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Pre-College Summer Programs

BRONCast Sports Media Academy

High School students are introduced to a comprehensive, behind-the-scenes experience in the sports broadcasting and journalism arena. Students are immersed into learning all facets of sports media for their professional goals, from interviewing skills, traits of sports journalism to fast-action motion photography and much more!

BRONC Tank Entrepreneurial Academy

Rising high school juniors and seniors are introduced to the concept of entrepreneurship through a university level Entrepreneurship Studies (ES) program. Young entrepreneurs explore the start-up process, understand the genesis of business concepts, devise marketing strategies, identify sources of customers and anticipate potential challenges and solutions.

Westminster Summer Programs for Young Artists

Westminster Summer Camps

Each summer middle and high school students from across the nation come to Westminster for an extraordinary learning experience. Working with Westminster’s renowned artist faculty, they strengthen their passion for music, develop their technique and expand their creativity in an atmosphere of artistic and intellectual discovery. Our programs offer residential and non-residential options.  For more information or to register visit

Gifted and Talented Program

Academically motivated high school students are welcome to jump-start their college career. Rider's Gifted and Talented Program is designed to give high school students the opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while still in high school. ​While attending classes at Rider this summer, students will immerse themselves in the college experience, expand their academic interests, and discover potential future majors, while earning credits toward their degree.  You may choose 3-Week or 6-Week courses during the Summer Session II.  We offer a wide array of classes – at half the regular tuition cost. To get started on your dreams this summer, please contact 609-896-5033 and learn more about our course offerings for high schoolers. Then complete a Gifted and Talented Program application