Summer Programs

Name Description Intended For Due Date
Gettysburg College Summer Academic Camps

Gettysburg College is excited to offer several opportunities for high school juniors and sophomores to attend academic camps over the summer months. Subjects include psychology, history, creative writing, piano, or information technology:

Camp Psych - Campers will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology during this fun, challenging, and engaging introduction to the field.

Sunderman Piano Institute - Pianists 12-17 years old who desire to improve their performance skills, collaborate with other pianists, and dive deeply into related music subjects of their choice. Pianists will have opportunities to perform in daily studio class, and the final Friday concert will showcase pianists in both solo and ensemble works

Writing Camp - Students gain an in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen

3D Object Modeling and Printing Camp - Students will study 3D object modeling and printing starting with the basics of a 3D printer. After learning the fundamentals, they will practice designing objects.

Coding for Robotics & Electronics Camp - Students will gain hands-on experiences in coding, wiring, hardware, and building robots through the open source software known as Arduino. Throughout this camp, campers will learn basic electrical engineering, the physics behind electricity, and how to think like a scientist.

Civil War Institute Summer Conference - The High School Student Scholarship component of Gettysburg College's annual Civil War Institute summer conference provides high school students an opportunity to explore the history of the Civil War era on the site of the war's most decisive battle.

Visit Gettysburg College for more information regarding these programs.

Everyone Saturday, June 1, 2019
Advanced Coursework Network through New English Institute of Technology

In the Fall of 2016, Rhode Island secondary schools will have the opportunity to expand the advanced level coursework available to their high school and middle school students through a new initiative, the Advanced Coursework Network (ACN).

The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) will be supporting the costs of the coursework for eligible public high school students. As such, Local Education Agencies (LEAs), public schools, public school students and their families from eligible schools in Rhode Island will not be assessed any tuition or fees associated with participating in ACN courses. Students from outside of the state may be eligible to take the courses at cost, depending on availability.

For more information, please visit http://www.neit.edu/Admissions/Programs-for-High-School-Students-Educators/Advanced-Coursework-Network

Everyone Sunday, June 30, 2019
Tuesday Tutoring--St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Alton)

Tuesday Tutoring is available every Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:30 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Alton. There is no religious component to this program. This FREE tutoring session offers local educators as tutors to assist with homework/studying for quizzes and tests.

Permission slip is needed (see attached). Passes to take the bus from the CHS campus to the church are available from school counselors. Any questions, please see the school counselors in A9 Student Services Suite.

Everyone Saturday, December 31, 2022