New Hampshire Homeschooling Resources
The following is from the MIT Educational Studies Program web site:
Since 1957, the Educational Studies Program has been a MIT student activity committed to providing opportunities for learning in the greater Boston community. Most of our projects provide classes for motivated high school or middle school students interested in obtaining alternative and meaningful educational experiences.
... but not exclusively.
Our classes may be taught by anyone who demonstrates competence with the subject material and the ability to teach in a constructive, interesting manner. It is our firm belief that education is and should be fun and fascinating! Most of our projects are run and taught by MIT students, but we welcome any and all students, alums, professionals, or interested individuals who wish to contribute to our spectrum of educational opportunities.
Find out about getting involved in ESP. Contact us or come to our meetings! You can go back to our main page, or see a menu of programs.
I (Dan) attended ESP when I was in high school many years ago and I highly recommend it. Both of our children have
attended ESP and each will tell you that they had a great time and learned a lot.
Each of the programs has a specifc name and is held at roughly the same time each here. The programs which
we regularly attend are:
- SPLASH - Always runs on the weekend before Thanksgiving.
- HSSP - Spring and Summer
The traditional spring HSSP session runs for about ten Saturdays in the spring, with classes usually starting on the first weekend of March.
Class days run from 10:00am until 4:00pm. Each class period is either one and a half or two hours long.
The traditional HSSP summer session runs for 5 weeks in the summer, with classes usually starting on the second weekend of July.
Classe nights run from approx 6:00pm until 9:30pm. Each class period is either one and a half or two hours long.
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