Summer Programs: Listed by Topics of Interest
Davidson Institute for Talent Development

This article is a list of summer programs organized by topics of interest and available to students across the nation. The programs mentioned are either designed for gifted students or would be appropriate for profoundly intelligent students. Each listing includes the program's location, a short description and a link.

The following is a list of summer programs organized by topics of interest in two separate categories, summer programs specifically for gifted youth and summer programs that may interest gifted students. The topics of interest include: Arts, Enrichment, Leadership, Literature, Math, Outdoor, Precollege, Science, Technology, Engineering, Varies(for programs that vary in subject category), STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and More.

Links to websites are provided so that parents and students may investigate more about an individual program. While the Davidson Institute does not endorse any specific programs, this list includes programs that have been recommended by parents, professionals and young people associated with the Davidson Institute.

 
Archaeology Crow Canyon Archaeological Center (Cortez, CO) (Colorado)
This Center hosts archaeology summer camps for middle school students ages 8-12 and high school students. Attendees can be part of an ongoing research project working alongside professional archaeologists, learn excavation techniques by digging at a real archaeological site and work with artifacts in the lab. The camps are held for one-week with a three-week High School Field School option for students to earn high school or college credit.
Art, Music, Dance, Theater, Writing Usdan Summer Camps (New York)
Usdan's 1,700 young musicians, dancers, artists, writers and actors establish lifelong friendships with those who share their passion for creative exploration. Usdan offers you a world class faculty and an incredible campus.
Art, Theater, Dance, Music Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp (Michigan)
Programs at Blue Lake are designed to educate through a carefully developed and balanced curriculum as well as elective courses in art, drama, dance, or music.
Art, Theater, Music, Dance Chautauqua Institution (New York)
The institution offers summer classes in art, theater, music, and dance.
Art, Technology, Architecture University of Pennsylvania School of Design, Art & Architecture: Summer at Penn - Julian Krinsky Summer Program (Philadelphia)
Explore the arts and architecture at this four-week intensive studio program for students ages 14 to 18. Art students choose major courses in animation, drawing, filmmaking, painting, photography or sculpture. In addition, they select two-week projects in ceramic wheel throwing, figure drawing, filmmaking, graphic design, photography, printmaking and book arts, or Web design. Architecture students follow a full-day studio intensive every day and do not study a minor.
Arts Interlochen Arts Camp (Michigan)
This residential summer arts program provides students in grades three through 12 the opportunity to train with world-class instructors and work alongside over 2,000 of the world’s best and brightest students.
Cinema, Theater School of Cinema and Performing Arts (SOCAPA) (California,New York,Vermont)
Tired of sitting in the audience? Want to be up on the screen instead? Join the next generation of dramatic performers and visual storytellers at SOCAPA, the School of Cinema and Performing Arts.
Engineering Camp H (Berkeley, CA) (California)
Camp H is a one-of-a-kind design and building camp for girls ages 9-12 that inspires creativity and curiosity through hands-on building, problem-solving, and meaningful making. In both summer and after-school programs, girls will cut plywood with a jigsaw, fuse metal with a welder, and create projects of personal and social relevance.
Engineering, Entrepreneurship Summer Educational Experience at Kent (SEEK) (Connecticut)
Kent School offers four programs designed to give high school students, including those who will be beginning ninth grade, the chance to experience engineering education and entrepreneurship. The Summer Educational Experience at Kent (SEEK) is offered in partnerships with professionals from several institutions, including U. Penn’s Wharton Business School, Harvard Kennedy School, and the Georgia Tech Integrated Product Lifecycle Engineering (IPLE) Laboratory.
Enrichment Academic Talent Development Program (California)
The ATDP offers challenging and enriching academic summer courses for students passionate about learning. The Elementary Division is for those completing K-6th grade and is held near UC Berkeley. The Secondary Division is for those completing 7th–11th grade and brings academically talented students to the Berkeley campus for a six-week academic adventure.
Enrichment Burgundy Center for Wildlife Studies (BCWS) (Virginia)
The purpose of the camp is to nurture in children and teens a respect and sensitivity to the natural world through greater knowledge of self and nature.
Enrichment Camp Invention (Varies)
Camp Invention is a weeklong summer enrichment day program offered in your local elementary school.
