A Message from the Director
Thank you for your interest in the 2021 Morehouse College Summer Academy. We are excited about the variety of programs offered this year and believe you will find one that will provide an exciting and valuable educational experience for your child.
Program descriptions are provided according to the school or college education level.
We hope that you will join us for a rich and memorable summer experience on the campus of Morehouse College!
Dr. Mel Foster
Director, Morehouse College Summer Academy Associate Provost for Academic Success
Summer Academy Overview
The Morehouse College Summer Academy provides an enriching blend of academic opportunities and social engagement for students in elementary, middle, and high school, as well as college, to advance their studies and interests in subject areas in the humanities, sciences, arts, and technology fields.
High school juniors and seniors can experience on-campus living and learning as they attend intellectually rigorous, college-style classes and gain skills and confidence as they prepare for their higher education. Each program offers a wide range of subjects that will engage and expand student interests, as well as deepen their knowledge and understanding of college life.
Aside from the academic aspects of each program, there are a multitude of extra-curricular activities that will also teach students about the Atlanta area and the history of Morehouse. In addition to the daily mini-core classes, students will participate in workshop sessions on topics such as SAT preparation, financial aid options, leadership, and career choices.
For detailed information and questions, please contact the directors and program coordinators listed under each program on the following pages.
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The Summer Academy Office has no control over application deadlines set by individual program directors. In some cases, these deadlines are governed by their funding source. Morehouse College does not discriminate in admissions policies and educational programs on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national origin, or persons with disabilities.