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Splash 2020 will happen virtually on November 14-15! View your schedule and add or change classes on the Onsite Page. Check out the Hitchiker's Guide to Splash for more details.

Welcome to Splash!

Since its founding in 1988, Splash has become MIT's largest annual teaching and learning extravaganza. For one awesome weekend every November, thousands of high schoolers will flood campus (or, this year, virtual classrooms) to take classes, taught by MIT students, on anything and everything. Come be a part of this iconic MIT event!

Splash is fully student-run by MIT ESP.

A Splash class in a large lecture hall
Admins and volunteers help create liquid nitrogen ice cream

Learn Anything!

From atomic chess to ancient Chinese literature to aerospace, Splash offerings number over 250 this year and span a wide variety of areas. Want to take a class on Internet privacy? Riddles? Bollywood fusion dance? All of these are options open to you!

Over the weekend of Splash, you can get your feet wet with a short introduction to any number of subjects—things you always wanted to learn and topics you never knew existed—or you can dive headfirst into in-depth seminars and intensive workshops.

Who Can Participate?

High school students in grades 9–12 can attend Splash. (Unfortunately, absolutely no exceptions can be made to this policy.)

Splash Classes

Check out the class catalog to see the wide variety of classes you can take!

Splash Details

Splash 2020 takes place on November 14-15 and will be fully virtual. The program cost will be $40, but we offer generous financial aid for students that request it. For more information, please visit our program details page.

Questions? Email us at splash@mit.edu.

Student Registration

Student registration is now closed. If you have already registered for Splash, you can view your classes on the Onsite Page.

Looking to attend Splash as a teacher? Visit our teacher page.

Last modified on Nov. 11, 2020 at 03:48 a.m.