Biosphere Science Camp (STEM Recommended)
Native American Broadcast Journalism Workshop
ASU Summer Enrichment Programs
Experience the excitement of college life, learn from world renowned professors and explore your interests through ASU’s Summer Enrichment program.
- Connect with other high school students from all over the state
- Broaden your world view
- Get hands-on lessons in a fun and challenging environment
Summer Enrichment Programs vary in length by department and topic. Some are one-day workshops while others are up to 4 weeks long. The majority run between 3-10 days. Within those days, programs may range from a few hours long to a full day. Residential programs, where students stay on campus overnight, are also available.
Arizona State University- Fulton Engineering (STEM Recommended)
Join other motivated high school seniors for an exciting introduction to the engineering profession, faculty, students and the innovative programs offered at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Learn more about academic expectations and university life, and start to think about how you might take advantage of the many opportunities available to our engineering students.
Arizona State University- Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program (STEM Recommended)
The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program is an intense academic program that provides motivated students an outstanding opportunity to begin university mathematics and science studies before graduating high school. The program is designed to provide a successful university experience for students who are underrepresented in the mathematics and science fields and to enhance their prospects for future academic success.
Arizona State University- Cesar E Chaves Leadership Institute
Is a high-energy leadership program for Arizona high school sophomores and juniors. While living on the ASU campus, participants will explore higher education, develop leadership skills, and discover the value of community service.
HOBY Youth Leadership
From Sophomores to Juniors and Seniors, there are summer leadership programs for everyone. Be part of the nation’s premiere leadership organization!
Northern Arizona University: STAR Program (Successful Transition and Academic Readiness)
The Successful Transition and Academic Readiness (STAR) program ensures new freshmen a successful transition from high school into college. In five weeks during the summer prior to enrolling in your fall semester, you will take two classes totaling six credit hours that you can use toward your undergraduate degree. You will meet new students, live on campus, get used to Northern Arizona University before the fall semester, and have access to peer advising, student clubs, and resources.
KEYS High School Summer Internship Program
KEYS interns enroll, with no tuition costs, in the University of Arizona during their summer break for a week of intensive laboratory and science literacy training, followed by six weeks in the laboratory of a renowned UA researcher.
Young Volunteer Summer Program at the Mayo Clinic
Through the Young Volunteer Summer Program at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, high school students between the ages of 15 and 18 have opportunities to volunteer in both clinic (outpatient) and hospital settings. The program runs two months, June through July.
Honors Summer Academy- University of Arizona
HSA is open to all high school students who complete their junior or senior year by June 2015. We are looking for motivated students who demonstrate outstanding academic ability. A strong academic background is critical to success in HSA as students are taking university classes. A minimum cumulative unweighted grade point average of 3.7 is desired (A= 4.0); however, additional information such as standardized test scores, letters of recommendation, and your personal statement will also be considered.
University of Arizona Med Start-Tuscon
Med-Start is a summer academic enrichment program for any 11th grade Arizona high school student interested in a health career. Students participate in the program during the summer between their junior and senior years.
Summer Design Primer- Arizona State University
The Design School in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts offers a summer introductory course focused on the design disciplines of architecture, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, and visual communication design. The Summer Design Primer is designed to help you explore and succeed in your design education at Arizona State University.
MITES- MIT (STEM Recommended)
Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES) is a rigorous six-week residential academic enrichment program for promising high school seniors – many of whom come from underrepresented or underserved communities – who have a strong academic record and are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering.
University of Arizona Med Start- Phoenix
Each of the three Med-Start Phoenix summer sessions include hands-on activities, field trips, community service projects, simulation and related lab experiences, culminating projects and lectures from medical students, faculty and community members. The unique sessions will highlight three healthcare themes: Scientific Research, Arizona’s Healthcare Needs and the Healthcare Team.
Catalyst Academy at Cornell University
Harvard Summer Programs
Join us for intellectual discovery and personal growth at Harvard Summer School in one of our summer programs for high school students. In either of our two-week or seven-week high school summer programs, you’ll gain knowledge, confidence, and skills to help prepare you for college.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes
The Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes are three-week and four-week residential programs for academically talented and motivated high school students. The Summer Institutes provide an opportunity for these students to enrich and accelerate their academic pursuits and to meet other students who share their interests and abilities.
UCLA Summer Sessions
Precollege Summer Institutes are designed for advanced high school students who wish to gain academically challenging college-level experience.
Summer at Georgetown University
Live on campus, attend classes side-by-side with undergraduate students and learn from distinguished faculty and prominent Washington area guest speakers. This year, you can lay the foundation for your future by joining our tradition of academic excellence and cultural diversity at Georgetown in Washington, D.C.