Summers at CRMS focus on supporting minority high school students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds who excel in math and science. Founded in 2007, High School High Scholar (HS)2
is a full scholarship, rigorous STEM-based summer enrichment program that transforms the lives of promising public high school students from underserved communities nationwide, inspiring them to return to their individual school communities as leaders, preparing them for college, and empowering them for success in the world.
Over five weeks for three consecutive summers, 75 (HS)2 scholars live and learn on the 300-plus acre CRMS campus. Taught by CRMS faculty, in addition to outside educators, (HS)2 scholars experience first-hand the impactful CRMS program and unrivaled geographic setting. During the week, students engage in six hours of academic classes in science, math, writing, and college counseling. In the afternoons, they participate in the CRMS Active Program, which includes rock climbing, kayaking, and team sports, as well as art classes such as silversmithing, blacksmithing, and music. On the weekends, the natural environment surrounding campus inspires exploration and adventure. This unique combination of challenging academics and outdoor activities contributes to the intellectual, social and emotional growth of each (HS)2 scholar, while the boarding experience cultivates independence, responsibility and life-long friendships.
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