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This website provides a directory of summer educational programs and camps for high school students and middle school students. Summer programs and camps can provide excellent learning opportunities for students during the summer months. The directory on this website is designed to provide information about a variety of summer educational programs and camps that are available for high school students and middle school students.

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The website is designed to provide a directory of a variety of types of summer educational programs and camps such as pre-college programs, enrichment programs, science programs, engineering programs, computer camps, leadership programs, study abroad programs, writing programs, internship programs, academic camps, art programs, scholastic camps, music programs, drama programs, business programs, online summer courses, and more.

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Summer educational programs and camps can benefit high school students and middle school students academically, socially, as well as personally. The benefits of participating in a summer educational programs and camps can include providing students with an opportunity to learn about a topic of interest at an in-depth level, preparing for the transition from high school to college, exploring career fields of interest, increasing academic motivation, learning in a new environment, extending education and learning beyond the school year, engaging in discussions with other students, enhancing interpersonal skills, learning from college instructors or other experts, and developing friendships with peers. In addition, many summer educational programs and camps take place on college campuses, which enables high school students to gain experiences in a college environment. For frequently asked questions about summer educational programs and camps, click FAQs.

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Description:  Summer College offers unique programs designed to let students explore talents and interests through credit and noncredit academic programs ranging from 2 to 6-weeks in length. Courses and programs are offered in more than 25 academic departments. All programs are designed to give you a realistic view of undergraduate coursework in a field that interests you.

Participants
:  High school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year of high school

Summer program website
www.summercollege.syr.edu


 

Description: Emerson College offer 5-week pre-college academic summer programs in filmmaking, acting, musical theatre performing, stage design, and creative writing; and 2-week programs in journalism and political communication (PAL). At Emerson, students focus on acquiring skills by doing, meet other students who share their passion for arts and communication, and gain an understanding of college life.

Participants
: High school students entering grades 10, 11 and 12 during the 2014-2015 academic year may apply to programs in Stage Design, Filmmaking, Creative Writing, Journalism, or Political Communication. Students entering grades 11 and 12 may apply to Studio Programs in Acting or Musical Theatre. Rising seniors and exceptional rising juniors may apply to participate in Pre-College Credit Programs in either Film Writing or Film Production, where they will earn 8-college credits upon successful completion of the 5-week credit program.

Summer program website
: http://www.emerson.edu/academics/professional-studies/programs-high-school-students


 

Description: Founded in 1996, SPI High School Study Abroad Programs offers high quality French, Italian, Chinese, and Spanish language immersion summer programs exclusively for high school students.  We believe traveling abroad develops independence and maturity by expanding students knowledge of the world and increasing their understanding of other cultures. All SPI high school study abroad programs are unique and personalized global experiences designed to build leadership qualities that help students succeed both in college and in their future endeavors.  Our programs are guided by experienced educators with small group sizes that make traveling abroad exciting, educational, and truly inspiring.

Participants
: High school students.

Summer program website
: http://www.spiabroad.com/


 



Summer Discovery Pre-College Summer Enrichment Programs for High School Students

 

Summer Discovery Pre-College Enrichment Programs for High School Students

Description: Summer Discovery is an all-inclusive pre-college experience; living on a college campus, participating in activities, exploring great cities, having fun and making friends from all over the world. Freedom with support and balance, that's Summer Discovery. For over 48 years, high school students from around the globe have enjoyed summers filled with fun, educational, and innovative activities. While visiting our website, take time to learn about our over 300 course offerings at your program of interest - college credit, research, engineering, sport management, leadership programs, SAT prep, enrichment, writing, community service, college admissions prep, tennis, cooking, and many others.  Summer Discovery offers programs at 13 different locations in 4 countries, and works with universities of the highest caliber, such as University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, Georgetown, and many more!  We invite you to join a wonderful group of teenagers from all over the U.S. and around the world this summer and experience a great summer program for teens! 

Participants:  High school students in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 (ages 14-18).

Program website: http://www.summerdiscovery.com

 

 

 


University of Dayton Vocal Performance Summer Institute for High School Students

 

Description: The Vocal Performance Institute is a week-long summer program for high school aged singers. It gives students a chance to experience college music curriculum and to work with fabulous resident artists from the University of Dayton, Dayton Opera and the Human Race Theatre. Workshops that include audition techniques, stage comportment, introduction to diction (and more!) are combined with daily voice lessons and regular master-classes to complete a power-packed week of inspiration and learning. This institute is a wonderful experience for those planning to major in music or those who simply love to perform and want to learn more. Both resident and commuter participants are welcome. 

The University of Dayton is extremely generous with scholarships. Over 90% of past participants received sizable aid. That combined with our highly qualified faculty, fantastic facilities and expanded curriculum make us one of Ohio's premier summer programs!

Visit us on facebook to learn more about our faculty, facilities and extracurricular activities. 
Visit our website to learn more and apply: www.go.udayton.edu/vpi

Participants: High school students.
Program website: www.go.udayton.edu/vpi

 

 

 


Shakespeare Academy at Stratford Connecticut Summer Program for High School Students

 
Shakespeare Academy @ Stratford

Description: Shakespeare Academy @ Stratford is a rigorous creative intensive in scholarship and performance, designed for an ensemble of committed thinkers and artists. Defined by its collaborative spirit, SA@S combines the inquiry and discipline of playing Shakespeare with the creative opportunities of contemporary ensemble theater-making, culminating in the performance of two Shakespeare plays in repertory. Our two plays this summer are Cymbeline and Hamlet. Students are more than actors and scholars at SA@S, they will learn vital tools necessary to create their own productions as an ensemble, devising all of the design and production elements together under the guidance of professional directors. Throughout the summer students will also study with visiting artists and academics. All of them exceptional teachers, they come from New York City, Los Angeles, and the American Shakespeare Center. They will lead masterclasses in Movement & Composition, Voice, Stage Combat, Devising, Scholarship, Design, Playwriting, and Shakespeare's Monologues. Weekly work-in-progress showings and attendance at plays and local events in Stratford, CT will also complement our rigorous course of study and performance. 

