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Summer Programs

AI and Social Science Summer Program by Stanford Alumni: Inspirit AI is a 25-hour project-based AI program taught by Stanford graduates that introduces middle and high school students to fundamental AI concepts to build interdisciplinary AI projects across disciplines. In 2024, the team is excited to announce new projects such as Generating Language Safely with ChatGPT. No CS experience is necessary to apply and priority applications are due soon.


Flower City Arts Center proudly announces our new Ceramics High School Artist-In-Residence
program. Each year, we will accept 5-8 students in Grades 9-12 with a strong interest in
ceramics, sculpture, and/or 3D art. The program is free of charge. Ceramics proficiency is a plus,
but not required. Transportation is not provided.
High School Artists-In-Residence (HAIRs) will strengthen their skills to enhance personal work
for college portfolios. They will learn all aspects of managing a studio practice: making clay &
glazes, firing work, repairing kilns, and safety best practices. HAIRs will receive mentorship
from Flower City Artists, including demonstrations and critiques to build their understanding of
the material and its potential use for personal expression.

The residency runs from July through August.


Deadline is May 15, 2024. Questions? Please contact Ceramics Director Kate Whorton at

Westpoint Summer Leaders Experience

West Point's Summer Leaders Experience:  At West Point we develop Leaders of Character, and we are looking for high-achieving young people who are in great standing with their school and community, and who want to challenge themselves. 

What is SLE?

  • SLE is a one-week program for current Juniors (High School Class of 2025) to visit West Point in June.
  • Students in this program get to spend the week with our cadets, live in the barracks, and eat in the mess hall.
  • Learn about West Point’s world class academics by trying 4 of our 17 academic workshops.
  • Learn about military training and becoming a Leader of Character at West Point by completing two military days to include rappelling, Zodiac boats, combatives (like Jiu-Jitsu) training and more!
  • Challenge themselves physically by attempting the Candidate Fitness Assessment, conducting physical training, and sports.
  • Complete their admissions interview with a cadet.
  • Spend the week making friends with other students from all over the US who are applying to West Point.

All the students that I have spoken with have really enjoyed this program and they especially enjoy interacting with the cadets. You may sign up for this program at We will accept applications until April 15th. SLE is competitive and not all who apply are offered to attend.

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