High School Programs


Architecture Camp

Architecture Camp is an exciting chance for high school students entering grades 10th through 12th to explore the world of design and architecture. Explore basic design principles and techniques to create hands-on building and model-making activities. Interact with faculty and LSU School of Architecture students while working on real-life projects. Tour the unique architecture and landscape architecture of the LSU campus and visit construction sites and local architecture firms. This one-week, residential workshop on the LSU campus is sponsored by the LSU College of Art & Design and the LSU School of Architecture.

Computational Biology | LSU Pre-College

July 9 - July 22

The objective of Computational Biology is to introduce bioinformatics to 9th - 12th grade high school students with an emphasis on searching and retrieving biological data, sorting the data and finally analyzing the sorted data to draw meaningful conclusions. Students will be introduced to some pre-existing cutting-edge bioinformatics resources and tools, enhancing their enthusiasm towards the subject and opening an avenue for a career in medicine or bioinformatics.

Halliburton XCITE | LSU Pre-College 

July 9 - July 15  

Halliburton XCITE is a residential camp for rising 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade female students who will discover the many aspects of engineering.  The 7-day program allows students to explore, create, experiment, build, code, design, and compete in a variety of engineering and college preparatory activities. This is a residential camp. To apply or learn more, click Halliburton XCITE 

Environmental Microbiology | LSU Pre-College

July 9- July 22

Environmental Microbiology explores the relationship between microorganisms and their effects on the environment. In addition to studying the basic principles of environmental science and microbiology, students will examine the intersection of these two fields and the effect of microorganisms on the environment. The course also provides students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to study microorganisms and the environment. By the end of the course, students will be prepared for taking high school biology or AP Environmental Science in the upcoming year.

eXploreCS High School | LSU Pre-College  

June 5 - June 9

This course is for rising 10th - 12th graders. Computer Science is one of the fastest-growing fields in today’s job market. In this camp, students will learn basic skills in Python programming language and learn key concepts in major areas of computer science such as technology systems, networks, algorithms, data structures, data analytics, visualization, artificial intelligence, robotics, and cybersecurity. Lunch will be provided each day. Partial financial need scholarships are available courtesy of Louisiana Economic Development. To apply or learn more, click eXploreCS High School. 

Esports | LSU Pre-College

July 9- July 22

Esports is so much more than just gaming. If you are interested in learning how an esports team operates or potential career paths in the esports and video game development field? If so, you will want to check out the LSU Esports Summer Camp! This two week camp will introduce 9th-12th grade students to how teams operate, explore relevant college majors in the game industry, and of course- play games!

Fundamentals of Sound Engineering | LSU Pre-College

July 9- July 22

In the Fundamentals of Sound Engineering students will learn how to use industry recording software and recording techniques to record your original music, study the basics of music theory to continue exploring new ideas in composition, and even record your music to be used in a game and short film! This course is perfect for any students interested in music or sound design!

Game Design in Java Script | Pre-College

July 9- July 22

In Game Design in Java Script, we will cover the basics of JavaScript - one of the most widely-used coding languages available - to learn how to code a 2D video game. Students will program character interactions, set up keyboard controls, add a soundtrack, and more. At the end of camp, there will be a competition to see who can score the highest on each person's final game. Some programming experience is helpful, but not required.

Interactive Computing | LSU Pre-College

July 9 - July 22

Interactive Computing focuses on the nuances of programming for interacting with the real world in two representative areas: autonomous robots and the front end of web applications. Students learn how to code a software model within the realities of physical hardware, how to write test suites, and how to systematically debug their programs.

Intro to Engineering | LSU Pre-College

July 9 - July 22

This is the on-campus version of our Intro to Engineering course. In partnership with the LSU College of Engineering, Intro to Engineering will introduce you to the profession, ethics, and diversity of the field of engineering. You will complete 15 hands-on projects relating to 10 different fields of engineering offered at LSU. Throughout the course, you will interact with your instructor, teaching assistants, and peers to learn about each discipline and work on projects. This experience will allow you to explore the differences between each engineering discipline and help you make more informed decisions about future elective choices in high school and selecting your college major.

LSU Bands Music Camp

June 12 - June 17

The LSU Bands Music Camp is an intensive summer music camp for high school students with a wide range of experience. Students will study privately on their instrument, in concert rehearsal settings, as well as in chamber groups, working with accomplished professional faculty from the LSU School of Music.

Math Circle (virtual) | LSU Pre-College

June 12 - July 1

July 17 - Aug 5

Math Circle is designed to provide high school students with the opportunity to conduct mathematical research with guidance from professors and graduate students. Research mentors from many different areas of mathematics will give 1-2 talks in the beginning of the program on their area of research and potential research topics.

