Summer Programs PowerPoint - West Des Moines Community

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Summer Camp
Opportunities
ELP Parent Partnership
January 2014
The information about the camps in this presentation was
provided by parents at the January 2014 ELP Parent
Partnership meeting. The ELP Parent Partnership is a pilot
program for the 2013-14 school year. The Partnership’s
mission is to create avenues for support, networking,
information and advocacy for high-ability learners and
their families. If you have any questions about the ELP
Parent Partnership or this PowerPoint presentation, please
contact us at [email protected]
Most of the camps in the presentation were attended by
students who attend the West Des Moines schools and
who had good experiences at camp. For questions
about the camps, the websites have been provided.
At the end of the presentation, there are some other
opportunities for families of high-ability students as well as
a list of camps for students interested in math and
science.
This is not an exhaustive list of summer options, but rather
a good place to begin your search.
Local Summer
Opportunities
Central Iowa Mock Trial Camp
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Contact: Jim Efting (319-540-4904)
Email: [email protected]
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July 21-25, 2014
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(Students entering grades 6-7 in the fall 2014 with no Mock Trial experience)
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8AM- Noon
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July 21-25, 2014
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(Students entering grades 7-12 in the fall of 2012 with Mock Trial experience, or
entering grades 8-12 with no Mock Trial experience)
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1PM-5PM
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Camp will be held on Drake’s campus – Meredith Hall
Featuring: Critical thinking skills, public speaking skills, communication skills, courtroom
procedures, thorough understanding of Mock Trial, analytical thinking,
extemporaneous argument, lectures by attorneys and law students. Will be using a
civil case this year as practice.
Cost: $140.00 (includes Mock trial t-shirt, notebook, paper, hand-outs, and pizza party).
Application must include a $50.00 deposit – remaining amount is due Registration Day.
WDMCS – SEA
Summer Enrichment Adventures
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Two-week course (M-F mornings); a variety of classes offered. Options
change each year. Students may choose up to 2 different classes. 910:25 and 10:30-11:55 slots. Usually taught by WDMCS teachers.
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To view last year’s (2013) programming go to:
http://www.wdmcs.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/sea_catalog.pdf
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June 9 – 20, 2014, Western Hills Elementary
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Description of class options and application forms available mid to late
March with application deadline mid-April
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District Contact: Marcia Sims 633.5062
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Eligibility
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Entering grades 1st – 8th
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Identified for ELP OR score at or above 90th percentile on Iowa
Assessments
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For students entering 1st-3rd who do not have test scores, may enroll
only if enjoy fast-paced, challenging experience
Youth
Tech
Inc
Youth Tech Inc: a non-profit computer camp dedicated to providing
enrichment opportunities for students with a passion for learning.
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In past years, a variety of courses offered at various locations around metro
area including DMACC West (5959 Grand), VSW, Urbandale, Ankeny
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Latest post on Youth Tech’s Facebook site (Dec 2013) says that new website
coming soon. Old site: www.youthtechinc.com
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Sample of past courses: game design, web design, robotics, animation,
game design apps
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Classes 3hrs long, 1 week courses, M-F, June-July, morning and afternoon
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Suggested ages: 10-17, but have let younger students in if parents felt they
were capable. Maximum class size: 16; Minimum: 5 (as posted on DMACC)
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In the past, you could type your city or zip code in the website and it would
tell you courses nearby
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Currently, no DSM area summer schedule available. I’ve called and left
message/email. No response yet.
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Youth Tech Inc Contact: 877-984-2267 or go to website and click on
contact us and send an email message.
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Our son took a game design class. Enjoyed it. Came home with project
and purchased software to continue to program games.
Be the Boss!
Entrepreneurial Camp
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Students entering grades 5th-6th
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http://www.wdmcs.org/commed/programs/youth/summer-oflearning/
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Students will experience hands-on entrepreneurship through a
variety of highly interactive classroom activities, guest
speakers, and a tour of a local business
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They will learn to make money doing something they
love by:
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Going through the process of planning & implementing a
business idea
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Meeting & learning from successful entrepreneurs
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Designing business cards & flyers
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Instructor Sarah Bird, Business Teacher at Valley High
School
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2014 Summer Schedule not available, yet; will be held in
Mid-July; Dates will be published in March
Local Strings Opportunities
 WDMCS Summer Strings camp
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For students entering grades 5-9
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Orchestra and private string lessons available
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Summer 2014 details will be announced in the Spring in the
WDMCS community education summer-of-learning music
programs listing
http://www.wdmcs.org/commed/programs/youth/summ
er-of-learning/music-programs/
 Des Moines Symphony Academy
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http://dmsymphony.org/academy/
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The Symphony Academy’s Summer Camps and
Workshops are geared to providing a challenging, yet
nurturing music learning environment for young musicians
at various levels of their musical development
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Previous enrollment in Symphony Academy programs is
not required; students from all schools and private
teachers are welcome
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Summer 2014 camp details will be announced in the
Spring.
ChESS: Challenges for
Elementary School Students
 Summer programs at the Belin-Blank Center
include ChESS full-day classes in Ankeny and
half-day classes at the University of Iowa
http://www2.education.uiowa.edu/belinblank
/students/summer/
 Local classes in Ankeny for Summer 2014 will be
held Jul 14 to Jul 18, 9AM – 4PM
 Students in grades 3 – 6 may attend
