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It’s easy to apply to the Summer Academy. Go to our on-line application, select the session(s) you wish to attend, provide necessary contact information, and write a short (100 word) paragraph.
Simply upload, e-mail, fax, or snail-mail an unofficial transcript to us and your application is complete. It will take up to 10 business days for your application to be processed and reviewed.
An acceptance letter will be emailed to you along with a deposit/payment form.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until June 15, 2018.
A $200 deposit is required by June 1, 2018 to secure your place in the session(s) you wish to attend. If you are attending multiple sessions on one campus, a single $200 deposit is all that’s needed. If attending sessions on both campuses, deposits must be submitted to each location.
Summer Academy tuition is $1,100 per week if the deposit is received by June 1. After that, tuition is $1,250 per week. Tuition covers room, meals, books, activity fees, and cool St. John’s swag.
We understand that the cost of the Summer Academy may be out of reach for families and will do our best to provide some assistance to those with financial need. To apply for financial assistance, click on one of the Scholarship Application buttons.
Annapolis Scholarship Application Santa Fe Scholarship Application
Because the programs on our respective campuses are run independently, we ask that you submit the Scholarship Application to the campus hosting the session(s) you are attending. If you are attending sessions on both campuses, the Scholarship Application must be submitted to both locations.
The Summer Academy Scholarship Application and required attachments are due on or before May 4, 2018.
If you are a high school student in New Mexico, you may qualify for a regional scholarship. Click here to access the Tecolote & New Mexico Scholarship Nomination form.
To determine the type of visa you will need to enter the United States this summer for our non-credit program, visit the U.S. Department of State’s Tourism & Visit website.
Annapolis CampusBrittany KemmerSummer Academy Director410-626-2522800-727-9238E-mail Annapolis
Santa Fe CampusAnne YoungSummer Academy Director505-984-6060800-331-5232E-mail Santa Fe
Sessions are hosted on both St. John’s campus locations, in Annapolis, MD and Santa Fe, NM.
Santa Fe | June 24–June 30
Courage & the Soul
What does it mean to deal ethically with your fellow man? Where is the seat of morality?
Santa Fe | July 1-7
Contemplation & Love
What is the nature of the relationship between the self and the other? What affects our own position within our communities?
Santa Fe | July 8-14
How can music articulate experience in a way that words cannot? How do communities and music shape each other?
Annapolis | July 15-21
Equality & Inequality
What is meant by fairness? Are fairness and equality the same?
Annapolis | July 22-28
Poets & Perception
How do stories shape the human experience? Do perception and reality ever meet in truth?