CREATIVE OPTIONS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Be a Bobcat this summer. Participate and explore these on campus opportunities for high school students.
If you are completing your freshman, sophomore or junior year of high school,
we have a great program for you! At Ohio University's Summer Honors Academy 2013, you can explore the myths and realities of college life while still in high school -- before you decide which colleges to apply to or which institution to attend.
Learn what it means to take regular college courses and live on campus. This summer, discover what you really like or what you don't.
Summer Start Freshman Summer Experience is an innovative program designed for newly admitted Ohio University freshmen to help you get a head start on your Ohio University studies.
Open to the entire freshman Fall 2013 class, Early Start in Athens is a fully integrated program offering a residential, credit-bearing curriculum coupled with a full range of student services designed to address the specific needs of first-year students or, attend classes online. It's an ideal opportunity for you to gain the confidence you need to succeed at OHIO.
Clay Carey, Asst. Workshop Director
740.593.2591 / email@example.com
The 2013 High School Journalism Workshop is scheduled for June 19-22, 2013. The Workshop is a unique opportunity for students and their advisers. Highlights of the workshop:
Join us this summer for a week-long celebration and exploration of Mozart’s music for students of high school age and older. University credit is available to all participants for an additional fee.
July 14-20, 2013; option to extend until July 23
Dan West, Director
The Ohio University Summer Forensics Camp, sponsored by the Ohio University Forensics Program and the School of Communication Studies, will be held on the campus of Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Our Forensics Camp will offer instruction and practice in:
• Limited Preparation
o International Extemp
o US Extemp
• Oral Interpretation
o Duo Interpretation
o Humorous Interpretation
o Dramatic Interpretation
o Prose/Poetry Manuscript Reading
• Public Address
o Original Oratory
o Oratorical Interpretation
• Public Forum Debate
The Pre-Engineering Program (PEP) in the Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology assists incoming students from disproportionately represented groups to transition from high school to a Russ College engineering or technology degree program. The program stresses the development of good study skills adequate for a successful college career.
Communiversity Summer BandDr. Andrew Trachsel, School of Music
University students and community members of all ages learn and perform four band concerts under the direction of guest conductor/directors. University credit is available.
Kwabena Owusu-Kwarteng, Interim Director
Ohio University Upward Bound is a successful college access program that was established in 1967 and is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. Upward Bound provides high school students who are first in their family to attend college with readiness skills and support services that cultivate resilience, confidence, and preparation for a healthy and successful transition to, and graduation from, a college of their choice.
June 16-22, 2013
Christopher Hayes, Director
740.593.4244 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The OHIO Summer Music Camp is designed for high school brass, keyboard, percussion, vocal and woodwind students who want to enhance their musicianship and interact with other student musicians from across the state and region. Develop your music skills through large ensemble participation, master classes, lessons, academic classes and concerts with the renowned faculty of the Ohio University School of Music.