Learn a language abroad on the adventure of a lifetime. You will see the world, experience a new culture, and make friends from 100 countries as you prepare for your global future. Start any Monday and study from two weeks to a whole year. Ages 13 and up...(more)
Guide to Summer Programs 2022
Welcome to the 2022 TeenLife Guide to Summer Programs! Featuring more than 80 summer programs of all different types, from outdoor adventure camps to academic precollege courses, this free guide is the one-stop resource for any teen considering a transformative program this summer.
Use these links to view the articles in the guide “flipbook,” request information from multiple programs that interest you, and scan the Student Testimonials in our blog!
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Acadia Institute of Oceanography's Advanced Sessions are pre-college summer courses offered to students age 15-19 who have completed one year of high school science, preferably biology or chemistry. ..(more)
Get a head start on college by earning credits from Cornell online or on campus.* You can choose from dozens of regular university courses, work with Cornell faculty, study alongside undergraduates, and improve your college study skills...(more)
Deer Hill Expeditions provides enriching wilderness and service experiences in the American Southwest, designed to foster personal growth and cultivate a greater sense of self and community. Students are challenged through these experiences in nature, returning to their communities as more confident, skilled, and empathetic leaders...(more)
Are you an academically advanced high school student looking for a fast-paced college-level learning experience and a chance to engage with like-minded peers? Summer at Hopkins offers an unrivaled opportunity to learn from Hopkins’ world-renowned instructors and connect with academically oriented students from around the globe...(more)
For more than 30 years, VISIONS Service Adventures has set the standard for high school service programs. Immerse yourself in local communities, accomplish impactful projects, and make lifelong connections. VISIONS summer 2022 program locations are Montana Blackfeet and Montana Farm and Ranch in the U.S., British Virgin Isles, Dominican Republic (Spanish), and Peru (Spanish). Start to see the world in a larger way. Dig Deep. Do Good. Amaze Yourself...(more)
The Engineering Summer Academy at Penn offers a unique summer opportunity for a select group of motivated and talented high school students. Experience rigorous and challenging college-level studies at our high-tech, ivy-league program in the heart of Philadelphia!..(more)
Summer is an ideal time to study abroad in high school. Discover new people, places, and perspectives without missing out on your school year back home. Whether you want a two-week dive into sustainable development or a two-month language-learning program, you’ll find our summer study abroad options pack a lot into a little time...(more)
BE MORE THAN A TOURIST! Global Routes is a pioneer in the world of immersive international programming for high school students. Our transformative program model combines meaningful community service, authentic homestays, and unparalleled adventures off-the-beaten-track...(more)
The United States Naval Academy Summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program is designed to encourage rising 9th-11th graders to pursue a course of study in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics...(more)
The National Institute of American History & Democracy (NIAHD) at William & Mary offers 3 courses in which students analyze, interpret, and discuss key events in American history and the places where these events took place. Students develop college-level reading and writing skills; participate in seminar discussions; and interact with historians, architectural historians, curators, and archaeologists. Students earn transferable college credit for their work...(more)
For more than 60 years, Syracuse University Office of Pre-College Programs has been providing high school students with the opportunity to explore potential college majors and careers in its renowned pre-college programs. Students not only learn what it’s like to be a college student, they leave the program feeling confident, enthusiastic and ready for college. After successfully completing a course, you will earn a Certificate of Completion from Syracuse University...(more)
NYU Precollege offers high school students the opportunity to earn college credits and experience life as an NYU student. Through this immersive six-week summer program, students can choose from courses in more than 30 academic areas and engage with NYU’s renowned faculty and classmates from around the world...(more)
In Terp Young Scholars, high school students prepare for college through rigorous academics and dynamic instruction. Learn to navigate the University of Maryland college experience and get a jump on college by earning three university credits...(more)
Take part in our award-winning summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) teen academic programs. Gifted students will engage in experimental research & take exciting field trips. Topics include Biology, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, STEM Entrepreneurship, and more...(more)
SOAR offers high adventure summer camps designed specifically for youth and young adults between the ages of 8 and 25 diagnosed with ADHD and LD. Each of our summer camp programs promotes friendships, increase self-confidence, and develop life skills...(more)
The Summer Academy offers participants a rich experience reading and discussing original texts in lively conversations led by St. John's faculty. Through collaborative inquiry, students learn to listen actively and articulate their ideas...(more)