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Summer Academic and Honors Institute
Please register by May 6, 2015
Bring a friend, and you’ll both save $75.
Students may sign up for more than one week.
Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!
Cost: $475 per week
*The following camps require an additional $50 fee for travel and/or supplies: Astronomy and Physics, Pharmacy, Engineering, Technology, and Forensics (Basic and Advanced):
This summer, Ohio Northern University will host its 11h Summer Academic and Honors Institute for gifted high school students who will be freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors in 2015-16. This year’s institute includes 14 challenging courses scheduled over the month of June.
Each weeklong course provides a great way to investigate potential career choices or college majors. Plus, this is the perfect opportunity to interact with other gifted students with instruction provided by ONU professors and special guest lecturers.
To be eligible to attend the Summer Academic and Honors Institute at ONU, you must be entering the ninth, 10th, 11th or 12th grade in fall 2015-16 AND be identified as “gifted” by a school district (Ohio gifted identification criteria as described in Ohio Administrative Code 3301-51-15), OR be able to obtain a written recommendation from your high school.
Earn college credit
Students completing a course will receive one transferable college credit hour. Requests for transcripts can be made by contacting the ONU registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deeper Learning Focus of the SAHI Courses at ONU
SAHI Stem courses utilize four areas of the Ohio Revised Science Standards and Model Curriculum: Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemistry and Physics. These courses address specific areas of the standards and use guiding principles such as Definition of Science, Scientific Inquiry, 21st Century Skills, Technological Design, and Depth of Content, all while implementing assessment tools developed especially to be congruent with the standards. Faculty expertise includes subject areas such as cell, molecular, genetics, general chemistry, biochemistry, and organic and analytical chemistry and a thorough understanding of contextual analysis. These subjects utilize specific scientific content to bolster the goal of the integration of an extended curriculum using the scientific inquiry/learning cycle to develop skillsets for the application of specific science content of multiple disciplines for problem-solving and deeper, lifelong learning. The idea of knowledge transfer in context is one found in a July 2012 report from the National Research Council, “Assessing 21st Century Skills: Summary of a Workshop.”