High School Summer Live: Held over 12 weekdays
These courses are similar to our Saturday and Sunday Live Program, but Summer Live courses run for three weeks in July, meeting every Monday through Thursday (12 days). Courses are taught by FIT professionals who can provide insight into their industries, the admissions process, or just show you how to enjoy the fields they love.
Join over 2,000 students from across the
globe as they socialize with like-minded, creative students while
preparing for college. The classes are great, but the friendships are
Program Dates and Details
Summer Live 2015 (12 weekdays, Mondays through Thursdays)- Registration going on now!
High School Workshops: Held over 4 days
FIT's Precollege Workshops are fun, short programs that
will introduce you to some of the unusual and creative topics that we
specialize in at FIT. Spend six hours a day for four days at FIT
learning a specific skill or technique, and leave with a Certificate of
Completion that you can put in your portfolio or submit with your
college applications. You'll be both challenged and inspired by the new
tips, tricks and techniques you'll learn in just four days.
Program Dates and Details
Spring 2015 Saturday High School Workshops (4 Saturdays)
Summer 2015 High School Workshops (4 weekdays, Monday through Thursday)- Registration going on now!
High School Saturday & Sunday Live: Held over 11 Saturdays/Sundays
If you're in high school and are thinking about what you're going to do next, now is the time to explore some career possibilities before you make the leap to college. And what better way to find out what you really want to do than by taking a course or two. Saturday and Sunday Live courses meet once a week for 11 weekends during the fall and spring semesters. The classes are taught by FIT professionals who love what they do and love to share their knowledge even more!
High School Credit Courses
In conjunction with FIT's School of Liberal Arts, credit courses are being offered to high school seniors. Classes meet once a week for fifteen weeks, days and hours vary. Each course bears liberal arts credits that can be transferred to most colleges and universities. These courses are designed to broaden the student's understanding of the humanities, strengthen critical thinking and communication skills, develop a knowledge of the natural and social sciences, and prepare students to function effectively in a culturally diverse world.
Spring 2016 course listing coming soon!
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