A fun, interactive and educational camp
For high-potential kids entering grades 5, 6, and 7
When: June 19-24, 2016
Location: Montana State University in Bozeman
Registration: Not open yet
- Resident (lodging, all meals, activities): TBA
- Commuter (5 lunches, 4 dinners, activities): TBA
- Commuter (5 lunches, activities): TBA
For more than 30 years, Peaks and Potentials has given high-ability/high-potential students entering grades 5-7 (in Fall 2016) the opportunity to explore special topics of interest and work with experts in various subject areas.
Instructors are MSU faculty, graduate students and experienced professionals from the area. University students and professionals act as director and counselors throughout the week.
Students have the option of staying on campus or commuting each day. All classes emphasize personal instruction and small group interaction as well as a "hands-on" approach. Academic, recreational and social activities offer students a chance to interact with their peers and sample campus life.
Peaks & Potentials is June 19-24, 2016. Check-in, orientation (mandatory for all participants and first-year parents), and an ice cream social are Sunday, June 19, and all workshops and activities begin Monday, June 20. Resident students will need to be dropped off between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday and picked up by 4 p.m. on Friday.
Tuition and Activity Fee: TBA
The tuition and activity fee includes workshop tuition, all group and evening activities, Sunday ice cream social and a Peaks & Potentials t-shirt.
Resident Fee: TBA
The resident fee includes cost of housing for one person in a double occupancy dorm room for five nights and dorm supervision. The fee also includes five breakfasts, five lunches and four dinners in the residence hall cafeteria.
Commuter Meals: Cost TBA (5 lunches) or Cost TBA (5 lunches + 4 dinners)
Students who are not staying in the residence halls choose one commuter meal plan: either five lunches, or five lunches and four dinners. Breakfasts and individual dinners can be purchased each day on-site (cash only!)
If local students leave campus for dinner, they are strongly encouraged to return for evening activities. There will be no refunds for students who do not participate in these activities.
Workshop Maximum/Minimum Enrollments
All workshops have a maximum enrollment of 16 and a minimum enrollment of 12; every effort will be made to place participants in their first choices, but all workshops fill on a first-come, first-served basis. If minimum enrollments are not met, the workshop will be canceled and participants will be placed in one of their subsequent choices.
Dorms and Meals
Students will be housed in the Langford Residence Hall on the MSU campus and will eat all meals at the Harrison Dining Hall on campus.
Deposit and Refund Policy
Not yet open
For More Information
E-mail ContinuingEd@montana.edu or call (406) 994-6683 or (866) 540-5660 (toll free).