High School Students
Jump-Start Your Future in Art.
If you're currently in high school and are serious about your art, RMCAD has a lot to offer. Through year-round programs, you can access our talented faculty, experience college life, and prepare for your creative future.
Earn high school + college credit online through RMCAD’s Dual Enrollment Program.
Want to get more from your classes? Consider getting an early start on college with RMCAD’s Dual Enrollment Program. At RMCAD, we work hard to build successful pathways for creative students. Our community is pleased to offer a program that bridges the gap for the creative mind.
The RMCAD Dual Enrollment Program allows high school juniors and seniors to begin their college experience while still attending high school. Courses in this program are the same as those currently offered to incoming RMCAD freshman and may be taken on campus or online.
Through the dual enrollment program, students can take the following classes at a deeply discounted tuition rate:
- Composition I
- Composition II*
- Drawing I
- Art History I
- College Algebra
- Introduction to Psychology*
- Introduction to Anthropology*
- Introduction to Sociology*
*Prerequisite requirements apply
In order to be eligible for dual enrollment, students must meet the same standards and requirements that RMCAD publishes for all of its students. These expectations prepare students to be successful in their college endeavors and build skills that can be applied to their high school courses. For more information about program requirements, please see RMCAD’s academic catalog.
Interested students may speak with an admissions counselor to learn about course availability by term.
RMCAD's Summer Camp provide an opportunity for upcoming high school students to pursue creative outlets during their summer months. RMCAD’s Summer Camp provides weeklong, non-credit classes in different art topics. Participants sample majors, expand their artistic skills, develop their portfolio and get a taste of what college life can be like for a serious art student. Summer Camp courses are available to high school students at any level of their art education, including those who will start their freshman year of college in the fall.
2016 Dates: June 13-June 17
Students will explore 2 sessions per day. Session topics include:
- Game Art
- Business for the Creative Industries
- Commercial Photography
- Communications Design
- Fine Arts
- Art Education
- Interior Design
- Creative Writing or Art History
Due to high demand, we have extended the Summer Camp Application and Registration deadline to May 31. The registration fee includes all materials required for each session. If you would like additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register now for 2016 Summer Camp!