 No specific qualifying criteria
 Camp/class cost is $480
 Choose 1 of 4 classes offered, registration is now
open
Drake App Camp
 Much of the camp's content is delivered via
videos that Drake Professors have created
 Students use MIT App Inventor to create
apps for androids
 Students work at their own pace
 Interesting Apps created by students
 High School Student Assistants
 2014 Summer Schedule not available, yet;
will probably be held in June
In-State Summer
Opportunities
Dorian Summer Music Camp
at Luther College
http://www.luther.edu/music/dorian/
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Private lessons are available
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A lot of musically interested and talented students attend
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Wide variety of musical activities
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Camp focuses only on music
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Live in dorms
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Middle School Camp – June 8-14, 2014
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Students entering grades 7, 8, 9
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Ensembles
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Band
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Orchestra (strings only)
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Choir
High School Camp – June 15-21, 2014
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Students entering grades 10, 11, 12
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Ensembles
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Band
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Orchestra (Full ensemble winds by audition)
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Choir
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Piano Workshop
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Musical Theatre
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Organ Workshop (may also be in choir)
Belin-Blank (BSI)
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http://www2.education.uiowa.edu/belinblank/students/summer/
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Students are nominated by their school for this program. The Blank Summer Institute for
the Arts & Sciences is a one-week residential summer program for 120 of Iowa’s gifted
students who are currently in grades 7 & 8. The Institute provides exceptionally talented
students with an intensive and advanced educational experience designed to
enhance their intellectual and social growth. Each student selected will receive a $300
Myron and Jacquelin Blank Scholarship to cover a portion of the cost.
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Courses offered: Advanced Science, Math Problem Solving, Global and Cultural
Studies, Creative Writing, Invention & Innovation, Visual Arts, Performing Arts.
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Students are housed in a residence hall located near the Blanks Honors Center on The
University of Iowa campus. In addition to academic programming, students will be able
to participate in a variety of cultural and recreational activities.
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Session is held June 22- June 27, 2014
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Information and forms available online Nov. 2013; Nominations completed by Jan.
21,2014. Final selection February 22, 2014. Online acceptance due March 28, 2014.
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Program eligibility: Iowa Assessment, samples of student’s work, teacher
recommendations, awards/honors, current grade report, involvement in co-curricular
activities, hobbies and other demonstrated ability and talent in the course areas,
awards or participation in competitions/contests. No real cut-off scores specified – assume that the
entry eligibility is based on a high achieving individual for chosen core.
Belin-Blank (JSI)
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http://www2.education.uiowa.edu/belinblank/students/summer/
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Students who are currently (academic year 2013-2014) in grades 6-8 may nominate
themselves for the Junior Scholars Institute (JSI), a one-week residential summer
academic program. JSI consists of nine classes. Students take a single advanced level
course for the entire week. Each student selected will receive a $300 scholarship to
cover a portion of the cost of the Institute. Students do not need to be in a talented and
gifted program to nominate themselves.
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Courses offered: Project Discovery-Finding your Writer’s Voice, Designing Mobile Apps,
Leadership for Students Who Want to Make a Difference, Animal Behavior, Stop Motion
Animation, Future Cities, An Intro. To Pre-Calculus, Intro. to Engineering.
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Students are housed in a residence hall located near the Blanks Honors Center on The
University of Iowa campus. In addition to academic programming, students will be able
to participate in a variety of cultural and recreational activities.
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Session is held June 15- June 20, 2014
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Information and forms available online Dec. 2013; Application deadline by April. 1,2014.
Final selection April 11, 2014. Notification of acceptance April 19, 2014. Online
acceptance due May 1, 2014.
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Selection: Evaluate applications based on the following criteria, ranked in priority order:
Content of student essay, portfolios, and supporting materials; Letters of
recommendation; Evidence of commitment and motivation; Program or activities
involved in at school and in the community; Maturity to live in a residential setting.
Jacobson Institute for Youth
Entrepreneurship
 http://www.jacobsoninstitute.org/
 Elementary and middle school students participate
in entrepreneurship camps
 Participants hear start-up stories from successful
entrepreneurs and learn to start a business
 Summer 2014 dates not available, yet
 Contact: Dawn Bowlus- [email protected]
OPPTAG Summer Programs
(Iowa State University)
 http://www.opptag.iastate.edu/summer/index.ph
p
Adventures (entering Gr.3-7)
 Explorations (entering Gr.8-10), 1 wk residential program
with classroom instructions and laboratories designed to
stimulate thinking skills and career exploration.
 CY-TAG (entering Gr.8-12)
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 Sessions I,II, III were offered in 3 different weeks in July 2013.
 Application deadline in May, however, classes may be filled
before May.
 Program eligibility: Iowa Assessment (97th, national; 93rd, IA);SAT I:
Reasoning Test or ACT; GPA 3.5.
 Live in Martin Hall, an air-conditioned suite style residence hall.
Residential Advisers (RAs) are very friendly and responsible.
Evening activities are fun.
 Information for Summer 2014 programs will be posted beginning
Feb. 15th 2014.
CYTAG (Iowa State University)
 Part of the OPPTAG program, but with
regards to science
 3 weeks long, living in Martin Hall suites with
Explorations students
 Classes held in buildings on campus
 RA groups and evening activities keep
students busy but still allow for study time
Out-of-State Summer
Opportunities
Suzuki Music Camps
 Students who receive string lessons using the
Suzuki repertoire may attend Suzuki music
camps
 Family involvement in camp lessons/classes is
typically required for students younger than 13
 Suzuki Association of the Americas Summer
Institutes 2014 are listed at:
https://suzukiassociation.org/events/institutes/
 Various Summer Institutes occur throughout
the US during June, July and August
University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
American Suzuki Institute

