Early Experience Program at DU
The Early Experience Program (EEP) is designed for students in grades 10-12 of exceptional maturity and academic ability. Eligible students take regular University of Denver courses for undergraduate college credit. The program is offered during the regular school year and summer quarter. The cost is 50 percent of the normal tuition per credit hour.
Summer Institute for the Gifted
This program of the National Society for the Gifted and Talented (NSGT) offers three-week academic summer camps for gifted and talented students ages 4 to 18. The program combines academics with engaging social, cultural and recreational opportunities. Students can choose from 22 campuses including Yale, Princeton and the University of Chicago. Residential, commuter and day programs are available, as well as a Residential SAT Prep program for students ages 5 to 18.
More info here: Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG)
Jeffco GT Hawaiian Wilderness Experience
Click here to learn more about the opportunity for gifted and talented 6th graders and high school students to visit Hawaii. The Hawaiian Wilderness Education Program will focus on three broad areas which contribute to meeting Jeffco Public Schools curricula standards; Science, Geography and History.
Center for Bright Kids
Summer programs for high-ability, high interest students programs are held at the Colorado School of Mines campus (Golden, CO) for kids grade 4 - 11.
The Camp Invention is a weeklong summer enrichment program for children entering grader 1-6. The program instills vital 21st century life skills such as problem-solving and teamwork through hands-on fun!
PG Retreat is a community of families with profoundly gifted children and teens. PGR helps to form connections and friendships, and to share resources and experience. PGR organizes the annual Retreat, informal local gatherings around the country, listservs, and web forums to support its members.
Dumb Friends League Critter Camps
Humane education is defined as the teaching of the principles of justice, goodwill and humanity toward all life. More than 13,000 youths benefit annually from the Dumb Friends League's programs. Through school presentations, shelter tours, our popular day camps, summer camps and Junior Volunteer Clubs, they learn lessons in compassion, respect and responsibility—values that make a better world for animals and people.
School of Rock
In addition to the year-round programs, School of Rock also offers 1 and 2 week all-day summer camp sessions. These programs are intensive musical learning experiences where kids can immerse themselves.
Dinosaur Ridge Summer
This week long half-day camp at Dinosaur Ridge has campers explore Colorado's fossils and rocks through hands-on activities and experiments. Campers can see, touch, and measure real dinosaur bones, tracks, and understand how these layers of rock got here and what they tell us!