80+ Free Summer Programs for High School Students

Summer programs are a wonderful way to challenge yourself academically, socially, and emotionally while in high school. These programs often provide rigorous academic work along with a student body of highly talented peers. Furthermore, summer programs help students develop their interests, cultivate their passions, and prepare them for the transition to college.

Though there is a perception that these programs are unaffordable to most people, there are in fact dozens of free academic summer programs for high school students. The subjects range from arts to research to humanities. There is a program for every student regardless of race, income, socioeconomic status, gender, nationality, or residency. All programs include room, board, and transportation to and from the location unless otherwise specified. Some programs (particularly those in science research) will even give students stipends of more than $4,000 for the summer.

Arts

Arkansas Governor’s School

  • The Arkansas Governor’s School is a six-week summer residential program for gifted and talented students who are upcoming high school seniors and residents of the state of Arkansas.
  • Students must be current juniors and residents of Arkansas.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • Hendrix College
  • Deadline January 19, 2016

CUNY College Now

  • College Now gives high school students from New York City the opportunity to take college courses at the City University of New York.
  • Students must be in 10th or 11th grade and attend a New York City public school.
  • Housing NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • City University of New York
  • Deadlines vary

Delaware Governor’s School of Excellence

  • The Delaware Governor’s School for Excellence is a one-week summer residential program that brings together academically and artistically talented Delaware high school students who have completed their sophomore year.
  • Students must be sophomores who are residents of Delaware.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 1 week
  • University of Delaware
  • April 15, 2016

Georgia Governor’s Honors Program

  • The Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a four-week summer residential instructional program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year.
  • Students must be sophomores or juniors who are residents of Georgia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Valdosta State University
  • Deadline December 16, 2015

Governor’s Schools of West Virginia

  • The Governor’s Schools of West Virginia are residential summer sessions for academically and/or artistically talented students from across West Virginia.
  • Applicants must be current sophomores or juniors who reside in West Virginia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • West Virginia University
  • Deadline February 10, 2016

Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts

  • GSA auditions promising high school sophomores and juniors in nine different arts disciplines: Architecture, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Instrumental Music, Musical Theatre, New Media, Visual Art and Vocal Music.
  • Applicants must be sophomores and juniors who are residents of Kentucky.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • Centre College
  • Deadline December 31, 2015

Summer Arts Institute

  • The Summer Arts Institute is a tuition-free, intensive, arts program for New York City public school students entering grades 8-12, held at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts High School in Astoria, Queens, from July 9 through August 3, 2012. Students can major in dance, theater, instrumental music (band), vocal music, film, photography or visual arts. The program is designed for students at an intermediate or advanced level of study in their chosen discipline.
  • Students must be in grades 8-12 and attend New York City public schools.
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • Deadline February 19, 2016

Tennessee Governor’s School

  • The Governor’s Schools will offer selected gifted and talented high school students intensive learning experiences in the Humanities, Math and Science, Arts, International Studies, Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage, Prospective Teaching, Emerging Technologies, Engineering, Information Technology Leadership, and Agricultural Sciences, Computational Physics and Scientific Models and Data Analysis.
  • All applicants must be 10th and 11th graders from Tennessee high schools.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Various universities in Tennessee
  • Deadline December 15, 2015

Virginia Governor’s School

  • Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school juniors and seniors with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; mathematics, science, and technology; life science and medicine; or through mentorships in marine science or engineering.
  • Applicants must be sophomores and juniors who have been identified as academically or artistically gifted and are residents of Virginia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Various universities in Virginia
  • Deadline November 24, 2015

College Prep

Collegiate Mentoring Program

  • The Mentoring Program matches rising high school seniors with college students from the best colleges and universities from across the country. Mentors guide their mentees through the college process, helping them develop college lists, polish their essays, and secure financial aid. Mentees are admitted to the most competitive colleges like Yale University, Columbia University, Duke University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Chicago.
  • Open to all current high school juniors (rising high school seniors)
  • All summer
  • Online
  • Deadline not announced

Leda Scholars Program

  • The Aspects of Leadership Summer Institute held annually at Princeton University is an intensive, seven week program including leadership study, writing instruction, standardized test preparation, and college advising.
  • Eligibility criteria
  • 7 weeks
  • Princeton University
  • Deadline not available 

Summer Bridge at University of Chicago

  • As a CPS student participating in the Summer College Bridge program, you will enroll in one course at the University of Chicago during our Summer Session.
  • Students must be rising juniors or seniors in Chicago Public Schools with a GPA of at least 3.6 and an attendance rate of at least 95%.
  • 3-5 weeks
  • University of Chicago
  • Deadline March 31, 2016

University of Pennsylvania Summer Mentorship Program

  • Summer Mentorship Program participants spend four weeks in this non-residential, educating, and insightful experience within the major of their choice. While participating in this program, participants have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their desired fields of interest.
  • Students must be in 10th or 11th grades and enrolled in a Philadelphia public or charter school.
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • Stipend available
  • 4 weeks
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Deadline not available 

Humanities

Arkansas Governor’s School

  • The Arkansas Governor’s School is a six-week summer residential program for gifted and talented students who are upcoming high school seniors and residents of the state of Arkansas.
  • Students must be current juniors and residents of Arkansas.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • Hendrix College
  • Deadline January 19, 2016