The American Suzuki Institute camp on the campus of the
University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Summer 2014
schedule is July 20-26 and July 27-August 2
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http://www.uwsp.edu/suzuki/Pages/asi/default.aspx
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Violin, viola, cello, piano, bass, harp, guitar students are grouped
based on Suzuki book level
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Classes include Technique, Repertoire, Orchestra, and Master Class,
and students participate in the end-of-camp Festival Concert and
Orchestra Concert
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Advanced string students may participate in the 2-week Chamber
Music Program
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Students age 13 to 18 stay in the Teen Dorm and younger students
stay in the university residence halls with a parent
Interlochen:
Center for the Arts
 http://camp.interlochen.org/
 Located in northwest Michigan
 Summer programs for grades 3-12
 Programs for creative writing, dance,
general arts, motion picture arts, music,
theater arts, and visual arts
 Applications are currently being accepted.
Priority application deadline is February 1,
2014
Digital Media Academy (DMA)
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http://www.digitalmediaacademy.org/ ; 866-656-3342
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Tech Camps for 6-18 yrs of age; currently enrolling for summer of 2014
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Students are grouped by age; kid camps 6-12yrs; teen camps 12-18yrs
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A variety of digital art & technology choices: filmmaking; music/audio
production; programming; game design; app design; photography, art &
design; see website for more
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Camps: 1 or 2weeks. Jun-Aug, M-F, 9am-5pm, held on prestigious college
campuses. Students (teens) may stay in the dorms (additional fee),
supervised by camp counselors who lead evening activities. Kid camps
have 2-3 breaks directed by activity counselors.
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Taught by professionals in the industry, tech educators, or advanced
graduates of technology. All classes have a teaching assistant, and
residential camps have youth activities counselors.
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Class numbers are kept small; Ratio 8:1
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Our son attended 2-week teen programming academy, University of
Chicago campus. He learned 2 programming languages. They had 1hr
mid-day break for lunch, socializing, and recreation.
Second City Improv - Chicago
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http://www.secondcity.com/page/kids-chicago/
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Summer 2-week Camps: M-F, 10am-3:30pm, bring sack lunch
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Ages: 11-18, grouped by 11-12, 13-14, 15-18
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Each day is divided between Improv & Sketch. Final day is a performance on a Second
City Stage for family/friends.
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Currently enrolling for summer 2014; early bird discounts available
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Must find own housing. Great way to combine a Chicago vacation with camp.
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Adult classes offered at same time so parent can take classes too. (I did - was quite fun!!)
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Our son LOVED this camp and made fast friends. Every day was an adventure and he
regaled me with stories from class about what he’d learned and what they had
performed/created. Counselors and teachers were kid-friendly and made class and
breaks fun. Good class management, students always engaged.
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We chose this atypical option because our son is a perfectionist and sometimes doesn’t
enjoy working with others. 2nd City teaches how to deal with mistakes (there are no
mistakes, only opportunities), work with other people, say “yes AND” to build on each
others’ ideas, etc. A perfect learning situation, especially for a kid that loves performing.
Summer Institute for the Gifted (U-SIG Chicago)
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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL - Ages 9-17 by 8/31/14, Jul 20– Aug.9
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Academic Summer Programs for Gifted Students from Around the World
