Johns Hopkins CTY Scholars was developed in 2004 to identify academically talented, underrepresented eighth-graders, and to support their educational development through high school and into top colleges and universities. The program prepares these students for advanced levels of academic achievement and leadership through studentsâ participation in rigorous summer programs, distance education courses, a mentoring program, and academic support with an assigned educational advisor.
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Corporate and Individual Donations
To identify high-potential eighth grade students from low-income families and from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education and prepare them for top levels of academic achievement
The Johns Hopkins CTY Scholars Program is a four-year scholarship and advising program that invests in academically talented young people who have demonstrated the potential to succeed in the classroom and beyond. Through academic enrichment, exposure, support, and individualized education planning, this scholarship fosters a positive peer culture, an active network of high-achieving high school students, and a cadre of future leaders. A CTY Scholars award enables a recipient to attend special courses in CTY’s summer and online programs, and connects students to academic advisors over four years.
Academic Advising; SAT Prep; Traditional CTY Summer Courses & CTY Online Courses
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