American Legion Little Rhody Boys State
The American Legion Boys State Program class of 2019 will be held June 16th - June 21st at St Andrews School in Barrington.

The application deadline is May 1st 2019. The only requirement for Boys State is that the student must be in their junior year of high school as of the start date of the program, June 16th 2019. All expenses are paid for through donations. There is no cost to the student for attending.

All information and applications can be found at:

Department of Economics at Bryant University
This summer, the Department of Economics at Bryant University will host an Economics Camp for high school aged students from rising sophomores to rising seniors. No previous economics knowledge is necessary. 

Students will work closely with Bryant University faculty and students. In an active environment, students will work together to use economic concepts to suggest solutions to current social issues. Days will be filled with instruction, games, activities, experiments and much more.

The camp will run from 9:00am - 3:00pm each day from August 5th through August 9th. Click below link for camp announcement and application. 

The application has a one-time fee of $50. Students are expected to provide their own transportation. However, all meals and materials will be provided.

PrepareRI Internship
Current High School Juniors Can apply for Paid Summer Internships with Rhode Island's Top Employers

The PrepareRI Internship Program provides paid summer internships to rising high school seniors, who also have the opportunity to earn up to six college credits at no cost.

Application and additional info can be found at: www.prepare-ri.org/internships-students/

Rhode Island Advanced Coursework Network
The new RI Advanced Coursework Network provides qualified high school and middle school students the chance to take an exciting catalog of college and career preparatory courses at no cost to participating students. 

Visit www.RIDE.ri.gov/advancedcoursework for more information.

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment
URI, RIC, and CCRI have established criteria for high school students to find out if they are ready to take college courses. If you meet these criteria, you may be on your way to taking a college class!

Dual enrollment means you receive the approval of your school counselor or administrator to take a college class that is taught by a professor on the college campus and receive high school credit at the same time.

Concurrent enrollment courses are college classes that are taught by high school instructors. This means that you can take a college class and earn college credit without leaving your high school.

Visit ride.ri.gov/dualenrollment for more information.

Early Enrollment Programs

Rhode Island College
The Early Enrollment Program is a partnership with Rhode Island College that provides juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit while fulfilling their graduation requirements at Barrington High School. Some students will be able to use these earned credits to reduce their course load in college allowing them to focus on other courses for their major, or fewer courses entirely. Students must earn a passing grade in their Barrington High School course, which has been approved for its rigor and content by Rhode Island College. No additional assessments or coursework are required: Courses we offer Early Enrollment Credits for include: Music Theory 955, Electronic Music 957, Architectural Design 725, Economics 235, College Composition 156.

New England Institute of Technology
Introduction to Television/Video Production 664 - This course is designed to introduce students to the field of television production utilizing the BHS television/video production studio. Students may elect to receive up to 5 quarter credit hours from New England Institute of Technology for the COM101 course. Limited enrollment due to space constraints in the studio is 12.

CCRI Running Start Program
Running Start is a program offered at the Community College of RI for high school students who demonstrate the academic achievement and maturity necessary to enroll in college courses during their senior year. Seniors who study at CCRI on a full-time basis during the day may be eligible to earn college credit and credit for high school graduation simultaneously.

Johnson & Wales University
If you're a high school junior with your mind set on college and your heart set on a career, the Early Enrollment Program at Johnson & Wales University can give you a head start on your plans. this program allows juniors to get started on college a year early. You can earn both high school and college credits at the same time, while still participating in your high school activities.