Summer Programs


Summer STEM applications are open until April 15

IMPORTANT 2020

UPDATES

The US Naval Academy Office of Admissions is well aware of the current public health situation.  We continue to closely monitor the coronavirus outbreak and are watching official information and recommendations from health authorities such as the Centers for Disease Control (“CDC”) and World Health Organization (“WHO”) as it relates to our larger community. 

To date, we are still planning to host both our Naval Academy Summer Seminar and Naval Academy Summer STEM camp during the month of June.  Please know that we will keep you updated. If we change course, that decision will be shared no later than mid-May.  Our decision will be based on facts and recommendations from USNA leadership, official health authorities, local authorities, and program partners.   

Our summer programs applications remain open, and we encourage you to apply with the understanding that if selected, your program fee payment is fully refundable should you need to cancel participation or if USNA cancels the programs prior to the start of Naval Academy Summer Seminar or Summer STEM camp based on current guidance.

Thank you for your time and understanding, and please check the USNA Admissions website and social media regularly for updates.

Summer Seminar

Naval Academy
Summer Seminar

For Students Entering the 12th Grade

Summer Seminar gives you a taste of life at the Academy and kick-starts your application journey for an appointment to the Academy. For one week in June, you will experience first-class academic, athletic and professional training while building lifelong friendships with campers from all over the country.

Summer Seminar Applications for 2020 are closed

Summer STEM

Science Technology
Engineering and Math

For Students Entering 9th – 11th Grade

Considering a future in tech? Summer STEM at the Naval Academy is a vibrant week of problem-solving, exploratory learning, critical thinking, and team building for rising 9th - 11th graders interested in a future in Science, Engineering, Technology and Math.