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Thinking about extracurricular involvement and summer activity planning for your son or daughter? To help, we’ve pulled six unique programs from our Extracurricular Activities & Leadership Development guide. Check them out!
The Road Less Traveled
Community service programs abroad with a focus on conservation and environmental awareness. Programs include coral reef restoration in the Florida Keys and a wolf conservation center in Colorado.
Competitions for K-12 students. Upper level competitions for high school aged students are completed in teams and mentor-based. The goal of FIRST is to develop science, technology and engineering skills and leaders for the future.
The State Leadership Seminar is a flagship program that empowers high school students to become active leaders in their communities.
RISE – Boston University
A highly competitive research summer program at BU. Six-week intensive lab work to further develop science skills alongside professors.
Art: Summer at Penn (offered via Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs)
Four-week studio summer art program. Students strengthen their profile with assistance from Penn faculty and fellow art students.
Weeklong programs that provide students an introduction into foreign relations and diplomacy. Students have access to Georgetown University and Washington, DC – includes visits around the city to embassies and the Capitol, among others.
For a complete list of programs, check out our resources page online! To schedule a complimentary admissions consultation, give us a call: 617-424-0700.