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Please email us at baruchstep@gmail.com if you have questions regarding the applications

STEP Academy

Online Applications for Fall 2019


 Deadline to complete application: September 22, 2019

Both High School Programs run 10 weeks on Saturdays from October 5, 2019 to December 14, 2019:  9am-2pm(We do not provide metrocards or lunch)

· Research Scholars Program: Application Link- https://tinyurl.com/Fall2019Research

Students research current issues and hone their presentation skills, in preparation for state and regional conferences.  Selected students will be enrolled in this fall  class to strengthen basic skills such as formulating researchable questions, designing testable experiments, performing literature searches and reading scientific literature. Students will also learn how research methodology helps frame data collection and the statistical procedures used to test their own studies. Upon successful completion of the fall course, students will have the opportunity to present their research at a statewide conference in Albany and/or a regional conference in NYC.

· Academy Program: Application Link- https://tinyurl.com/Fall2019Academy

Math: Geometry Review  |    Alg2/Trig Review   |  SAT Math Prep

Science:   Living Environment Review  |   Chemistry Review   | Introduction to Bioethics

Workshops: Career Exploration & Workplace Readiness | College Essay Writing | Financial Literacy for Teens

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· Middle School Program runs : 3 Weeks on Saturdays from Oct. 5, 2019 to Oct. 19, 2019 from 9am—2pm

SHSAT Test Preparation Application Link- https://tinyurl.com/Fall2019SHSAT

This course will concentrate on test preparation for the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT) for interested rising 8th graders. Students will review the English and math components for the October 2019 SHSAT exam

*Student must rank the courses (online) according to preference. Classes will only run with a minimum enrollment of 15 students. If your first choice has a low enrollment, you will be placed in your second choice.