Sustainability is an important new concept that is entering almost all fields of study and professional development. This Major was developed exclusively for the program, and will be taught this summer, by College faculty member Cindy Case.
Centenary Summer Scholars give rising 8th–12th grade students the opportunity to immerse themselves in one course of study for a full week.
Students choose one intensive course of study at the time of registration – their Major. The academic camps are designed to be fun and feature hands-on learning. Students may sign up for multiple sessions, choosing a different course each session; students may also benefit from multiple weeks in the same course. The program is built around one-week modules, but to encourage multi-week attendance, we offer discounts for students who attend two or all three sessions.
The curriculum for each Major in our academic camps is designed around student involvement. Teachers incorporate student needs and interest into the lessons. Each class becomes a unique exploration. All courses are hands-on and project-based. In all courses, students collaborate, critique, plan and present.
In our forensic science class, students get hands-on experience with a variety of forensic science techniques, like lifting prints from surfaces, making castings of footprints, analyzing blood spatter, and more!
This course introduces students to the veterinary field, teaches them many skills in working withanimals, and gives them a leg up on medical or life science courses they may take in the future. Students learn about the anatomy of large and small animals, animal handling, husbandry andbasic medical care.
It’s easy for young writer to feel unfulfilled or under-challenged in high school English classes; the creative writing student at CSS is in search of something more. Small class size, the highest caliber instruction, and student-centered material will produce creative ideas and proud students.
Create and shoot your own material, scripts, shows and more! Centenary College runs its own television broadcasting and production facility. Students have the opportunity to experience all phases of television and video production.
Fashion Design is an exciting field of study and career choice. It is a major offered by the College, and that creates an enormous benefit for our Summer Scholars students. Our students have the luxury of using first-class, College-level equipment in a professional and academic setting.
Our programming courses combine ideation, digital design, script, and coding. Students will gain the tools to express their ideas creatively and effectively. All courses are project-based and cover an abundance of material.
The goal of our Psychology major is to provide an insight into the human mind as well as to prep students for coursework they may see in undergraduate Psychology courses.