Summer Programs on College Campuses
Looking for something to do this summer? Students may want to consider attending an academic program on a college campus.
St. John's College
in Santa Fe is offering three, week-long, intro to college summer study programs to high school students. One rising senior or junior from Bosque School may attend this event and stay on campus for free (an $1,100 value). Please contact our Director of College Counseling, Mark Giesmann, by March 11 to be considered. More information about the program can be found here: https://www.sjc.edu/summer-academy
These summer programs can be a practical way for students to get a taste of college life, or to explore a potential college major or career path. Most colleges offer some type of exploratory program. It is easy to find opportunities by searching "summer programs for high school students" at your school of choice. This STEM program at New Mexico Tech
, for example, has been popular with Bosque School students in previous years: https://www.nmt.edu/stem/sse/sse-index.php