Program Details

2019 JSA Summer Programs at a Glance

Summer Schools

Locations

Courses Offered

Dates

Tuition

Georgetown University

Washington, D.C.

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2020, 2021, 2022

AP U.S. Government & Politics*

AP Comparative Governments & Politics*

Constitutional Law

International Relations

Media & Politics

July 7th – July 28th

$5,650

Stanford University

Palo Alto, CA

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2020, 2021, 2022

AP U.S. Government & Politics*

AP Macroeconomics*

Speech & Political Communication

International Relations

July 7th – July 28th

$5,650

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2020, 2021, 2022

Freshman Scholars for current 8th grade students with high school graduation year of 2023

AP U.S. Government & Politics*

AP Macroeconomics*

Speech & Political Communication

International Relations

Freshman Scholars – AP U.S. Government & Politics*

July 14th – August 4th

$5,650

Diplomat Program at Capital Normal University

Beijing, China

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022

Mandarin Chinese and Modern Chinese History and Culture June 28th – July 27th $7,500

*The College Board has officially approved this course curriculum

Summer Institutes

Locations

Topics To Be Explored

Dates

Tuition

Institute on New Jersey Leadership & Politics

Princeton University
Princeton, NJ

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2020, 2021, 2022

– Topics TBA

TBD

$595

Gene A. Burd Institute on L.A. Media & Politics

University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Los Angeles, CA

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2020, 2021, 2022

– Topics TBA

TBD

$595

Institute on California Leadership & Politics

University of California at Davis
Davis, CA

Eligible to high school students with graduation years: 2020, 2021, 2022

– Topics TBA

TBD

$595

What’s Covered by the Tuition

The tuition for JSA Summer Programs includes tuition for the program, textbooks and all other academic expenses, along with room and board for the student.  During Summer School, students live on single sex floors in university student residencies, generally two to a room.  Meals are eaten in university dining rooms.  Faculty and college-age residents live on campus with students, providing academic counseling and supervision 24 hours a day.

Additional Expenses

Expenses not included in tuition are off-campus meals and entertainment, and transportation to and from the Summer School.  However, staff members will be available at nearby airports to help transport students to campus.  We also assist graduates in returning to the airport at the end of the summer session.  When attending off-campus speakers programs and optional cultural excursions, students are responsible for their meals and any tickets they might purchase for plays, museums, etc.  Georgetown students spend four or five days off campus, while students at our other sessions typically spend 1-3 days off campus.