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Educational Options: Summer Programs
, Grade Level: High School
||Summer Scholar Program - University of Miami (FL)
||A "boot camp for your brain", the University of Miami's Summer Scholar Programs, established in 1991, are taught by University faculty members and present a unique opportunity for high school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year to earn college credit in specific areas of concentration. Students learn firsthand what college is like by living and studying on campus. Students also take laboratory classes and have the opportunity to learn about their particular interest by visiting local sites that are relevant to their fields of study.
||Contributed by: Educator on 2/4/2005
This Summer Scholars Program offers high school students a variety of classes that suite their interests. A few of the topics to choose from are: Marine Science, Art, Broadcast Journalism, Filmmaking, Forensic Investigation, and more.
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