Week-long, residential summer camps on the campus of the SC Governor's School for Science & Mathematics for rising 8-10th graders designed to engage campers in a fun and interactive STEM environment. Courses change annually, but often include CSI-GSSM, astrophysics, marine biology, pre-med & anatomy, and programming with Minecraft.
The SC Governor's School for Science & Mathematics delivers a computer science and technology-based summer day camp for rising 7th and 8th graders in partnering school districts across South Carolina. Students work on innovative team-based challenges using a variety of cutting-edge technologies.
The SC Governor's School for Science & Mathematics' three-year, virtual engineering program for 10th - 12th graders in partner districts designed to develop the next generation of creative and technical thinkers by offering motivated SC high school student an innovative and accelerated path toward college engineering degrees.
The SC Governor's School for Science & Mathematics' new engineering and design-thinking summer day camp for rising 8th and 9th graders in partner school districts across South Carolina. Students work in teams on challenges while being introduced to engineering concepts.
The Maine School of Science and Mathematics Summer Camp inspires young minds to pursue their favorite subjects through innovative and interactive classes. For seventeen years, students ages 10-14 have been coming to Limestone, Maine eager to learn and have left with renewed passion for the STEM fields. It is our hope that a single summer experience can spark a life-long desire for learning.
Academic classes traditionally offered include Robotics Challenge, Physics of Ballistics, Rocketry Design, Animal Medicine, Mathematical Origami, and Real Life CSI. Through our summer programs, students develop the skills to be life-long learners and leaders. When not in class, a variety of recreational activities are offered, enhancing the summer camp atmosphere.
The North Carolina School of Science of Math Summer Accelerator Program extends to a global audience our 30 years of experience educating talented high school students and enriching their lives. Our highly skilled faculty focus their talents on building the strengths of high achieving students in advanced science and math topics for rising 7th through 12th graders.
Our Student Life Instructors live on campus year round and develop the life skills of our summer students and school-year residential students. We uniquely craft college-level academic experiences, as a campus and flagship high school of the University of North Carolina system, in an appropriate setting for high school students. Go beyond what feels comfortable this summer and join our community to accept the greater challenge. Our Accelerator provides a number of academic possibilities.
Accelerator Summer Programs at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM)
Rising 7th - 12th graders
Overnight and Day options
Tuition ranges from $1,365 to $1,875
Applications are open and admissions are rolling
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MIT does not offer a traditional open-enrollment summer school program where any high school student can come to campus to take courses and live in the dorms. However, several partner organizations run small, specialized programs on campus. If you'd rather study the human genome or build a robot than memorize this year's summer TV reruns, then you might try one of these.
Georgia's Innovation Competition for K-12 with free curriculum (designed by NCSSS Board member Amanda Baskett) that you can use in your school or with summer camps.