Another summer of adventure and learning concludes
What a summer.
New Hampshire high school students from Pittsburg to Nashua waded in tidal pools for Marine Biology, visited state and federal courts for Law & Governance, and constructed submersible vessels for Engineering classes as part of St. Paul’s School Advanced Studies Program (ASP).
The five-week intensive academic experience concluded its 59th session July 31, and celebrated the graduation of 266 rising seniors from Granite State public and parochial schools.
The aspiring writers and photographers in the Mass Media course worked to document the efforts of their peers throughout their time in Millville. Their blog includes coverage of the ASP mock presidential election and the altruistic endeavor of Engineering and Artificial Intelligence students to create mobility devices for GoBabyGo New Hampshire, an organization that aids children with ambulatory challenges, http://bit.ly/MassMedia_GBG.