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High School Week

June 14 - 18, 2022

Curious about Sattler and want to experience it for yourself? We invite you to join us for our first annual High School Week. 

Students will be able to take classes from Sattler professors, explore Boston, get a taste of dorm life, and make new friends.

Registration is extended to June 10th, 2022.

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Event Details

WHO: Current High School Students

WHEN: Tuesday, June 14 - Saturday, June 18

WHERE: Sattler College Campus (Boston, MA)

COST: $175/attendee ($300 max for any single family)*

*This covers the cost of hosting high schoolers on campus. High schoolers will receive books related to the classes they attend, Sattler swag items, and will be able to participate in activities throughout their stay.

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Discount Opportunities

$25 OFF - for Siblings of current student or of a fellow High School Week student

$300 MAX - maximum price paid by any single family

Scholarships are available for financial need! Contact admissions@sattlercollege for more information

What to Expect

Come to Boston for a wealth of new experiences! Attending High School Week will give you a taste of what it's like to attend Sattler College where our students are pursuing a lifetime of impact for Jesus and His church. You'll get to experience dorm life, sit in on live classroom instruction from Sattler professors, explore downtown Boston, and make new friends along the way.

Experience Student Life at Sattler College

What is it like to be a student at Sattler College? Come and see for yourself. Stay in the dorms, meet other students who are passionate about changing the world for Christ, and get a glimpse of how your college years could look.

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Attend College-Level Classes   

Grab a textbook and get ready to learn! Take intensive courses taught by Sattler professors who will get you thinking and talking about things that matter to you. Sattler's classes and  professors can give you a taste of various fields and help you decide what major to pursue.

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Enjoy Boston-Area Activities   

Walk the Freedom Trail, explore Boston's historic neighborhoods, and collaborate with existing ministries to serve the Greater Boston community. We know you'll love Boston just as much as we do!

High School Week FAQs

How much space is available?

At this time, we have space for 60 students—approximately 30 participants of each gender.

Who Will Provide Supervision?

Participants will be supervised at all times by members of the Sattler staff, who will be assisted by current Sattler students.

What Should I Bring?

Participants will be provided with a packing list before arrival.  We will provide all necessary linens, bedding, meals, and class materials.

What's the Best Way to Get to Boston?

Parking in Boston is severely limited.  As such, we do not recommend that program participants drive themselves into Boston.

Sattler will facilitate transportation for students arriving into either Boston's Logan Airport or South Station.  Alternatively, students may be dropped off at campus by their parents/ guardians.

As a last resort, students who drive may park at a local garage for a fee of $40 a day.

When Should I Arrive to Boston?

Boston Logan Airport: Flights should be scheduled to arrive no earlier than 12:00pm EST and no later than 4:30pm EST.

South Station: Trains or buses should be scheduled to arrive no earlier than 12:00pm EST and no later than 5:00pm EST.

Driving: Please arrive between 3:00pm and 5:00pm.

Students who need to arrive outside of these windows should contact Sattler staff as soon as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made to get them safely to campus.

Consult our Location & Directions page for more information.

Should I Plan to Attend Every Day?

Yes! Participants are asked to commit to being present for the full program. 

Which Classes Should I Attend if I'm Unsure About My Major?

That is entirely up to you.  You can choose the major that feels the most intriguing to you or a topic that you would like to know more about.  This is a week to explore your interests so don't worry too much about the class that you choose; no matter what you will learn something and, hopefully, have fun in the process.

Are Meals or Lodging Covered?

Yes, your registration fee covers lodging and meals for the duration of the program.

Students will need to plan ahead to cover all meals during their travel on Tuesday (we will provide dinner) and Saturday (we will provide brunch and snacks).

High School Week Registration

Please submit a separate registration for each student who will be attending.