Summer at Adelphi for High School Students
High school students have a variety of opportunities to study at Adelphi over the summer as well as during the Spring and Fall semesters. See these opportunities for students entering grades 9-12 to explore a variety of fields.
Our extensive University resources are available to high school students who enroll in our programs for the summer.
Pre-College Certificate Program
Through this online college-level program, high school students will explore an academic area of interest in a challenging and supportive University-based learning community. Students will also participate in college-readiness workshops and learn tips and tricks to get ahead on their college search and application process.
The Pre-College program offers a variety of different course topics from which students can choose, and all Pre-College classes are taught by Adelphi’s nationally recognized faculty.
High School Summer Sessions
Get a jump start on your college education by joining Adelphi’s discounted Summer Sessions this year. If you are currently in high school, you may earn college credits by registering for one or more of our 200+ online courses offered during Summer Session I or II. The summer allows for open enrollment so register today!
Alice Hoffman Young Writers Retreat
In partnership with best-selling author Alice Hoffman ’73, Adelphi presents this annual intensive writing workshop where high school juniors and their teachers can experience the power of arts-based learning.
The retreat features creative writing workshops with Adelphi faculty, accomplished writers and artists, and English education graduate students. All admitted students receive a full program scholarship.
For those looking to boost their test scores, Adelphi is home to prep courses for the SAT, ACT and New York State Regents exams.
And there are camps for almost any interest. Debate camp, chess camp, baseball camp, lacrosse camp and more will be calling Adelphi home for the summer; often coached by Adelphi faculty and coaches.