Welcome to Splash at JHU!

Splash at JHU gives high school students a chance to get their feet wet into a diverse pool of topics. Hopkins students get a chance to lead a wave of learning and help high school students take a dive into topics not taught in traditional curriculums.

Mission Statement

Splash at JHU seeks to cultivate a passion for learning by hosting a one-day program for high school students featuring innovative, non-credit, enrichment courses taught by Hopkins undergraduates.

What is Splash?

Splash at JHU is a one-day educational initiative that gives high school students the chance to participate in interactive classes taught by passionate Hopkins students. These classes range from Artificial Intelligence to the Psychology of Make-Up to Kittens 101; topics you won’t find in a traditional classroom!

Splash is an educational program first started by MIT ESP that has spread to more than 30 universities across the country. The Splash programs are overseen by Learning Unlimited, a nonprofit seeking to spread the joy of knowledge and learning. There are two nearby Splash programs at George Washington University and at UMBC.

How does it work?

For one full day, high school students come to the Hopkins campus and take the classes they want. Passionate Hopkins undergraduates will be guiding students to their classrooms, teaching classes, and sharing their interests.

How do I get involved?

If you are an interested high school student, click here to find out how to register and look at the courses being offered. If you are a Hopkins undergrad who would like to teach a class during Splash, click here to find out how to sign-up. If you are interested in assisting the Exec Board in planning for our upcoming program, feel free to reach out to us at jhusplash@gmail.com.

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