Schools that wish to participate in the Horizons program, please fill out the school registration form below. For more information, please contact the Horizons program director via firstname.lastname@example.org.
For summer 2019, we are continuing to use the electronic applications and forms. However, if you would like copies of the form mailed or emailed to you, please contact our office as soon as possible. A completed application packet contains:
- nomination/application form (Horizons I, Horizons II or Horizons III) applications due: March 8th, 2019
- answers to specific questions geared toward Horizons I or Horizons II
- two recommendation forms (written comments are highly encouraged), one of which must be from a science or math teacher in the nominating school and one from someone (other than a family member) who can ascertain the suitability of the program for the applicant as well as her readiness for a residential program
- a copy of the applicant's year-to-date grade report as well as the grade report from the previous year.
Your completed packet should contain all required documents and be submitted as a single mailing postmarked on or before March 8th, 2019, if you are using paper documents. If you are emailing, everything must be emailed to email@example.com by 11:59 p.m. EST on March 8th, 2019.
Unless an exception is granted, we reserve the right not to review applications that are not postmarked by the announced date.
All applicants, accepted or not, and including those who are on wait-list status, will be notified of their status between late April and early May. If the applicant is accepted and chooses not to participate, please notify the director as early as possible so the opportunity can be shared with another candidate.
Wait-listed applicants who move to acceptance status will be notified on or near May 3, 2019, and will receive available unpaid slots. Full tuition is required upon notification of acceptance.
Clarkson University, Potsdam, N.Y.
Participants reside two per room in a Clarkson University dormitory. Female program personnel live on the dormitory floors with the participants. Meals, classes and recreation are held on the Clarkson campus.
This is a full immersion program with fun and engaging activities ongoing at all times. Participants are not permitted to leave campus or move about campus alone and are under supervision at all times.