Participants: Students in college and graduating seniors in high school from any discipline are eligible to apply for the inaugural 16-person ensemble. 
Program website: www.shakespeareacademystratford.org

 



Ohio State University Summer Veterinary Prep Camp for High School Students

 
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Buckeye Vet Prep Camp

Description: Buckeye Vet Prep camp is a five day camp that give participants an opportunity to learn about veterinary medicine through seminars, hands-on labs, field trips, demonstrations and workshops at one of the premier veterinary schools in the country.  If you love science, animals and people then you don’t want to miss this opportunity to explore the diverse career options in veterinary medicine.
 
Participants: High school students.
Program websitehttp://vet.osu.edu/osuvetcamp

 

 


University of California Los Angeles UCLA Summer Nanolab Program for High School Students

 

Description: The Sci | Art NanoLab is a highly competitive summer program for high school juniors and seniors interested in collaborating with diverse and notable minds to challenge traditional, polarized perspectives of the arts and sciences. Throughout the 2-week intensive program, students will make connections between cutting edge scientific research, popular culture and contemporary arts. Lab visits, workshops, hands-on experiments, and meetings with world renowned scientists will be balanced with visits to museums, daily movie screenings and meetings with famous contemporary artists who collaborate with scientists.

Participants: High school juniors and seniors.

Summer program website
: http://artsci.ucla.edu/summer

 

 

 

Duke University Summer Academy for High School Students

 
Duke University Summer Academy
for High School Students (Grades 9 - 12)

Description: The Duke University Summer Academy for High School Students is a three-week, non-credit-bearing program. The program attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world. Immerse yourself in an international experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment to become a successful global citizen and improve your leadership skills.

Participants
: High school students - grades 9 - 12.
Program website: http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/duke-summer-academy

 

 

 


Abbey Road Summer Educational Study Abroad and Enrichment Programs for High School Students

 

Description: Abbey Road provides quality academic study abroad summer programs that facilitate cross-cultural understanding, personal growth and academic enrichment. Abbey Road was created through a collaboration of the best young professionals and educators from top schools and esteemed institutions in the United States and Europe. The study abroad summer programs are designed for high school students to be able to experience true cultural and language immersion abroad and pre-college preparation, SAT prep and enrichment in the U.S. Our academic curriculum includes a wide variety of subjects, from international relations and leadership to environmental politics, from art and art history to foreign languages and cultures, from sports to photography, fashion and cuisine.
Eligible Participants: High school students
Program website: http://www.goabbeyroad.com

 



Summer Study Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

 

 

Description: The leader in pre-college programs combining stimulating academics with exciting sports/recreational activities, nightlife, sightseeing, foreign culture and travel weekends. Both enrichment and college credit programs are offered at Penn State University, The University of Colorado at Boulder, Fordham University (NYC) and at The Sorbonne in Paris (France). 

Participants: High school students completing 9th through 12th grade. Please contact us for information about our Middle School program for students completing grade 8. 

Program website: http://www.SummerStudy.com

 

 


Julian Krinsky Summer Enrichment Programs for High School Students

 

Description: JKCP’s Enrichment program offers over 20 specialized experiences to high school students. The weekly summer academic, science, and sport courses are taught by college professors and top-of-the line professionals in their fields. Students choose two courses each week in SAT Prep, Cooking, Engineering, Fashion Design, Tennis, Golf, Robotics, Business Leadership and more! Some courses are offered for College Credit from Villanova University. Students come from over 40 U.S. states and 35 different countries. Get the real pre-college experience by meeting students from all over the world and live at the beautiful Villanova campus. Residential students also experience evening activities and weekend trips to regional destinations such as NYC, Washington D.C., NJ beaches, and more.

Participants
: High school students.

Summer program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/enrichment

 


University of Pennsylvania Summer Medical Program for High School Students

 

Description: The Penn Medicine Summer Program is a summer medical camp program for high school juniors and senior considering a career in medicine or medical research. This pre-college medical camp is designed to expose students to the fascinating world of modern medicine. Students learn at the Perelman School of Medicine at UPenn. The course features lectures, demonstrations, discussions, hands-on sessions, and field excursions. Students will get the opportunity to experience several different medical careers and get an in-depth perspective on what it takes to become a doctor. This is an opportunity for high school students to live at UPenn, experience what medical school is really like and evaluate if it is the right choice for them.

Participants
: Rising high school juniors and seniors, ages 16 - 18.

Summer program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/medicine/

 

 

 

 

iD Summer Tech Camps for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: Develop a mobile app, learn to code in C++/Java/iOS, create a video game, mod in Minecraft, or make a movie. Imaginations soar as ages 7-17 transform interests into projects of their own. Beginner to advanced students collaborate with friends and develop problem-solving and technical skills, gaining confidence and a competitive advantage. Weeklong day and overnight STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) summer programs held at 80 prestigious universities nationwide including Stanford, Princeton, and others. Fun, project-based learning in small classes (8:1 student to instructor ratio, guaranteed) led by tech-savvy staff. Accredited Continuing Education Units available. Also, 2-week, pre-college Academies for ages 13-18: iD Programming Academy, iD Game Design & Development Academy, and iD Film Academy.

Participants:
High school students, middle school students, and elementary students (7-17).

Summer program website:
iD Tech Camps Weeklong Computer Tech Camps for Kids and Teens

 

 

 

Summer Junior Discovery Summer Enrichment Programs for Middle School Students

 

Description:  Jr. Discovery is a unique 3 week summer enrichment experience for teenagers completing grades 6, 7 and 8.  At Jr. Discovery, learning is everywhere - in the classroom, dorm room, dining hall, on-stage, the tennis court or ball field, on trips and excursions, and the daily interaction between peers, dynamic teachers and Resident Counselors. Since 1966, the Musiker Family has been directing outstanding educational experiences for teenagers. As parents ourselves, we realize middle school students are at an important crossroads in their development. Life poses many new challenges, opportunities, emotions, and rewards. Jr. Discovery is designed to facilitate a positive transition from adolescence to young adulthood and from middle school to high school. Our innovative Skills for Mind and Body curriculum inspires independent thinking, creativity, personal growth, self-confidence, time management and life skills. Additionally, through cooperative living and positive mentoring by a superb group of Resident Counselors, our students experience the finest, caring supervision, group dynamics, and mutual respect. Best of all, Jr. Discovery is a summer of new friendships with students from all over the USA and the world. In the Jr. Discovery community, everyone is welcome and everyone belongs.  We look forward to welcoming you to our community this summer.