Asian American Journalism Association J Camp

  • JCamp is the Asian American Journalists Association‘s national multicultural journalism program for high school students that has been held every summer since 2001.
  • Enrolled in high school as freshmen, sophomores, or juniors and must be available to travel to the location of JCamp during the camp week. Students must be at least 16 years of age or older on or before the first day of JCamp. Students of all races are welcome.
  • 6 days
  • Location varies by year
  • Deadline March 13, 2016

Carleton Liberal Arts Experience

  • The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology.
  • Sophomores of African-American descent or who have an interest in African-American studies
  • 1 week
  • Carleton College
  • Deadline April 1, 2016

Commonwealth Honors Academy

  • The mission of the Commonwealth Honors Academy is to challenge, educate, enlighten, and nurture the next generation of civic, academic and business leaders of the region.
  • All students applying for the Commonwealth Honors Academy should have a 3.5 GPA (on a 4-point scale) and 25 Composite ACT (or the equivalent PSAT, SAT or PLAN score). High school juniors throughout Kentucky as well as the Murray State University out-of-state service region are invited to apply.
  • 3 weeks
  • Murray State University
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

CUNY College Now

  • College Now gives high school students from New York City the opportunity to take college courses at the City University of New York.
  • Students must be in 10th or 11th grade and attend a New York City public school.
  • Housing NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • City University of New York
  • Deadlines vary

Delaware Governor’s School of Excellence

  • The Delaware Governor’s School for Excellence is a one-week summer residential program that brings together academically and artistically talented Delaware high school students who have completed their sophomore year.
  • Students must be sophomores who are residents of Delaware.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 1 week
  • University of Delaware
  • Deadline April 15, 2016

Georgia Governor’s Honors Program

  • The Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a four-week summer residential instructional program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year.
  • Students must be sophomores or juniors who are residents of Georgia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Valdosta State University
  • Deadline December 16, 2015

Governor’s Schools of West Virginia

  • The Governor’s Schools of West Virginia are residential summer sessions for academically and/or artistically talented students from across West Virginia.
  • Applicants must be current sophomores or juniors who reside in West Virginia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • West Virginia University
  • Deadline February 10, 2016

Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program

  • The Governor’s Scholars Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors.
  • Applicants must be current juniors who reside in Kentucky.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 5 weeks
  • Bellarmine University, Centre College, and Murray State University.
  • Deadline January 25, 2016

Mississippi Governor’s School

  • MGS is designed to provide academic, creative and leadership experiences for a select number of rising high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated exceptional ability and achievement in their studies and who show high intellectual, creative, and leadership potential.
  • Students must be 10th or 11th grade students at an accredited school and be Mississippi residents.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • Mississippi Women’s University
  • Deadline January 29, 2016

Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week

  • Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) is a week-long, summer opportunity that teaches students what it’s like to run a business.
  • Students who are in 10th or 11th grade and are Pennsylvania residents.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 1 week
  • Lycoming College and Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Deadline April 8, 2016

Pepperdine University Youth Citizenship Seminar

  • The Southern California Youth Citizenship Seminar at Pepperdine University is designed to provide a creative opportunity for outstanding high school juniors such as you to interact with today’s leaders, explore current national and world topics, discuss constructive solutions to critical issues, and share memorable interaction with your peers.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 5 days
  • Pepperdine University
  • Requires counselor nomination to apply

Princeton Summer Journalism Program

  • SJP welcomes about 20 high school students from low-income backgrounds every summer to Princeton’s campus for an intensive, 10-day seminar on journalism.
  • Low-income high school juniors living in the continental US with at least a 3.5 GPA and an interest in journalism.
  • 10 days
  • Princeton University
  • Deadline February 26, 2016

Startalk Academies

  • The University of Pennsylvania offers STARTALK high school academies in Hindi. This intensive, non-residential summer program engages students in a wide range of activities and projects designed to immerse students in the host language and increase cultural knowledge.
  • Penn invites applications from students entering grades 9 through 12 in public and private schools in Philadelphia and neighboring regions. Prior knowledge of Hindi is not required.
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 4 weeks
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Deadline not announced

TASP

  • A Telluride Association Summer Program (TASP) is a six-week humanities and social sciences educational experience for high school juniors that offers challenges and rewards rarely encountered in secondary school or even college.
  • High school juniors from around the world
  • Six weeks
  • $500 stipend available
  • Cornell University and University of Michigan
  • Deadline January 26, 2016

TASS

  • A Telluride Association Sophomore Seminar (TASS) is a six-week educational experience for high school sophomore that focuses African-American studies and related fields.
  • High school sophomores from around the world
  • Six weeks
  • $500 stipend available
  • Indiana University and University of Michigan
  • Deadline January 7, 2016

Tennessee Governor’s School

  • The Governor’s Schools will offer selected gifted and talented high school students intensive learning experiences in the Humanities, Math and Science, Arts, International Studies, Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage, Prospective Teaching, Emerging Technologies, Engineering, Information Technology Leadership, and Agricultural Sciences, Computational Physics and Scientific Models and Data Analysis.
  • All applicants must be 10th and 11th graders from Tennessee high schools.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Various universities in Tennessee
  • Deadline December 7, 2015

Virginia Governor’s School

  • Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school juniors and seniors with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; mathematics, science, and technology; life science and medicine; or through mentorships in marine science or engineering.
  • Applicants must be sophomores and juniors who have been identified as academically or artistically gifted and are residents of Virginia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Various universities in Virginia
  • Deadline November 24, 2015

Leadership

Bank of America Student Leaders Program

  • Every year, through our Student Leaders® program we help connect community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in our annual Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D. C.
  • Current junior or senior in high school and be a resident of one of these locations
  • Stipend of $14.50 per hour
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 8 weeks
  • Deadline December 2015

