Would your high schooler be interested in spending two weeks in New York City or Washington DC diving into unique academic pursuits which take advantage of the best these cities have to offer?   The New York Times Summer Academy offers high schoolers two week courses in June -August which cover a host of great topics including “Diverse Voices in Journalism”, “Immigration in New York: Law/Journalism/Culture”, “D.I.Y. Filmmaking”, “Public Policy and Activism”, and “Secrets, Lies and Whistleblowers: Reporting on National Security”.  The instructors are  New York Times journalists, industry experts and  thought leaders. This a residential program (but is available for day students as well). It is pretty pricey ($5,150 plus materials fees for Day students; $5,750 plus material fees for residential students), but there is financial aid available.

THE DEADLINE IS TODAY, MARCH 25.  So if you’ve got a high schooler who is interested, click here to find out more, send this link to him or her, and make sure that online application gets in TODAY!

(Here at GCP we try to get more advance notice on opportunities, but we want to share them whenever we find them!)

The Summer Academy site also has good looking courses (including some Gap Year courses) which aren’t on such a tight deadline, so take a closer look when you have some free time.  But if your high schooler could benefit from this Summer Academy, get to clicking, and have him or her get that application in today!