The New Jersey Governor’s School in the Sciences (NJGSS) is a 3-week residential program where students are immersed in intense college-level research on the campus of Drew University. High school students who live in New Jersey are nominated by their schools and applications are submitted in the fall of the junior year for participation in the following summer. New Jersey’s Governor’s School in the Sciences is a very prestigious program for rising high school juniors.
Some wonderful articles written about the NJGSS program:
Top high school students study science at annual Governor’s School – nj.com
VHS Student Spends Summer In Top Science Program – Verona News
NJGSS relies 100% on donations from corporate and individual donors. If you would like, you can make a donation online through the Alumni office. If you would like to send a check, make it out to ” Drew University ” and put “Governor’s School in the Sciences” in the memo line. Send to: Governor’s School in the Sciences Drew University, 36 Madison Ave. Madison, NJ 07940. All donations are tax deductible.
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The New Jersey Governor’s School staff, faculty, and scholars gratefully acknowledge the corporate and individual donors for their support of the 2013 Governor’s School program.
- John and Laura Overdeck
- Vanguard Charitable Endowment
- Charles Edison Fund
- NJGSS Alumni and Parents 1984 – 2013