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Chemistry Class


This summer, Peninsula Academy is proud to collaborate with the esteemed BioBuilder Foundation, a leading educational non-profit based at MIT, to offer an exclusive 3-week intensive bioengineering research and training program. Designed for ambitious rising 10th to 12th graders, this program offers an unparalleled opportunity to dive deep into the world of bioengineering.

Students will enjoy a hands-on, immersive research experience guided by the nation’s top educators and PhD scientists from Harvard, Tufts, MIT, and Boston University. Utilizing the cutting-edge BioBuilder curriculum, students will embark on independent biodesign and bioengineering projects, allowing them to apply scientific concepts to real-world challenges with passion and creativity. Research activities will be conducted in the BioBuilder Learning Lab, housed within the state-of-the-art Ginkgo Headquarters in Boston’s vibrant Seaport District.

Beyond the lab, students will receive personalized guidance from Peninsula Academy’s premier college counselors. This will empower students to thoughtfully consider their college aspirations and develop strategic plans to gain admission into the nation’s most competitive universities. Additionally, the program emphasizes the development of scholarly and research writing skills, crucial for crafting compelling journals and research reports.

This program is a transformative journey that blends rigorous academic training with practical, real-world applications. It’s an invitation to young scholars to explore their potential, make meaningful advancements in bioengineering, and prepare for a bright future in science and beyond. Please note, the selection process for this program is competitive. We encourage interested students to apply early to increase your chances of admission. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of a summer that could redefine your academic and professional journey. 

For Registration and Fee details, contact:

English, call 310-377-1297 or email
Korean, text 310-989-7557 or email
Chinese, text 424-394-6362 or email

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