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     ACCESS ASU Summer Opportunities 
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    • Live on campus
    • First-hand experience in Criminal Justice
    • Work with Criminal Justice professionals
    • Tours of prison, crime labs and morgue 
     For more information contact Dr. Danny Pirtle at dpirle@asu.edu or call 832-549-7878
    See Dr. Nerini for applications
     
    Collegiate Scholars Academy Summer  
    • High achieving, academically talented and/or gifted rising 10-12th graders
    • Eager and prepared to take on challenging university level courses for credit over the summer
    • From various SES backgrounds. (scholarships available for PUHSD students)
    • Has access to a residence in Maricopa county during the program dates (non-residential program) Residential component will be offered this year. Cost is $2900.
    • Gets good grades, performs well in class, well-behaved, on an honors/IB/AP track. Must meet minimum GPA requirement of 3.2 unweighted and 3.5 unweighted for math and science courses.
    • Highly recommended by a teacher

     Barrett Summer Scholars

     

    • High achieving, academically talented and/or gifted rising 8-10th graders
    • Various SES statuses
    • Eager and prepared to take on challenging college level coursework over the summer
    • Able to dedicate their time to live on campus during the duration of the program (1-2 weeks)
    • Gets good grades, performs well in class, well-behaved, on an honors/IB/AP track.
    • Highly recommended by a teacher
    • Scholarships available for students who qualify (based on financial need)

     

     Summer Experience at West 1 & 2

     

    • Residential (Rising 11th &12th Grade) Non-Residential (Rising 9-12th Grade)
    • Students will gain entry into university level research
    • Students will interact and engage with faculty
    • Students will learn about resources, student life and the Sun Devil Way
    • Program cost of $50 for residential program and $25 for non-residential (scholarships available)

     

     Cesar Chavez Leadership Institute

     

    • Residential program for rising 11th and 12th grade students
    • Students learn leadership, civic and community engagement as well as diversity
    • There is no GPA, but students should be high achieving or have a string teacher recommendation 

     

     
     
    ACT Prep
     
    Check out this ACT website for some helpful tips and videos to prepare for the ACT.
     
     
    USMC - Summer Leadership & Character Development Academy (SLCDA)
     
    SLCDA is a weeklong leadership program designed to challenge our nation’s
    top-performing high school students. Capitalizing on 240 years of leadership
    experience, the academy positions the Marine Corps as a partner in higher
    education and a contributor to the professional development of young
    citizens.
    • Rising high school juniors and seniors (Current sophomores and Juniors).
    • Involved in positive extracurricular activities.
    • Highly active in their community.
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA.
    • Must be at least 16-years-old at the time of the academy.
    • Application Deadline April 1
    Applications available https://slcda.marines.com
     
     
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    Midwestern University's annual Health Careers Institute for High School Students will take place this year from July 13-22 on the University's campus in Glendale, AZ. This FREE medical program is open to current Junior and Senior high school student and offers hands-on lab activities and lectures designed to introduce student to a variety of health professions. Applications and flyer may be downloaded online at: