Easter Seals summer Computer Program is designed for students with special needs.
The Summer Institute for the Gifted provides the highest quality educational and social opportunities for academically gifted and talented students through residential, commuter, day, and online programs for students ages 5-17.
New England School of Photograpy's CAMP PHOTO is a summer workshop for high school students ages 15-18 who want to experiment with their photographic visions.
Improv Asylum's Juvie Division: Professional improv training for kids & teens.
A camp of scientific discovery. From voyages on research vessels to exploring tidepools, from working with seals to studying sharks, our programs immerse you in the wonder of marine science.
Set sail aboard the schooner Roseway for ten days of community building and service, along with a lot of fun!
Visit East Coast campuses such as Harvard, U. Penn, Swarthmore, Georgetown, RISD, Columbia and NYU. Meet students from all over the US while touring 10 college campuses in 7 days! Food and board are included on this chaperoned bus tour.
The CityLab Biotechnology SummerLab provides students with a hands-on experience and the freedom to design and plan their own experiments, while providing the support to help them learn from their mistakes.
Language immersion, tours & adventure travel for teens looking for an enriching summer study-abroad program- Italy, Spain, France, Costa Rica, Mexico, South Africa, China, Europe
Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG) runs multi-week summer academic programs for gifted, creative, and academically talented students ages 5-17.
During our 12 years in Boston, we have provided incredible summer experiences for thousands of high school students
Diablo Glass School is offering glassblowing camps for teens, Mon-Thurs, 9am-4pm, every week of the summer.
Interested in creating an impressive art portfolio and earning college credit? Study with professional artists while exploring the culturally rich city of Boston during a 4 week artist residency at The Art Institute of Boston in July.