Events & Announcements
Smith College: Summer Precollege Programs at Smith are open to academically talented girls who will enter grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 in fall 2017. Enrollment is limited to ensure a quality academic experience. For more information and to submit an application go to www.smith.edu/summer.
Duke University: Duke Summer College for High School Students (grades 10 & 11) to earn academic credit or Duke Summer Academy for High School students (grades 9-12) to enroll in personal enrichment courses with a global perspective. To apply go to email@example.com.
Cornell University: Cornell University is offering 2, 3 and 6 week summer programs. Students can earn 3 to 6 credits in courses. For more information go to summercollege.cornell.edu.
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting based at Boston University's College of Communication: Three two week sessions are being offered. Students participate in seminars and work alongside veteran journalism teachers and award winning local and national journalists. For more information visit the website.
Rutgers Pre-Engineering Summer Academy: Rutgers University is offering an intensive one week certificate program to introduce students to a variety of engineering areas. Student must be between 16-18 years old, have completed courses in precalculus and physics and submit an online application.
University of New Hampshire Hospitality Management Program: The University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics invites area rising seniors considering a career in hospitality management to participate in a one week residential summer program July 16 - 22, 2017. The summer program fee will be $325.00. For more information visit http://paulcollege.unh.edu/departments/hospitality-management/summer-program.
Boston University: Boston University's pre-college programs offer a chance to study at one of the world's top teaching and research universities. For more information go to bu.edu/summer/highschool.
Academy of Media Production /Boston University College of Communication: Offers creative high school students the opportunity to develop their cinematic or journalistic storytelling skills.Create videos, webcasts, multi-camera productions and more. Program dates are July 10-August 4, 2017. For more information and application materials go to bu.edu/amp.
Barnard College: Students will be challenged and stimulated while living and learning like a college student in NYC. For more information visit www.barnard.edu/summer.
Bucknell University: Bucknell is launching a new summer program Bucknell Academy Summer Experience (BASE). The program is open to high school students who will be rising juniors or seniors. For more information and the application go to bucknell.edu/BASE.
WPI Frontiers: Session 1: July 9-21, 2017; Session 2: July 23-August 4, 2017. This is an on campus, residential, research, and learning experience for soon-to-be high school juniors and seniors. Frontiers blends science, technology and engineering programs with humanities and arts workshops. Additional information is available at wpi.edu/+frontiers.
WPI Launch: August 7-11, 2017. This is a learning and research opportunity for students entering their freshman or sophomore year in high school. Workshops will be offered in biology, chemistry/biochemistry, computer science, engineering technology, environmental modeling, interactive media and game development. Additional information is available at wpi.edu/+launch.
Syracuse University: Students can choose from 30+ credit and non credit programs, explore college majors, study at the college level. Many programs fill up early so visit firstname.lastname@example.org to register and for more information.
Assumption College: Experience college classes, learn what college is like as you begin the college application process and find out about Assumption College's select liberal arts program. For more information and to apply go to www.assumption.edu/admissions/pre-college-summer-program.
Marist College: Earn college credit and get a taste of campus life while still in high school. The Marist Summer Pre-College Program is available to high school sophomores and juniors. Visit www.marist.edu/precollege for more information.
Pratt Institute: Pratt Institute's PreCollege program welcomes 400 high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The students encounter life as an art and design college student and upon completion of the program earn four elective credits that are accepted at most colleges and universities. For more information go to email@example.com.
University of Pittsburgh: The Bridge Program is a college prep and leadership academy that is being held July 9-14, 2017. For more information go to PittBridge@pitt.edu.
Johns Hopkins University: The Pre-College Summer Program offers qualified high school students the opportunity to take freshman and sophomore level credit classes in arts, sciences and engineering. For more information and to submit an application go to www.JHU.EDU/SUMMER.
Adelphi University: Experience life as a college student while pursuing credit-bearing and noncredit courses in nursing, computer programming, psychology, the arts and science. For more information go to precollege.adelphi.edu.
Wentworth Institute of Technology: A four week program in the Department of Architecture called SummerFAB, is being offered to students entering grade 10 and above. Students who successfully complete the program and later enroll in the Architect program at Wentworth can use it to replace a four credit elective course. Graduates of SummerFAB will also be eligible to receive a one time $2,000.00 tuition scholarship towards their freshman year. For more information go to http://legacy.wit.edu/summerfab.
Alfred University: The summer programs offer top quality instruction in a supportive environment, enjoyable activities, pleasant surroundings while also giving students an idea of what it is like to be in college. For more information go to www.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm.
Regis College: The Regis Summer Scholars Program is designed for high school students. Earn six college credits through two introductory courses taught by dynamic faculty (English composition and your choice of a communication or health science course). For more information and to register go to regiscollege.edu/summerscholars.
Stanford University: Many pre-collegiate programs are offered to students in grades 7-12. To apply go to spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself.
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences: A three day program for rising juniors and seniors who are interested in health sciences, public service and making a positive impact. Students will discover how public health professionals tackle the most pressing challenges of today while working to anticipate and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. Apply at www.mcphs.edu/SummerImmersion. Deadline to apply is June 1, 2017.
Iona College: Pre-College Program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Students can earn three transferable college credits while experiencing college life. Learn more at www.iona.edu/precollege.
Information on the upcoming SUMMER AND FALL, 2017 SAT Preparation Courses, to be held at Bridgewater State University, and BSU Attleboro (new site!), can be found by clicking on the link below.
Naviance is a web-based resource that provides students with features that include college research and matching tools, course planning and career assessment. You will find Naviance on the Family Connection website which allows parents and students to manage college and career selections. Guidance counselors are able to track the progress of individual students, communicate and collaborate with students and families as well as submit transcripts, school forms and recommendations through Naviance eDocs.
Senior College Information 2016-2017
- Letter to the parents/students regarding college application procedure
- College application process with Naviance
- College application transcript request form
- Group guidance information
- Brag sheet
- School Profile 2016-2017
- The Common Application
Transcripts for Graduates
Graduates who need to obtain their transcript should contact the guidance department at 508.222.6073 or email Mrs. Means at firstname.lastname@example.org.