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Summer Enrichment Programs

Listed below are a few local activities and enrichment programs available to high school students during the summer months.  The CCC has an accordian file of local and national summer  programs categorized by type of program.  Some programs are low or no cost or have financial aid available.  Application deadlines begin in January.    The inclusion of a program is not an endorsement or recommendation by San Rafael High School.  Students and parents should look closely into any programs they are considering. You should also look at Upcoming Events section of this website.

Academic Summer Programs: http://www.educationunlimited.com

We have an updated Summer Enrichment file organized by type of class/activity which is available for parents and students.

Please see the Upcoming Events area of the CCC website as well.

Palo Alto High School has a very comprehensive list of summer programs both in the US and beyond. Go to www.paly.net, click on College and Career, scroll down to Summer Programs.

Judy Weisen with Student Camp and Trip Advisors works with students nationwide who are looking for that special summer program. She is a known resource and her fee is paid by the program that you attend. 415-454-5441

 

Some Local Programs

PROGRAM

DESCRIPTION

CONTACT

GENERAL ACADEMICS

   

Academic Talent Development Program – UC Berkeley

 

UC System Summer Programs

Academic program for talented and highly motivated students

www-atdp.berkeley.edu/

 

 

 

 

www.ucop.edu/pathways/ucnotes/february07/summer.html

 

College of Marin

Credit and noncredit adult and community education classes

www.marincommunityed.org

415-485-9305

noncredit 415-457-8811 ex 8822

Education Unlimited

Residential and commuter programs at UC Berkeley and Stanford in academics, debate, public speaking, computer programming, drama and SAT prep

www.educationunlimited.com

Excel at Sonoma State

Programs for gifted and academically talented students entering 9th and 10th grades.

www.sonoma.edu/exed/excel

ROP (Regional Occupational Program)

ROP classes are offered in the summer too.

415-433-5860

http://mcoeweb.marin.k12.ca.us/rop/

Santa Rosa Junior College

Credit and non credit adult and community education classes

www.santarosa.edu

707-527-4011

Sonoma State Summer Session

 

 

 

 

Stanford SuperCamp

Upward Bound program for low income, first generation prospective college students

 

Study and life skills

www.sonoma.edu/precollege/

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.supercamp.com  1-800-285-3276

Tamalpais Union High School District

 

 

 

Tall Ship Educatin Academy, Girls Summer at Sea. Must be 11th, 12th graders

Non credit classes for high school students and adults

 

 

3 college credits in Oceanography, 5 units in Leadership Deve. 5 units in PE, community service

Drake 415-458-3420

Redwood 415-945-3660

Tam 415-380-3533

 

 

 

 

RLS Dept 1600 Holloway Ave, SF 94132-4161 www.tallshipacademy.org  Christine Whicraft - cwhitcraft@tallshipacademy.org

UC Berkeley Extension Classes

Many classes available to high school students.

www.unex.berkeley.edu

UC Davis Summer Programs for High School Students

 

 

 

 

Calif Dept of Transportation/San Francisco St U

Many different programs including Upward Bound and research in bio and natural science for soph and jrs

 

FREE 2 week residential program to explore engineering

http://why.ucdavis.edu/visitus/summer_programs.cfm

 

http://ysp.ucdavis.edu

 

 

 

 

www.dot.ca.gov/dist4/sei2008

 

ARTS

   

Academy of Art College

Various art classes

www.academyart.edu

California College of the Arts

Classes in architecture, ceramics, fashion design, graphic design, photography, video, sculpture.

http://www.cca.edu

California State Summer School for the Arts

Intensive summer program for artistically talented youth.

www.csssa.org

 

www.interspark.us

Kids on Camera

 

 

TV and film acting, modeling and communications for ages 4-17

www.kids-on-camera.com

Summer Arts Program at UC Davis

Various arts offerings

http://summerarts.ucdavis.edu/

800-823-5003

 

CAMPS

   

Student Camp and Trip Advisors

 

 

 

 

Egpy Summer (Education Program for Gifted Youth)

 

 

Great Books Summer Program

 

 

Pali Adventures

 

 

 

Walnut Creek Sports League

Need help finding a camp or trip for teens?  Start here by talking to Judy Weisen.

 

academic programs for academically talented youth

 

 

read amd dosciss great literature

 

 

Variety of specialty camps, Los Angeles

 

teen leadership camp-CIT-help supervise yournger campers

415-454-5441

 

 

 

 

 

http://epgy.stanford.edu/summer/index.html  800-372-3749 Ex 325  

 

 

 

 

 

www.greatbookssummer.com/about/index.asp  866-480-7323

 

 

www.paliadventures.com  909-867-5743

 

 

 

 

www.walnutcreeksportsleague.com   925-925-4450

CULINARY

   

College of Marin

Credit and noncredit adult and community education classes

www.marincommunityed.org

415-485-9305

noncredit 415-457-8811 ex 8822

Ramekins

Cooking classes

www.ramekins.com

707-933-0450

Tamalpais Union High School District

 

 

MYC, Marin Youth Center

Non credit classes for high school students and adults

 

Free cooking classes, Thur and Fri afternoons

Drake 415-458-3420

Redwood 415-945-3660

Tam 415-380-3533

 

 

1115  3rd St., San Rafael

499-5860 or email Rachelle@generationchefs.com

MATH, SCIENCE, COMPUTERS

   

Bay Area Multicultural Media Academy

Sponsored by the Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism at SF State

www.sfsu.edu

California State Summer School for Math and Science

Programs located at UC Davis, Irvine and Santa Cruz

www.ucop.edu/cosmos

Digital Media Academy at Stanford

Computer game design, web design, computer animation

www.digitalmediaacademy.org

Headlands Institute

 

 

 

 

Lawrence Hall of Science

7 day residential paid internship and one Saturday/mo, $1,000 at year's end

 

Work side by side with wildlife and marine biology educators and researchers at UC field research station

www.headlandsinstitute.org

 

 

 

 

 

www.lhs.berkeley.edu

510-642-1334

Minority Introduction to Engineering (MITE)

 

OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science Industry

One week program for students interested in the US Coast Guard

 

science and adventure, June-August

www.cga.edu

 

 

 

 

www.cmiregistration.com/user/org/category.ixp?id=19479org=651    

SF State Engineering Institute

Sponsored by the California State Dept of Transportation

510-286-5866

www.dot.ca.gov/dist4/sei2008

Santa Clara University School of Engineering

 

 

 

SeaCamp

One week free program for students interested in science, math or engineering

 

Marine science

http://www.scu.edu/engineering/undergraduate/ses.cfm

408-554-4600

 

 

 

 

www.seacamp.com  1-800-285-3276

Stanford Medical Youth Sciences Program

 Program for economically disadvantaged/low income students inquisitive about science and medicine

http://smysp.stanford.edu

Summer Science Fellowships

Work with Arthritis Foundation scientists.

www.arthritis.org/offices/NCA

415-356-1230

UC Davis Young Scholars Program

Interdisciplinary research in biological, agricultural and environmental sciences

www.ucdavis.edu

 

RELIGIOUS

   

Osher Jewish Community Center

 

 

INTERNSHIPS

Develop leadership skills and explore Jewish culture

 

 

local

non-local 

www.marinjcc.org

 

 

 

 

School to Career - http://stc.marinschools.org

www.monstertrack.com