US Naval Academy Summer Program

****APPLICATIONS OPEN JANUARY 2014****

Did you know that the United States Naval Academy invites over 3000 students per year to participate in our summer programs? These programs offer your students a chance to visit Annapolis and experience the Naval Academy first-hand.

Our Summer STEM program is designed for rising 8th-11th graders who are interested in pursuing education in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. During the STEM program, students will be exposed to world-class lab facilities and have the opportunity to learn from some of the best college professors in the country. In addition, they will meet fellow students from all over the country that share a similar passion for learning.

SUMMER STEM SESSION DATES

Rising 8th & 9th Graders

June 2-7, 2014

Rising 10th Graders

June 9-14, 2014

Rising 11th Graders

June 16-20, 2014

The Summer Seminar program, designed for rising 12th graders, gives students the opportunity to find out if they have what it takes to be a midshipmen. The program allows students to experience the rigorous academics, physical challenges and student life at the Naval Academy. Summer Seminar is perfect for students who have no prior exposure to a service academy as well as those who are trying to decide if a service academy is right for them.

SUMMER SEMINAR SESSION DATES*

Session 1

May 31June 5, 2014

Session 2

June 7-12, 2014

Session 3

June 14-19, 2014

*All sessions rising 12th graders

Engebretson Foundation Scholarship

Apply at www.engebretsonfoundation.org for a one year scholarship valued at $5,000 per semester. The recipient has the opportunity apply each year.

Criteria includes:

  • Student does not need to be Pell Grant eligible
  • ACT composite = 28 or higher or SAT composite = 1240 or higher
  • Cumulative GPA 3.75 or above
  • Top 5% of graduating class
  • Academic courses &/or Academic improvement
  • Leadership potential

The deadline is March 1, 2014. For more information, please contact Kitty Burton at 402-960-9287 or engebretsonfoundation@yahoo.com.