Summer Programs



For the past twelve years Ball State’s Interior Design program has offered a high school Youth Interior Design Forum. This is a workshop experience where high school students of all levels learn about interior design in a hands-on way. The workshop explores fundamentals of 2D and 3D concepts, basic drawing and illustration skills, use of color and light effects, and how interior environments affect human behavior. At the end of the workshop, students have new friends, new perspectives, and a personal portfolio full of ideas!

This year, once again, we will be offering a ten day on-campus workshop during the summer and two online workshops during the summer for high school students who have an interest in studying interior design at the college level. Registration for the summer Youth Interior Design Forum is open now.

About 80 percent of college students in the United States end up changing their major at least once, according to the National Center for Education  statistics.  Participation in this workshop will help students build an art portfolio, help them make their final decision about declaring “interior design” as a major and also help them with a smooth transition to college after this exciting campus experience. Further, we will waive a required elective course for them, if they participate in the workshop and get admitted to Ball State University to study Interior Design.  

For more information and registration please visit our website at

DNYay! Summer Crash Course in Genetics
Thank you for your interest in the 2022 Genetics Bootcamp! The dates of camp are June 13-17, 2021, from 9:00 to 12:00 at Lafayette High School. There is no cost to attend this camp! For more information on the camp, please visit: If you have any questions, you can contact the instructor, Dr. Nick Teets at or by phone at 859-257-7459.


Gettysburg College is excited to offer several opportunities for high school juniors and sophomores to attend academic programs and athletic camps over the summer months. Learn more about our summer programming below or take a moment to explore their website

  • Civil War Era Studies (CWES) - Students will immerse themselves in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, while studying American Civil War History through lectures, field trips, and unique learning experiences. The program will explore the circumstances leading to the war, investigate significant battles during the war, and explore the condition of the United States after the war.
  • Camp Psych - Students will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology during this interactive and engaging introduction to the field.
  • Eisenhower Institute's Civic Engagement Camp - Built on the tradition of Dwight D. Eisenhower's commitment to public service, this program is designed for highly motivated high school students who have a passion for understanding the importance of civic engagement within the American political system and advancing the "unfinished work" of American democracy.  
  • Young Writers' Workshop - Students gain an in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen. 
  • Athletic Camps - Gettysburg College coaches share their knowledge as they work with students interested in playing athletics at the college level. Camps include football, swimming, women's soccer, and men's lacrosse.



Program Date: June 5-10

Students will spend the week with a full schedule of hands-on forestry and natural resource activities relating to forestry, entomology or wildlife at UK's Robinson Forest.

Applications are due by May 20, 2022. Application requirements: 

  • Completed application
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Non-refundable fee of $50

To apply, pick up a brochure and application in the Counseling Office.


LLCEC 2022

Deadline to Apply: May 20

The 17th Latinx Leadership & College Experience Camp (LLCEC) will take place from Sunday, July 24th through Friday, July 29th hosted by Bluegrass Community and Technical College Global Learning and the Latinx and Immigrant Support Office. The 2022 LLCEC will be held in Central Kentucky at Berea College. The LLCEC is hosted by BCTC Global Learning Division and the Latinx and Immigrant Services Office. 

During the week of camp, students will attend workshops and college-like classes, get to know university professors and college students, and learn from community leaders, artists, and professionals. In addition to this, participants will learn about topics such as leadership, identity, Latinx, indigenous, and black history, and community involvement. They will also be able to participate in sports, theater, art, music, and dance activities. Other activities include a College Fair, rock climbing experiences, movies, dance lessons, and the opportunity to meet incredible Latino community leaders.  

Students need to out this pre-application.  Because we are reconvening in a world of covid, space is limited; pre-applicants will be invited to attend an LLCEC Orientation Meetings (May 23 in Lexington and May 24 in Louisville) with their parents or legal guardians in order to confirm their participation.  At the LLCEC Orientation Meeting, families will complete all LLCEC permission forms, sign up for LLCEC classes and receive the LLCEC orientation packet as well as meet the program directors and some of the college student leaders.



MSU has two STEM based camps for rising 9th and 10th graders.  Both of these programs are residential based and the students will stay in Grote Thompson Hall (with meal plan) for the duration of the program. The cost per student is needs based and assistance is available for funding. You must enter a completed registration or application form online through the website. There are limited spaces available per program and based on time of registration or application criteria for entrants will be selected. Once we hit each program limit, a follow up correspondence will go out to all qualifying participants. Visit for more details. 



It's never been a better time to explore health careers in a hands-on! You will join select students from across the Tri-State. Participate in instructor-led hands-on activities and have the opportunity to speak directly with top health professionals.

WHEN: Monday, June 13th - Friday, June 17, 2022 
TIME: 9:15 am - 3:00 pm 
WHERE: Gateway Community & Technical College, 790 Thomas More Pkwy, Edgewood, KY 41017

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, May 20, 2022 11:30 pm (this is a very popular camp and is limited to 30 students)

Click HERE to register!



SCAD Summer Seminars -
During this weeklong program, participants choose two workshops from a palatte of award-winning academic programs, including animation, fashion, film and television, graphic design, illustration, interior design, photography, sequential art & more.

June 12-17
   June 26 - July 1
   July 10-15
   July 17-22

June 12-17
   June 26 - July 1
   July 10-15
   July 17-22
   July 24-29

SCAD Rising Star -
Over five weeks, students will complete university coursework and earn college credit.  Students will live in residence halls and will have access to industry-standard technology, software, and resources to compete their assignments, including 4K cameras, 3D printers, and the full Adobe Creative Suite.

Program Dates (Atlanta & Savannah): June 19 - July 22



UK 2022 Summer Dance Intensive will be June 6-10.  The five days will be filled with classes in ballet, modern, jazz, African jazz, hip-hop, modern partnering, improvisation, and choreography.  Housing available beginning June 5th at Holmes Hall.  Scholarships available!

Check out the website:



Camp Dates:  June 12-17

To register, visit

  • Culinary Camp
  • Advanced Culinary Camp
  • Baking & Pastry Camp
  • Advanced Baking & Pastry Camp
  • Medical Camp
  • NASA Hunch Culinary Camp


University of Michigan - The Joy of Coding

Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan is excited to be offering an online course that high school students can participate in this summer, The Joy Of Coding, which takes place June 22, 2022 - August 3, 2022. 

This is our second year offering this course. The Joy of Coding online course has been specially created for anyone who wants to experience first-hand the power and thrill of coding computers to do amazing things. Created with high school students in mind, it is a great way for anyone to step into the wondrous world of coding. You’ll learn by doing and experience how coding powers apps such as Snapchat and TikTok. 

No prior coding experience is required! Anyone who wants to learn is welcome. Students who are able to commit 4-6 hours a week and chip away at the material daily will succeed.

Students will: 

  • Have weekly asynchronous coding lectures/assignments using an interactive textbook
  • Learn to code at their own pace with support from Michigan ECE faculty and students 
    • No scheduled lectures 
  • Have our commitment to help you get unstuck when learning to code 
    • Everyone gets stuck somewhere, at some point!
  • Receive a certificate of accomplishment to bolster your college applications

Please visit their website for further information including math prerequisites, cost ($99  + tax), important dates, and more! For priority consideration, please submit an application by April 30, 2022! Need-based financial aid is available.