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Academic Programs

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Tennis, golf, and academic camps for ages 9-18. Located at the University of Virginia.
http://www.4starcamps.com/
Offers pre-college enrichment programs for high school students. Held in Wisconsin and Spain.
http://www.acasummer.com/
English language summer courses for children enriched with sports and other activities.
http://www.buckswood.com/
Eighteenth Century Colonial-style residential summer camp for boys and girls ages 9 to 15 in Saint Mary's City, Maryland and Four Oaks, North Carolina.
http://www.campflintlock.com/
Hands-on learning experiences in art, computers, humanities, math, and science for children in kindergarten to grade 8.
http://www.ca-cg.com/
Five-day technology and space, sports, and writing summer camp programs for kids ages 3-13 in Potomac, Maryland.
http://www.ctikids.com/
Day camps held in Austin, Texas to teach girls about a range of subjects including math, science, and technology.
http://www.girlstartcamp.org/
Leadership education organization that sponsors leadership conferences for outstanding middle and high school students.
http://www.lead-america.org/
Find the right summer overnight camp for children, ages 6 to 18, located in the USA and abroad.
http://www.ersolutions.com/
Penn State University and the American University of Paris combine courses that are academically challenging with the spirit of campus life.
http://www.summerstudy.com/
Camp advisory and referral services.
http://www.campadvice.com/
Offers summer camps, afterschool enrichment, school holiday programs, and tutoring.
http://www.roleplay-workshop.com/
A three-week residential, coeducational, summer program/camp for academically talented students in grades 1-11.
http://www.cgp-sig.com/
Science day camp for children ages 5 to 14 in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
http://www.wizardsofscience.com/