The George Washington University Pre-College Program

 

Overview

The university offers one-, three-, and six-week credit-bearing and noncredit courses for academically motivated high schoolers. Credit-bearing classes are limited to rising seniors, who attend class alongside George Washington undergraduates. Students enroll in a writing seminar and an elective course of their choosing. Weekly talks and demonstrations address academic exploration and college life. Noncredit courses are open to students entering grades 10-12. Participants in both programs make use of the cultural and intellectual resources of the city.

General Info

Name The George Washington University Pre-College Program
Location Washington, DC
Year-round Contacts 202-994-6360
Program Focuses & Features Bicycle Tours, Business/Finance, Creative Writing, Environmental Science, Expository Writing, Government, Hiking, Law, Media, Photography, Political Science, Ropes Course, Swimming, Tennis, Theater, White-water Rafting, Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 10-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 15-17
Application Deadline April
Director Sharon Testor, Director
Residential Fee $2700+ (+$80), 1-6 weeks. College credit.
Day Fee $1982+ (+$80), 1-6 weeks. College credit.
Year Established 1968
Dates & Sessions July-Aug; 5 sessions, 1-6 weeks long

Contact

Sharon Testor, Director
202-994-6360