Participants:  Middle school students in grades 6, 7, and 8 (ages 12-14).

Program website: http://www.jrdiscovery.com

 

 



Duke Summer Youth Programs for High School Students, Middle School Students, and Elementary Students

 
Duke University Summer Youth Programs

Description: Experience a summer of vibrant and challenging academic enrichment opportunities at Duke University! For over 30 years, Duke Youth Programs, hosted by Duke Continuing Education, has offered a wide range of intellectually stimulating and fun activities for middle and high school students. Participant can choose from a variety of options---writing, science, math, computers, leadership and precollege. Held on Duke University’s beautiful campus, participants will have the chance to experience college life and meet friends from all over the world.

Participants: High school students and middle school students

Summer program website: http://learnmore.duke.edu/youth/


 

 

 


Summer Discovery Summer Internship Programs for High School Students

 

Description: The Discovery Internships program is a 4 week all-inclusive summer internship experience. We offer customized internships in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, London, and Shanghai in 25+ industries including Finance, Entrepreneurship, Medicine, Law, Fashion, Film & Television, Public Relations, Veterinary Medicine and many more. Whether you are a high school student looking to gain clarity on college choices or fields of potential study or just looking for a meaningful summer in one of the greatest cities in the world, you’ve come to the right place. Whatever your needs, Discovery Internships' customized programs will help you explore your future.  In addition to gaining hands-on, career-focused learning opportunities, participants explore and live in an exciting city. Our programs feature a safe and fun living and learning environment based in a college residence hall. A meal plan, 24-hour staff supervision, and a host of cultural, recreational, and other community events and excursions around the city are all included. Our participants receive access to supplementary professional development workshops that enhance the internship learning experience and help students excel in both the college classroom and the workplace. Students receive academic credit for their internship and completion of coursework from New York University (NYU).

Participants:  High school students in grades 10, 11, and 12 (ages 15-18).

Program website: http://www.discoveryinternships.com

 

 

 

 

University of Illinois Summer Global Studies Program for High School Students

 
The Sustainable Futures Summer Program for High School Students is organized by the Center for Global Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

What is sustainability?
The global climate is changing. Fossil fuels can’t last forever. The global population has passed 7 billion. Is the concept of modern civilization under threat? What is needed to put society on a path that can safely take humanity to the 22nd century and beyond? The answers will surprise you.
In this summer course we’ll see how the fields of culture, politics, economics, physics and biology interact to reveal what will happen in a sustainable future.
Join Professor Jonathan Tomkin for this one-week intensive course that combines lectures and discussions about the fundamental challenges of sustainability with case-study investigations of local practice. Students will do research, visit field sites and make team presentations on their findings. Students will experience college life & earn one college credit.

Participants: Eligible students are rising high school juniors and seniors and graduated seniors.
Program website: For more information, visit the website: http://cgs.illinois.edu/globalstudiesworkshop/2014

 

 

 



Northwestern University Summer College Prep Program for High School Students

 

Northwestern University College Prep Summer Program
for High School Students

Description: The College Prep Program allows high school students to experience college life at Northwestern University in the summer. Take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in an intensive noncredit IN FOCUS seminar, both taught by Northwestern faculty and instructors. Choose from more than 300 courses in virtually every academic discipline. Course credit earned in the College Prep Program can be transferred to undergraduate programs at many other universities. Courses are flexibly scheduled, ranging from three-week intensive courses in science and languages, and four to eight weeks for most other offerings. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose you to today’s important topics and the best of Northwestern’s faculty, but without the time commitment and cost of enrolling in a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study.

Participants: Students who have completed their junior year of high school by the date the program begins.

Program website: http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/collegeprep

 

 

 

 


University of California Berkeley embARC Summer Design Academy for High School Students

 
embARC Summer Design Academy for High School Students
at the University of California, Berkeley

Description: embARC is an intensive four-week summer design academy for high school students held at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design (CED). The program brings together students from diverse backgrounds to study architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through a series of workshops, lectures, field trips, and design:build studios. Participants will experience what it is like to work on their own design projects in a studio environment. With a locally-based project, students will have the opportunity to make first-hand observations of the area through numerous guided site visits, which will help inform the individual design proposals. Additionally, students will learn about the construction process through a hands-on design:build project in CED’s fabrication workshop. Working along trained professionals, students will build a full size structure for the benefit of a local community organization. Students who fulfill the course requirements will receive a letter grade for a 1-unit college course. Residential and commuter options are available.

Participants: High school students entering their senior year of school and exceptional students entering their junior year are encouraged to apply. To apply, students must complete the on-line application found on the embARC website. Enrollment is limited and students are encouraged to apply early.

Program website: http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/college/academics/embarc

 

 

 

360 Summer Study Abroad and Travel Summer Program for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: 360° Student Travel by Westcoast Connection allows you to step in a new direction. Travel, volunteer, photograph the world, improve your Spanish language skills or get a taste of college life. Our itineraries travel throughout the United States, Canada, Europe (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, England, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland), Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Costa Rica, Africa, Peru, Ecuador & the Galapagos and Thailand.

