Get ready for a healthy, safe, and exciting summer at CTY! We'll be hosting programs at sites across the U.S.
- Session 1 (for most sites) is June 26-July 15
- Session 2 (for most sites) is July 17-August 5
A note about our COVID-19 policies:
While we’re still refining our COVID-19 safety protocols in accordance with evolving guidance from Johns Hopkins University, the CDC, the American Camping Association, and public health officials, we know you need some information now in order to start making summer plans. View answers to your most commonly asked questions:
Residential and commuter programs
Commute to our day programs or live with other young scholars in our residential programs. Sessions are available July through August and range from one to three weeks.
New for 2022
CTY at Hopkins brings high school students from around the world together at America’s first research university to live, learn, tackle challenging coursework, and make lifelong friends.
We’re thrilled to be partnering with Virginia State University for the first time to bring the school’s strengths in environmental scholarship into the CTY classroom.
We’re coming to Texas! CTY will be hosting residential programs this summer at Texas Christian University, a top-ranked national university with a picturesque campus in the heart of Fort Worth.
Our beautiful new commuter site in Dallas, Texas, features fun and challenging courses for budding writers, scientists, historians, mathematicians, and engineers.
Get ready to soak up the California sun and learn about forensics, the physics of engineering, the ancient world, writing, and more at our new commuter site in the San Fernando Valley.
Explore Summer Programs
Young Students Program
Learn and grow with talented students from all over the world. Day programs are available for grades 2–6 and residential programs for grades 5–6.
Ready to tackle challenging concepts at a pace suited to your sharp mind? These three-week courses offer accelerated tracks through high school courses and deep dives into sophisticated college-level topics.
Discover new subjects that aren’t part of your typical school curriculum. These three-week courses give students a chance to make big-picture connections across an array of exciting disciplines.