Enrichment Center for Talent Development (CTD) - Northwestern University - Summer Programs (Illinois)
CTD offers a variety of summer programs including Apogee, Spectrum, & Equinox that mix academics with fun to accelerate the learning process. Pre-K through grade 12.
Enrichment Center for Bright Kids - Summer Programs (Colorado)
Students with exceptional ability in mathematical and verbal areas are offered a special selection of enrichment courses. Classes are small and curriculum is fast-paced. Courses in math, science, and humanities are taught using a variety of approaches including laboratory experiments, small group discussions, multimedia presentations, field trips, simulations, lectures, and guest speakers.
Enrichment Challenge Camp (New York)
This day camp, located in Westchester County, New York, offers enrichment opportunities where children can realize their own potential.
Enrichment Champions Science Adventures (Varies)
Champions Science Adventures offers many different day camps that explore “spectacular sports, colorful art, science slime, creatures galore, and the chance to explore wet and wonderful water.”
Enrichment College for Kids (Missouri)
College for Kids is a summer program for gifted and talented children offered by St. Louis Community College at Meramec. Courses are designed to challenge and advance general skills already possessed by the student.
Enrichment College Gate & College Academy (Massachusetts)
This program provides students in grades K-8th the opportunity to participate in project-based learning activities. Camps are broken up by age group.
Enrichment College of William and Mary Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History (Virginia)
This summer program is a trip back in time for students who get to experience early America and its interactions with Africans, Colonists and Native Americans.
Enrichment Duke Summer Academy for High School Students (North Carolina)
The Duke Summer Academy for High School Students is for all high school students who want to go to take enrichment courses with a global perspective.
Enrichment Epsilon Camp (Varies)
The Epsilon Camp combines an intensive student camp and a parent workshop. It seeks to help the EG/PG student take early ownership of their giftedness.
Enrichment Exploration Summer Programs (Varies)
Exploration Summer Programs is an academic summer enrichment program where young people can expand their horizons, try something new, and learn in a pressure-free environment.
Enrichment Gifted Education Resource Institute: Summer Youth Programs (Indiana)
Super Summer is a day camp program offering a variety of course topics for students to choose from, including mathematics, science and technology, visual and performing arts, and language arts, as well as original interdisciplinary courses, ages 4 to 4th grade. The summer residential camp provides intellectual challenges in courses of varied topics for students having completed grades 5-12.
Enrichment Governor’s Program for Gifted Children in Louisiana (Louisiana)
The Governor's Program for Gifted Children is seven weeks of academic enrichment, artistic opportunity, and friendship. A residential program at McNeese State University, the GPGC is the oldest and most comprehensive enrichment program for gifted students in Louisiana. With an approach that aims to develop the whole child, the GPGC provides for the intellectual, creative, and social needs of gifted children.
Enrichment Haverford College - Julian Krinsky Camp (Pennsylvania)
This program offers expert instruction in the arts, cooking, business, SAT Prep and dozens of other popular subjects along with sports, activities, trips and special programs. It is offered in one-week and three-week sessions for students ages 7 to 13.
Enrichment Long Island University Center for Gifted Youth (New York)
The Long Island University Center for Gifted Youth conducts a four-week, non-residential summer program for gifted children, which offers students a unique combination of academic and recreational activities within a university setting.
Enrichment Sacramento State Academic Talent Search (California)
Academic Talent Search (ATS) provides academically challenging, fast-paced courses to highly able and motivated students.
Enrichment Secondary Student Training Program (Iowa)
High school juniors and seniors are invited to participate in a five-week research program hosted by the Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development at the University of Iowa. Students gain scientific research experience by working with a faculty mentor.
Enrichment The Summer Camp for Academically Talented Middle School Students (SCATS) (Grades 6-8) (Kentucky)
This two-week summer camp for students in grades 6-8 provides a diverse curriculum and a wide range of enrichment experiences. Students choose four classes ranging from computer science and mathematics to science and foreign languages.
Enrichment Summer Challenge (Washington)
The Robinson Center for Young Scholars at the University of Washington offers summer academic programs. All classes are offered on the UW-Seattle campus, and provide challenging and fun summer experiences for academically talented students.
Enrichment Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG) (Varies)
The institute offers many programs on college campuses depending on your preference.
