Summer School Program 2020
Program Dates: June 1-26, 2020
Check back for Summer Programs Online Registration in late March 2020.
- Late Registration: A $20 late fee per student will be charged for registrations entered after May 24th, 2019.
- Withdrawals & Cancellations: Regardless of the reason for withdrawing from a course, i.e., illness, injury, family commitment, dissatisfaction with course content or instructor, a $50 processing fee will be charged for all withdrawals.
No tuition refunds may be made after May 17th, 2019.
Academic credit is awarded only at the discretion of a student's regular school. Minimum attendance requirements must be met to receive recommendation for credit. Students who are absent are unlikely to receive the session's recommendation for credit. Students seeking academic credit for summer courses should get approval from their regular school prior to the start of summer classes. When they are requested, reports will be sent to a student's regular school.
Gaining Experience & Knowledge at Kinkaid Summer School
The Kinkaid summer school offers a variety of programs for students entering pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. We offer students both enrichment and remedial courses, taught by Kinkaid faculty, other qualified teachers and visiting artists.
Our four-week academic courses traditionally run in June. Morning Learning Camp is offered as a four-week program or on a weekly basis. Many of our special Art and Academic Enrichment Camps and Sports Camps are offered on a weekly basis.
Both Kinkaid and non-Kinkaid students are welcome to participate in all summer school camps and classes.
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The Kinkaid Engineering, Math, and Science Institute was founded in 1975. Our purpose has been consistent since the beginning: to help under-represented youth identify their talents and appreciate their possibilities as educated men and women; to encourage under-represented youth to pursue college or university educations and, in particular, careers in science or engineering.