Bezos Aspen Scholars Program

  • This leadership development program offers pathways for students and educators to put their education into action.
  • Must attend an eligible school and be a high school juniors who is a US citizen or permanent resident
  • 1 week
  • Aspen, Colorado
  • Deadline February 16, 2016

Camp Rising Sun

  • Camp Rising Sun is a seven week, full-scholarship program carefully designed to promote personal growth, leadership skills, a service ethic, and intercultural understanding.
  • Born between August 20, 1999 and June 20, 2001
  • 7 weeks
  • Rural New York State
  • Deadline January 8, 2016

Mississippi Governor’s School

  • MGS is designed to provide academic, creative and leadership experiences for a select number of rising high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated exceptional ability and achievement in their studies and who show high intellectual, creative, and leadership potential.
  • Students must be 10th or 11th grade students at an accredited school and be Mississippi residents.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • Mississippi Women’s University
  • Deadline January 29, 2016

Notre Dame Leadership Seminars

  • Notre Dame Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas.
  • Applicants must be current juniors who are at least 16 years of age
  • Transportation included
  • 1 week
  • University of Notre Dame
  • Deadline January 22, 2016

Mathematics & Sciences

Academically Interested Minds

  • The AIM program gives multicultural students a real college life experience by preparing them to make a successful transition from high school to college.
  • African American, Hispanic and Native American students presently in the 11th grade with a minimum 3.0 GPA in English, math and chemistry courses (two years of high school English; two years of high school algebra or the equivalent preparation; one year of geometry; and one year of high school chemistry with lab).
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 5 weeks
  • Kettering University
  • Deadline not announced

Arkansas Governor’s School

  • The Arkansas Governor’s School is a six-week summer residential program for gifted and talented students who are upcoming high school seniors and residents of the state of Arkansas.
  • Students must be current juniors and residents of Arkansas.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • Hendrix College
  • Deadline January 19, 2016

BioQuest Academy

  • By enrolling into the BioQuest Academy, you will become part of the BioQuest global health community not only for the two weeks (60 hours) that you are physically at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, but throughout your senior year of high school and beyond! You will advance your understanding of infectious diseases and global health, and become part of the community who cares and works towards finding solutions to these problems.
  • The BioQuest Academy has been designed to serve the educational and youth development needs of high school juniors, the vibrancy of the biomedical research sector and the innovation of our nation.
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 2 weeks
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Deadline not announced

Chapman University Economic Summer Institute for High School Students

  • The objective of these workshops is to expose students to and get them interested in the foundations of economic analysis using experimental economics.
  • Students must be high school juniors and seniors.
  • 1 week
  • Chapman University
  • Deadline April 8, 2016

CDC Disease Detectives

  • CDC campers will take on the role of disease detectives and learn first–hand how the CDC safeguards the nation′s health.
  • The CDC Disease Detective Camp is open to motivated students who will be high- school juniors or seniors during the 2012-2013 school year. Applicants must be 16 years old by the first day of the camp in order to comply with CDC’s laboratory safety requirements.
  • Housing, transportation, and meals are NOT included
  • 5 days
  • CDC Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia
  • April 1, 2016

CUNY College Now

  • College Now gives high school students from New York City the opportunity to take college courses at the City University of New York.
  • Students must be in 10th or 11th grade and attend a New York City public school.
  • Housing NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • City University of New York
  • Deadlines vary

Delaware Governor’s School of Excellence

  • The Delaware Governor’s School for Excellence is a one-week summer residential program that brings together academically and artistically talented Delaware high school students who have completed their sophomore year.
  • Students must be sophomores who are residents of Delaware.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 1 week
  • University of Delaware
  • Deadline April 15, 2016

Della Keats Health Sciences Summer Program

  • The goal of the Della Keats Program is to foster, affirm, and encourage high school students’ interest in the medical professions by allowing them to explore health-care careers and to obtain a valuable introduction to college life.
  • Juniors and seniors who meet at least one of the following criteria:  Be an ethnic minority; live in rural Alaska (off the road system); be a first-generation American; be the first in his/her family to go to college; speak English as a second language; and/or be economically disadvantaged.
  • Small stipend provided
  • Travel NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • University of Alaska at Anchorage
  • Deadline March 4, 2016

FBI Future Agents in Training

  • This program works to educate and inform students about the mission of the FBI’s divisions: Criminal, Counterterrorism, Intelligence, Counterintelligence and Administrative. Students learn from Special Agents, Intelligence Analysts, Language Specialists and professional staff about investigative tactics that include gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, capturing criminals, and solving cases.
  • Students must be at least 16 years old and be US citizens attending an accredited high school in Northern Virginia or Washington, DC.
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 5 days
  • FBI Washington Field Office
  • Deadline June 3, 2016

Georgia Governor’s Honors Program

  • The Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a four-week summer residential instructional program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year.
  • Students must be sophomores or juniors who are residents of Georgia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Valdosta State University
  • Deadline December 16, 2015

Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program

  • The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a FREE seven-week introduction to computer science for current 10th and 11th grade students. The program is designed for beginners, which means no previous coding experience is necessary!
  • Sophomores and juniors in high school who are female or non-binar
  • Housing and transportation NOT included (need-based stipend for transit available)
  • 7 weeks
  • Cities across the US
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

