Summer Programs

Summer School

Summer school courses can be taken through various organizations and institutions. Courses may be offered through your local public school district or another area public school. Online summer school programs are a popular and flexible way for students to pursue summer classes, particularly for credit recovery. Some online school options include, but are not limited to: Michigan Virtual High School and BYU Independent Study. If you are interested in learning more about summer school programs and course offerings, please visit the following websites to explore some of the available options.  **Please note that Mercy does not endorse any one particular summer school program/organization.  
 
Plans for summer school participation must be discussed with the student's counselor. Your counselor needs to verify the course(s) you plan to take prior to registration.
 

Summer Programs For College Credit and/or Enrichment

Mercy High School receives information throughout the year regarding various summer programs, classes and camps. Many of them are for enrichment and some also offer college credits. Most programs have spring deadlines but all information and applications should be available online through the programs.

  • For Naviance Family Connect users* - check out their up-to-date national database of summer programs under the “Colleges” tab, then “Enrichment Programs”. Keep in mind that Mercy does not control what programs are listed there, as it a nationally updated database. Here is the link: https://succeed.naviance.com/collegesmain/summer_programs/index.php

*You cannot access enrichment/summer program information with a "guest" login. Please refer to your daughter's counselor if you need your login information.

  • Check out a particular college’s website that you might be interested in to see if there are any potential summer offerings.
  • Do a general internet search, just be sure to include the current year in your search inquiry. Remember to pay attention to deadlines and the full cost to attend. Some programs have deadlines as early as April.

Here is a sampling of available programs offered:

Schoolcraft College Summer Camp Programs

http://www.schoolcraft.edu/news-and-events/college-news/2016/05/31/kids-on-campus-offers-unique-middle-and-high-school-summer-camp-experiences#.WJtg0iK-2So

Michigan Tech University Summer Programs  

http://www.syp.mtu.edu/

Duke University Summer Session

http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students

Duke University Summer High School Academy  

http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/duke-summer-academy

LesRoches Hospitality Summer Program

http://www.lesroches.edu/

University of Michigan Living Arts Summer Program

http://www.livingarts.umich.edu/lasrl.php

University of Michigan Center for Educational Outreach

http://ceo.umich.edu/summer.html

University of Michigan Summer Engineering Academy

http://cedo.engin.umich.edu/diversity/programs/k12/sea/

University of Michigan Artchitectural Design - ArcStart (3 week long residential program)

https://taubmancollege.umich.edu/architecture/high-school-programs/arcstart

Lawrence Tech University, Oakland University, University of Michigan and Wayne State University Camps & Programs

http://miahec.wayne.edu/camps-and-programs.php