Participants
: High school students and middle school students

Summer program website
: www.360studenttravel.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Dallas Summer Educational Programs for High School Students

 

University of Dallas Arete: An Introduction to the Classics Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students

Description: Authors of essential texts of Western civilization will be your teachers over the course of 14 days as you live and study on our Irving campus. Students view films, visit celebrated art museums and attend Shakespeare in the Park while they develop and hone their reading and writing skills in the classroom. College Credit is available.
Participants: High school students.
Summer program website: http://www.udallas.edu/academics/summer/hs/arete

University of Dallas - Shakespeare in Italy Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students

Description
: Come travel with us to Rome to share Shakespeare's passion for Italy and our passion for the Bard. Students will stay on our beautiful campus in Due Santi and travel to sites where Shakespeare set some of his most famous plays during the 18-day program. College Credit is available.
Participants: High school students.
Summer program website: http://www.udallas.edu/academics/summer/hs/italy

University of Dallas - Latin in Rome Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students

Description
Latin in Rome seeks intermediate and advanced students of Latin who desire to refine and deepen their understanding of the language and the Romans who spoke it. Students combine daily visits to archaeological and historical sites in and around Rome and Naples with intensive small group tutorials on relevant passages in Latin. A minimum of three years of high school Latin is required.
Participants: High school students.
Summer program website: http://www.udallas.edu/academics/summer/hs/latin

 

 

Description: Summer Scholars balances educational, recreational and cultural activities to enrich the learning experience of rising 7-12th graders. Scholars experience a taste of life as a Clemson University student and spend a week studying specialized subjects. View the Clemson Scholars website for information on the subjects.

Participants: High school students and middle school students - rising 7th - 12th Graders.

Summer program website
: http://www.clemson.edu/summer/summer-science/


 

Description: At SEE EC, high school students will experience college life, attend innovative, small classes led by some of our best faculty, and earn three (3) college credits. This college experience will be educational and fun. A key component of this program is a focus on College Success Skills that will help to better prepare the attendees for a successful transition to college when the time comes. Additionally, the program includes many fun activities, including three off-campus excursions. All transportation and fees are included in the program cost. Mark Twain did his best work during his Summers in Elmira, so can you!

Participants
: High school students, grades 10, 11, and 12.

Summer program website
: www.elmira.edu/seeec


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duke University Summer College Program for High School Students

 

Get ahead this summer and earn college credit with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer College for High School Students.  If you are a current grade 10th or 11th grade student, you are eligible to apply as early as December 2, 2013.  Apply early as the program fills quickly!

Summer College for High School Students, a four-week, credit-bearing program offered by Duke University, attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world.  Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment conducive for collegiate success. 

Why choose Duke for your summer college experience?

  • Earn college credit while studying in classes with Duke undergraduate students and your international peers.
  • Enjoy an unparalleled residential program and make friends from around the world.
  • Choose from four evening classes to complete your academic experience and prepare for success in college.
  • Experience authentic college residential life by living in an undergraduate residence hall on Duke University’s world-renowned campus.

June 28 (arrival) to July 25 (departure), 2014

View the Summer College Student Blog: http://sites.duke.edu/summersession2013/

For more information please contact The Office of Continuing Studies and Summer Session at +(919) 684-6259 or email Dr. Nicki Charles at nicki.charles@duke.edu

Participants: Current 10th and 11th grade high school students.
Program website: http://summersession.duke.edu/visiting_students/summer-college-for-high-school-students

New Program for 2014! Summer Academy for High School Students (grades 9 - 12) at Duke University. Information Coming Soon.

 

 

 

 


Emagination Summer Computer Camps for High School Student and Middle School Students

 

Description: Technology learning PLUS Summer Camp Fun! Emagination blends the latest in technology with fun non-tech activities that create a well-rounded summer camp experience for kids & teens ages 8 -17. Two-week sessions allow time to make friends and become part of a community.

Beginners to experts choose three technology workshops. Unleash Creativity in 3D Animations, Digital Music, Flash, Photoshop. Learn Coding in Minecraft Modding, iApps, Scratch, Java, C#. Design Video Games – RPG, Action, Strategy, Mobile, Minecraft. Build Robots and RC Cars.

Recreation and socializing are important! Campers get unplugged in outdoor games, swimming, a talent show, camper groups and more.

University locations in Fairfield, Connecticut and near Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Atlanta bring together “kids like me” from nearby towns, states across America and many foreign countries. It’s Worth the Trip!

Participants
: kids and teens: Ages 8 - 17

Summer program website
: www.ComputerCamps.com

 

 

 

Rosetta Institute's Summer Science Programs for High School Students

 

Description: An advanced class for high achieving high school students interested in pursuing a career in medicine or related fields, such as pharmacy, nursing, biomedical research or drug development. Through engaging lectures and hands-on laboratory classes, students learn about normal molecular and cellular biology, and then learn how these normal processes are distorted to cause the development of cancer. To conclude the workshop, students use what they have learned to create an original research project on a gene of their choice. The workshops are held at the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and Yale University.

Participants: Mature, high achieving high school students ages 14-18 who have previously taken high school biology. Exceptions can be made for students who are constrained by certain circumstances. International students are welcome to attend.

Program website: http://www.rosettainstitute.org/#!cancer-neuroscience-workshops/crty

 

 

 


iD Game Design Summer Program for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: Instead of just playing games, create, design, and develop your own! Pre-college summer programs where ages 13-18 spend 2 weeks immersed in game design, development, programming, and 3D modeling. Held at top universities including Stanford, Harvard, and others. Learn from Academy faculty, collaborate in small classes (8:1 student to instructor ratio), and learn how game development can lead to a college degree and even a rewarding career. Tour a game studio and work with software from Microsoft, Epic Games, Autodesk, and Google. Also, late-night gaming tournaments. Graduate with a portfolio and receive (optional) Continuing Education Units. Additional Academies include iD Programming Academy and iD Film Academy. Weeklong, day and overnight camps for kids and teens ages 7-17 at iD Tech Camps.
Participants:
High school students and middle school students (13-18).