Enrichment Telluride Association Summer Programs (TASP) (Michigan & New York)
TASP is a six-week educational experience for high school juniors that offers challenges and rewards rarely encountered in secondary school or even college.
Enrichment UConn Mentor Connection (Connecticut)
This summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors is located at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. and runs in July of each year. It is been designed to provide students with opportunities to participate in creative projects and investigations under the supervision of university mentors.
Enrichment University of California at Irvine’s Gifted Students Academy (California)
This program encourages students to collaborate with peers, utilize resources and gain knowledge from a major research institution.
Enrichment Vanderbilt Program for Talented Youth - SAVY (Grades K-6) – Saturday Academy at Vanderbilt for the Young (Tennessee)
SAVY provides a dynamic, fast-paced curriculum experience to qualifying gifted children in Kindergarten and grades 1–6. Content experts and master teachers trained in gifted education implement an accelerated curriculum for all SAVY courses.
Enrichment, Leadership Manchester Community College in Connecticut (Connecticut)
MCC's youth programs strive to take a leadership role in gifted education and enrichment programming. A two-week full and half-day Summer Excursion camp offers classes in a variety of subject areas. Other summer programs focus specifically on arts, technology and leadership.
Enrichment, Precollege Satori (Washington)
This summer camp offers junior and senior high school students an outstanding opportunity to expand and challenge both their minds and characters in a collegiate setting.
Enrichment, Precollege Summer Enrichment Program at the University of Virginia (Virginia)
This residential summer program is for gifted and talented students. It is a two-week session where the curriculum emphasis will be on extending a student's capabilities in problem-solving, creativity and critical examination, and evaluation of content-rich fields of study.
Enrichment, Precollege University of Oregon Summer Enrichment Program (Oregon)
The Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) is a campus-based residential program offering stimulating academic experiences designed for gifted and highly able students.
Entrepreneurship, Precollege Pennsylvania School For Global Entrepreneurship (Pennsylvania)
Founded in 2001, the Pennsylvania School for Global Entrepreneurship is a residential program at Lehigh University for high school students ages 15 to 18. The program focuses on exposing students to the topics of entrepreneurship, globalization, team building, project management, leadership and working within a culturally diverse environment.
Film, Theater New York Film Academy Summer Film and Acting Camps (Varies)
These high school summer camps are designed for students with little or no previous filmmaking, acting, or animation experience. They are intensive, short term courses that fully immerse students in the craft of writing, directing and casting. Residential housing is for students ages 14 to 17. Day camps are provided for students ages 10 to 13.
For Educators University of Connecticut Confratute (Conneticut)
This program is for educators to take summer classes about gifted and talented education.
Humanities Stanford Summer Humanities Institute (California)
This program lets rising high school juniors and seniors explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities: How and when can ideas transform society? When is the use of force legitimate? How can we define the limits of individual rights?
Leadership Civic Education Project (Northwestern University for Talent Development) (Illinois)
CEP's Civic Leadership Institutes combine rigorous and engaging academic work with community service and hands-on field experiences designed to help young people develop the knowledge, experience, and leadership skills they need to make a positive impact on society.
Leadership Duke Field Studies and Institutes (North Carolina)
The Duke TIP Institutes are campus-based programs developed for the motivated high school student wishing to gain real world experience. The Duke TIP Leadership Institute, based at Duke University, allows students to discover their own leadership potential through study, discussion, and service experience.
Leadership, Enrichment Summer Enrichment Programs at the University of Northern Colorado (Colorado)
Each participant will be involved in four classes per day plus evening options. Two of the classes are designed to enhance leadership abilities. In addition, students will assist a teacher in the Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) class of their choice.
Leadership, International Affairs University of Pennsylvania, International Affairs: Learning Leadership Through Model UN (Philadelphia)
If you are interested in world politics, this program can help increase your experience, knowledge and skills in this fascinating arena. Living and working with students from around the world, you will gain a unique perspective on international affairs and how to achieve solutions through diplomacy. This program offers exploration of International Relations, Foreign Policy, and Diplomacy in a four-week session for students ages 15 to 18.
Math All Girls All Math (Nebraska)
This summer mathematics camp exclusively for high school girls provides a stimulating and supportive environment where mathematical ability and interest can be developed.
