Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Programs at University of Chicago for middle school and high school students

Middle school and high school students may be interested in the following programs offered through the University of Chicago.

1) CoderSpace youth learn to code, collaborate on local client projects, and develop leadership skills for a digital world. There are still few seats still available for CoderSpace's 8-week Summer 2017 program. Free to high school students.  

To learn more, visit the website.

2) StoryArts Summer Camp is an affordable, full-day summer camp for Mid-South Side middle school students. At StoryArts, campers explore their personal and community narratives through different artistic mediums. The program runs from July 5 - July 28, and will take place at the University of Chicago. 

To learn more, visit the website.

3) University of Chicago Bridge Program
Take College Courses while you are in High School! The University of Chicago's College Bridge program is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. Accepted high school students will be able to take University of Chicago courses for free (including books). Note: the application requires letters of recommendation from HS teachers & counselors.

For More information and to Apply:  visit the website.

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