Summer program website:
iD Game Design & Development Academy Pre-College Program for Teens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Dayton Summer Engineering Camps for High School Students

 

University of Dayton Women in Engineering Summer Camp for High School Students

Description: A six-day residential program sponsored by the University of Dayton that introduces high school women to the wide range of career opportunities available to them in the various fields of engineering. Participants experience a total immersion into the world of engineering with classroom activities taught by School of Engineering faculty and/or practicing engineers. Throughout the week, they gain an understanding of chemical, civil, computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering; and engineering technology. The participants also attend challenging evening sessions in areas such as innovation, computer vision and wide area surveillance, and sustainable engineering. The young women enjoy an evening of Dinner with an Engineer and hear from professional women engineers who are willing to share and ready to encourage. One day of the camp is spent at a sponsoring industry observing engineers.
Participants:  High school female students.
Program website: http://www.udayton.edu/engineering/hs_programs/women_in_engineering_summer_camp.php

University of Dayton Summer Honors Engineering Camp for High School Students

Description: Learn how to design and innovate challenging engineering topics. Explore career options. Interact with other motivated, bright students and supportive faculty. Explore engineering through hands-on activities in each area of engineering in state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment, solve problems from the real world, meet experienced engineers who will give you insight in the field, and get a taste of college life by staying in a residence hall, making new friends and participating in social activities. If you are a current honors high school freshman, sophomore or junior, apply today. There is a minimum GPA requirement of 3.5/4.0. Camp will be held June 16-21, 2014. Visit go.udayton.edu/engr/honors_camp/ for more information.
Participants: Honors high school freshman, sophomores, and juniors.
Program website: go.udayton.edu/engr/honors_camp/

The University of Dayton Minority Engineering and Technology Enrichment Camp for Young Men

Description: This week-long camp will introduce you to career opportunities in engineering and technology with college-level classes and exciting hands-on experiments. Academic coaches will help build the skills that you will need to ace the ACT and SAT. And you will learn about the college admission process, including how to select a college and apply for scholarships. Open to minority high school men who will be seniors in the fall 2014, are U.S. citizens and currently are enrolled in a college-preparatory program with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Camp will be held June 22-28, 2014.
Participants: High school males who will be seniors in the fall of 2014 and who meet the other requirements included in the description.
Program website: http://www.udayton.edu/engineering/hs_programs/metec.php

 

 

 


Emory University Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: The Emory Pre-College Program is a summer academic program for high school students. It gives college-bound rising juniors and rising seniors an exciting glimpse of academic and residential life at a top-ranked national university. High school students may explore topics with professors who are the leading experts in their fields, enroll in classes with college students, and earn transferable college credit. Two-week non-credit courses, and six-week credit courses are available.  Emory Pre-College students live together in a dorm on campus or within commuting distance with their families and participate in a variety of programs, activities, and excursions designed to prepare them for college life. 

Students will enjoy the beautiful, tree-lined Emory campus and its outstanding facilities, meet new people and make lifelong friends. Students come from all across the U.S. and the world. Ranked #20 by U.S. News and World Report and #15 by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance for best values among private universities, Emory University offers a small liberal arts college environment within a major research university.

Participants: High school students.

Summer p
rogram websitehttp://precollege.emory.edu

 

 

 

 

Babson College Summer Study Programs for High School Students

 

Description:  Babson’s Summer Study for High School Students provides a living/learning laboratory for students to focus on applying and advancing their knowledge in business and entrepreneurship. In this collaborative community, students will gain the tools and experience first-hand how to impact and reshape organizations, industries, and the world. 

Babson Entrepreneurial Development Experience: Entrepreneurship of All Kinds  | For Rising HS Juniors and Seniors | A five week, residential, academic credit bearing experience for the current or aspiring entrepreneur who wants to create innovative, real-world solutions to economic, social, and environmental issues through the lens of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action. Students will work together on new venture ideas to discover how to develop and grow new ventures through lessons of market research, feasibility analysis, and other business concepts while identifying the ways in which their businesses fit into the greater world picture.  

Participants
: High school students.

Program website
: www.babson.edu/summerstudy


 


Washington University in St. Louis Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: Washington University’s high school summer programs provide academically talented high school students with a unique opportunity—the chance to try out college, the ability to earn college credit, and the excitement of living and bonding with fellow students from around the country and the world. We offer programs in engineering, medicine, leadership, writing, and more.

Participants
: High school students - freshmen - senior: ages 14 - 18.

Summer program website
: summerexperiences.wustl.edu


 


Westcoast Connection Summer Travel Programs for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: Westcoast Connection / 360° Student Travel has over 30 years of experience showing teenagers the summer of a lifetime. We offer Active Teen Tours, Community Service, Language, Pre-College Enrichment, Photography, and Global Adventure programs. Our itineraries travel throughout the United States, Canada, Europe (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, England, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland), Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Costa Rica, Africa, Peru, Ecuador & the Galapagos and Thailand.

Participants
: High school students and middle school students

Summer program website
: www.westcoastconnection.com 

 

 

 


iD Computer Programming Summer Program for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: Calling all coders! Gain a competitive edge and learn how programming can become a college degree and even a rewarding career. Pre-college summer programs where ages 13-18 spend 2 weeks immersed in programming, app development, or robotics engineering. Held at top universities including Stanford, MIT, Princeton, Yale, and others. Learn from experienced Academy faculty and collaborate in small classes (max 8:1 student to instructor ratio, guaranteed). Tour an app development studio and work with programs and platforms like Java, C++, Xcode, Objective-C, Minecraft, iOS, Android, and Arduino. Graduate with a portfolio and receive (optional) accredited Continuing Education Units. Additional academies include iD Game Design & Development Academy and iD Film Academy. Also weeklong, day and overnight camps for kids and teens ages 7-17 at iD Tech Camps.

Participants:
High school students and middle school students (13-18).

Summer program website:
iD Programming Academy Pre-College Program for Teens

 

 



iD Film Academy Summer Program for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: Put your creativity to use while exploring the NYU, UC Berkeley, or Yale campus and using New York City, the SF Bay Area, or New Haven, CT as your film or photography backdrop. Pre-college summer programs where ages 13-18 discover how visual arts can lead to a college degree and even a rewarding career. Learn from experienced Academy faculty, tour a film studio, and explore a top university like NYU, UC Berkeley, or Yale. Collaborate in small classes (max 8:1 student to instructor ratio, guaranteed) and work with Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator. Graduate with a portfolio and receive (optional) accredited Continuing Education Units. Additional Academies include iD Programming Academy and iD Game Design & Development Academy. Weeklong, day and overnight camps for kids and teens ages 7-17 at iD Tech Camps.

