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Voices from SD Orientation: Ameer Fortier-Bourne

Good morning everyone. My name is Ameer. I’m a longtime ATDP student, since third grade. In the Elementary Division, classes like “Simple Machines” and “Energy” were straight forward in their material and were not meant to build upon each other. Once I entered the Secondary Division and chose to take “First-Year Japanese,” it was a […]

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Voices from SD Orientation: Ariana Salimi

Good morning everyone. My name is Ariana Salimi, I’m 16 years old, I go to St. Mary’s College High School, and I’ve been taking ATDP courses every summer since 3rd grade. 9 whole years of ATDP! My expedition of ATDP started when my Dad’s dentist was just simply talking to my dad about the program. […]

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Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships Opening for 7th Graders

We’d like to share an opportunity with ATDP’s low-income families that include current 7th graders. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Young Scholars Program opens its 2017 application process on February 7. This scholarship provides college-bound young scholars with financial and advising support through the end of high school. We encourage strong students whose families have […]

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Kaushik Basu on Applied Mathematics

The interview below is a part of a series on New Secondary Division course offerings for 2017. Kaushik Basu discusses his upcoming Secondary Division course, Applied Mathematics, Understanding Higher Math through Physics and Tinkering. Read the course description here. Kaushik Basu has been a teacher with ATDP since 2013, and has taught several courses including […]

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