Andrew’s Leap – High School and Extremely Talented Middle School Students
Six-week non-residential summer program in the areas of computer science and robotics.
Brigham Young University Independent Study Program – Grades 7-12
Online courses in a variety of subject areas.
Camp Kennedy Space Center – Grades 2-9
One week commuter program featuring a variety of space activities, including meeting with an astronaut, rocket launching and space shuttle mission simulations.
Davidson Young Scholars Program – Ages 4-16 may apply, serves ages 4-18
Online mentors for gifted students, seminars for parents.
Education Program for Gifted Youth – Grades K-12
Computer-based correspondence courses in mathematics (grades K-12), English (grades 4-12), secondary physics, secondary computer science, and music theory.
iD Tech Camps
Computer summer camps, held on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University and elsewhere.
Journalism Institute at the University of South Carolina – Grades 7-12
One week residential or commuter program featuring courses in several areas of mass communications including broadcasting, desktop publishing, journalistic writing, photojournalism, and yearbook.
Marine Science Consortium Pre-College Program at Wallops Island – Grades 7-12 (must be 13 years or older)
Residential program consisting of five one-week sessions (can participate in as many sessions as desired).
National Computer Camp – Ages 8-18
Summer residential and commuter program in computer programming and software.
RoboCamp – Grades 6-8
One-week non-residential summer program in Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics and Engineering Consortium.
Space Camp – Grades 4-12
Residential program lasting four, five or ten days at U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
SPARK Science Program – Grades 7-8
One-week residential or commuter program at Brown University.
The Summer Institute for the Gifted – Grades 4-11
Three-week residential program in a variety of subjects at several colleges throughout the U.S.
Student Ambassadors – Grades 5-12
Two to three weeks traveling within or outside the United States.
Young Writers Institute, University of Pittsburgh
The Young Writers Institute is for young people, grades 4-8 ang grades 9-12, who like to write, and who want to develop their craft in a commuity of writers. Programs are offered at the University of Pittsburgh, Mt. Lebanon, Pine-Richland and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Education Center.
Youth Programs at Duke University – Grades 5-11
Two week residential or commuter programs in science (girls only) and language and performing arts.