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The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, offers a five-week summer program for students who have completed their sophomore year of high school.  June 26-July 29, 2011.  College credit is available.

SMFA Boston Summer Program

 

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The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University offers an intensive four weeks of art-making and classes for high school students entering their junior and senior years.

Application requirements include transcripts and portfolio (slides, photos, etc.   The Art Institute of Boston Young Artist Residency Program.

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The Cranbrook Academy for the Arts in Bloomfield, MI offers three three-week sessions for young artists aged 13-18.  Sessions take place Monday through Firday from 9:30-3:30, but boarding is available.  Students can attend one, two, or all three sessions.

Cranbrook Summer Art Institute

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Wesleyan College in Connecticut offers a five week summer camp called the Center for Creative Youth.  Offering programs for both creative writing and the visual arts, the camp is available for high school students.

Center for Creative Youth

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The Summer Young Artist Residency Program is available for a limited number of students who will be entering their junior or senior year of high school Fall 2010.

Accepted students choose a full schedule of courses from the Summer Pre-college program and live in the Lesley University residencies on our Cambridge campus.

The AIB studios are located on our Boston campus, however a free university shuttle is provided to and from Cambridge. A program of evening and weekend events is included in the residency program price along with meals and local transportation. The residency program, complete with successful coursework and activities, carries six college credits. Scholarships are not available for this program.

For more information:  http://www.lesley.edu/aib/curriculum/precollege.html

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For students who are driven by creative ideas or intuitive talents, who are above average in the classroom and want a fun, intellectual challenge this summer, A+ Summer is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to be immersed in an environment that encourages advanced thinking, creative problem solving, and a lifelong love of learning.

Students have the exclusive opportunity to live and study with like-minded peers at Stanford University, the academic heart of American innovation and entrepreneurship. With the help of a dynamic staff of dedicated “live-in” instructors, participants will push beyond standard school curriculum and learn to think outside of the box. Our stimulating courses build student proficiency in the logic, critical thinking, and writing skills that are essential for academic success at any level.

A+ Summer is divided into three separate sessions- one for middle school students, one for 9th and 10th graders, and one for entering 11th and 12th graders. Each program boasts an exciting schedule of classes and unforgettable recreational activities, including Bay Area excursions, guest speakers and daily entertainment.

For more information:  http://www.educationunlimited.com/camp/category/3/a+-summer.html

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Are you looking for a fun, exciting and creative way for your child
to spend some time this summer?


Summer FUNdamentals Art Camps offer enriching, creative experiences for campers in PAFA’s beautiful galleries, the art studios of the school, and around the city.  24 different week-long fun and creative sessions are available beginning July 6 and running through August 14.   Sessions are designed to appeal to all levels and interests of young artists, ages 6-15 years.
Campers need only bring their imagination!

  • Each camp session runs for one week, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • A FREE pre-camp session is available each morning, 9 to 10 a.m.
  • A post-camp session is available 3 to 5 p.m. for $60 weekly or $15 daily per child.
  • On Fridays at 2 p.m., families and friends are invited to a special exhibition and reception of the art projects created that week.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Summer Camp for Young Artists

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