Summer Studies for 9th-10th Grades
Duke TIP Summer Studies Programs are superb academic opportunities and dynamic residential and social experiences for seventh through tenth graders. These three-week sessions are intense and demanding; students are challenged to think critically about themselves and their world.
Duke TIP Summer Studies offers:
- A community of motivated and engaged peers unlike any you have ever experienced.
- Course topics and learning experiences unavailable to most middle and high school students.
- Age-specific programs that are geared specifically toward gifted students.
- Expert instructors, approximately 90 percent of whom hold or are working toward an advanced degree.
- An intense, accelerated pace in the classroom. Students attend a single class for seven hours each weekday and three hours on Saturdays.
- A stimulating educational model that promotes higher-level thinking through interactive, inquiry-based learning. Engaging social and residential experiences to complement your academic endeavors.
In order to offer the very best academic and residential experience, Duke TIP organizes program sites based on age group. Certain sites are exclusively for seventh and eighth grade students while other sites are specifically designed for eighth, ninth, and tenth grade students.
Score Requirements: Duke TIP offers two levels of summer programs, Academy and Center, which have different score requirements for admission. Please review the SAT and ACT score requirements in Eligibility.