Louisiana Youth Seminar 

July 16 - July 21 

The Louisiana Youth Seminar is an exciting opportunity for rising juniors and seniors in high school. To register or learn more, click Louisiana Youth Seminar

REHAMS Engineering | LSU Pre-College  

June 19 - June 24

The Recruiting into Engineering High-Ability Multicultural Students (REHAMS) online camp is for 10th–12th grade male and female students from all backgrounds to learn about various disciplines of engineering during a 5-day on-campus camp. Students will participate in LSU faculty-led engineering 101 sessions and will be guided by current LSU engineering students through a variety of engineering activities. Reduced fees are available with demonstrated need. To apply or learn more, click REHAMS. 

Robotics | LSU Pre-College

July 9 - July 22

The Robotics course uses VEX Robotics parts and RobotC software to introduce the student to the foundations of robotics, including basic programming, actuators, mechanisms, and sensors. This course will involve students in the development, building, and programming of robots to accomplish various tasks. Students will perform hands-on work in teams to encourage knowledge sharing, reflection, and review. Topics may include motor speed, gear ratios, torque, sensors, program loops, project documentation, and decision-making.

Survey of Drones | LSU Pre-College

July 9 - July 22

Survey of Drones uses the fundamental skills learned in LSU’s Pathways Engineering courses to assemble, program, and pilot drones for use in indoor racing. Students will work hands-on to program and pilot drones through an indoor racing course. The course will begin with the basics of flight and signal transmission, then using those basics, students will adjust the programming of their drones to improve mobility and better suit their pilot’s preferences. Each team will program, test, and pilot their drone to see whose is the best!

Tigerland Auxiliary & Leadership Camp

June 25 - June 28

Tigerland Auxiliary & Leadership Camp is geared to give high school students all of the skills necessary to return to their band programs ready to go for the coming year. Students will work closely with LSU Department of Bands directors and staff to refine their leadership skills, colorguard work, and marching percussion fundamentals.

The Collaborative Piano Institute 

June 4 - June 24

The festival offers an intensive experience tailored to your individual needs through individual lessons, coachings, masterclasses, group classes, lectures, and performance opportunities with professional musicians. This year's festival will be held online. 

LSU UREC Teen Tigers

Teen Tigers is a pilot program this year to provide recreational experience through a fun, inclusive, and diverse camp program. Programs will focus on being outdoors on the challenge course, playing sports, and of course skills and fun around the outdoor pools.

LSU UREC Teen Tigers is designed for children ages 13 to 14. All activities are lead by LSU students who are first aid and CPR certified.


LSU Baseball Summer Camp

July 21 - July 23

July 28 - July 30

The LSU Baseball Summer Camp will offer daily instruction on position-specific fundamentals: hitting, pitching, fielding, and base running. 

Kim Mulkey Basketball Team Camp

June 3 

Kim Mulkey Basketball Team Camp is for High School Junior Varsity, Varsity, and Travel/AAU Teams. Minimum of 7 players with 3 games guaranteed. Must be part of a team that is coming together with a coach. No individual registrations. 

Kim Mulkey Basketball Day Camp

June 5 - June 8 

Kim Mulkey Basketball Day Camp is for those entering grades 2-9. This camp focuses on the basics of basketball. Campers will develop through fundamentals, skill stations, and in-game situations.

LSU Beach Volleyball Camp

June 12 - June 13 

August 12 - August 13 

Tiger Beach Volleyball Camps provide basic skill instruction for the beginner to the experience/rated players. Sessions will focus on skill development and will progress through in-game strategies and into competition. No prior experience in beach volleyball is required. We realize this is a new and evolving sport and we want everyone to have the opportunity to enjoy it!

LSU Gymnastics Camp

Learn more about Gymnastics Camps. 

LSU Softball Youth Camps & Clinics

Learn more about LSU Softball camps and clinics.

LSU Soccer Camp

The goal of the LSU Soccer Camp is to provide a fun, competitive and educational environment where players can enhance their soccer skills, speed & agility and knowledge of the game.

LSU Tennis Camp

The LSU Tennis Camps offer a way to grow in tennis skills in an engaging environment. A traditional camp with a focus on teamwork has two available summer sessions. The match play camp has one session where campers can play each other in a variety of matches. 

Indoor Tiger Volleyball Camp

Tiger Volleyball Camps  will be offered in July and will teach skills such as passing, defense, setting, attacking and serving. All camps will be held in the LSU PMAC. 

Tiger Cheer and Dance Camp

Come and cheer with the Tigers! Spend time learning LSU cheers and dances.