Congratulations on your acceptance into the Connecticut Boys State and Girls State programs!
Post University is excited to offer all Boys State and Girls State delegates the opportunity to participate in our High School Academy program. Post University High School Academy allows high school students to enroll in online undergraduate courses and earn college credit.
In partnership with the Connecticut Boys and Girls State Foundation, we will be offering PSC102: State and Local Government for a total of three undergraduate credits. This online course will begin June 27th and end on August 21st; Boys State Senior Counselor and Executive Director of the Connecticut Boys and Girls State Foundation, James Heffner, will be the instructor.
The course description is provided below.
PSC102 State and Local Government - 3 credits
This course is an introduction to non-national governmental structure in the United States. It addresses not only state and municipal institutions, but also analyzes the relationships that exist within federalism. Emphasis is given to political processes, regional differences, and the role of the public.
The tuition fee for this course is $500 and includes all learning materials, including textbooks. This low price reflects an almost 75% discount off of our regular tuition fees and is only available to accepted delegates of the Boys State and Girls State programs.
Registration is now open and availability is limited so be sure to complete your registration materials soon.
More information about High School Academy can be found at: as well as our additional Summer Academy programs.
If you have any questions please contact Christina Agvent, Director of High School Academy at or (203) 596-8544.
Registration materials are available today and can be returned with payment to:
Post University ATTN: James Heffner
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, CT 06723
We at Post University are excited to be working with you and the Boys State and Girls State programs and wish you success in your programs this summer!
Director, Post University High School Academy