SPARK! Middle School Workshops

Delivered by GSSM’s Center for Science Education & Outreach, SPARK! is designed to inspire an early interest in and awareness of STEAM studies. In a series of after school workshops, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders follow their interests to learn the science or math concepts behind daily questions or curiosities. Have the opportunity to connect with GSSM residential students who will serve as instructors and role models.

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In a series of after school workshops, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders follow their interests to learn the science or math concepts behind daily questions or curiosities.

WHEN: September 13 - November 8, 2022
TIME: 4:15 PM – 5:30 PM
WHERE: Virtual
COST: A student’s time and willingness to learn new things!

Space is limited to 20 students per virtual session!

Additional Information

Required Equipment & Materials

Virtual Classes
  • Personal email address (parent or student; must be able to receive outside emails) to receive all notifications and instructions from instructors. We recommend NOT using a school issued email when signing up for SPARK.
  • Computer with internet connection that can handle video conferencing using Zoom.
  • Headset recommended for audio quality, but not required.

Registration Tips

Step 1

Complete the online Student Program Registration form. Once registration is electronically submitted, a confirmation email will be sent to the email address you have provided. The completed registration will be reviewed for enrollment. 

Step 2

Add @governors.school to your safe senders list. Acceptance notifications with final course schedules will be sent via email with the next steps. If you do not receive notification of acceptance and/or a course schedule one week prior to the start of class, contact our Outreach Center at 843-383-3958. 

GSSM cannot be held responsible to block inappropriate internet material from your family’s computer or internet connection. GSSM firewalls do not protect your home networks. Instructors may provide websites for students to explore for continued learning, and they cannot be held responsible for popup ads or other links that the student may follow.