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Webb will once again offer its Junior Scholars Summer Program for rising 7th-, 8th- and 9th-graders on campus in July 2024. Prospective students and families can learn more on our website about our two sessions and four unique and engaging programs in Paleontology, Science and Engineering, Digital Arts and Global Ethics.
We are excited you have decided to apply to Webb Junior Scholars. Our priority deadline is March 15th. We will begin reviewing applications after the priority deadline and you will receive your admission decision shortly after that date. Following this deadline, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
To apply, please fill out the online application. Once you have submitted your application, you have access to the online portal where you will be prompted to upload a transcript or school report and a teacher recommendation. The recommendation form will be available in the online CampInTouch portal.
As we continue to receive more qualified international applicants, we are partnering with Vericant and Duolingo to assist with conducting language screening interviews. Students attending school in a non-English speaking country are required to complete a Vericant interview (available in China) or a Duolingo test (available everywhere). Students who have attended at least one year at a school where the primary language of instruction is English are exempt.
The entire program generally runs the month of July. There are two, 10-day sessions with a bridge program in the middle for students who would like to attend both sessions.
Students have the opportunity to choose between Science & Engineering, Paleontology, Global Changemakers, Medical Science and Digital Arts. There are two 10-day sessions offered each summer. Students can stay for both sessions and chose two different offerings.
Yes, students in the paleontology program within Junior Scholars do have the opportunity to work in the Alf Museum. The museum includes two floors of installations and displays and holds over 175,000 fossil specimens.
Yes, students are welcome to enroll in both summer sessions. There is a bridge program you can enroll in and remain on campus as well.