PCC @ Stonehill College

Norton Public Schools is a member district of the Project Contemporary Competitiveness Advanced Studies Program (PCC ASP) program which is hosted on the campus of Stonehill College. PCC is accepting registration for either a 4 or 6 week advanced studies program for students rising to grade 8 - 11. Information and applications are available online at https://pccasp.org/.

PCC ASP is entering its 52nd consecutive year boasting more than 22,000 alumni representing United States, China and Norway. The purpose of PCC ASP is to provide an intellectually enriching, socially stimulating, affordable residential summer program in a friendly, supportive learning environment for students entering grades eight through eleven. The program is staffed by full-time program directors, resident directors, floor leaders and college students. There is also an instructional staff consisting of college professors, public and private school teachers.

Students will select two classes from a variety of course offerings that they will attend in the morning session. The remainder of the day includes group instruction, field trips, productions and activities. The 2020 6-week program dates are June 28 - August 8 and the cost this year is $2,500 with an additional $25 application fee. The 4-week program is June 28 - July 24 with a cost of $1900. Limited scholarships are available.

Please take an opportunity to view the PCC ASP website for additional information.

Applications can be completed online.


Christopher Maloof

School Guidance Counselor