Participants:
High school students and middle school students (13-18).

Summer program website: iD Film Academy Pre-College Program for Teens

 

 

 

 

 


University of Maryland Young Scholars Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: This summer, the Young Scholars Program invites high school students with exceptional ability and promise to an exceptional pre-college experience at the University of Maryland. From July 13–August 1, rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors pursue academic interests, discover career opportunities, and earn three university credits. Dynamic faculty challenge Young Scholars to explore bold ideas and new ways of learning. During three unforgettable weeks, students engage in creative problem solving with equally talented peers from across the United States and around the world.

In the Young Scholars Program, students select one three-credit course and devote a large part of their time attending class, enjoying field trips or guest speakers, studying, working on projects, and preparing for exams. Learning continues with college seminars, workshops, and social activities that encourage the exchange of ideas and lend to the development of lasting friendships. Participants have access to many of the same world-class facilities used by Maryland’s full-time college students. This summer, explore university life at the University of Maryland with the Young Scholars Program!

Applications accepted beginning February 11, 2014. Program admission is competitive and contingent upon space availability.

Find Out More!

Web site: ysp.umd.edu/sep
E-mail: ysp@umd.edu

 

 

 



University of Maryland Young Scholars Discovery Summer Program for Middle School Students

 

Description: Young Scholars Discovery, July 20–August 1, 2014, welcomes middle school students to an exceptional learning opportunity at the University of Maryland. Discovery nurtures academically talented students who share similar interests, abilities, and goals. Discovery scholars explore career opportunities, engage with experts in innovative fields, collaborate during interactive seminars, and learn about university life at Maryland.

The Discovery program offers diverse courses that encourage creative reasoning and problem solving. Faculty provide dynamic instruction, challenging students to explore bold ideas and acquire new skills and knowledge. The learning continues with interactive afternoon seminars, social activities, a weekend day trip to Washington, DC, and more. This summer, discover, explore, grow, and learn at the University of Maryland with Young Scholars Discovery!

Applications accepted beginning February 11, 2014. Admission is competitive and contingent upon space availability.

To learn more, visit our Web site ysdiscovery.umd.edu/sep or e-mail ysp@umd.edu.


 

Juniper Institute for Young Writers Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: The Juniper Institute for Young Writers is an extraordinary nine-day creative writing program for writers who are finishing their sophomore, junior, or senior years of high school. Hosted by the University of Massachusetts MFA Program for Poets and Writers, the Institute offers participants a unique opportunity: intensive workshops, craft sessions, and studio courses designed especially for young writers and unparalleled exposure to world-renowned authors through readings and Q&As.

Participants: Recently completed sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school.

Summer program website: http://www.umass.edu/juniperyoungwriters/

 

 

 

Barnard College Summer Programs for High School Students

 

Description: At Barnard College, enrich your academic experience and get a head start on college in the world’s greatest city. Barnard offers opportunities to discover New York City in and out of the classroom while taking fascinating classes with our world-renowned faculty, exploring careers and interests from architecture to psychology, making friends from around the world, and getting a head start on college applications through our admissions workshops.

Participants: Eligibility: Rising high school juniors and seniors (entering 11th or 12th grade), 4-week and 1-week liberal arts intensive, coed...Young Women's Leadership Institute and Dance in the City, women only.

Program websitewww.barnard.edu/precollege

 

 

Pre-College Study at Wesleyan University
for High School Students

Description: Wesleyan University is known for its exceptional faculty and small, liberal-arts college experience. The Wesleyan experience – intellectual, exciting, transformative – is now available to pre-college students, on campus or online.

ON-CAMPUS: Current high school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to take courses on campus at Wesleyan University during the summer, enjoying academic, social, and intellectual opportunities that cannot be found in a high school classroom. For five weeks, you will be a member of the Wesleyan community, taking courses alongside Wesleyan students to earn full college credit. Wesleyan offers two Sessions; Session I (May 29 - June 27), and Session I (July 1 – July 30). On–campus housing is available for pre-college students in July only.
On-Campus courses this summer include: Drawing I, Introduction to GIS, The Graphic Novel, Political Communication, Elementary Statistics, Field Methods in Archeology, Digital Media, Principles of Biology I (with lab), Introduction to Computer Programming…and more

ONLINE: Fully-online seminars, taught by Wesleyan faculty, have been developed specifically with high-achieving high school juniors and seniors in mind. These courses are intended to bring the benefits of Wesleyan University directly to you. You can log in, interact with classmates, participate in writing and interactive projects, complete assignments, and gain valuable, individualized feedback from your professors, all on a schedule that works for you. Online courses are available in summer, fall and spring terms. Online Pre-college courses offered: Topics in Psychology, Flash Fiction, Introduction to Environmental Studies, History of Rock & R&B

Participants: High School Juniors and Seniors

Summer program website
: http://www.wesleyan.edu/precollege


 

 

Alfred University Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: Alfred University’s residential summer programs offer in-depth instruction in Astronomy, Art Portfolio Prep, Creative Writing, Consumer Chemistry, Computers, Ceramic & Glass Engineering, Robotics, Renewable Energy Engineering, Theater, Equestrian and Swimming.  Classes, taught by distinguished members of the University faculty and advanced graduate students, are kept small to allow for lots of individualized attention.  When not in class, campers enjoy fun recreational activities along with time to relax and get to know one another. Out-of-class supervision is provided by our team of Resident Assistants, who are specially trained to serve as camp counselors, positive role models, mentors and friends.  Our campus is located in a peaceful village in western New York State, surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful meadows and valleys. Campers stay in clean, modern residence halls and all-you-can-eat, cafeteria-style meals are served in the University dining hall. With Alfred University’s excellence in teaching and quality programming, this is the perfect place to spend an enjoyable week or two learning, making friends, and experiencing life on a college campus!

