Bowling Green, KY Summer Camps

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Center For Cave & Karst Studies
Bowling Green, KY  
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Scats
Bowling Green, KY  

If you happen upon Western Kentucky University�s campus during the month of June, you might do a double take because you would see rising 7th through 9th graders with backpacks walking up the hill to class. You might wonder, �when did college ki...

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Academic and Pre-College Camps: Gifted
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Vampy
Bowling Green, KY  

The Center for Gifted Studies at Western Kentucky University is offering the Summer Program for Verbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth (VAMPY) for the 26th year this summer. Designed for students who have taken the ACT or SAT as a 7th grader a...

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Residential Camp
Activities:
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Gifted
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Bowling Green, KY

Bowling Green is the third-most populous city in the state of Kentucky after Louisville and Lexington, with a population of 58,067 as of the 2010 Census. It is the county seat of Warren County and the principal city of the Bowling Green, Kentucky Metropolitan Statistical Area with an estimated 2009 population of 120,595. Bowling Green was founded in 1798 after Robert and George Moore donated an additional 30 acres to 40 acres to the Warren County trustees. The land surrounded the 2-acre plot they had donated for the construction of public buildings. Bowling Green was the provisional capital of the Confederate government of Kentucky. In 2003, Bowling Green with its surrounding communities was designated as a "metropolitan area".

Settlement and incorporation

The first Europeans credited with having settled the area now known as Bowling Green were Robert Moore, his brother George and General Elijah Covington. The Moore brothers arrived from Virginia around 1794. In 1798, only two years after Warren County had been formed, Robert Moore donated 2 acres of land to county trustees for the purpose of constructing public buildings. Soon after, he donated an additional 30 acres to 40 acres surrounding the original plot. The city of Bowling Green was officially incorporated by the state of Kentucky on March 6, 1798. The choice of the name Bowling Green has...