(Click here for extended PowerPoint on SIG in prestigious locations:
Amherst, Columbia, Emory, Harvard, Princeton, Vassar, UC-Berkley,
UCLA , University of Chicago, Yale)
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Eligibility (click). Deadline: May 15, 2014. Flexible payment schedule.
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Choose from a wide variety of courses taught in Humanities, Math,
Science, Technology, Multi-Disciplinary, Visual and Performing Arts, and
Fitness and Recreation
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Experience independence within a secure environment living in a
college dorm for 3 weeks (commuter option also available)
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Meet other gifted students from around the world who share common
interests, abilities, and goals. Small class sizes ( 4-16).
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Enjoy a variety of fun social activities in the evenings and excursions on
the weekends such as Six Flags
Contact Information: Kate Vieillard– Director of Marketing,
[email protected], +1 203.399.5101, http://www.giftedstudy.org/
WDMCS Contact: Alena Treat, [email protected] (U-SIG Chicago Academic
Dean)
University Prep (U-Prep Chicago)
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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL - Ages 15-18 (by 8/31/14), Jul 20 – Aug
9, Deadline: May 14. Flexible payment schedule.
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NSGT University Preparation for students from around the world (Click here
for PowerPoint on SIG in prestigious locations: Columbia, UC-Berkley, U of
Chicago, Yale)
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Boost SAT and/or ACT scores working with The Princeton Review®, a
leading provider in test preparation.
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3-week intensive summer program (live in college dorm) designed to
make you the strongest college applicant you can be and prepare you
to gain admission to the college or university of your choice. Learn how to
apply for financial aid and scholarships, write powerful resumes and
essays, and present yourself professionally.
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Tour area colleges and universities and speak to admissions personnel
(Potential: DePaul U, Marquette U, Northwestern U, U of Illinois-Chicago, U
of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign, U of Notre Dame, U of Wisconsin-Madison)
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Enjoy a variety of fun social activities in the evenings and excursions on
the weekends .
Contact Information: Kate Vieillard– Director of Marketing,
[email protected], +1 203.399.5101, http://www.giftedstudy.org/
WDMCS Contact: Alena Treat, [email protected] (U-SIG Chicago Academic
Dean)
Northwestern University Center for Talent
Development Summer Program for PreK to 12
 http://www.ctd.northwestern.edu/summer/
 Offered at Northwestern and Elmhurst College
 Residential programs starting in Grade 4
 Accelerated learning experiences for
academically talented students
 Variety of classes in English, writing, humanities,
mathematics, science, design and technology
 Need to have qualifying scores and grades
 Staff quality varies
 Registration for Summer 2014 started January 1,
2014
CTY (Center for Talented Youth)
 http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/index.html
 International program with sites in America,
China, Ireland, etc…
 Living on campus
 Instructors are almost always college
professors or researchers
 High school credit offered for most
programs, some even offer college credit
 Each site has own traditions
 Large amount of freedom on campus
CTY Johns Hopkins Site
 Intensive studies program (grades 7 and
up…most kids aged 13-15)
 3 weeks long, lived on campus, suites
 RA groups sectioned into triads
 Amazing professors from all around the
country
 Always very busy, activities always available
 “no study rule”
Epsilon Camp
 http://www.epsiloncamp.org/
 A residential camp combining family vacation in
the lap of nature
 It is an intensive student camp and a parent
workshop - running in parallel
 Epsilon Camp 2014 will be held from July 27
(arrival date) to August 10 (departure date) on
the campus of Seattle Pacific University, Seattle,
WA
 The application season for new applicants to
Epsilon 2014 is Nov. 15 - April 30
 Has been attended by a local family who
enjoyed the experience
Concordia Language Villages
Arabic
Chinese
Danish
English
Finnish
German
Italian
Japanese Korean
Norwegian Portuguese Russian Spanish
French
Swedish

