Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Get your Middle/High School students interested in these MIT/BC programs!

Help your students join in the excitment of learning!
note: these programs are either low cost or FREE!

Programs at MIT and BC to tell your students about:

Looking for a way to get college credit in high school? Interested in showing colleges just what you are made of? Want to explore a topic in-depth?
Registration is open for Delve, ESP's AP preparatory course, and we would love to have you join us for an exciting 29 weeks of learning!
Sign up today at

What can students expect from Delve?
Delve will offer classes for the Calculus, Physics, Studio Art, Government and Politics: United States and more AP exams during the school year, from mid-September until May. Every Sunday, students will spend 10:00AM to 3:00PM at MIT dedicated to one of these classes (with an hour long lunch break in between). Our classes can be taken as stand-alone classes, not just in conjunction with AP courses at high schools. You will have the opportunity to take the AP in May with your school or with our partner, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Delve at

Do you want to take a class about...

- Design and Analysis of Roller Coasters
- Paradoxes of Democracy
- Fun with Fractals
- Aircraft Jet Engines
- How to Make a Pixar Movie
- The French Revolution
- Stage Fighting

...or any of 400 other awesome topics? Then you should come to Splash!
Splash offers a series of short classes and workshops like the ones listed above, and you can take up to 20 hours of classes.
Splash takes place on November 19th and 20th at MIT, and costs $30 for the entire program.
Student lottery registration will open in late October; after the lottery is run, a first-come, first-served round of registration will open to fill any remaining empty spots.

You can find out more at, or email Splash at

There is more than one way for your students to be involved in Splash!

BC Splash

This November, Boston College will also be opening its doors for its own Splash program. With a concentration on liberal arts, course topics will range from music to math, political science to computer science.
BC Splash is a no-fee program designed to instill a sense of excitement in students about academia and have fun doing it! For more information, visit our website, Registration will begin in early October.note: these programs are either low cost or FREE!
Help your students join in the excitment of learning!

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