The selection process for the prestigious Governor’s School of New Jersey has begun, and school districts are invited to identify high-achieving high school juniors who may be interested in these rigorous and demanding STEM summer residential academic programs.
Two programs are available to students in 2019. The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology will be hosted at Rutgers University from June 30-July 26, 2019, and the Governor’s School in the Sciences will be hosted at Drew University from July 14-Aug. 3, 2019.
The Governor’s School is open to outstanding juniors selected by their high schools, and the program is free of tuition and fees.
Applications and information for the Governor’s School in the Sciences and Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology can be found here:
- The Governor’s School in the Sciences (GSS) Application
- The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology (GSET) Application
Applications are due by Jan. 10, 2019.
High schools with up to 325 juniors may submit one application for each of the Governor’s School programs. High schools with between 326 and 650 juniors may nominate two applicants for each of the two programs, and high schools with 651 or more juniors may nominate three applicants for each program.
For more information, please contact the program administrators. For the Governor’s School in the Sciences: Adam Cassano at firstname.lastname@example.org. For the Governor’s School of Engineering & Technology: Jean Patrick Antoine at email@example.com.