http://www.concordialanguagevillages.org/newsite/index.php
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Different sites in Minnesota
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Villagers learn about culture and customs in the language of the
Villages
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Week long to 4 week long immersion programs
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Different languages taught at various times in the summer

Rolling admission
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Programming for 2 to Adult
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Summer Villages (ages 7-18)
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Summer Villages: High School Credit (ages 14-18/grades 9-12)
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Summer Villages: College Credit for High School Students (ages 16-18/grades 11-12)
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Pre-Kindergarten (ages 2-5)
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Summer Day Camps (ages 6-11)
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Spring Break Villages (ages 12-17)
Duke TiP

http://tip.duke.edu/
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Duke TIP Summer Studies offers:
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A community of motivated and engaged peers
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Course topics and learning experiences unavailable to most middle and high
school students
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Age-specific programs that are geared specifically toward gifted students
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Expert instructors, approximately 90 percent of whom hold or are working toward
an advanced degree

An intense, accelerated pace in the classroom. Students attend a single class for
seven hours each weekday and three hours on Saturdays

A stimulating educational model that promotes higher-level thinking through
interactive, inquiry-based learning

Engaging social and residential experiences to complement your academic
endeavors
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In order to offer the very best academic and residential experience, Duke TIP
organizes program sites based on age group. Certain sites are exclusively for
seventh and eighth grade students while other sites are specifically designed for
eighth, ninth, and tenth grade students.
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Score Requirements: Duke TIP offers two levels of summer programs, Academy
and Center, which have different score requirements for admission. Please review
the SAT and ACT score requirements in Eligibility. (Here is the link:
http://tip.duke.edu/node/371)

Online applications open for 8th, 9th, and 10th grade students on January 27 and
for 7th grade students on March 24
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes
Middle School and High School Programs

http://summerinstitutes.stanford.edu/

Middle School Program

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Three sessions

Six intensive courses

Residential program

Students from US and around the world

Social activities

Two weeks long
High School Program

Three sessions

Residential Program where students are housed in academically themed
residences

Wide range of subjects

Students from US and around the world

Three to six weeks long

Registration opens this month

Admission based on work samples, school transcript, teacher recommendation
and a recent standardized test. Evaluation is based on “not only grades and test
scores, but also students’ unique experiences together with their passion for
learning.”
Online Summer
Opportunities
CTY Online—Johns
Hopkins Univ.

A distance learning education offering eligible students academic acceleration
and enrichment at home or at school.

Honors Pre-algebra class fall 2010 (as a 6th grader).

Individually paced session--time based enrollment and tuition, on 3, 6, 9 months
basis. Session can be extended with re-enrollment or one month extension.

School and College Abilities Test (SCAT, offered through the CTY Talent Search
year-round ) to qualify for Grade 2 to 6 courses. SAT-I, ACT, or PSAT for students in
grades 7-12. Scores for each individual courses are posted on CTY website*.
Provisional admission available*.

Each student is provided with a login i.d. and a password.

Course material recorded by videos; notes, sample problems with solutions, and
practice problems are posted online.

CTY faculty provides office hours online 4 days/week, 5 hours/day. Whiteboard live
session or by email.

End of Chapter test, mid-term exam and final exam to receive a grade.

Receive CTY official course completion academic record at the end.