Governor’s Schools of West Virginia

  • The Governor’s Schools of West Virginia are residential summer sessions for academically and/or artistically talented students from across West Virginia.
  • Applicants must be current sophomores or juniors who reside in West Virginia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • West Virginia University
  • Deadline March 15, 2016

International Summer School for Young Physicists

  • The ISSYP is an exciting and challenging two-week program for Canadian and international high school students with a keen interest in theoretical physics and who intend to pursue physics studies at the university level.
  • High school juniors and seniors
  • Transportation NOT included for international students only
  • The Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario
  • Deadline March 31, 2016

Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program

  • The Governor’s Scholars Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors.
  • Applicants must be current juniors who reside in Kentucky.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 5 weeks
  • Bellarmine University, Centre College, and Murray State University
  • Deadlines January 25, 2016

Mathematics & Science for Minority Students

  • The (MS)2 program, founded in 1977, offers 110 African American, Latino, and Native American public school students from targeted cities across the United States the opportunity to immerse themselves in the study of mathematics, science, and English for three consecutive summers at Phillips Academy.
  • To be eligible for admission, a candidate must currently be in the 9th grade in a public school, must have completed one full year of algebra by June 2012, and must be a US citizen or legal resident.The program accepts applications from African-American and Latino/a students from public schools in Atlanta, GA.; Baltimore, MD.; Boston, MA.; Chicago, IL.; Cleveland, OH; Fort Worth, TX; Lawrence, MA.; Louisville, KY.; Memphis, TN.; New York, N.Y.; and Washington, D.C. Native-American students may apply from any geographic area of the United States and must meet all other program criteria.
  • 5 weeks/summer for 3 summers
  • Phillips Academy Andover
  • Deadline December 15, 2015

Mississippi Governor’s School

  • MGS is designed to provide academic, creative and leadership experiences for a select number of rising high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated exceptional ability and achievement in their studies and who show high intellectual, creative, and leadership potential.
  • Students must be 10th or 11th grade students at an accredited school and be Mississippi residents.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • Mississippi Women’s University
  • Deadline January 29, 2016

New Jersey Governor’s School

  • The New Jersey Governor’s School is a summer residential program for students who completed their junior year in high school. The curriculum emphasizes problem-solving, leadership training, and team interaction.
  • All applicants must be in their junior year of high school and a resident of New Jersey.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 3 weeks
  • Drew University and Rutgers University
  • Deadline January 8, 2016

New Jersey Scholars Program

  • The tuition-free program is for students who are residents of New Jersey, United States citizens and rising seniors at the high school level in New Jersey. Topics vary from year to year. The 2014 topic is “Climate Change and the Human Experience.”
  • All applicants must be rising seniors residing in New Jersey who are US Citizens.
  • 5 weeks
  • Lawrencville School
  • Deadline January 8, 2016

Pre-Engineering Robotics and Java Programming Summer Program

  • Pre-Engineering Robotics and Java Programming Summer Program is a special 6-day summer program designed to give high school students with an interest in science and engineering an opportunity to explore engineering as a career.
  • 10th and 11th grade Texas residents
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 6 days
  • St. Mary’s University
  • Rolling admission

Santa Clara University Summer Engineering Seminar

  • The SES program is designed to motivate young people to pursue science and engineering majors in college so they can ultimately participate in the scientific and technical work force. It provides participants with a chance to explore possibilities of engineering as a career while living in University residence halls staffed by program counselors.
  • High school juniors who have little experience with engineering
  • 1 week
  • Santa Clara University
  • Transportation NOT included
  • Deadline March 4, 2016

Stanford Medical Youth Science Program

  • The SMYSP Summer Residential Program (SRP) is an annual five-week science- and medicine-based enrichment program that takes place from mid-June to late July, and is held on the campus of Stanford University
  • Students must be sophomores or juniors from northern or central California and be low-income or a first-generation college student.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 5 weeks
  • Stanford University
  • Deadline February 15, 2016

Summer Mathematics Research Training High School Camp

  • SMaRT is a  two-week summer program at Texas A&M University. It is intended to facilitate interest in mathematics of advanced high school students.
  • High school students of age 14-18, who are US citizens or permanent residents, are eligible to apply.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 2 weeks
  • Texas A&M University
  • Deadline not announced

Summer Math and Science Honors Academy

  • SMASH scholars spend five weeks each summer at a SMASH site on a college campus (currently at UC Berkeley, Stanford, UCLA and USC) immersed in rigorous STEM classes.  SMASH Scholars live on campus for five weeks each of three summers (after their 9th, 10th and 11th grade years) with other high potential Black, Latino/a, Native American, Southeast Asian or Pacific Islander high school students.
  • Students must be in 9th grade, be African American, Chicano/Latino/a, Native American, Filipino, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian (i.e. Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Vietnamese) or mixed race/multiracial with at least one parent from the above ethnicities; and reside in San Francisco, Marin, Solano, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Alameda, Napa, Stanislaus, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, or San Mateo County to apply to Stanford or UC Berkeley sites, and in Los Angeles County to apply to the UCLA or USC sites.
  • 5 weeks/summer for 3 summers
  • Transportation NOT included
  • Various sites
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

Summer Program for Mathematics and Science

  • The Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science is a rigorous residential summer experience for good students who have a strong interest in math and science and want to become excellent students.
  • SAMS applicants must be at least 15 years old and have completed their sophomore year of high school to participate in this program.
  • Transportation and books NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Deadline April 1, 2016

