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Summer Programs

Registration for 2018 Summer Programs

The Summer Institute is at capacity. We will be accepting no new registrations for the 2018 program.

Each summer, HCPSS offers learning experiences and educational opportunities through a variety of programs and classes. The summer classes and camps are open to both Howard County and out-of-county residents.

2018 Summer Classes

For questions and updates, please contact Alice Giles, 410-313-6627 or summer_school@hcpss.org

Gifted and Talented – 2018 Summer Institutes for Talent Development

Print registration for the G/T Summer Institutes is still open.

The G/T Summer Institutes provide interested students with advanced-level instruction and enrichment experiences not regularly available during the academic school year.

G/T Summer Institutes Catalog (PDF)

  • Session 1 – June 25-July 6, Wilde Lake Middle School
  • Session 2 – July 9-July 20, Wilde Lake Middle School

Registration form (print only)

Health form (PDF)

Howard County Recreation and Parks Fun Zone – WLMS G/T Program Before and After Care (PDF)

For additional questions, please contact LaDonna Norjen, 410-313-7005

Comprehensive Summer School – High School

Registration will be open February 1 at 3:00 p.m. – February 15 at 11:59 p.m.

Register

The HCPSS Comprehensive High School Summer Program is designed to provide diploma-bound students entering Grades 9 through 12 with opportunities to support academic achievement and acceleration. The program offers high school credit-bearing courses in a variety of content areas and levels.

Registration and Payment Information

  • June 25-August 3, Hammond and Atholton High School

Contact: Alice Giles, 410-313-6627 or summer_school@hcpss.org

Summer Institute

All grade levels are at full capacity. There will be no new registrations onsite or online.

Access our waiting list. Elementary waiting lists are full. The wait list for Middle School programs remains open.

This program provides acceleration, enrichment and learning opportunities for students entering Kindergarten–Grade 9.

  • July 2–July 27, Stevens Forest Elementary and Oakland Mills High School

The next onsite payment date is Thursday, March 8 from 4:30–7:00 p.m. at the Homewood Center. View registration and Payment Information

Contact: Alice Giles, 410-313-6627 or summer_school@hcpss.org

Middle School World Languages

The program is at full capacity. There will be no new registrations onsite or online.

Access our waiting list →

Students entering grades 6 or 8 are able to take classes to improve their foreign language skills and, in the case of 8th graders, prepare to enter a world language class if they did not take it in 7th grade.

  • July 2–July 27, Oakland Mills High School

The next onsite payment date is Thursday, March 8 from 4:30–7:00 p.m. at the Homewood Center. View registration and Payment Information

Contact: Alice Giles, 410-313-6627 or summer_school@hcpss.org

MESA – Biomedical Summer Enrichment Program

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Students will participate in hands-on workshops addressing a range of medical specialties and take field trips to colleges and science-related facilities.

  • July 2–July 13, Oakland Mills High School

Contact: Raymond Lucas, Raymond_Lucas@hcpss.org

Career Academies

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Career Academies Information (PDF)

Registration Paper Form (PDF) (complete payment by check must be included with form)

Middle and high school students will participate in activities that will help them relate their own interests to different career areas while exploring the Career Academies offered in the high schools.

  • June 19–22, Application and Research Lab

Contact: Stephanie Discepolo, stephanie_discepolo@hcpss.org

Financial Information