Summer School

About Summer School

Held at prestigious universities such as Georgetown, Princeton, and Stanford, Junior State of American Summer School allows students to explore their independence while taking rigorous classes and building long lasting friendships with classmates. Through social activities, debate workshops, and speakers programs, students equip themselves with leadership and public speaking skills. In classes and lectures, students engage in pressing debates and conversations surrounding American politics and current events. Through speakers programs, students are able to meet and question America’s leaders while gaining from their experience in the political realm. JSA summer school serves as a healthy and diverse environment that allows for students to find and express their interests in civic engagement. Classes offered include Constitutional Law, International Relations, AP Macroeconomics, and more. Contact the Summer School Director, Ravina Sachdev,  or visit this website if you have any questions. 

 

 

About the experience 

Max Zhang, Naperville North High School

Summer Program attended: Georgetown Summer School

Course taken: Constitutional Law

 

Liam Clark, Naperville Central High School

Summer Program attended: Stanford Summer School

Course taken: Speech & Political Communications

 

Hayden Lau, Vernon Hills High School

Summer Program attended: Georgetown Summer School

Course taken: Constitutional Law

 

Angie Dauber, Naperville North High School

Summer Program Attended (2016): Freshman Scholars Program; Princeton Summer School

Summer Program Attended (2017): Stanford Summer School

Course taken (2017): AP Macroeconomics

 

Anne Bugayong, D204

Summer Program Attended: New Jersey Institute of Leadership & Politics at Princeton