Campus Opportunities

SENIORS: Click here to download college visitation form permission slip.

College visitation days will count as absences, but will not count against semester test exemption. No more than two college visits will be approved, per senior, without the absences counting against semester test exemption. College visits are for individual seniors to attend the campus with their parent in order to help them make their college choice. Groups wanting to attend together will not be approved.

Rose State College and the Gerrity Chapter of the Air Force Association (AFA) are in a common quest to engage tech savvy middle school and high school students.  Summer camp for those interested in cyber security and comptuer forensics.  In addition to exposing participants to the world of computer forensics, the camps also will prepare interested students for the 2014-2015 national competition.  This tuition for this extraordinary 4-day learning experience is only $59 per student.  Taught by Rose State's Cyber Security professors, the session will be offered:  9:00am to 12 noon - July 7-10 (high school age students) and 9:00am to 12 noon - July 28-31 (middle school age students).  For enrollment information, please contact the Community Learning Center at (405) 733-7392.

Four Star Leadership summer program offering leadership training, policy debate, speech competition and scholarship, and the opportunity to engage with national and global leaders, July 13-19 in OKC.  Former Commander-in-Chief of American and Coalition forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, General Franks hosts the camp, with co-hosts Oklahoma Christian University (OC), Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCP) and the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).  This is a competitive camp with $20,000 in scholarships being awarded to the top wineers of the Four Star Leadership Award, Opinion Editorial Competition, Persuasive Speech Competition and Student Congress.  The first place scholarship will also result in a $1,000 scholarship to the winning student's school.  In addition, students who successfully complete the camp will be eligible for one of three full-tuition scholarships to the University of Texas at Arlington.  All high school students are encouraged to apply - http://fourstarleader.com/2014/02/apply-now-for-the-2014-program-with-20000-in-scholarships-being-offered/.

Washington University in St. Louis - High School Summer Institutes for 2014.  Course Options:  Foreign languages (French & Spanish), Humanities, Math and Science, Social Sciences, and Pre-professional studies.  Session A is June 8-Jul 12 and Session B is Jul 13 - Aug 15.  For more information, visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu

National YoungArts Foundation - Actors, dancers, filmmakers, musicians, photographers, singers, singer/songwriter, visual artists, designers, and writers - aged 15-18 or in grades 10-12.  Apply through Oct. 17, 2014 at www.youngarts.org for details on the application and information about the organization.  Applicants are eligible for:  awards of up to $10,000 per student, master classes with world-renowned artists, a chance to be recognized as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, opportunity to appear in YoungArts MasterClass on HBO, opportunity to attend a regional program in either Miami, New York or Los Angeles, performance opportunities in the most prestigious venues around the country, and join a network of over 17,000 YoungArts alumni.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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