Participants
: Students aged 14-17.

Summer program website
: www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/

 

 

Description: Ideas matter. At SAIC, we believe meaning and making are inseparable. Our studios are laboratories, where conceptual thinking, art making, and design skills are developed and strengthened. The Early College Program (ECP) Summer Institute provides high school students the necessary creative freedom to develop a structured dialogue between ideas and process. Mirroring the methods and practices of contemporary artists and designers, students choose courses within focused disciplines, yet retain opportunities to freely explore media in order to build a strong portfolio. Students are encouraged to explore a wide variety of materials and processes to discover new ways of defining their creative practice.

Why ECP Summer Institute?

  • Students who complete the ECP Summer Institute receive college credit and have the portfolio requirement of their SAIC undergraduate application waived.
  • ECP Summer Institute students receive college-level instruction from SAIC’s outstanding faculty with additional support from student Teaching Assistants.
  • Individual portfolio review sessions are available.
  • Students have access to SAIC’s extensive resources, including the Art Institute of Chicago museum.

Participants: High school students who have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior year are eligible to enroll in the ECP Summer Institute. Housing, merit scholarships, and need-based aid are available. Two- and three-week sessions begin June 24 and July 8, 2013.

Summer program website
: saic.edu/ecp


 

 

University of Pennsylvania Summer Art Program for High School Students

 

Description: This pre-college art program prepares students ages 14 – 18 for college admissions as you experience college life and create your portfolio. You'll work with Penn Faculty in Penn's art studios as you create art and develop your artistic expression. Art students choose various classes ranging from drawing and painting to graphic design and filmmaking. Experiment with different artistic disciplines, learn new skills, and build your visual portfolio.

Students also live at the University of Pennsylvania, and participate in evening activities and weekend trips to places such as New York city, Washington D.C., Baltimore, MD, and more.

Participants: High school students, ages 14 - 18.

Summer program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/artsatpenn/

 

 


GERI Summer Camps for High School Students and Middle School Students

 

Description: Every summer, for over 34 years, GERI has engaged gifted, creative, and talented students from across the country and around the world in residential camps designed to stimulate their imagination and expand their abilities.  Students who have completed grades 5 – 12 live in campus residence halls, take challenging courses, and participate in engaging recreational activities.  GERI offers three programs each year.  At GERI Summer Camps, you will experience intellectual challenges, personal attention from talented and caring staff members, outstanding Purdue facilities, friendships with others from around the world who share similar interests, and enjoyable learning and social experiences.

Participants
: High ability students who have completed grades 5 - 12.

Summer program website
: http://geri.education.purdue.edu/youth_programs/index.html

 

 


University of Pennsylvania Summer Architecture Program for High School Students

 

Description: In-depth architecture program for students ages 14-18 at the University of Pennsylvania.  Express your personal ideas as you explore the architectural design process, from drawing by hand and computer to constructing scale models. Working alongside a culturally diverse mix of students, you'll use the city of Philadelphia's architecture as inspiration and produce your own portfolio.

Participants
: High school students, ages 14 - 18.

Summer program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/architecture/

 

 

Julian Krinsky Summer Internship Program for High School Students

 

Description: There is no better way to understand a job than by actually doing it. That’s exactly what our Summer Internships offer: a chance to do meaningful, hands-on work in the field of your choice. Get one of the best summer internships in Philadelphia before you head off to college! You might be interning with a lawyer, developing marketing campaigns, shadowing a doctor, assisting a vet, or involved with high-profile mentors. Live on campus at the University of Pennsylvania. College credit is now available.

Participants
: High school students, ages 16 - 18.

Summer Program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/internships

 

 

Description:  The four-week residential art prepares high school students for their transition to art college by offering them an opportunity to experience college life and study an undergraduate-level visual arts curriculum.  The program, led by Ringling College faculty, combines intensive studio instruction in five fundamental art and design courses, with in-depth, major-specific immersion workshops. Students build their knowledge of materials and technique, strengthen their ability to solve visual problems, and develop the tools to create strong portfolios for college admissions and scholarships.  Successful completion of PreCollege Perspective earns 3 college credits.
Benefits:

  • Study with Ringling College faculty in their chosen majors.
  • Build and strengthen their skills so they’re primed for their 1st year as Ringling students. 
  • Get comfortable with project-based learning and the project pace.
  • Build relationships with faculty and Ringling upper classmen who will be their mentors.
  • Learn their way around the studios, labs and campus.
  • Earn 3 college credits.

Participants:  Co-ed high school students ages 16-18.

Program website
ringling.edu/precollege


 

 

 

 


Skidmore College Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students

 
Pre-College at Skidmore for High School Students

Description:  Try college on before taking college on! Skidmore's prestigious Pre-College Program in the Liberal and Studio Arts has been preparing talented high school students for college success for more than forty years. High-achieving sophomores, juniors, and seniors from across the country and around the world travel to our Saratoga Springs campus each summer to take part in Skidmore’s five-week Pre-College Program. Students engage in college-level study in the liberal and studio arts amid a beautiful upstate New York campus setting.
 
In Skidmore’s Pre-College Program, high school students earn college credit while studying alongside college students. They work with Skidmore’s nationally recognized faculty and visiting artists and enjoy access to the College’s state-of-the-art facilities and resources. Do your interests range from math to studio art, psychology to English, economics to religion? Skidmore’s unique curriculum allows students to take either two liberal arts courses, two studio art courses, or one of each. Choose a class in an area where your strengths lie, or delve into an unexplored subject to challenge your perceptions and discover new fields of knowledge.
 
Find out for yourself why Skidmore Pre-College alumni describe the program as challenging, fun, enlightening, life-changing, mind-altering, motivational, experimental, adventurous, to name just a few. Come spend July with us and discover your future.

