Summer Studies

ASP Overview

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The Advanced Studies Program was founded in 1957 by St. Paul’s School to provide talented New Hampshire public and parochial high school students with challenging educational opportunities.
The entirely residential summer session stresses academic and personal growth, as students learn to live together and share in the School community. Intensive classwork is supplemented by athletics, participatory Chapel services, afternoon recreation, weekend social activities, and a rich college counseling program.
The ASP seeks highly motivated students interested in academic challenge, hard work, and a stimulating environment.

At a Glance

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  • Founded in 1957

  • Students in 2019 session: 242

  • High Schools represented: 72

  • Average class size: 13

  • Student to Faculty+Intern ratio 4:1


“I have benefited from the ASP in more ways than I can name. Coming out of this program, I’m more determined, confident, and excited for what is to come.”

New Hampshire’s Summer Program

Top rising seniors from around the state have made ASP a transformational experience since 1957. Discover what opportunities the five and a half week program holds for you.

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Scholarship. Leadership.
Character. Community.
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