Monday, June 3, 2013

Delve AP registration open; Summer HSSP approaching

Announcement from MIT ESP

Greetings from MIT ESP! 

We're excited to announce that registration for our Delve AP program has recently opened.
In addition, registration for Summer HSSP will open on June 16, and our Junction summer program continues to accept applications for some of its courses.


Delve offers a chance to learn Advanced Placement subjects from enthusiastic teachers on Sundays during the school year, and prepares students to take an AP exam in the subject at the end of the course.
What: Offerings include Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Psychology, and more depending on teacher interest.
Who: Motivated students in grades 9-12.
Where: All classes are held on MIT's campus.
When: Classes run most Sundays from September to May (the full calendar can be found at <>), for approximately four hours in the morning and early afternoon.

The cost of the program is $250, but generous financial aid is available! For more information or to apply, see <>. Apply by the early-bird deadline of June 15th to have the best chance at your first-choice class! If you have any questions, feel free to email us at <>.

Summer HSSP meets on Sundays for 7 weeks during the summer, from July 7th to August 18th, and is open to students entering grades 7 through freshman year of college. Classes include “Dreams, Dreaming, and the Subconscious”, “A History of Mathematics”, “Thermal and Fluid Dynamics” and many more.

Registration will open at 4:00 PM on June 16th, and will remain open until July 1st on a first come, first served basis. Register early to get your pick of classes! HSSP costs $40, but generous financial aid is available. For more information, see <>.

Our Junction summer program continues to accept applications for intensive college-level courses including "Understanding Topology", "Biology of Reproduction", "Classical and Modern Physics", and "Moby-Dick and Modern America". Junction meets weeknight evenings, July 8 - August 15 and is a more selective program intended for advanced high school students. For more information, see <>


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