Middletown High School

College Programs / Summer Camps

Private College located in Illinois/ Division 1 with sports 
Deadline: June 1st
Camp: June 16-21st (Band Orchestra, & Choir) 
Enjoy personal enrichment classes with academically-motivated students from around the world. Students currently in grades 9 - 12 are eligible to apply. This three-week, non-credit-bearing program attracts students who represent the next generation of innovators and global citizens from around the world. Enroll in this elite program and immerse yourself in an international experience designed to expose you to leading-edge fields and equip you to be a leader in an ever-changing tomorrow. (Term 1: June 16-July 5th 2019/ Term 2: July 14- August 2, 2019) ***Application Deadline: April 15 2019***
This a career-Focused leadership conference for outstanding high school students. Qualifying 9-11th grade students explore potential careers, learn practical leadership skills, and experience life on a college campus. Please see the website for more information, application, and scholarship deadline. (Scholarship Deadline: March 15th) 
University of Akron-Girls Engineering Day
This free event is open to girls that in grades 9-12. It is a casual event and our way of introducing young girls to engineering and what UA has to offer. We want students to get a feel for the campus while meeting professional engineers, engineering students and other girls that share an interest in engineering.

All participants will receive a free brunch. Plus participate in the events below:

  • Honors engineering panel
  • Participate in an engineering activity
  • Tour Auburn Science and Engineering Center labs and Donovan Engineering Design Center

Please click here for more information. 

Wright Scholar Research Assistant Program (3.5 GPA or higher/Deadline January 8th 2019)

The Wright Scholar Research Assistant program is an Air Force Research Laboratory initiative designed to expose high school juniors and seniors to various disciplines of engineering and science in an effort to further their interest in future STEM career options.  Wright Scholars are employed as full-time, paid interns for 9 weeks during the summer.  Students are competitively selected to work on a research project under the guidance of their assigned mentors.  They also participate in weekly workshops, lectures, and tours to expand their knowledge of potential science and engineering career fields. At the end of the program, Wright Scholars are required to present their project work to their peers and mentors, and a program certificate is awarded.

For more information and a application please click here