Princeton Splash
Welcome to Princeton Splash, a student-run organization at Princeton University

Princeton Splash is a program that brings together high school and university students for a day of learning and exploration. Our next Splash will be on April 29, 2017.

Program Vitals

What: Short classes taught by Princeton students on a variety of topics

When: Saturday April 29th, 10:00am-5:00pm

Who: Students in grades 9-12

Cost: $10 for the full day of classes (financial aid is available). Lunch and T-shirts will be available for purchase.

Where: Princeton's campus. Check in at Carl A. Fields Center, 58 Prospect St.


Check out last year's course catalog here and click the Teach button up top to get to the teacher page.


Class registration begins on March 30. For now, you can create a student account here and check out courses from past years here and here. Some example courses from previous years include:

  • Molecular Gastronomy: The Science of Food!
  • Codes and Cryptography
  • Improv Comedy 101
  • Crash Course in Neuroscience--Why Study the Brain?
  • The Ethics of Biological Immortality
  • SET Theory

Note to Parents:

Splash is an enrichment program for high schoolers. In order to provide an optimal learning environment for the students, we ask that parents do not attend classes with their children. However, a list of on-campus activities will be available to visiting parents on the day of the event.

Contact Us!

If you have any questions, please email us at