Exploring the Human Body

  • Biology
Jun 03 2024
Jun 28 2024

Schedules

Session 1 (06/03/2024-06/13/2024)

Regular tuition
$3,500.00
Pacific Alumni / Pacific Employee / Family of current Pacific undergraduate student
$3,000.00
Lodi USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Stockton USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Lincoln USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Le Grand UHSD Sponsored
$3,500.00
Manteca USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
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Description

Session 1 of the 2024 Pacific Summer Institute starts on June 3 and runs until June 13

Check-in is in the evening of June 2nd and check-out is in the evening on June 13th.

 

Additional services and fees

1. Airport pick-up from SFO or SMF $180.00
2. Airport drop-off to SFO or SMF $180.00
3. Airport pick-up and drop-off at SFO or SMF $300.00

Registration period

Registration for this schedule starts on 11/01/2023

Restrictions

Participants must be entering grades 9 to 12.

Session 2 (06/18/2024-06/28/2024) Program is full

Regular tuition Full
$3,500.00
Pacific Alumni / Pacific Employee / Family of current Pacific undergraduate student Full
$3,000.00
Lodi USD Sponsored Full
$3,300.00
Ceres USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Stockton USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Lincoln USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Gustine USD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
Le Grand UHSD Sponsored Full
$3,500.00
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  • Tue 
  • Wed 
  • Thu 
  • Fri 
  • Sat 

Description

Session 2 of the 2024 Pacific Summer Institute starts on June 18 and runs until June 28

Check-in is in the morning of June 18th and check-out is in the evening on June 28th.

Additional services and fees

1. Airport pick-up from SFO or SMF $180.00
2. Airport drop-off to SFO or SMF $180.00
3. Airport pick-up and drop-off at SFO or SMF $300.00

Registration period

Registration for this schedule starts on 11/01/2023

Restrictions

Participants must be entering grades 9 to 12.

Description

Integrate the structure and mechanisms of the body to see how it works and how health problems arise. Conduct dissections, use digital 3D models, physical models and run physiological experiments to answer questions such as what happens when one kicks a ball or when one has a heart attack.