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Note:
Our 2020 Fall Splash has officially come to a close! Thank you to everyone who participated and made this program a success. We hope that you had a lot of fun, and that you learned something new along the way! We look forward to seeing you again at our
Spring Splash
!


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Program Vitals

What: Take short classes on whatever topics you would like!
Who: Students in grades 9-12
When: Our next Splash will be this Spring! More details will be announced soon!
Where: Online
Cost: Splash is free to attend!


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Have you ever wanted to learn how to solve equations with origami? Interested in analyzing the music of Dmitri Shostakovich? Want to know how to take care of a kitten? You can learn all of these things and many more when you attend Splash at JHU! Splash allows students to explore their passions and discover new ones by taking classes on a myriad of subjects, from rigorous academics, to useful life skills, to eccentric hobbies and niche activities that you would never learn anywhere else.

 

What You Can Learn


Classes at Splash cover a wide range of topics designed to appeal to everyone. Many classes are academic, covering areas of advanced mathematics, the sciences, history and various other areas. Other classes may teach certain technical skills or have a physical component. Whatever your interest is, you will be able to find a class for it, and new classes are offered every program to keep material fresh and fun for students.

A course catalog with a list of all offerings for our next program will be released soon! In the meantime, feel free to browse our selections for our Fall 2020 and Fall 2019 programs here and here.


Cost
 

All students will be able to attend for free!


Questions?


For more information, check out our About Page and our FAQ. If you have any other questions, please reach out to us at jhusplash@gmail.com.
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