The Lexington High School Chapter of the
National Honor Society

Lexington Splash

Project Information

Name: Lexington Splash

Project Coordinator: Manu

Signups: Closed

Maximum Number of Participants: No Limit

Start Date: 04/01/17

End Date: 04/16/17


Project Description

What is splash? Simply put, Splash is education for students, by students. Splash is a program run by many colleges across the country (MIT, Yale, Stanford, and more) in which college students teach high school students about a wide range of topics, both academic and non-academic. Our version of the program will be run at the high school level, with high schoolers teaching middle schoolers! The objective is to let high school students design their own crash courses on topics they are passionate about, and simultaneously foster a love of learning in middle school students.

When is it? Lex Splash will be held on Saturday, April 8th.

Who teaches the classes? You! This is an entirely student-led program. All classes will be taught by LHS students who are enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge and talents.

What can you teach? Anything! Splash classes at the college level include everything from algebra and neuroscience to baking and playing the ukulele. You can teach about whatever interests you - speaking spanish, how to throw a frisbee, basics of photography... anything (as long as it is school-appropriate)!

Please also signup here if you are interested:



There are 38 NHS members participating in this project.