When researching summer programs, always ask about scholarships.
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Recently Posted Opportunities
(Once items have been posted for more than two weeks, they are moved to the "College Summer Programs" or the "Other Summer Opportunities" sections, below, and are listed in order of upcoming deadlines.)
UC Summer Programs for HS students
Check out a list of summer programs at University of Cincinnati.
Northern Kentucky University (NKU) camps
NKU offers reasonably priced summer camps for a range of grade levels. See the links below for different NKU camps
College Summer Programs
Most colleges offer summer programs, so consider contacting individual colleges to see what they offer.
The cost of college summer programs ranges from free to thousands of dollars. We always suggest you contact the college to ask if they have scholarships for those charging a fee. From our experience, most do, but it's not always obvious from the website or link, so don't hesitate to make a phone call.
Arabic Language summer camp
See the UC Arabic Language summer camp flyer for more details. Application deadline: May 28
DAAP Summer Camps
University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Art, Architecture, & Planning (DAAP) is now accepting applications for day and residential summer camps.
- Who may attend: high school and middle school students
- Locations, descriptions, & applications: Visit the DAAP 2017 Summer camp webpage
B-WISER Science Camp (Women in Science, Engineering and Research) – June 11-16, College of Wooster
- Who: Girls entering 8th grade in fall 2017.
- Where: College of Wooster, 200 miles northeast of Cincinnati, in Wooster, OH
- Cost: Fee including room and board is $475, but several scholarships are available for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch, reducing the cost to $100.
- Application deadline: April 20, 2017.
- Apply online to the B-wiser Science Camp or get more information.
Other Summer Opportunities
Jimmy Buffet's 2017 Seacamp scholarship
- What: a scholarship (all expenses paid--including airfare!) to attend Seacamp, a marine biology camp in the Florida Keys, this July 14 - 31, 2017.
- Who: 9-12th grade students, ages 13-17, who attend a Cincinnati Public School and know how to swim/tread water
- How to apply:
- Select two books you've enjoyed or that have had an impact on your life, and write a 2-page book report on each one.
- Write an essay listing three personal commitments you have made (or can make now) to achieve success in life, and explain why you chose them and why you think they will make your life successful.
- Print the 2017 Jimmy Buffet Seacamp Scholarship Student Entry form (or get a copy from the Clark Post-secondary Center), fill it out, and get it signed by a parent/guardian and either a current teacher, counselor, or principal.
- Mail—or scan and email—the completed student entry form, book reports, and essay on success to Linda Basler Albu, 743 Coral Way, Englewood, Florida 34223.
- Deadline: Mon. Apr. 10, 2017 – The completed student entry form, book reports, and essay must be emailed or postmarked and mailed on or before this date, which is two weeks after we return from Spring Break. Winners will be notified via phone call (directly to the students) by Fri. May 12, 2017.
- Questions? Contact Linda Basler Albu 513-325-9361
2017 Ohio University Summer Jr. Executive Business Program for Students from Underrepresented Cultural Backgrounds
- When: July 8 - 15, 2017
- Where: Ohio University in Athens, Ohio
- Who should apply: High achieving juniors from disproportionately represented cultural backgrounds who want to major in business when they go to college and are ranked within the top 30% of their class. You must have at least a 3.0 GPA or higher, and evidence of honors, AP or college level course work.
- What's included: Room, board, meals and program fees will be covered. You will need to provide personal spending money and transportation to and from Athens.
- Application Deadline: Friday, April 14, 2017
- Apply online for the Ohio U Summer Jr. Executive Business Prog. for Students from Underrepresented Backgrounds.
Post-secondary Planning Center services around summer opportunities
The Post-secondary Planning Center gathers information and informs students about a variety of summer opportunities, including current (summer) employment, career exploration programs, and academic programs. Though some are more future-focused, all of these summer opportunities help students gain skills and experience that will benefit them for life.
Notices about these opportunities are posted at the top of this web page and in the weekly announcements that appear in the News/What's New section of this website (a link to these announcements is emailed each week in the principal's "Weekly Update" email).