Math MathCamp (Varies)
Canada/USA MathCamp is an intensive 5-week-long summer program for mathematically talented high school students
Math MathILy (Pennsylvania)
Located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, MathILy is a summer program for high school students that is designed for students to spend five weeks in Pennsylvania honing their math skills with other students. The level of and intensity of MathILy is comparable to SUMaC, HCSSiM, PROMYS, and Ross Programs.
Math MathPath (Varies)
Summer camp for students, middle school age, showing high promise in mathematics.
Math Programs in Mathematics for Young Scientists - PROMYS (Massachusetts)
PROMYS is a challenging program designed to encourage ambitious high school students to explore the creative world of mathematics.
Math Stanford University Math Camp (SUMAC) (California)
SUMaC welcomes an elite group of talented current 10th and 11th graders from around the world for intensive study in advanced mathematics. SUMaC leads students on a journey in advanced mathematics through lectures, guided research, and group problem solving. Living in a residential social environment centered on mathematics, students explore current lines of mathematical research, the historical development of important areas of mathematics, and applications across scientific disciplines.
Math, Science, Engineering Idaho Junior Engineering, Mathematics, and Science (JEMS) Summer Workshop (Idaho)
The focus of the workshop is to expose students to engineering problems within technical and social contexts, and to encourage them to enroll in college. Students will participate in lab exercises, field trips, computer exercises, and recreational activities.
Math, Science, Enrichment Math and Related Sciences (MARS) Camp (Princess Anne, MD)
The Math and Related Sciences (MARS) Camp is a two-week residential, summer enrichment program for high school and middle school students. It is held under the direction of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore's (UMES) Department of Education. The camp is located on the UMES campus in Princess Anne, Maryland. (MARS is the successor to the UMES SMART Camp offered in 2004.)
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A.C.E. Academic Camps for Excellence at Calvin College (Michigan )
Summer camps for gifted middle school students in math, science, literature, computer science, and economics.
Math,Science,Technology Summer@IMSA - Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (Illinois)
Science, mathematics and technology take the center stage in Summer@IMSA programs as students utilize discovery, exploration, and problem-solving in innovative ways. These programs are for all students entering grades 3 through 10, who have a passion for math and science.
Math, Precollege Summer Program for Verbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth (VAMPY) (Kentucky)
The Center for Gifted Studies at Western Kentucky University, through a cooperative arrangement with the Duke Talent Identification Program, is pleased to offer this three-week residential Summer Program for very bright students.
Math, Precollege The Ross Mathematics Program (Ohio)
The Ross Program at the Ohio State University is an intensive course in mathematics for pre-college students.
Medicine Roswell Park Cancer Institute (New York)
This program offers students the ability to do summer scientific research at America's Cancer Research Center.
Music Hartwick College Summer Music Festival (New York)
Our uniquely varied and flexible program provides an enriching educational experience to students of all levels. Students can take advantage of a comprehensive program comprised of classes, private instruction, solo and group performances.
Music Stanford Youth Orchestra (California)
The Stanford Youth Orchestra provides participants with exceptional orchestral training in the new state-of-the-art Bing Concert Hall, and includes academic workshops in composition, music theory, musicology, and technology. Students can choose between residential or commuting options.
Precollege Belin-Blank Center - Summer Programs (Iowa)
The summer program offered at the Belin-Blank Center is a two-week residential summer program held at The University of Iowa. They allow kids to experience college life as they live, study, and play in university classrooms, laboratories, dining halls and recreational centers.
Precollege Columbia University Precollege Summer Programs (New York)
Rigorous summer pre-college programs for students in grades nine through twelve.
Precollege Davidson THINK Summer Institute (Nevada)
Gifted students interested in a challenging academic summer program should consider attending the Davidson THINK Summer Institute on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno. This intense three-week residential summer program offers exceptionally gifted 13- to 16-year-old students the opportunity to earn up to six transferable college credits.
Precollege Duke TIP Summer Studies  (North Carolina)
Duke TIP Summer Studies Programs offer students the opportunity to learn highly challenging material at a rate suited to their advanced abilities. Students enroll in a single Duke TIP-designed course for three weeks of in-depth study; they attend nearly 40 hours of class each week between Monday morning and Saturday afternoon.
