“High School Students Worldwide Invited to BYU Computer Course,” Ensign, Nov. 1987, 111
The Advanced High School Studies Program offered by Brigham Young University’s Department of Computer Science is now accepting applications from high school juniors worldwide who want to participate in an intensive two-week computer course.
The two hundred students accepted into the program will receive full-tuition scholarships for the course, which will be held August 1–12, 1988, at BYU.
Applicants must be high school juniors in the top 10 percent of their class who have completed second-year algebra before the program begins. In addition, they must take the PSAT or ACT aptitude tests before March 1988. No previous computer experience is necessary.
Applications will be accepted until 1 June 1988. The two-week program entitles students to two semester hours of university credit at BYU.