Programs for High School Students
Art, Science, and Technology Institute prepare youth for post-secondary education and careers.
Friday, June 21, 9 AM - 2:30 PM
Codes and Communication (Grades 7– 8) $49, Carlson, Noland
Discover the importance coding and decoding have played in history and continue to play in telecommunications today. Understand how a computer thinks and talks. Learn about the history of telecommunications, build a telegraph and make and break secret codes. Pack a Healthy Lunch!
Friday, June 28, 9 AM - 2:30 PM
Space Station: Sci-Fi or Sci-Fact? (Grades 7-8) $49, Carlson, Noland
Have you ever wondered what comets are made of? Are there really aliens? Black holes? Worm holes? How believable is the science in sci-fi movies? Learn how robotics will advance space exploration. Answer these questions and more in this totally interactive class about outer space. Pack a Healthy Lunch!
Mondays and Wednesdays, June 10 - 26, Noon - 3 PM
Academic College Enhancement (ACE) Summer Program (Grades 9-12) $125, Volpe, Doran, Sponsored by the DuBois Educational Foundation.
Penn State DuBois presents the ACE Summer Program to prepare you for college placement exams, introduce you to college expectations, and allow you to experience the excitement of being a Penn State DuBois student. This academic college preparation program will set you above your peers when entering college, The ACE program previews: College Algebra and Pre-Calculus, College English, Study Skills, Campus Life, Career Services, Campus Tours, Peer and Career Mentoring, Alumni Networking, and the opportunity to meet faculty and staff.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 11 - 27, Noon - 3 PM
SAT Preparation (Gr. 9-12) $125 (includes textbook), Taylor, Shenkle
Attention high school students! Do you want to take an inside look at the S.A.T. test? This course will acquaint you with the format of the test and help you devise tactics for taking the test.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rebecca at 814-375-4772 for more information.
Provides a Penn State experience to local high school students. This program will provide a "scholarship award" to high school students, who the high school guidance counselor and campus admissions office evaluate as having the capability to successfully complete college-level classwork, to enroll in courses at a participating campus location beginning with the spring semester of their junior year in high school.