and application at: HNBF.org
    Stanford University offers numerous opportunities for students grades 7-12 in the summer. More information at: spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself
    The ASU Collegiate Scholars Academy's summer program offers high achieving students who will enter grades 10, 11,12 have the opportunity to fast-track their college experience by enrolling in ASU courses and earning college credit. Courses are available in a variety of topics. Apply online at: eoss.asu.edu/collegiate-academy/summer 
    The University of Pittsburgh offers The Bridge: College Prep & Leadership Academy. Students attend a week-long summer program to strengthen leadership skills and gain a competitive edge in the college application process.
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    This summer Arizona State University will host The Summer Design Primer, a hands-on introduction to the architecture, interior design, industrial design, landscape architecture and visual communication design disciplines. Application and information at: design.asu.edu/design-primer 
    will host the Andy Harvey Native American Broadcast Journalism Workshop for Native American students. Students will train on professional camera equipment and participate in NAU faculty-led classes and This summer, Northern Arizona University workshops. Application and information at: nativeamericanbroadcastworkshop.org
    The Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies program offers highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary schools.  The program is held in the summer for students in grades 7 - 12.  More information at:  precollegiate@stanford.edu 
    The Arizona State University Cesar E. Chavez Leadership Institute is a high-energy leadership program for sophomores and juniors. Selected students participate in a one week program at ASU in the summer in workshops and activities exploring higher education, leadership development and community engagement while living on the ASU campus. More information at: http://outreach.asu.edu/ccli