Website: http://cty.jhu.edu/ctyonline/index.html.
Other
Summer Opportunities
SENG
Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted
Most conferences about giftedness focus primarily on educational
issues. While they may include a few presentations about the
social and emotional development and needs of gifted people
and the challenges facing the gifted population, these
presentations play a minor role.
SENG conferences reverse the priorities. They believe that
recognizing, understanding, and accepting the social and
emotional needs of this population are the first priorities for
teachers, parents, and counselors. SENG supports strong gifted
education programs, but believe the emotional piece is the
foundation for the development of healthy, happy, well-adjusted,
appropriately educated, and contributing gifted members of
society.
SENG Annual Conference 2014
Growing Gifted Globally

http://www.sengifted.org/programs/conferences

Date: July 18-20, 2014

Location: San Jose, CA

Registration Opens Late February; listing of keynote
speakers & breakout sessions probably listed then

Conference is geared to educators, parents, mental
health professionals

Website provides conference costs & hotel info
 NOTE: gifted children & teen programming
available while parents attend conference
Websites
Websites to Help Explore Gifted
Enrichment Opportunities
 Hoagies – Website for Parents & Educators
 About.com – Parenting Gifted Children
Hoagies
Website for Parents & Educators of Gifted
This site was created by a parent of a gifted child. It has a
multitude of resources, in-depth articles, lists (books, toys, camps,
etc), and links to help in a variety of areas related to giftedness.

The general website address:
http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/
Hoagies – Enrichment Links

Time to Start Thinking About Summer
http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/think_summer.htm
article provides insights about selecting an appropriate
camp/program for your gifted child. Additional references
and websites listed in article.

Summer and Saturday Enrichment Programs
http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/summer.htm
article lists summer and Saturday enrichment programs
categorized internationally, nationally, by state, and multistate options. A great way to explore a variety of options.
About.com
Website for Parents of Gifted
This site offers several areas of information about gifted
written by Carol Bainbridge who has been involved in gifted
education for 15yrs and is the parent of a highly gifted child.

The General Website Address:
http://giftedkids.about.com/
About.com – Enrichment Links

Top Summer Camps for the Gifted
http://giftedkids.about.com/od/educationoptions/tp/gifted_camps.htm
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Extracurricular Enrichment Opportunities
http://giftedkids.about.com/od/educationoptions/u/education.htm#s2
Summer Math/Science Opportunities

A* Summer Math Camp Location: Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA Web site: http://astar.accordeducation.org/summercamp

ALL GIRLS/ALL MATH Location: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE Web site:
http://www.math.unl.edu/programs/agam
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AwesomeMath Summer Program Location: University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX and University of
California at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA Web site: http://www.awesomemath.org

