csa students group photo 2013

Colleges
of the
CSA Graduates

American
Bates
  Bentley  
  Boston College
  Boston University
  Brandeis  
Brown
  Bryn Mawr  
  Bucknell  
Clark
Colby
  Colgate  
  Dartmouth
  Denison
  Emmanuel
  Georgetown
    Hamilton  
  Hampshire
  Harvard
  Haverford
  Holy Cross
  Johns Hopkins
  Lafayette
  Lehigh
University of Maine
    University of Maryland  
University of Massachusetts
  MIT
  Middlebury
  U. of New Hampshire
  NYU
  Northeastern
  Oberlin
  Occidental
  Providence
  University of Pennsylvania
  University of Rochester
  St. Lawrence
  St. Michael's
  Simmons
  Skidmore
  Smith
  Stanford
  Suffolk
    Swarthmore
  Syracuse
  Tufts
    Union  
    Vassar  
    University of Vermont
    Wellesley
    Wentworth
    Wesleyan
    Wheaton
    Williams
    WPI  
    Yale  

 

The Crimson Summer Academy at Harvard University is an exciting and innovative program for motivated high school students with a passion for learning and a desire to excel.

Over the course of three consecutive summers, 30 high-achieving students from Boston, Cambridge and Somerville high schools engage in a stimulating mix of classes, projects, field trips and cultural activities as they prepare for success in college and beyond. These students are known as "Crimson Scholars" — promising young people who value being part of a community working toward a common purpose. After a period of orientation, Crimson Scholars live on Harvard's Cambridge campus from Sunday evenings through Friday afternoons, returning to their homes on weekends. Through small group instruction, sustained support, and close mentoring relationships with Harvard undergraduates, Crimson Scholars expand their vision of what's possible as they prepare for admission to challenging four-year colleges and universities.

Harvard Undergraduates: learn more about becoming a mentor at the CSA for Summer 2015 and how to apply!