The Wade Edwards Learning Lab in Raleigh has a full slate of summer workshops for high schoolers this year.
The program covers a variety of academic, enrichment and self improvement topics - from a virtual trip to Paris or Japan and quidditch (the sport that Harry Potter plays) to college and test prep; math and science courses; personal empowerment; and robotics.
Workshops run Monday through Thursday with morning or afternoon sessions. They begin the week of June 23. The cost is $35 for most of the workshops with a discount for those taking more than one.
Check the lab's website for details and to register for the programs.