Participants: Rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Summer program website: www.skidmore.edu/precollege


 

 

 

SummerTech Summer Computer and Technology Camps for High School Students, Middle School Students, and Elementary Students

 

Description: SummerTech Computer Camp is an educational and fun experience for boys and girls ages 8-17.  We offer weeklong courses in computer programming (C#, C++ and Java), Flash animation, web design, game design and Machinima.  Each of our courses can be taken for multiple weeks without repeating any content.  Our staff is both home grown from former campers who rise to the top as our most talented leaders and enhanced with top college students who excel in their specific areas. 
SummerTech is a forum where a child can feel comfortable with whom they are so that they have the opportunity to be fully self-expressed.  Our curriculum is sophisticated and flexible to meet the needs of each and every camper individually. 
SummerTech is also well known for our competitive and casual gaming atmosphere.  Take part in nightly and weekly game tournaments as every night is a LAN party.  All day campers are invited to stay until 9pm each night at no extra cost.
We offer sports and outdoor activities every day.  Lunch and dinner are included for every day camper.  Overnight campers stay in our state of the art dormitories and also receive breakfast each morning.  Come find out why SummerTech is not like any other computer camp community in the world.

Participants
: High school students, middle school students, and elementary students, ages 8 - 18.

Summer program website
: http://www.summertech.net/


 

 

 

 

Emagination Game Design Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: GET INSIDE THE GAME! Teens create a 3D video game. Learn creative and technical skills > Join a development team > Build a playable game > Present to a panel of experts > Tour a game design studio > Learn from guest speakers.
Teens 15 – 18 who are serious about learning game design will have fun while learning valuable real world skills in this immersive 14 day 13 night pre-college program.

Choose your role on the development team. Will you be a 3D Animator, Level Designer, Audio Artist, or Programmer? Learn valuable skills using industry standard software --- Maya and 3ds Max from Autodesk, Adobe Photoshop® and Unreal Engine 3 from Epic Games. Design and build your own 3D video game under the direction of Lead Designers (aka the Instructors). Present your game to a panel of industry experts, tour a game studio and learn from game studio guest speakers. Studios providing tours and speakers have included Electronic Arts, Blizzard Entertainment, Rock Star Games, Turbine Inc, Hi-Rez Studios.

IT’S WORTH THE TRIP TO ATLANTA OR BOSTON
Offered at Bentley University near Boston and Mercer University in Atlanta, Emagination Game Design attracts teens from all across America and many foreign countries. We help with transportation by picking up and dropping off at airport and train terminals.

Participants: High school students: Ages 15 - 18

Summer program website
: Emagination Game Design


 

 


Lawrence Technological University Summer Educational Camps for High School Students

 

Description:  LTU offers stimulating academic camps for high school students interested in engineering, technology, design, and science. Professors will introduce you to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios on Lawrence Tech’s 102-acre campus in Southfield, Michigan.
Week-long sessions are held between June 24 and July 26, 2013. You can choose from more than two dozen leading-edge camps, including forensic science, web design, biomedical engineering, robotics, and architecture.
Enjoy day camps or opt for a residential camp. You’ll live in student housing, eat in the cafeteria, and participate in a fun selection of organized activities each evening. Current Lawrence Tech students will be on hand to assist campers.

Participants
: Incoming high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Summer program website
: http://ltu.edu/community_k12/summer_camps.asp


 



American University Summer Communications Program for High School Students
 

Description: Discover the World of Communication is a summer program where high school students learn to build a digital portfolio, script, shoot and edit a film, write a news story like a pro, speak with confidence, persuade, inform, educate and entertain. Our professional, hands-on workshops- open to students entering grades 9 through 12- are taught by American University School of Communication faculty and communication professionals.

During class and after hours explore the city from a variety of angles. View live television and radio broadcasts at local studios such as NBC 4, WTTG Fox 5, NPR and ESPN Radio, cover a Nationals baseball game or WNBA game from a press seat, and tour local attractions including the National Zoo, Newseum, National Cathedral, Georgetown and the Smithsonian museums. Upcoming sessions are June 17-28 and July 1-12, 2013.

Participants
:  High school students

Summer program website
: http://www.american.edu/soc/discover/


 

Julian Krinsky Summer Xploration Program for Middle School Students

 

Description: Julian Krinsky's middle school summer camp is for students ages 10-13. The camp offers courses in sports and fitness, science and technology, arts, cooking, fashion design, photography and more. Students can choose two classes each week. They can follow their passions or try something new in the areas that interest them most.

Students come from over 35 countries and live at the beautiful Haverford College near Philadelphia. There are also evening activities and weekend trips to places such as NYC, Washington DC, amusement parks, and more!

Participants
: Middle school students, ages 10 - 13.

Summer program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/xploration/

 

 


University of Pennsylvania Summer International Relations Summer Program with Model UN Summer Program for High School Students

 

Description: Learn leadership through Model UN! If you're just getting interested in world relations or are already a student of global politics, our pre-college program will increase your experience, knowledge and skills for future leadership. The program features debate, public speaking and research workshops, realistic UN simulations, and guest speakers. Additionally, you will enjoy field trips to the United Nations in New York City and Embassy Row in Washington, DC. Live on campus at the University of Pennsylvania.

Participants
: High school students, ages 15 - 18.

Summer program website
: http://www.jkcp.com/modelun/

 

 

 

 

Oxford Royale Academy Summer Programs for High School Students

 

Description: Oxford Royale Academy (ORA) is a British company with a real passion for international education. Each year our team works harder to compile stimulating and rewarding programmes for all ages, bringing together outstanding teachers (many of whom teach at Oxford University), energetic counsellors, brilliant guest speakers and professional support staff.

With 46 study options across five college campuses, we offer an unrivalled international summer experience in the historic city of Oxford. Many of our students come back year after year, either to take a new programme or a different combination of subjects.

ORA’s range of academic, sporting and cultural options is ever increasing and its international reach is broadening. Getting to Oxford has never been easier or more economical with airlines offering great return flights to London from most countries in the world. If you are thinking of joining ORA we have just one piece of advice - do it!

Participants: High school students and middle school students

Summer program website: http://www.oxford-royale.co.uk

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