Welcome to the Science Research in the High School Website
The University at Albany has sponsored the Science Research in the High School program since 1994. The schools in our program model their science research classes after the course developed by the late Robert Pavlica, Ph.D. at Byram Hills High School in Armonk, New York. There are presently more than 110 schools in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut that use this program to involve students as legitimate members of the research community. Students in our classes draw their mentors from a wide array of professional research institutions both domestic and worldwide. In addition, many of the students in our classes take the Science Research course for college credit in their Junior and Senior years, through the University at Albany's "University in the High School" program (UHS).
We hope you enjoy our website. You will find answers to most of your questions about science research in the high school here. And if you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us.