High School Programs

Summer Enrichment Programs

Harding University offers the following diverse summer enrichment programs to challenge high school students spiritually, academically, socially and physically.

Summer Academic Institute
The Honors College Summer Academic Institute is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus intended to challenge, encourage and uplift high school students who are now in their junior year. There are two tracks of study to choose from: Honors Symposium and Honors Media & Culture. Students accepted into the program attend class with outstanding professors, engage in community service projects, enjoy recreational activities, and invariably form lasting friendships with other junior scholars. Three hours of transferable university credit are awarded to all who successfully complete a two-week SAI session. More info...

Summer Honor Choir
Enjoy five days of advanced work in choral music and related fields, including music literature, sight-reading and group voice instruction. This program will help you prepare for college auditions, become a more secure singer, explore your other talents, and earn an hour of college credit. More info...

Scholars Abroad Program
This program is open to college students or to high school students who have completed their junior or senior year. It is designed especially for (but not limited to) those planning to major in Bible and ministry. You will fly to Athens, Greece, and visit famous biblical and archaeological sites such as The Acropolis, Mars Hill, Ancient Corinth and the Greek island of Crete. The trip concludes with four days in Rome and Southern Italy. More info...

Dual Credit Bible Classes
Students in high school may earn up to 6 hours of college credit by taking Bible classes through the Distance Delivery Bible Program. This curriculum has been designed for use in dual credit programs at participating schools and for home school juniors and seniors. More info...