A Life Enhancing College-Prep Program For Students In The Southwest
The Upward Bound Math and Science Program is a year-round college-prep academic outreach program. Students participate from their high schools during the academic year. Students who perform well are invited to apply to the summer component of the program to take classes and live on the Northern Arizona University (NAU) campus for four weeks.
The Northern Arizona University
Upward Bound Math and Science project (NAU UBMS) located in Flagstaff, Arizona. The target area
includes six high school sites, located in Apache, Coconino or Navajo counties
on or near the Hopi and Navajo American Indian Reservations, in northeastern
Arizona one of the most impoverished regions in the United States (U.S.). These target schools include:
Coconino H.S (Flagstaff, AZ),
Greyhills Academy (78 miles Northeast of
Flagstaff, AZ ),
Holbrook H.S ( 90 miles east of Flagstaff, AZ),
Many Farms H.S ( 226 miles Northeast of
Monument Valley H.S (150 miles Northeast of
The UBMS Program accepts freshmen or sophomore high school students interested in math and science careers as new students. Students are encouraged to participate in UBMS through-out their high school years. Throughout the Academic year, the NAU UBMS staffs make
monthly visits to the six target schools and provide academic advising,
financial counseling and academic success workshops to assist our students with
tools and knowledge to maneuver their way through the next academic
processes. Our goal is to insure that have
every opportunity to continue their education past high school and are
successful once they are at their post-secondary institution.
Learn more about Upward Bound Math and Science.
Check out projects and pictures from previous Summer Academies on our Archives page.