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AP Physics Class and Physics Olympic Training Camp

  • Boston, MA

The CyberMath Academy AP Physics and Physics Olympics Camp is a selective summer program for students who want to learn and excel at high school physics in Harvard’s inspiring and inspiring atmosphere. Our summer camp provides students with a challenging environment in which they master physics and have outstanding students from around the world.

Harvard campus experience!


July 6th to July 17th, 2019 (see calendar below)


Course location: Harvard University*

Course location: Harvard University*


excellent teacher!

See page and learn more about our teachers.

What will students study at AP Physics and Physics Olympic Training Camp?

Our Advanced Physics course is designed to provide students with virtually no foundational high school physics knowledge to take the AP Physics A exam and the USAPhO F = m* exam.

Covered topics:

Target audience: high school and high school students. Mathematical knowledge at algebra level 2 (not all) is required.


Guest lectures by researchers at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology

To be determined.

Guest lectures will be held at Harvard University’s 250-year-old court.

Student forum

Our students will have two student forums:

Student Forum: Learn how to get admission to top universities at Harvard University, MIT and other top universities.

Harvard, MIT campus visits and lab visits

Harvard University and MIT campuses and laboratories are visited every year.


We will visit historical sites and witness and understand American history. Follow the Freedom Trail , stroll, try a variety of flavours at the Quincy Market, and get tired of taking a walk on the Duck Tour , so long along the Charles River . Feel smarter at Harvard Square (pronounced SMAHTAH ) and join Harvard University and MIT classes.

Activity schedule

date morning in the afternoon
Friday, July 5th On-campus and international students arrive University consultation
Saturday, July 6 Opening ceremony, guest lecture Physics class
Sunday, July 7 Physics class Physics class
Monday, July 8 Physics class Physics class
Tuesday, July 9 Physics class Physics class
Wednesday, July 10 Physics class Physics class
Thursday, July 11 Harvard Campus Tour, Student Forum MIT Campus Tour
Friday, July 12 Physics class Physics class
Saturday, July 13 Physics class Physics class
Sunday, July 14 Physics class Physics class
Monday, July 15 Physics class Physics class
Tuesday, July 16 Physics class Physics class
Wednesday, July 17 Physics class Physics class
Domestic accommodation students leave
Thursday, July 18 Academic consultation study plan
Friday, July 19 International students set off

Domestic residences and international students arriving at Boston’s Logan International Airport or camp on July 5th from 7am to 7pm will spend the night with us during our summer math camp. See below for tuition and fees.

Daily arrangement

time activity Remarks
7:15 am – 8:15 am breakfast Residential students only*
8:15 am – 8:45 am Day student arrival
9:00 am – 12:15 pm Morning class
12:15 pm – 1:15 pm Lunch and event time Talk to the teacher/counselor
1:15 pm – 4:30 pm Afternoon course
4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Day student leaving school
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free time Residential students only*
6:00 pm – 7:15 pm dinner Residential students only*
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm study-time Residential students only*
9:30 pm – 10:30 pm Free time Residential students only
10:45 pm Turn off the light Residential students only

* Students who wish to participate in supervised night entertainment and academic activities in the residency program may pay an additional fee. The fee is $200 (including dinner and all events)



Day student bus service

If there are enough students in the following cities to enroll in our Summer Math Camp, we will provide a bus service to the camp. Additional charges and limited space.

For day students, we offer buses in the following cities: Acton, Lexington, Weston and Newton

Airport pickup

Domestic residences and international students arriving at Boston’s Logan International Airport or camp on July 14th from 7am to 7pm will spend the night with us during our summer math camp. See below for tuition and fees.

Tuition and deadline

Deposit: If a student is admitted, a non-refundable deposit of A $250 will be required upon registration. The remaining amount will be paid by April 30th.

Tuition type deadline Day student Student living
Super early bird November 1st $1,700 $3,910
Register in advance April 1 $1,885 $4,450
Register on time June 1 $1,985 $4,700
Late registration July 14 $2,085 $4,950

On-campus tuition includes courses and activities, accommodation, meals and camp transportation.


International student fee: Extra $585. 
Airport pick-up/drop-off fee: $120 
Day-care student lunch fee: $240 (Students can choose to bring their own lunch or buy lunch at Harvard University.)

You can save up to $790 by signing up in advance!

Admission and placement

Please select the course you would like to participate in and complete the application below. Please provide as much detailed student background information as possible

*Background information (required for returning students): Please provide background information of the students. Please include your student’s academic performance, competition experience, all honors or AP courses, and year-round or summer advanced courses/training camps for students.

*Recommendation letter from the teacher/consultant/counselor (required for returning students): Please ask your teacher/consultant to send his/her recommendation letter to [email protected]

If the student is accepted, we will send you the admission decision and payment details. For diagnostic tests, please refer to the above activity schedule. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email us at [email protected]

* This event is not owned, controlled, supervised or sponsored by Harvard University or any of its schools or programs.