What is PSP and how does it help Prospective Students and families stay informed?
The goal of our Prospective Student Pipeline (PSP) program is to disseminate information about the Governor’s School to as wide an audience as possible. To learn about our school, start by browsing the videos found under the About tab of this website. If the Governor’s School seems like something your child might be interested in, please also sign up to receive our monthly newsletter and notifications about virtual information sessions. Participation in the Prospective Student Pipeline does not guarantee acceptance into the Governor’s School for Science and Technology.
There are no qualifications necessary to join the Prospective Student Pipeline: all families are welcome. If you’d like to stay apprised of what’s happening at The Governor’s School and receive notifications of informational events and admissions deadlines, simply provide your contact information below. You can unsubscribe at any time, so please join us.
Interested parents can enter the Prospective Student Pipeline through one of two routes:
- School counselors from the participating districts may refer those students whom they believe might be good candidates for the Governor’s School, in which case the parents will be encouraged to sign up. If you’ve been invited to join the PreAdmission Program but haven’t yet registered, click here. Under application type, select the PreAdmission Series for Governor’s School for Science and Technology (PAS).
- Simply provide your contact information in the form below.