It’s time to plan your summer vacation 2017! We’ve identified various types of programs which will provide you with a meaningful, challenging, and rewarding summer experience.
- 2-6 week pre-college program at UCLA to prepare your transition from high school to college. A wide range of courses is offered, including UCLA credit classes. (Students completing G9, 10, 11)
- 2-6 week pre-college program at the University of Pennsylvania to gain UPenn course credit or attend other academic enrichment courses. (Students completing G9, 10, 11)
- Attend a pre-college program at a top US university (Amherst College) to get a taste of what college life might be like and visit other top universities on the east coast. (High school students)
Internship Programs for High School Students (discoveryinternships)
- 4-week summer internship for high school students in New York City, Boston, and London. Get real-world work experience, enhance your resume, earn a letter of reference, and stand out on your college applications. (For students completing G10, 11, 12)
- Immersive music / dance / drama program run by one of the most prestigious performing arts institutions in the world (The Juilliard School). (Ages 10-18)
- Develop your talents and interests in filmmaking / acting / photography / dance / music in a premier visual and performing arts program for young people in the U.S. (Ages 13-18)
- Intensive English program with exciting recreational activities and invaluable homestay experience in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Ages 12-17)
- 4-week comprehensive English language program at one of the great American girls’ schools. Students can also participate in various extracurricular activities including horse riding. (Middle and high school students, girls and boys)
All-Round Elite Camp
- A summer learning experience at Collège du Léman, an elite Swiss boarding school on the shores of Lake Geneva. Various programs offered: science and technology, English and French, Model United Nations, sports, arts and performing arts. (Ages 8-18)
- Travel with world-class editors, writers or photojournalists of The New York Times to explore and investigate important issues in different parts of the world. (High school students)
- Thematic trips to some of the most amazing destinations in the world. Themes include community service, language learning, cultural exploration, and photography. (Middle and high school students)
Get details of our summer activity highlights, learn how a summer program can increase your chance of getting admitted to a top university, or register for any of the above programs NOW!