Summer Programs

Service Opportunities Summer 2017

Bayridge regularly organizes service opportunities such as visits to the elderly and tutoring for school-aged children. If you would like to participate in any of these activities during Summer 2017, please email summer@bayridgeresidence.org


College Prep

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College Prep at Bayridge Residence is for girls entering their junior or senior year in high school. The program will walk attendees through the application process, help them perfect their personal essay, and explain the financial aid process. It will also give them a chance to hone critical thinking skills in preparation for college life. There will also be work sessions on thriving in college and tours of several local major universities. 

Program Cost:  $400

If you are interested in applying, please fill out the form below and have a letter of recommendation sent to summer@bayridgeresidence.org. We also ask that you send a rough draft of your college application personal essay to the same email address.

Space still available.


Service in the City

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Service in the City is a week-long program for girls entering their sophomore year in high school. While living at Bayridge the attendees will have the chance to provide one-on-one academic tutoring for school-aged children, tour the city of Boston and learn more about service professions.
In addition, Service in the City now offers a character and leadership development feature in its program that will prepare the participants to make the most of their final years in high school. This program will help participants to grow in self-knowledge, self awareness, and the ability to think critically in order to identify and fulfill the needs around them.

Program Cost:  $400

If you are interested in applying, please fill out the form below and have your letter of recommendation sent to summer@bayridgeresidence.org


Medical Career Seminar

Are you thinking about becoming a doctor? These intensive, hands-on summer internships are for high schoolers interested in pursuing medicine. Students are eligible for MCS II the summer after completing MCS I.

Participants will:

  • Study the professional vocation of a doctor
  • Shadow medical professionals
  • Consider the Christian meaning of suffering
  • Discuss ethics in research and health care
  • Analyze their personal study skills

Cost: MCS II is $200, MCS I is $400
Email: medicalcareerseminar@gmail.com for application.

MCS I: Tuesday, July 4, 2017, 2:00PM - Friday, July 7, 2017, 3:00PM
MCS II: Saturday, Jul 8, 2017, 2:00PM - Thursday, Jul 13, 2017, 3:00PM

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