Grades 9-12

Wide-Ranging Programs to Educate and Challenge High School Students

From scientific competition and leadership to sports clinics and exclusive opportunities for girls, high school students can choose from a wide range of learning and personal development programs.

Programs for Your Child

WPI sponsors enrichment programs for which parents/guardians can enroll their child.

Reaching High provides sophomore and junior girls with an opportunity to discover how engineers can change lives by providing solutions to many of life’s problems. Learn more...

Sports Clinics help young athletes sharpen and hone their basketball, baseball, football, soccer, or softball skills in a safe and supportive environment. Learn more...

 

Programs for Your Student Group

WPI sponsors programs for which high school educators, including home school and community-based organizations, can register groups of students

BattleCry, a FIRST Robotics competition, gives young engineering and robotics enthusiasts an opportunity to compete with their robots in exciting competitions, obtain awards, and hone their technical skills. Learn more...

High School Visits offer students a 30-60-minute presentation that provides an overview of WPI and the admissions process, and includes a 60-minute campus tour. Learn more...

Invitational Math Meet enables students compete for WPI scholarship money (as individuals and teams) by answering challenging questions in secondary-level pre-calculus mathematics. Learn more...

Savage Soccer, a VEX Robotics program, challenges students to design and build radio-controlled and autonomous robots that compete against other robots. Learn more...

 

WPI Outreach Initiatives

Learn more about how WPI partners with school districts, neighborhood youth organizations and teachers to develop programs and activities designed to engage students and promote their intellectual development.

Destination Imagination is a national education competition that promotes creativity, problem solving and teamwork in K-12 students. Learn more..

Worcester Regional Science Fair invites high school students from throughout Central Massachusetts to develop research-based science projects and compete for thousands of dollars in awards. Learn more...

Undergraduate students take on the challenge of educating K-12 students in STEM fields through the Engineering Ambassador program. Learn more...

 
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Engineering Our Future

National Grid’s Engineering Pipeline Program sets you apart from the crowd. As a Pipeline Scholar, you will begin to cultivate your talent for a future career in engineering before you even leave high school.

Pipeline Program

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Our Commitment to Educators

Several of our programs are designed to support the efforts of teachers and guidance counselors. Educators can administer these programs at their schools by submitting a K-12 Outreach Request Form to Shari Weaver.