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Application, Tuition & Financial Aid

Summer Academy 2020 is Now Offered Online!

Application Process

Summer Academy is open to high school students (grades 10-12 and Graduating Seniors based on the grade the student is entering in the Fall 2020 school year). Students must be 14 years old by the first day of the program. All students new to Summer Academy are required to complete an online application. Our online application can be completed in a few basic steps. As students work through their application, they may save their progress and return to the application prior to final submission.

    1. Fill out basic information
    2. Select course preferences
    3. Submit the contact information for one reference
    4. Complete short answer questions
    5. Pay a $50 application fee
    6. Submit supplementary materials
      • Required
        • Transcript and School Report: Forms must include the school’s grading system and the most recent completed semester grades. Transcripts must be in English and do not need to be official. Report cards for the last two years are acceptable.
      • Optional
        • Reference: must be a teacher, guidance counselor, coach or school official.
        • Work/Writing Sample: Students can submit any piece of work as an optional supplement to their application (e.g. research paper, poetry, course assignment, artwork, proposals, etc.)

*The online application portal will prompt students to submit supplementary materials after payment of the application fee. Applications will not be considered complete until all required supplementary materials have been received. Failure to submit required supplementary materials by the application deadline may result in rejection or declined admission.

Returning Students

We are thrilled that you have decided to study with us again. Students who have previously attended a School of The New York Times program or course can submit a simplified application in a few basic steps. Application fees will be waived for returning students.

  1. Fill out basic information
  2. Select course preferences
  3. Complete a few short answer questions
  4. Submit the most recent Transcript

Application Timeline

2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程All applications are carefully reviewed by our admissions committee. The committee strives to select talented student leaders with diverse interests, ambitions and writing styles who will contribute to a well-rounded, and academically engaging community of students. Each application is reviewed holistically and qualified students who have demonstrated both a genuine interest in Summer Academy and a strong academic background will be considered for admission to the program. Our goal is to accept as many qualified students as possible and to place them in courses that are a fit for their academic, personal and professional aspirations (given space availability).

Applications are currently being reviewed on a rolling basis and we encourage students to submit their applications as soon as possible to increase their chances of being placed in their preferred course. Please note that all supplemental documents must also be submitted in order for your application to be considered.

Application Deadlines by Term

  • Term 1 – Monday, June 1
  • Term 2 – Tuesday, June 16
  • Term 3 – Friday, June 26
  • Term 4 – Friday, July 10

Tuition

Each two-week online course is $2,750, plus a $75 tech fee.

Applications for Financial Aid & the Diverse Voices Scholarship have closed for 2020. Scholarships will automatically carry over to the online program. Admitted students currently receiving Financial Aid who wish to participate in Summer Academy Online will automatically have their Financial Aid application re-evaluated based on the same need-based criteria.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Financial Aid

Limited financial assistance is awarded based on a combination of merit and need. In order to be considered for financial aid, students must submit a completed program application, followed by a financial aid application.

Please note2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程 that the deadline to apply for financial has passed. New requests for financial aid will not be considered.

Scholarships

The School of The New York Times is committed to making its programs accessible to students from all backgrounds. We believe financial circumstances should not be a barrier to world-class, pre-collegiate education. The Diverse Voices Scholarship Fund aims to improve availability, access and equity of learning opportunities for historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students by offering full-tuition scholarships. Students interested in Summer Academy, Gap Year and August Writers’ Workshop are eligible to apply.

Please note2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程 that the deadline to apply for The Diverse Voices Scholarship Fund has passed.

Student Ambassadors

Interested in hearing more about the student experience? Speak with one of our Student Ambassadors and hear firsthand what it’s like to be a Summer Academy student. Our ambassadors are a team of former Summer Academy students with a diverse set of academic, professional and personal passions. If you’re interested in connecting with a former student, please contact info@alisonvernon.com to schedule a conversation.

Diversity and Inclusion Statement

The School of The New York Times is committed to fostering a culture that embraces the values of diversity and inclusiveness. We believe that diversity — in all its forms — is a driver for new ideas, creativity and academic excellence. Moreover, we are dedicated to creating a climate of dignity and respect as well as recruiting and retaining a diverse group of leaders, administrators, faculty, staff and students.

2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程Promoting a nurturing, inclusive environment means actively opposing intolerance, bigotry, bias and discrimination. The policies and educational objectives of The School of The New York Times further inclusivity and cultural effectiveness. These values are recognized and supported fully by The School of The New York Times leadership. Additionally, we recognize that the responsibility for maintaining a culture of diversity and inclusion lies with all of us.

How You Can Help

The School of The New York Times is committed to fostering an inclusive learning environment and giving underrepresented students the opportunity to participate in our programs. We regularly work with schools, foundations, education organizations and community-based organizations that work with student populations. If you are interested in partnership opportunities, please contact us at info@alisonvernon.com.

If you are interested in sponsoring a student as an individual, please contact us at info@alisonvernon.com.

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