Greetings from New York City and Barnard College!
Regarding our programs for Summer 2017 , we would encourage you to peruse our website, https://www.barnard.edu/summer to get a sense of all we offer for current 10th and 11th grade girls. Some programs have residential or commuter options and some are residential-only; all programs, of varying lengths, have a full time supervisory staff and all programs are in keeping with the Barnard mission of educating women. Our online application site went live in mid-January; students may also apply for partial and full need based scholarships.
You may be eligible to earn UA college credit on the beautiful University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Students share with us that they could succeed at a top-50 four -year university. In fact, some high school students tell us they don’t want to leave. For more information:
Nikki Kukwa Memorial Aeronautics Camp
Fifteen female, high school students will receive a three day camp experience through the Nikki Kukwa Memorial Aviation Fund and Kent State University’s College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability, and Technology. Apply to the tenth annual, Nikki Kukwa Memorial Aeronautics camp today for consideration.
More information & to Register: http://tinyurl.com/KukwaAeroCampInfor
Questions Contact: Liz Porter 330-672-4449 or email Eporte11@kent.edu
Spend a week this summer learning about careers in aeronautics. This program is offered to incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. It is offered June 12-16, 2017.
Location: Aeronautics and Technology Building at KSU: Daily Site Visits.
Cost: $225 for Compact students ; $275 for Non-Compact students (including flying time, bus transportation, field trips and T-shirt)
Registration Deadline: May 8, 2017 limited to 25 students
Required Student/Parent Orientation Meeting: Wednesday , May 24, 02017 at 7 p.m. at the Aeronautics and Technology Building, KSU.
Orientations RSVP Deadline: May 18, 2017 (Student and parent must attend to learn about the final details and sign important forms.)
For More Information: Call Six District Educational Compact at 330-655-2247
NHS students provide tutoring to other students who may need additional help in a class. Tutoring is provided before, during, or after the school day, depending on availability.
Peer tutors will NOT complete homework for a student, but help a student understand concepts or assist in explaining coursework. Tutoring can be short or long term as needed.
To get a tutor, students should either talk to their teacher, the guidance counselors, or a principal. Any staff member can make a student referral.
Students who have been referred or would like to get help on their own, please complete the student information form.
Are you a part of NHS and would like to volunteer? Fill out a volunteer form.
email@example.comQuestions? Please contact the student coordinator or Dr. Roebke, NHS Advisor.
George Washington University offers summer programs and experiences.
Summer Immersion – Summer Immersion is a full day, rigorous non-credit program for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. Participants enroll in two week programs that integrate lectures with experiential and applied activities.
College Intensive – College Intensive programs offer rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit by engaging in challenging undergraduate level courses.
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Congratulations to the January Students of the month
12th Grade Jaron Bowman, 11th Grade Max Swartout, 10th Grade Finnegan Kaine, 9th Grade Trinity Walker. Way to show your Roosevelt Pride.
Hiram College 2017 Summer Academies for High School Students:
- The emerging Writers Workshop
- The Global Leadership Simulation
Greetings? Hiram College is a unique place to learn. nestled in beautiful Hiram, Ohio, our small, close-knit community ensures students always come first. this summer, Hiram College will be offering two residential academies in Writing and Global leadership. students will gain hands on learning experiences with Hiram college faculty, staff, and students as their hosts. Please visit our Summer at Hiram website to see descriptions, registration information, and contact information for these programs.
Summer at Hiram
Rising high school juniors, seniors and college freshmen will learn more about entrepreneurship, the ideation process, elevator pitches and more. Through engaging lectures and class activities.
Rising high school juniors and seniors will study sustainable food systems, availability, scarcity and justice issues with the collaboration of UD faculty, students and community partner.
For more information https://www.udayton.edu/
For More Information on Programs, fees, Scholarships, and Application Requirements Visit: