Washington University In St. Louis

School Notes Overview:

The High School Summer Scholars Program at Washington University in St. Louis could be the most rewarding, exciting, and challenging five weeks of your life. As a High School Summer Scholar, you will be part of a small, select group of rising high school seniors exploring the realities of college life. You will earn up to 7 units of college credit that will transfer to most accredited colleges and universities, giving you a head start toward your college career......

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School Overview:

County Saint Louis County, MO
Program Name Washington University High School Summer Scholars Program
Program Type Intensive academic program awarding college credit
Number of Students 80 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades rising high school seniors -
Ages Accepted Age 16 - Age 0
First Session Start Date June 13
First Session End Date July 17
Second Session Start Date July 18
Second Session End Date August 20
First Program Weeks 5 weeks
Program Director Marsha Hussung
Founding Year 1988
Application Date 5/7/2018

School Notes:

  • The High School Summer Scholars Program at Washington University in St. Louis could be the most rewarding, exciting, and challenging five weeks of your life. As a High School Summer Scholar, you will be part of a small, select group of rising high school seniors exploring the realities of college life. You will earn up to 7 units of college credit that will transfer to most accredited colleges and universities, giving you a head start toward your college career.
  • And you'll develop academic and social skills that will give you a tremendous advantage when you leave for college next year. Our beautiful campus sits on the edge of Forest Park near the zoo, art museum, science center, history museum, and the Muny open-air theatre. Here you can make friends and have fun while exploring St. Louis.
  • One of the best parts of the Summer Scholars Program is the people you meet and what you do outside of class. As a Scholar, you will spend approximately 16-20 hours a week in class. Remaining time is free for you to organize as you wish around studying for class, writing papers, doing laundry, socializing, etc. There are trips and social events, but also plenty of unscheduled time where you can get to know Washington University and the other students spending the summer here.

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