Summer Health & Academic Enrichment Program

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The Summer Health and Academic Enrichment Program (SHAEP), made possible through support from the Nord Family Foundation, is a two-week June residency program designed to promote health and academic enrichment among high-school students. Launched in 2011, the program provides a sample college experience hosted on the Case Western Reserve University campus. Students live in dorms, attend classes, and explore the rich cultural institutions of University Circle that surround the campus.

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During two week long programs, students participate in hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields (STEM) (Week 1), and/or in the arts (Week 2). Many students participate in both weeks, but SHAEP welcomes those who are only able to attend one; many students take advantage of this option, as well. The program also incorporates the curriculum of the award-winning National Youth Sports Program (NYSP), which provides SHAEP participants with opportunities for regular exercise, healthy eating, nutrition education, and physical exams.

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