Meredith programs for youth are diverse. Offerings range from music camps to science camps for middle school girls to a residential program that helps prepare high school women for the college search and selection process. All of our youth programs are shaped by the same commitment to excellence that defines a Meredith education.
Meredith programs for youth include:
Looking Toward College: A Residential Program for High School Women
Meredith College believes it is helpful for high school women to have the opportunity to explore what college life is really like. For 35 years, Meredith has offered a personal skills seminar that focuses on topics such as communication skills, values clarification, college selection and career planning. Students live on campus for this four-day program, which runs from June 18-21. For an application, call (919) 760-8521.
Every summer, Meredith hosts piano and strings camps, excellent ways for boys and girls to strengthen their musical skills and have fun at the same time.
For more information on the Piano Camps, contact Tom L. Lohr, camp coordinator and instructor of piano, at (919) 760-8378, or email@example.com.
For information regarding the Lamar Stringfield Music Camp for string players, please contact Christie Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 760-8537.
Meredith offers sports camps designed to help students improve skills and their knowledge of the game. Click here for more information.
Young Writers’ Camp
Middle school girls join Meredith faculty for a week of creativity, learning and fun. Participants read and discuss lively works of literature, sharpen their creative writing skills and work on independent writing projects throughout the week. For more information, contact Ashley Hogan, (919) 760-8300 or email@example.com.