Summer Programs

STEM Academy Summer Program at Duke University (1 week for all grades including seniors)

Applications open in early December. Cost ranges from $1,373-$2,365 for residential.  Duke also offers other 3 - 4 week summer programs for enrichment or credit in over 30 topics.  Costs range from $6,700-$9,500. Limited financial aid is available. See Mrs. Winters for more information.

Accelerated STEM Academy

 

Design Summer Program at NC State (1 week residential and non-residential available)

Registration opens mid-January and space is limited.  For more information, go to: NC State Design Lab

Summer Programs in Television Broadcasting, Horticulture Science, Leadership and More

Looking for opportunities to explore college and career choices? Check on the strong summer programs offered at NC State.  Don’t wait -space is limited - NC State Summer Programs

NC State Summer Program for Reading Comprehension rising 10th-12th graders

This program is designed for students to make substantial gains in comprehension and learn to read twice as fast...They should learn the best way to take notes, study for tests,and read challenging material They should complete homework more quickly and easily, get better grades and enjoy reading more.​ NC State Summer Reading Program

 

NC State Summer Study Skills Camp for rising 10th graders

The focus of this camp is on organizational skills (time and materials management), learning/memory strategies and test taking skills. NC State Study Skills Camp

 

Summer Arts Program away (2 week residential at Winthrop University in SC)

Total cost is $2,400. *Apply by March 1 to reduce the cost of attendance by $400!  For more information, go to: Winthrop Pre-University Summer Arts Program

 

Summer Programs for college credit at UNC Chapel Hill 

Interested in exploring a potential college major and receiving college credit? High school students who are admitted and enrolled in a course will receive course credit and create a UNC-Chapel Hill transcript.  For more information visit: UNC Summer School

 

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