These are other opportunities outside of PGCPS. Please contact the program directly for more information.
Prince George's Community College Summer Youth Program
These courses are designed for students who have completed grades 2-8 during the current school year. Owl Scholars offers academic and interest-based activities in a college setting. We welcome campers' curiosity, creativity, laughter, and positive attitude. This year, face to face and virtual options are available. Please click on links below for more information.
Maryland National Capital Park And Planning Commission Summer Programs
This summer let your child's imagination come to life as chef, Olympian, gymnast, or even a robotics engineer! We offer assorted camps that fit the imagination of your child, and your needs.Please click on links below for more information.
Prince George's County Memorial Library System Summer
Enjoy the summer with reading and baseball! The Washington Nationals and Prince George’s County Memorial Library System (PGCMLS) are proud to provide creative ways for Prince Georgians to stay connected with baseball and reading. The Nationals and PGCMLS are partnering to present “Summer Prince George’s,” (SPG) a program for all ages that runs from May 16 through August 19. More than a traditional summer reading program, SPG encourages children, teens, and adults to read 30 minutes each day, attend library programs, explore the physical collection of materials as well as a wide range of streaming movies and music in the 85+ online library resources, and participate in interactive social media challenges.Please click on the link below for more information.
Prince George's County Memorial Library System Social Justice Camp
Do you want to create change in your community? Our week-long Social Justice Camp will teach you how to engage your advocacy, make connections in your community, and develop your passions into a product to ignite change. For rising 9th grade through recent graduates. Application open through April 30. Applying does not guarantee participation. Accepted applicants will be notified on May 12. Please click on the link below for more information.
University of Maryland Pre-College Summer Programs
One way to have fun and find out if engineering might be a good fit for you is to try one of the summer programs offered by the Clark School. You can learn about engineering, participate in hands-on activities, and meet engineering students and professors. Please click on the link below for more information.
Bowie State University Summer Programs
This is a summer program for middle and high school girls that provides computer technology/science education to girls in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas. Faculty Mentor: Velma Latson (Assistant Professor, Department of Technology & Security). Please click on the link below for more information.
This is a summer program for middle and high school boys that provide computer technology/science education to boys in the Washington, D C, Maryland, and Virginia areas. Faculty Mentor: Daryl Stone (Assistant Professor, Department of Technology & Security). Please click on the link below for more information.
University of Maryland Baltimore County Summer Programs
2023 Summer Day Camp
For 45 years we’ve built and grown a summer program that emphasizes having fun in a positive, well structured, and exciting environment. During our summer 2023 camp we will make every effort to provide a safe environment for campers, families and our staff. We will follow state and university COVID-19 protocols. Designed for children ages 6-13, the camp curriculum has been created to offer a wide variety of programs to meet the interests, abilities, and needs of our campers and aimed at delivering both fun and learning opportunities for children. Please click on the link below for more information.
Pre College students
Academically strong high school students (rising juniors or seniors) can take summer session classes if they meet UMBC’s high school concurrent enrollment requirements. Most credits earned can be applied to degree programs at UMBC or are transferable to other colleges/universities. Please click on the link below for more information.
Non-credit Summer Enrichment Programs
UMBC’s Summer Enrichment Academy (SEA) provides middle and high school students a stimulating introduction to the college experience with opportunities in science, engineering, technology, the arts and humanities, all led by UMBC faculty, industry professionals and graduate students. Designed to spark our students’ deepest passions and interests, SEA offers a variety of rigorous/engaging 1 and 2 week summer workshops and camp programs. Please click on the link below for more information.