Carlow University Summer College (CSC) is a new program for high school students this summer being offered to expand their college credit options for high school students. The courses will be offered virtually, asynchronously from June 20-Aug 11. Carlow currently has a federal grant that will allow ALL students from Butler Senior High School to receive FREE tuition and textbooks. If interested, please refer to the program flyer.
-Only open to rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors
-Students must have a 3.0 GPA by the end of this academic year
-Students must attend one mandatory, on-campus orientation on June 16, 2023
-Students are limited to two courses maximum but are recommended to register for only one course
-Space is limited for each course...sign up soon!
NOTE: There is one registration form for all high schools, and it lists a fee for each course. Butler SHS students should NOT submit any payment. Carlow staff will apply a grant to BSHS student accounts once they complete the form.
University of Pittsburgh is hosting a Cyber Security Camp for High School students from June 19-23 from 9:00am - 1:00pm. Classes will be taught by cybersecurity professionals from Pitt and elsewhere. Students will learn in-demand skills like cyber hygiene, Windows and Ubuntu system administration and more. The camp will conclude with students competing to find and fix vulnerabilities in a virtual machine environment. Visit their website for more information and registration details.
Keystone Boys State is an educational workshop for high school student leaders who are selected to attend this intensive week-long summer program. This year the camp will be held at Shippensburg University from June 18-24. The fees are covered by the American Legion. If interested you can visit their website to learn more and register.
State Police Youth Week Program is sponsored by the American Legion each summer. This program is open to male and female students between the ages of 15 and 18. "Cadets" will participate in a wide variety of instructional sessions wth Local, State Police and Feral Law Enforcement Agencies. This is not a recreation camp so students should be physically fit and have a good academic record. If interested students can visit the SPYWP website for more information and registration forms. The camp will be held this year at Messiah University from June 11-17.
Wendy Dunlap, regional representative from the PA Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA), will be hosting a Junior Jump Start program virtually on May 10th, at 6:30 p.m. This program is intended for 9th-11th-grade students and families. Information will be shared about how to get a jump on understanding higher education costs and financial aid including how to prepare to apply for scholarships and other types of financial aid.
To access this webinar you will visit the PHEAA webinar website.
The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) offers webinars monthly about multiple items related to the financial aid process for pursuing post-secondary education. Register here
Or copy/paste: https://www.pheaa.org/virtual