Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Program 2021 (Online)

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Program 2021 (Online)

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes is a summer enrichment program that provides academically talented and intellectually curious students currently in grades 8-11 with intensive study in a single course. Stanford College Summer Institutes offer two-week online summer courses, providing academically talented and intellectually curious students currently in grades 8-11 with intensive study in a single course. They invite high school students from around the world to discover, study and explore in small classes with instructors who are academic in their fields and passionate about teaching.

With no credit or grade, Stanford’s challenging courses provide an in-depth, interactive exploration of advanced topics. The program emphasizes skill building along with knowledge acquisition and is designed to create environments that foster creativity and collaboration where students learn from each other as well as their instructors.



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  • Country: Online
  • Eligible Regions: Anyone can apply
  • Deadline: March 10, 2021
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    Eligibility Criteria :

    • Students in grades 8-11 at the time of application are eligible.
    • For the specific grade ranges each course is open to, see the course descriptions on the official website.
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    Benefits :

    Single Subject Study: Its 30 summer courses provide an in-depth and interactive exploration of academic material. Courses are not graded and do not receive credit. Courses are available in subjects including computer science, mathematics, creative writing, philosophy, engineering, and more.
    Global Focus and Real Connections: Brilliant colleagues from around the world create a truly special and unforgettable experience. Study and discuss academic topics together with peers who share the same talents, interests, and curiosity.
    Live Online Classes – With small classes, online classes allow students to participate in all aspects of a course through real-time discussions where instructors and students see, hear, and interact with each other.
    Learn From Academic Instructors: Take courses designed, created, and taught by instructors knowledgeable in their fields and passionate about teaching. Many courses highlight new areas of research and professional practice.

    Courses meet for two hours every day (Monday through Friday) to chat live in the classroom with your instructor and peers. In addition to live meeting schedules, students will participate in out-of-class learning assignments tailored to each course. Active participation in class discussion is key to creating an online community of engaged learners. Outside of the academic components, students will also find opportunities to participate and build community with their peers through a variety of seminars, workshops, and activities on student life. In addition, they ask participants to adhere to the highest standards of integrity in their academic work and personal conduct. Past participants often comment on how much they learned from their peers.

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    Application Process:

    Create a Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes application account. The application account must be made in the legal name of the applicant student which is on CNIC, but a parent email address may be used to receive application communications.
    In addition to the online application form, a complete application includes:
    Academic records
    Unofficial transcripts are required for each school or academic program in which you took graded courses from Fall 2018 through Fall 2020. If you have multiple report cards from one school, instead of one transcript from that school, combine them in a single file to upload. Home schooled applicants are required to submit a document similar to a transcript with their course work for the years listed above. Home schooled students are also required to submit transcripts of any qualifying courses they have taken with a school or program during this period.
    Work samples)
    At least one sample of the student’s work will be required. Two may be required depending on the courses the applicant indicates interest in. Work samples must have been completed as a school assignment within the senior year and must demonstrate the student’s best effort. If possible, your sample should show qualified work and the indication or instructions, but no qualified work is required. Work samples older than two years will not be accepted. Please see the Online Application for more details on what your work sample should be.
    Teacher recommendation (s)
    At least one letter of recommendation is required. Two recommendations from different subject areas may be required depending on the courses the applicant indicates interest in.
    Video Essay(optional)
    This video essay is an opportunity to share more about yourself. You can consider this a conversation between you and the Stanford Admissions Committee, or you can also choose to tell us something that you have not mentioned elsewhere in the application. If you are attending a school where the primary language of instruction is a language other than English, we strongly recommend that you complete the video essay.
    $ 65 application fee
    You can submit the $ 65 application fee online with a credit card. See the payment instructions at the end of the Online Application.
    After completing your application, return to the Application Status and Materials Checklist page to ensure that all of your application materials have been submitted. When your admission decision is ready, you will receive an email notification asking you to log in to this page to make the decision.

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