About 160 of the state’s top high school students will be studying genetics, electrons, and computers among other subjects June 29 – July 26 at the 2014 Governor’s School for Math, Science, and Technology at University of Lynchburg.
This is the 19th year University of Lynchburg has hosted the program, which is directed by LC mathematics professor Danny Cline. The school provides intensive, hands-on learning experiences in classes offered by University of Lynchburg faculty and a core of faculty recruited from high schools and colleges.
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During their month-long stay, students live in College residence halls and enjoy the use of College facilities. They choose one of 10 classes of study.
Each year since 1973, Governor’s Schools have offered opportunities for high school juniors and seniors from across the state to study together. Every public and private high school in Virginia is invited to submit nominations for students who have been identified as gifted in a particular area. Governor’s schools are also offered at other locations in the humanities, visual and performing arts, and foreign languages.
For more information, contact Dr. Danny Cline at 434.544.8372.