Summer Programs

CTK Collegiate Summer Programs

CTK Gladiators are collegiate scholars.  This designation does not end when school is out.  CTK students are expected to spend at least part of their summer participating in a summer enrichment opportunity.  These opportunities are broken into 5 different categories:


  • Pre-collegiate programs—these types of programs engage students directly on a college campus, often offering college-type courses and credit. Click on an area of interest below to see program listings.
  • Art programs—these programs involve visual art, drama, music, dance, and many more.  If you are a student who has any interest in the arts, then getting involved early is super important for building your collegiate resume. Click here for listings: Fine Arts 

  • Service programs—giving back to the community is a big value CTK tries to teach its students.  CTK offers three different summer service opportunities—Appalachia Service Project, Nazareth Farm, and IGNITE!  In addition, there are other programs that have a community service component to them.

  • Travel/Immersion Programs—studying abroad is not just for college students!  Programs exist out there for students to experience a different culture.  Click here for listings: Travel/Study Abroad

  • Work/Internship Opportunities—the summer is also an opportune time to gain work-study skills.  Students can seek out summer employment with their CWSP sponsor or identify an internship program for the summer
Summer Programs Funding
Worried about costs? Let us help you! Due to a generous donation by the Wilson Sheehan Foundation through the Kenneth Hutchinson College Success Fund, we can assist families in covering a portion of the cost of summer programs. Please complete the Summer Funding application (file available to the right) and submit it to your Summer Counselor. The remaining funding request deadlines for this school year are April 19th and May 31st.


How can you learn more?

Please use the links below to find a list of of the 2018 Summer Programs that are available to your student by grade  Program listings are also available as files to the right of this page. In addition, further opportunities are sent through your student’s advisory or e-mail.  



If you have any questions, please reach out to any of the following summer program counselors:


     Incoming Students—Ms. Katie Olson, Assistant Principal (

     Current Freshmen—Mr. Andrew Carrell, Magis Intern (

     Current Sophomores—Ms. Myisha McGee, Alumni Counselor (

     Current Juniors—Mr. Daniel Zundel, College Counselor (