School might be out for the summer, but middle- and high-school students are still learning at Otterbein. This year, Otterbein offered five educational summer camps, as well as a variety of athletic camps. Otterbein Summer Camps are led by Otterbein’s skilled and dedicated faculty and staff. Campers are exposed to innovative technology, creativity and fun. More importantly, they develop skills and interests vital to success in college.
For the second year, Otterbein was the host of the Martin W. Essex School for the Gifted and Talented™. Approximately 30 students participated this year. Students stayed on campus in DeVore Hall June 17-23, while attending classes, seminars and workshops on the arts, sciences and humanities. Students who completed the School earned a $1,000 scholarship to Otterbein University.