EXCITING NEWS! Summer Discovery has acquired Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG). SIG provides gifted, academically talented, and creative students dynamic and innovative approaches for supplementing their education, ensuring they receive the individual attention they require.
The addition of SIG, which has programs in over 20 nationwide locations such as Yale, Emory and Bryn Mawr College, provides families more options for their children to experience world-class academics from elementary school to high school.
Are you a gifted, academically talented, or creative student? Check out some of UCLA’s summer discovery new offerings below.
SIG Summer Residential Programs:
Discover SIG’S three-week summer sessions for gifted, academically talented, and creative students ages 9-17 held at some of the most prestigious campuses nationwide like Yale, Emory, and UCLA.
Students can opt for residential, day programs & Saturdays options. Choose from 75+ courses designed to engage the whole person, allowing students to strengthen their creative problem-solving skills, pursue their passions, and prepare for college through academic and social experiences.
SIG Spring Online Courses:
SIG is offering two-week online enrichment programs April 1 – April 30 for students ages 5-13. This is a great opportunity for gifted/advanced elementary and middle school students to explore unique academic topics through intellectually engaging courses that both challenge and excite! The deadline to apply March 1, 2021. Enroll today! SIG Spring Online Courses:
- Mini-Golf Course Design: What’s Your Angle?
- Biomimicry: Nature’s Inspiration
- 3, 2, 1…Blast Off Into Rocketry!
- Getting the Pulse are Cardiology
- Legally Speaking
SIG Summer Investigators and Innovators Online Programs:
SIG offers three-week enrichment programs for gifted, academically talented, creative students ages 5-17. From course studies in graphic design and short film production, to medical microbiology and cloning – SIG Summer Online has engaging courses for gifted and advanced students. Apply today! The deadline to apply is April 1.