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Summer at LSU

High School Programs

Baton Rouge Energy Venture

Energy Venture Camp is sponsored by Shell and designed for students to learn about careers in energy while having fun.

 

Gamecrash - Adventures in Game Design Summer Camp 

While at Gamecrash, learn the tricks and techniques used to make modern video games from scratch. Use professional tools to produce quick and easy gameplay prototypes. 

 

Halliburton XCITE Camp

The Halliburton XCITE residential camp is for rising 9th, 10th, and 11th-grade high school females. The seven-day program focuses on exploring a variety of engineering careers and experiencing college life. 

 

Introduction to Computer Science and Programming

In this camp, you will develop problem-solving skills in programming and learn key concepts in major areas of computer science (such as technology systems, networks, algorithms, data structures, data analytics, visualization, artificial intelligence, robotics, and cybersecurity).
 

LSPA Summer Institute

At the LSPA Summer Institute, professionals who have worked in newsgathering roles online, on air and in print guide budding high school journalists. Each summer, Institute participants learn how to find stories and cover them across several multimedia platforms. 

 

LSU Architecture Camp

Do you think you want to be an architect? LSU Architecture Camp is an exciting chance for high school students entering grades 10–12 to explore the world of design and architecture.

 

LSU Beowulf Boot Camp

During Beowulf Boot Camp, students will work hands-on with a number of LSU professors as they learn how to build and use supercomputers.

 

LSU College Readiness Program: A Survey of Calculus and College Mathematics 

The aim of the program is to provide a sound conceptual understanding of the essential elements of calculus and their importance in science and engineering, project-based activities designed to explore the breadth of college-level mathematics, college-learning experiences and preparation for transition to college life.

 

LSU College Readiness Program: Math Circle

At Math Circle, you will take rigorous courses in Number Theory and Combinatorics, as well as a choice of electives ranging from coding to statistics.

 

LSU Global Game Jam Next Summer Camp

At LSU Global Game Jam, students will be using GML (Game Maker Language) a C-like high-level scripting language to create interactive prototypes. 

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LSU LeaderShip U

LSU LeaderShip U is a one-week residential camp on the LSU campus designed to excite and inspire high school students entering the 10th - 12th grade to learn about themselves and their impact on others, and to explore their role in the world at large.

 

LSU Robotics Camp 

LSU Robotics Camp will explore the basic principles behind the fascinating and growing world of robotics while giving you a sneak peek of the LSU Engineering life.

 

LSU STEM Pathways: Introduction to Engineering

Through interactions with LSU engineering faculty, visits to real engineering labs, and hands on projects related to 10 primary engineering disciplines, you will get a fully immersive experience into the field of engineering at LSU STEM Pathways!

 

LSU Tiger U - Specialty Courses

Learn in a college-like environment that is academically engaging and life-changing.

 

Making the Future of Making Music Summer Camp

Experience a mixture of recording, sound design, composition and music in this one-of-a-kind week-long camp, all about young artists making music with technology.

 

 

PyFUN Programming

PyFun Programming will consist of basic concepts of programming that are used in any programming language.

 

REHAMS: Recruiting into Engineering High-Ability Multicultural Students

REHAMS is a residential camp for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade multicultural students. 

 

Tigerland Auxiliary Leadership Camp 

The Tiger Auxiliary Leadership Camp is geared to give high school students all of the skills necessary to return to their band programs ready to go for the coming year! 

Coach O's Tiger Elite High School Football Camp

The Elite High School Camp are for students who will be in the 9th grade or higher in the fall of 2019 are eligible to attend.

 

Coach O's Tiger Football Kicking Camp

Tiger Football Kicking Camp is designed to coach punters, kickers, and snappers at the high school level.

 

Coach O's Tiger Football Skills Camp

Tiger Football Skills Camp is designed to coach and develop needed skills to perform at the high school level.

 

LSU Softball Camps

LSU Tiger Softball Camps strives to create an environment where our campers leave reflecting our championship culture.

 

LSU Tiger Golf Camp

LSU Tiger Golf Camp is an extensive camp designed to offer skill assessment and intense training. 

 

LSU Women's Basketball Camp

The LSU Women’s Basketball Camp feature specialized instruction on the fundamentals of basketball.

 

Sell Tennis Camps

The Sell Tennis Camps were created by Mike and Julia Sell, co-head coaches of the LSU Women’s Tennis program, to provide athletes an opportunity to become better tennis players and teammates in a fun, positive atmosphere.

 

Southwestern Cheerleaders Association

At Southwestern Cheerleaders Association we specialize in the ULTIMATE training experience for serious cheerleaders.

 

Tiger Football O-Line/D-Line Camp

LSU Lineman Camp is a one-day camp tailored to developing a solid foundation and effective techniques for the defensive and offensive lineman positions.

 

Tiger Volleyball Camps

Tiger Volleyball Camps offer a variety of camps for grades K-12 and all skill levels. Our camps provide training and skill development, and are led by the LSU Volleyball coaching staff.

 

UCA Cheer and Dance Camps 

The LSU Cheerleaders and Tiger Girls will host UCA and UDA camps. These camps are among the best in the USA for cheer and dance team game-day preparation.

LSU Bands Summer Camp

This is an intensive summer music camp for high school students with a wide range of experience. 

 

4-H University

4-H University is a four-day event for 4-H members, ages 13-19. Participants will compete in more than 40 subject matter contests or take part in the noncompetitive learning event called Clover College