Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

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The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth is a national academic program for advanced K-12 students across the United States and also internationally. The program identifies top-achieving students through standardized testing, and invites those students to take classes online year-round, during the summer program, or both.

The summer program consists of two sessions, each three weeks long, hosted at numerous locations across the United States as well as Hong Kong. There is an Intensive Studies program for grades 7-12 and a Young Students program for grades 2-6, as well as several other programs.

In 2014, the Intensive Sessions residential student fee is $4065 per 3-week session, and the commuter student fee is $3500 per 3-week session.