Tennessee Governor’s School

  • The Governor’s Schools will offer selected gifted and talented high school students intensive learning experiences in the Humanities, Math and Science, Arts, International Studies, Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage, Prospective Teaching, Emerging Technologies, Engineering, Information Technology Leadership, and Agricultural Sciences, Computational Physics and Scientific Models and Data Analysis.
  • All applicants must be 10th and 11th graders from Tennessee high schools.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Various universities in Tennessee
  • Deadline December 6, 2015

TOPS Physics Workshop at MIT

  • The TOPS Physics Workshop is a two-week program for high school students interested in science who are currently freshmen and sophomores.
  • Rising High School Sophomores and Juniors who are interested in science. Students should have taken a high school course in physical science, physics, or chemistry.  This program is not appropriate for students who have already taken AP Physics.
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 2 weeks
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Deadline December 1, 2015

Teen Research and Education in Environmental Science

  • The Teen Research and Education in Environmental Science (TREES) program is a unique summer research and mentorship program offering hands-on environmental research opportunities to motivated high school students.
  • Philadelphia-area resident who completed grades 9, 10, or 11
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 6 weeks
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

University of Delaware FAME

  • FAME works to educate minority high school students in the fields of math and engineering.
  • Students must be 10th and 11th grade students enrolled in a college preparatory curriculum receiving grades of “B” or better especially in mathematics, science and English courses.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • University of Delaware
  • Deadline April 1, 2016

Virginia Governor’s School

  • Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school juniors and seniors with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; mathematics, science, and technology; life science and medicine; or through mentorships in marine science or engineering.
  • Applicants must be sophomores and juniors who have been identified as academically or artistically gifted and are residents of Virginia.
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 4 weeks
  • Various universities in Virginia
  • Deadlines vary 

Young Scholars Program

  • The Young Scholars Program (YSP) is a residential science and mathematics program for Florida high-school students with significant potential for careers in the sciences, engineering, and health professions.
  • YSP is designed for students who have completed the eleventh grade in a Florida public or private high school. A few exceptionally qualified and mature tenth graders have been selected in past years. All applicants must have completed Algebra II, and have earned at least a “B” average (unweighted) in academic courses. A score at the 90th percentile or better in science or mathematics on a nationally standardized exam, such as the SAT or PSAT, is also required. Computer experience is expected.
  • Transportation and textbooks NOT included
  • 5 weeks
  • Florida State University
  • Deadline February 15, 2016

Scholarships

Joyce Ivy Foundation

  • The Joyce Ivy Foundation assists qualified students to attend pre-college programs. The Foundation awards full, partial, and merit scholarships to cover program tuition, room and board, and may optionally approve additional grant money to cover the cost of travel to and from campus, course materials, and incidental living expenses while on campus.
  • Students must be a female of exceptional potential, a U.S. citizen or have Permanent Resident status, a resident of and attend high school full time in Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, or Ohio, be classified as a sophomore, junior, or senior as of September 2015, and have aspirations to matriculate at an academically rigorous and highly selective college or university
  • Duration varies
  • Scholarship applies to any summer program
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

Questbridge College Prep Scholarship

  • QuestBridge has partnered with Brandeis, Emory, Harvard, Notre Dame, Penn, Stanford, and Yale to offer students a unique opportunity to take college-level courses at a top-tier university while residing in a dormitory with peers from across the country.
  • High school juniors who are US citizens, permanent residents, or who attend high school in the US and also face economic challenges.
  • 4-6 weeks depending on the program
  • Brandeis University, Emory University, Harvard University, University of Notre Dame, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, and Yale University
  • Deadline not announced

Science Research Commuter

Bioscience Summer Research Program for High School Students

  • The Bioscience Program at the University of Utah seeks to increase the participation of students in biological research and to encourage them to prepare for careers in research, medicine, and education. To this end the Program sponsors an eight-week Bioscience High School Summer Research Program through which students receive training and research experience in a university setting.
  • Students must be residents of Utah in 11th grade and have completed 3 years of science and math.
  • Transportation and housing NOT provided
  • $500 stipend
  • 8 weeks
  • University of Utah
  • Deadline March 2, 2016

City of Hope Summer Program

  • City of Hope’s Eugene and Ruth Roberts Summer Student Academy gives curious and hardworking students the opportunity to learn about science by actually doing it.
  • Applicants must be at least 16 years-old before their internship begins, applicants must be high school or undergraduate students, and applicants must be US citizens, or permanent residents.
  • $4,000 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 10 weeks
  • Duarte, California
  • Deadline March 10, 2016

Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center CURE Program

  • The CURE program is designed to introduce students to the exciting world of cancer research. Students will be placed with a mentor who conducts cancer-related research at one of our seven partner institutions.
  • Students must be at least 16 years of age and residents of Massachusetts. In addition, they must be socioeconomically disadvantage, an underrepresented racial minority, or a first-generation college student.
  • $10/hr salary
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Deadline Mid February, 2016

Discover Genomics Science Education Program

  • The Internship Program provides opportunities to inspire young scientists and other science professionals to work in all areas of the Institute. Interns are assigned to a mentor who is a member of the Institute’s faculty or senior staff.
  • High school students must be at least 16 years old by one month prior to the start of their internship and have preferably completed their junior year.
  • $9.90/hr salary
  • 8 weeks
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Rockville, Maryland and San Diego, California
  • Deadline March 15, 2016

