Please select a Pre-College Enrichment program from those listed below.
2015 Dates & Tuition are listed. 2016 information will be updated shortly.

Study USA

The best campuses and programs from coast-to-coast.

Study Abroad

Cultural immersion, language learning and expanding horizons.

2016 - Our 50th Year!

Top reasons to choose Summer Discovery

  • More diverse pre-college summer enrichment opportunities than any other organization, including college credit, enrichment, SAT Prep, internships, business and leadership institutes, and study abroad.
  • Decades-long partnerships with several of the world’s best universities. Our students are an integral part of the university community.
  • Thousands of positive recommendations from students, parents, and educators every year.
  • Family owned and operated by the Musiker family for 50 years, bringing unparalleled experience in education to our programs.
  • Experienced staff that return year after year, providing leadership, personal attention, and a well-supervised campus environment.

How will I benefit from a pre-college enrichment program?

  • Prepare for your transition from high school to college, get ready for the challenges ahead
  • Become more independent, living on a college campus and learning how to balance classes and fun
  • Take classes that interest you, we offer over 300 different courses across 13 campuses
  • Make friends from all over the United States and abroad, our students come from 43 states and over 60 countries
  • Experience some of the world’s greatest cities, every day on and off campus is exciting, action-packed, and fun

Collegewise Advantage

All students enrolled in a Summer Discovery program receive:

  • A 30 minute consultation with a Collegewise private admissions counselor (60 minutes if you are enrolled in The Princeton Review's SAT or ACT Prep Course)
  • College admissions advice and inside information written by Collegewise professionals

AND all students enrolled by April 1 have access to an exclusive webinar on "Admissions to Highly Selective Colleges."  This webinar is taught by former admissions officers from CalTech, MIT, Cornell, Columbia, or Harvard.