Precollege Duke Summer College for High School Students (North Carolina)
Duke Summer College for High School Students is for high school juniors and seniors that want to learn college credit at Duke University with Duke University professors.
Precollege Honors Summer Academy (Arizona)
This program offers high school students the ability to take college courses during the summer while living on campus at the University of Arizona.
Precollege Institute for Educational Advancement Apprenticeship Program (Varies)
This residential program for 9th, 10th, and 11th graders provides gifted students with an intensive learning experience while working in some of the nation’s leading universities and research facilities.
Precollege Joseph Baldwin Academy for Eminent Young Scholars (Missouri)
The Joseph Baldwin Academy offers highly talented students a head start on their future university careers by allowing them to spend three weeks as college freshmen.
Precollege Junior Scholars Institute (Iowa)
Junior Scholars Institute (JSI) is a one-week residential summer academic program at The University of Iowa for Belin-Blank Center students. Each session is one week long. Students take a single advanced level course for the entire week.
Precollege MichiganTech University (Michigan)
Explorations in careers and knowledge for pre-college students cover such programs as Summer Youth Explorations, Women in Engineering, American Indian Workshop or Explorations in Engineering.
Precollege Office of Precollegiate Programs for Talented and Gifted Youth at Iowa State University (Iowa)
This program matches students with appropriate learning experiences and emphasizes an approach to teaching that underscores strengths and encourages high achievement.
Precollege The Robert E. Cook Honors College - Summer Honors Program for High School Students (Pennsylvania)
Robert E. Cook Honors College's Summer Honors Program is a place where talented high school students come together for two weeks and form a community of scholars who explore academic and collegiate living in a real college setting.
Precollege Stanford Summer College (California)
Stanford Summer College offers Stanford University credit to high school students ages 16 to 19. Become a Stanford student for eight weeks during the summer and take university courses with other Stanford undergraduates in classes taught by Stanford professors.
Precollege University of California at San Diego Academic Connections (California)
This program is a pre-college summer academic and residential experience targeted to highly motivated, high achieving, college-bound high school students who want to explore the best UCSD has to offer.
Precollege University of Delaware Summer College Program (Delaware)
The University of Delaware offers students the ability to live on campus and take offered courses to earn University credit. Classes in the past have included; world religions, general chemistry, general psychology, and mass communication and culture.
Precollege University of Pennsylvania, Summer Internships in Philadelphia - Julian Krinsky Summer Program (Philadelphia)
This program gives students entering grades 11 and 12 the opportunity to explore work in a chosen field while living on the University of Pennsylvania campus, during the three-, four- and seven-week sessions.
Precollege Vanderbilt Program for Talented Youth - Vanderbilt Summer Academy (Tennessee)
For highly gifted students in grades 7-11, participants can learn at a rapid pace in a community of their true peers. As a VSA student, you will live on campus and take advanced courses with Vanderbilt professors, lecturers, and graduate students.
Science Astrocamp (California)
Students spend time using microscopes and telescopes and exploring "mystery planetary surfaces".
Science Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth Summer Science Courses (Maryland)
Students in CAA science courses gather and interpret data, master important scientific concepts, and learn to recognize relationships among physical phenomena. In addition to lectures and reading assignments, science courses include oral presentations and written assignments, particularly lab reports.
Science Students and Teachers as Research Scientists (STARS) (Missouri)
Students and Teachers As Research Scientists (STARS) is a program that introduces both rising high school juniors and seniors and teachers to the various aspects of the scientific enterprise.
Science Young Scientist Program at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (Missouri)
Young Scientist Program is designed to attract high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds into scientific careers through activities emphasizing hands-on research and individualized contact between young people and active scientists.
Science, Engineering Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) (Massachusetts)
Smith's Summer Science and Engineering Program has a mission: To encourage teenage girls with a bent for science to shine.
Science, Marine Sea Camp (Texas)
Students are able to learn in marine and estuarine environments while having access to labs and vessels available at Texas A & M.
Science, Math, Technology Math, Science, and Technology at Michigan State University (Michigan)
Math, Science, and Technology (MST) at Michigan State University is a two-week residential summer program for gifted and talented middle school students. Each day the students take two two-hour classes in astronomy, physics, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, or environmental science.