Einstein-Montefiore High School Summer Research Program

  • The Einstein-Montefiore Summer High School Research Program introduces high school students age 16 and older to the excitement of leading-edge scientific research.
  • Must be a junior or senior in high school and at least 16 years of age
  • 5 weeks
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Deadline March 30, 2016

Forsyth Scientific Scholars Program

  • The Scientific Scholars Program includes an eight-week paid internship for Boston Public High School Students. The program  pairs students with Forsyth researchers as mentors. Over the summer, the interns learn basic laboratory techniques and participate in ongoing research projects.
  • Candidates must be high school students in Boston public schools.
  • Stipend provided
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Deadline April 6, 2016

Helios Scholars Program at TGen

  • The Helios Scholars Program at TGen is a paid, eight-week summer internship in biomedical research open to Arizona high school, undergraduate, graduate, and medical school students.
  • Students must be at least 16 years of age and be eligible to work in the US.
  • $10/hr salary provided
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Deadline February 12, 2016

High School Internship for Diversity Targeted Students

  • High school students are welcome to apply for an 8 week, paid summer research internship at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.  The Hutchinson Center has an international reputation for its pioneering research in biological sciences, bone marrow and stem cell transplantation, cancer prevention, epidemiology, and biostatistics.
  • Must have completed 11th grade and be available to participate in an on-campus interview
  • Stipend provided
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Deadline March 31, 2016

High School Summer Internship Program in Research

  • The High School Summer Internship Program provides current high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to participate in basic or clinical research projects with the goal of promoting interest in biomedical research as a potential career.
  • Students must be high school juniors or seniors.
  • Minimum wage salary provided
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 4 weeks
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Deadline not yet announced

History of Life Internship

  • The program combines classroom learning, field trips, and authentic scientific research. The centerpiece of the program is cutting-edge research in the field of paleobiology. Students gather original data on the evolutionary history of ancient life and use those data to formulate and test scientific hypotheses. Most students present the results of their projects at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, which is the worlds largest professional earth science conference.
  • Students must reside in the San Francisco Bay Area and have completed at least one year of high school
  • Stipend available based on need
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Stanford University
  • Deadline not announced

Indianapolis Project SEED

  • A science research program for high school students at Indiana University Purdue University.
  • Students must have completed one year of high school and at least two semesters of high school chemistry and reside in the Indianapolis area
  • Stipend available based on need
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Indiana University Purdue University
  • Deadline April 1, 2016

Indiana University Summer Research Program

  • The IU Simon Cancer Center Summer Research Program (SRP) aims to increase the number of high school and undergraduate students from underrepresented populations pursuing biomedical and behavioral science careers by providing positive and meaningful firsthand exposure to these fields.
  • SRP participants are full-time high school or undergraduate students from populations underrepresented in biomedical or behavioral sciences. All students from metropolitan Indianapolis, surrounding county high schools, or from colleges and universities who will meet the following criteria by program start date are encouraged to apply.
  • Stipend provided
  • Housing and transportation NOT included
  • 10 weeks
  • Indiana University Simon Cancer Center
  • Deadline February 26, 2016

Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center Summer High School Volunteer Program

  • Our Summer Volunteer Research Program is designed for outstanding high school and undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in bio-medically related sciences. Particularly, motivated students will benefit from the opportunity of hands-on laboratory research.
  • Current 11th graders who are at least 16 years of age
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Georgetown University Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
  • Deadline March 31, 2016

Mid-InfraRed Technologies for Health and the Environment (MIRTHE) High School Internship 

  • High school students spend 6 weeks in the labs alongside the REU students and follow a program that mirrors our REU program both in expectations and in content.
  • Rising high school seniors who are at least 16 years of age
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 6 weeks
  • Princeton University

Monnell Center Science Apprentice Program

  • SAP is an intensive paid internship that offers high school and undergraduate students an extraordinary opportunity to learn about science and directly participate in basic research.
  • Students must be enrolled in high school and be eligible to work in the United States.
  • Stipend provided
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 7 weeks
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Deadline January 15, 2016

National Institutes of Health Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research

  • Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research.
  • US citizens and permanent residents who are at least 16 years of age
  • 8 weeks
  • $1,300/mo stipend
  • Housing and travel NOT provided
  • Bethesda, Maryland; Research Triangle Park, North Carolina; Phoenix Arizona; Hamilton, Montana; Framingham, Massachusetts; and Detroit, Michigan
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

National Space Club Scholars Program

  • The purpose of this program is to provide students with an opportunity to experience how research and development organizations operate on a day-to-day basis in direct support of NASA’s mission to inspire the next generation of explorers.
  • Students must be at least 16 years of age, must be US citizens, and must live community distance from a NASA location.
  • $1,800 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 6 weeks
  • Greenbelt, Maryland and Wallops Island, Washington
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

NIH Step Up

  • The High School STEP-UP provides hands-on summer research experience for high school students interested in exploring research careers in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences. The program provides exposure to the core NIDDK mission areas of diabetes, endocrinology and metabolic diseases; digestive diseases and nutrition; kidney, urologic and hematologic diseases.
  • Applicants must be US citizens, non-citizen nationals, or legal permanent residents who are in at least their junior or senior year of high school and at least 16 years of age. They must have medical coverage and have at least a 3.0 GPA. In addition, applicants must meet at least one of the following criteria: come from racial and ethnic groups that have been shown by the National Science Foundation to be underrepresented in biomedical sciences on a national basis; come from a disadvantaged background as defined by annual family income and/or be the first generation in their families to graduate from a four-year college or university; or be diagnosed with a disability that substantially limits one or more major life activities.
  • $2,500 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8-12 weeks
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, University of California San Francisco, and University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Deadline February 15, 2016

