Summer Programs 2017
Piano and Chamber Music Institute
Talented precollege students in piano, strings and other instruments can fine-tune their performance skills in solo and group settings, as well as study music history, music theory, ear training and music literature.
Art Studio for Teens
Students use various art media for creative projects with experienced artists.
Adventures in Music Camp (Piano)
Students will enhance their solo and ensemble performance, and gain a greater understanding of music history and theory knowledge.
Imagine! Drama Camps
June 12-16 and 19-23
This one-week (for grades K–5) and two-week (for grades 6–12) camp gives students the chance to plan, create and participate in a theatre production.
Athletic Training Summer Clinic
Learn about careers in athletic training, sports medicine and physical therapy. Students participate in hands-on demonstrations.
June 19-23 or July 24-28
Learn how to become a better writer and submit your work in contests and publications.
Alabama Governor’s School
This program provides academic, creative and leadership experiences for gifted high school seniors. Students are nominated by their high schools. Note: This is an invitation-only event.
Minority Youth Science Academy
This program offers college preparation and mentoring for outstanding minority students with interest in science.
Animate is an academy in worship leadership for teenagers and their mentors. Register as an individual or a team from your school or congregation.
Great Ideas Summer Institute
Intellectually ambitious students engage ideas that form the essence of the Western intellectual tradition with faculty members and other exceptional high school students.
Bulldog Art Camp
With the help of experienced art instructors, students will see, touch, hear and feel the vocabulary of art by incorporating color, line, shape, texture, space, value, form, balance and rhythm.
Adventures in Music Camp (Piano & Voice)
All Aboard for Music Camp
A learning experience for preschoolers ages 3–5 and 6-year-olds who have not attended first grade, campers enjoy a week of singing, movement, listening activities, music literature features, crafts, orchestral instruments and learning centers.