The variety of programs offered for 6th - 8th graders are endless!
During the school year, Precollegiate Programs offers gifted and talented workshops for Oklahoma schools’ gifted and talented programs. Precollegiate Programs also offers a one-day Model United Nations workshop that prepares students for the High School Model United Nations of the Southwest conference held in spring for high school students.
During the summer months, Precollegiate Programs have a multitude of camps that are both fee and non-fee based. Several camps are application based, requiring an essay to be written and teacher recommendations to be obtained.
Students will be exposed to science, mathematics, art, culture, and other fields of study to immerse the students in the broad range of subjects available at the University of Oklahoma.
Students will have the opportunity to experience the workings of the United Nations without the pressure of preparing resolutions.
Precollegiate Programs coordinates these classes for school systems across Oklahoma and enjoys a yearly reoccurring program with the Norman Public Schools' middle schools.
Students will have a rich experience in human’s interactions with geologic processes that provide critical connections among the STEM fields and societal issues that they will likely face either in their future careers, or as citizens.