Share in a summer of discovery at the ASP. In just five and a half weeks, selected 11th-grade students are immersed in a college-level curriculum and challenged to discover new ways of learning. This quest extends beyond the classroom into the dormitories, onto the playing fields, and into the dining hall, encouraging students to make every moment of the ASP experience one to remember.

Students apply in the fall of their junior year for attendance in the summer before their senior year of high school. Application materials and deadlines can be found on this page.

Before completing the formal application process, please read the ASP Catalogue carefully and consult with your principal or guidance counselor. It is recommended that you attend an ASP information session in your area. Refer to the ASP on the Road section for further information.

The 2017 session runs from June 23-July 30. The tuition for 2017 is $4,200.

List of 7 items.

  • APPLICATION PROCESS

    You will not be registered as an applicant unless Forms A and B are postmarked by December 15.
    Students and parents are encouraged to contact the Advanced Studies Program Ofice at 603-229-4777 or asp@sps.edu if you have any questions regarding the admission procedures or forms.
  • Form A: Student Questionnaire

    To be completed by the student and postmarked by December 15.
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  • Form B: Family Questionnaire

    To be completed by the parent(s) and postmarked by December 15.
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  • Interviews

    Soon after the ASP Office receives Forms A and B, we will forward your name to an ASP alumnus/alumna interviewer in your area. The interviewer will schedule individual interviews through your guidance office beginning in December and running through March 1.
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  • Form C: Teacher Confidential Recommendation

    To be completed by the student and the teacher and postmarked by February 1.
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  • Form D: Activity Supervisor Recommendation

    To be completed by the student and the activity supervisor and postmarked by February 1.
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  • Form F: Principal or Guidance Counselor Confidential Recommendation

    To be completed by the student and the principal or guidance counselor and postmarked by February 15.
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St. Paul's School admits qualified students of any race, color, disability, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, and sexual orientation to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate in violation of any law or statute in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletics or other school-administered programs.