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Sail Caribbean camps offer a variety of Caribbean summer adventures including teen sailing camps, teen scuba camps, summer community service camps, marine biology camps and adventure education.
An adventure in the arts for talented teens
We take college students to the deep ocean on a traditional sailing vessel to learn about the sea.
This program is a summer residential program for talented students who are passionate about the outdoors and interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in the study of the environment.
Shorashim is dedicated to inspiring Jewish identity through a connection to Jewish peoplehood and Israel. Our programs bring together Americans, Israelis, and Jews around the world.
Led by top youth organizers, you'll have the opportunity to learn the essentials of grassroots advocacy, build community, and come away with the skills and resources to be a force for change.
The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) is a four-week residential program for exceptional young women with strong interests in science, engineering and medicine.
High School Study Abroad and Spanish Immersion programs. Open yourself to the adventure of study abroad and experience life
A hands-on immersion program, located in Italy, in the arts and humanities for high school students, ages 15-19.
If you love music and want to spend time with others who love music just as much as you do, make the St. Olaf Music Camp the highlight of your summer.
Each summer, SMYSP immerses ethnically diverse high school students in to the worlds of science, health, medicine, and college.
While learning outdoor skills, you will also work with others to solve tough problems, be part of a team to run your camp -- cooking, cleaning, sharing responsibilities -- and get in physical shape.
Stanford's High School Summer College provides academic, social and intellectual opportunities that cannot be found in a high school classroom.
Summer Discovery offers the world's most popular pre-college enrichment programs for high school students at 10 distinct college campuses.