This summer we will be offering the following academies (space is limited, so please register early):
College Prep Academy - June 3-14, 9am-1pm

You are about to finish high school, so let's jump start your college preparations! This academy is for those who just finished 9th, 10th, or 11th grade only. We will work on important items like creating your scholarship portfolio, choosing your top colleges, preparing for the SAT and ACT, and many others.

Middle School Academic Academy - June 3-14, 9am-1pm

Getting good grades and taking advanced courses is the key to moving towards college! This academy will help reinforce English and Math skills so you can excel in school. We also will be sure to include some of your favorite fun summer activities, so don't worry; you aren't sitting at a desk all day!

Color of Justice - June 10th & 11th (registration deadline = May 17th)

This is a two-day program for middle and high school students interested in careers in law.  More information can be found here: http://courts.alaska.gov/outreach.htm#coj

(Please note: The academies are only open to currently active ETS students who attend one of our target middle schools {Begich, Clark, Romig, Wendler} or high schools {Bartlett, East, West}.)

Other Summer Opportunities

We also encourage you to consider programs offered through the community, including:

UAA’s Robotics/Engineering Camps: Open to grades 4-12, register as soon as possible here: http://puffin.uaa.alaska.edu/summercamps/

Camp StartUp: Young women ages 14-18 who are interested in the business field can apply for a full scholarship to travel to Fairbanks or Massachusetts to participate. Applications are available from your ETS advisor.  

College Horizons: American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students can travel out of state to visit colleges and learn about admissions. Open to 10th & 11th graders. More information can be found here: http://www.collegehorizons.org/about

ASD Gifted Mentorship: Students in 11th & 12th grade can participate in a mentorship in the career field of their choice. Apply by April 26th here: http://asdk12.org/projects/gifted/

*ETS is not hosting these, nor will we be involved with them in any sense, but we are offering information for your consideration. ETS students who have participated in all of these in the past gave positive reports of their experience.