Raising Interest in Science and Engineering Summer Internship

  • The RISE (Raising Interest in Science and Engineering) Summer Internship Program for HS Students is sponsored by the Office of Science Outreach. RISE is designed for bright low income students and those who will be the first in their families to attend college.
  • High school students ages 16 or older residing within 25 miles of Stanford University. Students must meet two of the following criteria: underrepresented minority, low-income, or first in their families to attend college.
  • $2,500 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Stanford University
  • Deadline February 16, 2016

Research Experience for High School Students

  • The Research Experience for High School Students (formerly Research Internship Program) is an intense 6-week scientific research internship at Vanderbilt University, centering on full immersion in a Vanderbilt University or Vanderbilt University Medical Center research lab. Students engage in an independent research project under the mentorship of a research faculty member at Vanderbilt.
  • Students must be at least 16 years of age.
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 6 weeks
  • Vanderbilt University
  • Deadline February 24, 2016

The Rockefeller University’s Summer Science Research Program

  • The Rockefeller University’s Summer Science Research Program (SSRP) is designed to offer intellectually curious, highly motivated high school students with a strong aptitude in the life or physical sciences a total-immersion experience in laboratory research.
  • Must be 16 years of age or older and reside in New York, Connecticut, or New Jersey
  • Stipend based on need
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 7 weeks
  • Rockefeller University
  • Deadline January 11, 2016

Roswell Park Cancer Institute Summer Research Program for High School Students

  • This research experience will be set within the collaborative and mentored environment of a world-renowned cancer researcher’s laboratory where you will work alongside a research staff of graduate students, post-doctoral scholars and technicians. Your core research experience will be supported by educational seminars and career development activities. These include a weekly course, invited speaker seminars and field trips to life sciences companies.
  • High school junior at least 14 years of age
  • Limited stipends available
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 6 weeks
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Deadline January 10, 2016

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program

  • The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer.
  • Students must have completed at least grade 9, be US citizens, and be at least 16 years of age.
  • $3,500 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • See participating labs
  • Deadline December 4, 2015

Simons Program at Stony Brook University

  • During their time on the Stony Brook campus, Simons Fellows are matched with Stony Brook faculty mentors, join a research group or team, and assume responsibility for a project. The Simons Fellows conclude their apprenticeship by producing a written research abstract and a research poster.
  • Must be a high school junior who is at least 16 years of age
  • $1,000 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 6 weeks
  • Stony Brook, NY
  • Deadline January 20, 2016

Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research Program

  • The program is an eight-week program in which US high school students from diverse backgrounds are invited to perform basic research with Stanford faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and researchers on a medically-oriented project.
  • The program is for high school students who are juniors and seniors in the school year prior to the summer of the program.
  • Minimum $500 stipend, more based on need
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Stanford University
  • Deadline February 20, 2016

Stanford School of Earth Sciences High School Internship

  • General program interns work with one research group, and often on just one project. On the application, students will be able to indicate their interest in several fields of study (geology, environmental science, geochemistry, sustainable agriculture, geophysics, oceanography, biology, climate change, etc) depending on the positions available.
  • Students who have completed at least one year of high school and reside in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Stipend available based on need
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Varies
  • Stanford University
  • Deadline not announced

Summer Cancer Research Experience Program for High School Students

  • In the program, your research experience will be set within the collaborative and mentored environment of a world-renowned cancer researcher’s laboratory where you will work alongside a research staff of graduate students, post-doctoral scholars and technicians. Your core research experience will be supported by educational seminars and career development activities. These include a weekly course, invited speaker seminars and field trips to life sciences companies.
  • Students must be in their junior year of high school
  • $2,240 stipend
  • Housing available but not provided
  • 7 weeks
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Deadline January 10, 2016

Summer Cancer Research Internship for High School and Undergraduate Students

  • The UH Cancer Center Summer Internship is an intensive, nine-week program designed to provide research experience and mentorship for high school and undergraduate students who are interested in cancer research. Under the guidance of a faculty mentor, each student will complete an independent research project, write a research abstract, and give a presentation of their findings.
  • High school juniors who are residents of Hawaii
  • $1,500 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 9 weeks
  • University of Hawaii
  • Deadline March 1, 2016

Summer Program in Biomedical Research for High School Students

  • Wistar’s Summer Fellowship Program gives students the opportunity to become directly involved in experimental biological research projects at the bench level. During the course of the summer, students work on active research projects in areas such as cancer genetics, control of tumor progression, or vaccine development.
  • Students must be at least sixteen years of age and enrolled in a science course. The program is limited to students within the Philadelphia School District.
  • $2,050 stipend
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Deadline March 31, 2016

Summer Research Program for High School Juniors

  • The Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE) at the University of Rochester holds an annual summer research program for Rochester-area high school students who have just completed their junior year. The eight-week program provides an exceptional opportunity for highly motivated students to experience scientific research in a realistic environment. Students who are accepted into the program are assigned to a research project and supervised by a staff scientist at the Laboratory.
  • Students must have completed their junior year and attend a Rochester-area high school.
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • 8 weeks
  • University of Rochester
  • Deadline not announced

Teen Explainer Program at New York Botanical Garden

  • Explainers facilitate experiences with nature and plant science for children and families. Using seasonal lessons and explorations of the garden, Explainers prepare children to use their senses as tools for exploring the garden.
  • Applicants must be high school students ages 14-17.
  • Housing NOT provided
  • 10 weeks
  • New York Botanical Garden
  • Rolling admissions

