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                         SUMMER PROGRAMS

READING SKILLS AND SPEED READING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTSOffered through LeMoyne College's Center for Continuing Education. Designed and taught by faculty from the Institute of Reading Development. Phonics, Fluency, Comprehension, Love of Reading, Textbook Skills and Speed Reading. All programs meet once each week. Tuition varies by program grade. Please ask about the Family Discount. Programs are for 4-Year-Olds and Entering Kindergartners, Entering 1st Grade through 11th Grade. Also a program for Adults, Entering 12th Graders and College Students. For more information or to register CALL 1-800-978-9596. You can also find information in your Counseling Office. 


Alfred University has some wonder summer enrichment programs that they are offering for high school and  pre-high school students this summer. These are all residential camps where the students will enjoy spending time learning about a favorite subject with other students with the same interests while experiencing life on college campus. Listed below are the residential high school institutes that will be offered:

* Art - Portfolio Preparation for College Bound Artists - JULY 9-13 2017
* Astronomy - JULY 16-20, 2017
* Ceramic & Glass Engineering - JUNE 25-29, 2017
* Chemistry -  "The Nature of Light" - JUNE 25-29, 2017
* Computer - TBD - check the website (www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/computer-engr.cfm) for updates
* Creative Writing - JUNE 25-29, 2017
* Equestrian (both English and Western) - ENGLISH - JULY 9-14, 2017, WESTERN - JULY 23-28, 2017
* Equine Business - JULY 16-20, 2017
* Robotics - JUNE 25-29, 2017
* Swimming - JULY 9-14, 2017
* Theatre (our only 2 week institute) - JULY 2-14, 2017

For more information, go to www.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm or stop by your counseling center.

Syracuse University presents  An Entrepreneurship Immersion Experience for High School Students July 3-28, 2017  High School students, ages 15-18  Do you have great ideas for inventing a product or service and starting a business but aren’t sure how to make it happen? Learn how to become an entrepreneur in this four-week summer immersion program at Syracuse University. Take a business idea from product to sales!  Opportunity identification • Team building and leadership • Finance and sales • Marketing and communication • Supply chain management What are the benefits? • Learn how to start and grow a business • Build your resume/portfolio for college applications • Learn from staff at SU’s Blackstone Launchpad and Syracuse Student Sandbox • Live on campus in a student residence hall or commute from home Application deadline: June 1 Don’t miss out! Apply today! Visit summercollege.syr.edu/EIE for more information—application procedures, tuition, scholarships, room and board, etc. ? sumcoll@syr.edu ? 315-443-5000

Junior Achievement of Central Upstate New York and Syracuse University are proud to come together to offer a summer college experience for high school students. 
This four-week immersion program will give young people the chance to learn about:

  • How to start a business
  • Build a resume/portfolio for college applications
  • Learn from staff at Syracuse University
  • Live on campus in a student residence hall or commute from home

For more information contact:  sumcoll@syr.edu  or call 315-443-5000 

This summer, Binghamton University launches Binghamton Summer College, a two-week program that provides an early college experience for academically talented, rising high-school juniors and seniors.Scheduled Sunday, July 16 through Friday, July 28, the experience will offer students a preview into what college life at a premier public university is all about.Applications are available now!There are many reasons your students should apply. Opportunities include:

  • taking courses such as "Intro to Engineering," "Business Foundations and Leadership Academy," "Speech and Debate," "Behind the Scenes at the Museum" and "How to be a Writer," taught by distinguished Binghamton faculty.
  • living in Binghamton's modern residential halls.
  • meeting other talented high-school students.
  • exploring the local community.
  • learning about the college admission process and financial aid.

The deadline to submit an application is May 1, but earlier applications are encouraged since programs have limited enrollment.


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Future Leader Camp

Future Leader Camp (FLC) is a two-week summer program that develops leadership potential in high school students. FLC is a challenging, meaningful adventure camp that builds understanding of small-group leadership techniques, leadership ethics, teamwork, problem solving, and communication. Participants will encounter challenge, excitement and fun. 

Activities include:

  • rappelling
  • paintball
  • first-aid
  • classroom instruction
  • basic drill
  • challenge course

GenCyber: Cyber Security and Cyber Defense Camp



Do you have students with some computer background who might be interested in a degree or career in cybersecurity? If so, Norwich University, in Northfield, VT, is hosting a free residential cybersecurity camp for 21 high school juniors and seniors this summer, and there are still openings. However, the April 30thdeadline to apply is approaching fast.

Attendees get free tuition, room and board, and materials to the program. The camp introduces students to information security and cyber forensics through labs (including hands-on, outdoor, and competitive in-class exercises) and presentations from local experts and guest speakers. There are field trips planned to places like Ben & Jerry's and the Vermont Emergency Operations Center. Students will even be provided with the hardware and software to build a mini computer, which they get to keep at the end of the program! 


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