Summer HSSP has concluded for the 2019 year.

Program Vitals

What: HSSP is a multi-weekend program held once during the spring and once during the summer at MIT. Classes, both academic and non-academic, will be offered in multiple time blocks.

Who: Spring HSSP is open to current 7th to 12th graders. Summer HSSP is open to rising 7th graders to graduating 12th graders. Absolutely no exceptions will be made to this policy.

When: Summer HSSP 2019 will run on Sundays from July 7th to August 18th.

How does registration work?: Registration for Summer HSSP is a two-stage process. During the first stage, students will get to enter their class preferences into a lottery. Lottery results will be released on June 27th. In the second stage, students can change their classes and enroll in classes with empty spots on a first-come-first-serve basis. After June 26th, no more student registrations will be allowed.

Cost: The entire program costs $40, regardless of how many classes attended. This can be paid after lottery results are released and you confirm your enrollment. You will be able to pay this online, or you can pay in cash or by check made out to MIT ESP on the first day of the program. Generous financial aid is available! All payments and financial aid applications can only be done after lottery results are released.

Details: For more information, check out the Summer HSSP Details page. If you have more questions, you can contact us.

  • Spring HSSP runs from February to April every year. Check back in February for more information.

Last modified on Aug. 24, 2019 at 10:07 p.m.