Camp Euclid Location: Online Web site: http://euclidlab.org/programs/camp-euclid

Canada/USA Mathcamp Location: Mathematics Foundation of America, Location varies Web site:
http://www.mathcamp.org/
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CCNY Scholars Program Location: City College of the City University of New York, New York, NY Web
site: https://summerscholarsacademy.theschoolsystem.net/ssa.html
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Competitive Math Academy Location: Bentley University, Waltham, MA Web site:
http://www.competitive-math-academy.com/cma/page/index.php
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COSMOS: California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science Location: University of California
4 campus locations - UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz, UC San Diego Web site:
http://www.ucop.edu/cosmos/
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Epsilon Camp Location: Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA Web site: http://www.epsiloncamp.org/
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Governor's Institutes of Vermont: Mathematical Sciences Location: University of Vermont, Burlington, VT Web
site: http://www.giv.org/
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Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics (HCSSiM) Location: Hampshire College, Amherst, MA Web
site: http://www.hcssim.org and http://www.yp17.org
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Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (IMACS) Hi-Tech Summer Camp Location: Various locations in
Florida and North Carolina Web site: http://www.imacs.org/math-computer-science/educational-summerprograms/
International Mathematical Camp “Formulo de Integreco” Location: The Euler Foundation and Saint Petersburg
State University, Losevo, Leningrad Area, Russia Web site: http://www.euler-foundation.org/?page_id=579/
International Mathematical Summer School for Students (for students in the last 2 years of high school
only) Location: Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany Web site: http://math.jacobsuniversity.de/summerschool/2013/
Institute of Technology Center for Educational Programs Location: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,
MN Web site: http://www.itcep.umn.edu
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Lamar Achievement in Mathematics Program (LAMP) Location: Lamar University, Beaumont, TX Web site:
http://www.math.lamar.edu/activities/LAMP/LAMP.aspx
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LSU MathCircle Summer Enrichment Program Location: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Web site:
https://www.math.lsu.edu/dept/mathcircle
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Mathematica Summer Camp Location: Bentley University, Waltham, MA Web site: http://www.mathematicacamp.org
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MathILy Location: Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA Web site: http://www.mathily.org/
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Mathlinks Summer Math Camp Location: San Diego State University, San Diego, CA Web site:
http://mathlinks.us
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MathPath (Ages 11 - 14) Location: Mathpath, Location varies Web site: http://www.mathpath.org
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Math and Related Sciences (MARS) Camp Location: University of Maryland, Eastern Shore, Princess
Anne, MD Web site:
http://www.nsa.gov/academia/early_opportunities/math_edu_partnership/mars/index.shtml
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Math Camp for Swimmers Location: Kenyon College Gambier, OH Web site:
http://www.tpscamps.com/swimming-camps/math-camp-for-swimmers
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Math Summer Programs and Math Camps on College Campuses in New York State Location: Various
locations, New York State Web site:
http://www.summeroncampus.com/main/ActivityProgramsList.asp?CategoryID=6
Math Zoom Summer Camp Location: University of California, Los Angeles, CA Website:
http://www.mathzoom.org
Michigan Math and Science Scholars Location: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Web site:
http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/mmss
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New York Math Circle Summer Program Location: NYU Courant Institute, New York, NY Web site:
http://www.nymathcircle.org/summer
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Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS) Location: Boston University, Boston, MA Web
site: http://www.promys.org
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Puerto Rico Opportunities for Talented Students in Mathematics (PROTaSM) Location: University of
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Mayaguez, PR Web site: http://www.ompr.pr/
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Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students Location: University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON,
Canada Web site: www.iqc.uwaterloo.ca/qcsys
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Research Science Institute (RSI) Location: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Web
site: http://www.cee.org
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Ross Mathematics Program Location: Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Web site:
http://www.math.ohio-state.edu/ross/
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Rutgers Young Scholars Program in Discrete Mathematics Location: Rutgers University-New
Brunswick, Piscataway, NJ Web site: http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/ysp/
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Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) Location: Various locations (see web
site) Web site: http://seap.asee.org/
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SMaRT Camp (Summer Mathematics Research Training) Location: Texas A&M University, College
Station, TX Web site: http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/Camp/
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SOARing in Mathematics (Students Optimizing, Analyzing, Researching) Location: Austin Peay
State University, Clarksville, TN Web site: http://www.apsu.edu/soar
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Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) Location: Stanford University, Stanford, CA Web
site: http://math.stanford.edu/sumac
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Stony Brook Mathematics Camp Location: State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook,
Stony Brook, NY Web site:
http://www.stonybrook.edu/cesame/students/MathCamp/mathcamphs.shtml
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Summer Explorations and Reasearch Collaborations for High School Women (SEARCH) Location:
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA Web site: http://www.mtholyoke.edu/proj/search/
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Summer Program in Mathematical Problem Solving (SPMPS) Location: Bard College, Annandaleon-Hudson, NY Web site: http://www.artofproblemsolving.org/spmps/
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Summer Institute for Mathematics at the University of Washington (SIMUW) Location: University of
Washington, Seattle, WA Web site: http://www.math.washington.edu/~simuw
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SummerMath Location: Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA Web site:
http://www.mtholyoke.edu/proj/summermath/
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Summer Math Institute Location: University of North Texas, Denton, TX Web site:
http://tams.unt.edu/academics/summer-math-institute
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Summer Mathematics Institute Location: Oakland University, Rochester, MI Web site:
http://www.math.oakland.edu/ousmi.html
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Summer Mathematics Program for High School Students Location: University of Utah, Salt Lake
City, UT Web site: http://www.math.utah.edu/hsp
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Texas State University Honors Summer Math Camp Location: Texas State University, San Marcos,
TX Web site: http://www.txstate.edu/mathworks
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Texas Tech University Summer Math Academy Location: Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Web
site: http://www.stem.ttu.edu/sumac.php
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The Summer Science Program Location: Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA Location: New
Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM Web site: http://www.summerscience.org
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UCLA Mathematics Institute for Young Scholars Location: University of California, Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA Web site: http://www.curtiscenter.math.ucla.edu/k12.html
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UConn Mentor Connection Location: University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT Web site:
http://www.gifted.uconn.edu/mentor/
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Williams College Math Camp (WCMC) Location: Williams College, Williamstown, MA Web site:
http://sites.williams.edu/mathcamp

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