High School Academy

Intensive summer program

This intensive summer program is for 11th and 12th grade high school students who are looking to explore their higher education options while getting a jump on college credit.

Programs

The Summer Academy runs from Monday, June 22  — Friday, July 24 (5 weeks, 14 sessions)

Tuition: $250, includes parking (textbooks and/or supplies are at your own expense)

Priority Deadline: Monday, June 1, 2020

Questions? // Contact Summer Programs
818.252.0729 or summerprograms@woodbury.edu

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M/W/F – 9AM – 12:30PM 2 unit studio course

Offered to high school students entering 11th or 12th grades, Design Lab is a summer program for college credit that introduces students to Woodbury University’s exceptional architecture and interior design programs. Taught by inspired design faculty, students are introduced to the practice and profession of architecture and interior design. Students are exposed to all aspects of the creative process, from drawing, making, 3D printing and laser cutting to digital fabrication and portfolio development.
Prerequisites: none

M/W/F – 9AM – 12:30PM 2 unit studio course

Through this course, students learn to develop their design and drawing skills and create work for their college entrance portfolio. Emphasis is placed on developing creative design concepts, gaining practical problem-solving skills, and learning the fundamentals of freehand observational drawing. The course culminates in a project of the students’ choice related to the professions of Graphic Design, Game Art & Design, Fashion Design, or Animation.
Prerequisites: none

M/W/F – 9AM – 12:30PM 2 unit studio course

An introductory course that explores augmented reality environments. Through a hands-on approach, students will learn basic programming, 3-D modeling, and building for
Hololens and mobile applications. Students will be immersed in a treasure-hunt game project involving the creation of 3-D models and their virtual placement in the campus environment. Students will become familiar with basic Unity and C# programming as they develop their own narrative for this augmented creative experience.
Prerequisites: none

M/W/F – 9AM – 12:10PM 3 unit lecture course

This course is designed to help young people understand the roles of management and how to succeed in all aspects of life; from continuing education to a future career. Topics covered include management and leadership roles and responsibilities, professional etiquette, and public speaking, and understanding
branding of one’s self through marketing and emotional intelligence.
Prerequisites: none

M/W/F – 9AM – 12:10PM 3 unit lecture course

Begin transforming your passion for fiction, poetry, script writing, and nonfiction into a career. Throughout this class, you’ll learn practical exercises to help you with any stage of the writing process and engage with short readings to learn how other writers mastered the craft of creative writing. Some of these lessons will focus on how to write vivid prose, develop hooks and suspense, create memorable characters and dialogue, turn any experience into a poetic moment, and draw inspiration from real life to create your own compelling narrative.
Prerequisites: none

M/W/F – 9AM – 12:10PM 3 unit lecture course

Examination of the public safety system with emphasis on policing, prosecution, corrections, and societal reaction to offenders and their communities. The course focuses on the criminal justice process – from crime and police, to arrest and prosecution through the correctional system, and reintegration efforts.
Prerequisites: none

The priority deadline for registration is Monday, June 1, 2020

REGISTER FOR THE SUMMER ACADEMY