Science, Medicine Stanford Medical Youth Science Program (California)
This program is a science- and medicine- based enrichment program for low-income and ethnically diverse high school sophomores and juniors who live in Northern and Central California.
Science, Medicine University of Pennsylvania, Penn Nursing Institute - Julian Krinsky Summer Program (Philadelphia)
This program offers a unique four-week intensive program for rising high school juniors and seniors that features cutting-edge research, the latest advances in virtual learning, and clinical experience in Philadelphia's top hospitals. As the only undergraduate Ivy League nursing school, Penn is recognized worldwide for setting the standard of academic excellence in this field.
Science, Precollege Summer Science Institute (Wisconsin)
The Summer Science Institute (SSI) is a seven-week residential experience in which students gain an understanding of biological/physical research while learning about college life.
Science, Space U.S. Space and Rocket Center Space Camp (Alabama)
These programs are offered to a variety of ages depending on the course that you pick.
STEM COSMOS California State Summer School for Math and Science (California)
The COSMOS course clusters address topics not traditionally taught in high schools such as astronomy, aerospace engineering, biomedical sciences, computer science, wetlands ecology, ocean science, robotics, game theory, and more.
STEM Research Science Institute (RSI) (Virginia)
Selected from the United States and other nations, these students participate in a rigorous academic program which emphasizes advanced theory and research in mathematics, the sciences, and engineering.
STEM iD Tech Camps (Summer Computer Camp) (Varies)
Take interests further and gain a competitive edge for school, college, and future careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Weeklong, day and overnight summer technology camps held at 80 prestigious universities including Stanford, Princeton, and others. Students create video games, iPhone apps, C++ and Java programs, robots, websites and more.
Technology Emagination Computer Camps (Varies)
This camp offers typical fun camp activities with a touch of technology. Students learn computer animation, web design, digital photography, lego robotics and much more.
Technology Innovation Institute (Iowa)
A two-week residential program at the University of Iowa, the Innovation Institute allows students to work in teams guided by experts in the field of web development. High school students in grades nine through 11 must be nominated by a teacher or administrator in order to attend.
Technology National Computer Camp (Varies)
This program offers both residential and non-residential options in curriculum consisting of topics from video game design to computer languages and web page design.
Technology, Cinema, Precollege iD Tech Academies (Pre-College Summer Program) (Varies)
Gain a competitive edge and learn how programming, app development, robotics, game design, 3D modeling, filmmaking, or photography can become a college degree and even a rewarding career. two-week, pre-college, intensive summer programs for ages 13-18: iD Programming Academy, iD Game Design & Development Academy, and iD Film Academy. Held at select prestigious universities including Stanford, Princeton, Yale and others.
Varies Center for Talented Youth (CTY) (Maryland)
This website is for all summer programs through the John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. The programs cater to academically talented children from second to twelfth grade.
Varies National Scholars Institute (Iowa)
The courses offered are: Classical and Modern Physics, Writing Workshop, Basis of American Law, Visual Arts Studio, Advanced Leadership Seminar, Exploring Enzymes and Advanced Mobile App Design.
Varies Summer Wonders (Texas)
Summer Wonders is a nonresidential, full or half-day program that allows students to explore diverse subjects in a challenging, creative environment through an integrative, hands-on, non-traditional approach.
Varies Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth (Wisconsin)
There is a variety of residential as well as online summer programs offered for students who have taken and passed specific tests and are of a specific age.
Varies Xploration - Julian Krinsky Middle School Summer Camp (Bryn Mawr, PA)
This is an opportunity for students 10 to 13 years old to enjoy learning, sports and activities on a classically beautiful tree-lined campus. Held at Bryn Mawr College on Philadelphia’s prestigious Main Line, Xploration offers expert instruction in the arts, sciences, popular culture and dozens of fascinating subjects specially selected for the interests of middle school students.
Writing Bard Institute for Writing and Thinking - Summer Workshops for High School Students (Multiple Locations)
The summer workshops, offered at three college-based sites in June and July (Illinois, Massachusetts & Oregon) are intended for intellectually curious and motivated high school students in grades 9 through 12 who like to write and want to develop greater fluency and confidence in their writing.

For more summer programs, visit Cogito's Summer Programs Database.

If you know of any other summer programs for gifted students, please email the information, including a link to the program’s website, to administrator@davidsongifted.org.


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