University of Texas Medical Branch High School Summer Research Program

  • The primary goal of this program is to provide a stimulating, active experience in scientific research for students in order to increase their familiarity with the scientific process and their motivation to pursue careers in research or science teaching.
  • The program is open to all high school students who will be at least 16 years old, and who have a G.P.A. of at least 2.5 on a scale of 4.0.
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • Minimum wage salary
  • 8 weeks
  • University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Deadline March 18, 2016

Werner H. Kirsten Student Intern Program

  • The Werner H. Kirsten Student Intern Program (WHK SIP) at the National Cancer Institute at Frederick is designed to expose high school seniors to research and administrative management in a health care environment.
  • Students must attend a school within the Frederick, Carroll or Washington County Public School Systems; Saint John’s Catholic Prep (Frederick, MD); Frederick Christian Academy (Frederick, MD); Poolesville High School (Montgomery County, MD); Fairfield High School (Fairfield, PA) or Jefferson County Public School System (West Virginia). Students home schooled in the schools or counties participating in the WHK SIP are eligible also. Students must also be at least 16 years of age with a 3.0 GPA.
  • Housing and transportation NOT provided
  • $3,400 stipend
  • Frederick, MD
  • Deadline December 22, 2015

Science Research Residential

Clark Scholars Program

  • The Program at Texas Tech University helps the Scholars to have a hands-on practical research experience with outstanding and experienced faculty.
  • High school juniors and seniors who are at least 17 years of age
  • $750 stipend
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 7 weeks
  • Texas Tech University
  • Deadline February 12, 2016

George Washington Carver Internship Program

  • The George Washington Carver (GWC) Internship Program is conducted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and consists of programs funded through different sources and tied to several colleges at Iowa State University (ISU).
  • Must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, have 3.0 or above student at school, and must be 16 years or older
  • Travel NOT included
  • $1,500 stipend
  • 6 weeks
  • Iowa State University
  • Deadline February 12, 2016

Jackson Lab Summer Student Program

  • The Summer Student Program is designed to help students understand the nature of research science. The emphasis of this program is on methods of discovery and communication of knowledge, not the mastery of established facts.
  • Students must have completed Grade 11 or Grade 12, be at least 16 years old, and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
  • $4,750 stipend
  • 9 weeks
  • Bar Harbor, Maine
  • Deadline February 2, 2016

MITES

  • MITES is a six-week residential summer program during which students have the opportunity to experience a demanding academic atmosphere and to begin building the self-confidence necessary for success at America’s top universities. This program also stresses the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while developing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering.
  • High school juniors who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States
  • Six weeks
  • Travel NOT included
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Deadline February 1, 2016

Research Science Institute

  • The RSI academic program is an intensive, six-week introduction to scientific research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • High school juniors from around the world
  • Six weeks
  • Travel NOT included
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Deadline January 26, 2016

Summer Research Fellowships

  • The High School Research Fellowship program is a hands-on, mentored laboratory experience for Maine high school students interested in biology, medicine, or research.
  • Students must be residents of Maine and at least 16 years of age. Students must have taken at least one semester of biology, chemistry, and mathematics. In addition, students must be US citizens or permanent residents.
  • 8 weeks
  • Salisbury Cove, Maine
  • Deadline February 12, 2016

Travel Abroad

Bronfman Youth Fellowship in Israel

  • The Bronfman Youth Fellowship offers a 5-week summer program in Israel that educates and inspires exceptional young Jews from diverse backgrounds to become active participants in Jewish culture throughout their lives, and to contribute their talents and vision to the Jewish community and to the world at large.
  • High School Juniors from the United States and Canada who will be at least sixteen by July of 2012 are eligible for the Fellowship.
  • 5 weeks
  • Israel
  • Deadline January 6, 2016

Indonesia-US Youth Leadership Program

  • The goal of the I-US-YLP is to promote civic engagement and participation among Indonesian and U.S. youth through cross-cultural exchanges and learning while increasing mutual understanding between the two countries. The program is designed to: (1) Improve youth citizens’ understanding of democracy, civic rights and responsibilities and increase their commitment to civic participation, community service and leadership; (2) Strengthen the capacity of youth by providing them with the skills and knowledge needed to become active and engaged citizens in their communities; and (3) Increase dialogue and facilitate meaningful and substantial interactions between Indonesian and U.S. participants in order to contribute to mutual understanding.
  • Must be US citizens between 15 and 17 years of age by June 19, 2016
  • Housing and transportation included
  • 4 weeks
  • Bali, Indonesia
  • Deadline February 1, 2016

National Security Language Initiative for Youth

  • The State Department’s National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) provides merit-based scholarships to US high school students and recent graduates interested in learning less-commonly studied foreign languages overseas.
  • US citizens enrolled in or just graduated from high school who are 15-18 years old and have a minimum GPA of 2.5
  • 6-8 weeks
  • Around the world
  • Deadline October 29, 2015

Wilderness

National Conservation Crews

  • National Conservation Crews help protect America’s national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges.
  • Students must be 15-19 years old
  • Transportation NOT included
  • 15-35 days
  • Various locations across the US and Canada
  • Deadline March 2, 2016

Know of any other free summer programs? Email Hope at hbrinn@thecollegiateblog.com or use the comment box below.

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  1. Amy
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    Do you have a list for 2016 summer programs for rising seniors?

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