Project High-Phi


Project High-Phi began in 2010 with the idea of making philosophy more accessible to high school students. Since that time it has supported internships in which college students work with high school teachers to help them find ways of incorporating philosophical discussion into their classroom, it has sponsored nationwide essay contests, and has provided resources for teachers, students and their families to engage with philosophy in ways that do not depend on being in a university to do so.

Currently Project High-Phi, now based at the University of Connecticut, is working to develop dual-enrollment courses in Connecticut high schools. In this way, and with the support of the Office of Early College Experience at UConn, high school students can take philosophy courses at their schools that will also earn them UConn credit. That credit may also be used at most other U.S. colleges and universities.

Also, in the summer of 2017, Project High-Phi will offer a Summer Institute for High School Teachers on the University of Connecticut campus from July 24-28. Please see below for a link to more information and an application.
                    Cherry Hill High School East(1)                         
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Mitch Green,
Jan 30, 2017, 11:45 AM
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Mitch Green,
Jan 30, 2017, 11:30 AM
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