HSSP

Teacher registration is now closed. Look back later in the spring for applications for Summer HSSP!



Program Vitals

What? Teach a 7-week in-depth class on an academic or nonacademic subject this spring!
When? Spring HSSP 2014 will run once a week on Saturday afternoons from March 1st through April 26th, skipping March 15th for Spark! and April 12th for MIT's Campus Preview Weekend. Summer HSSP will run on Sundays in July and August. Check back soon for specific dates and more information!
Who? Teach middle and high school students, from current 7th to 12th graders.
Where? All classes will be held on the MIT campus.
How? Teacher registration is now closed! Look back later in the spring for applications for Summer HSSP
Contact email: spring-hssp@mit.edu

HSSP is a 6-8 week program held during the spring and summer at MIT and during the fall at Harvard. Each week, 7th to 12th grade students visit MIT to take up to three classes on a wide range of subjects. As an HSSP teacher, you get to pick any subject of interest and explore it in-depth with your chosen number of students. To see a past catalog, check out the Spring HSSP 2013 Class Catalog.

Feel free to visit Logistics to find out more about how ESP can help you!

Sprinkler

Interested in teaching a one-time class instead of a long-term one? Sprinkler is a sub-program during HSSP where middle school students can opt to take a new Splash-style (one-shot) class every week in place of one of their long-term classes. For more information, including how to register, please check out the Sprinkler page.

Food?

Yes! The day that you are teaching you are welcome to come eat a free lunch with all of our other teachers for HSSP. You will also receive a free t-shirt.



Last modified on March 30, 2014 at 11:48 p.m.