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In response to burgeoning demand, Thomas Aquinas College is increasing enrollment for the annual High School Summer Program — from 136 students in 2014 to 153 at this year’s program, which will take place from July 19 to August 1.

“We were pleasantly surprised at how many applications came in for the 2015 program, from across the U.S. and abroad, too,” says Director of Admissions Jon Daly. “Not wanting to turn anyone away, we decided to boost our enrollment.”

Despite the larger overall numbers, classes in the Summer Program will still be capped at 17 students. “We are bringing in another full-time member of the College’s teaching faculty to lead the classes,” says Mr. Daly. “That way our Summer Program students will continue to learn in the same manner as our undergraduate students — in a small classroom setting, sitting around a table, engaged in powerful conversations about the greatest works of Western civilization.”

Although the program is rapidly filling, there are still some spaces available for men and a waitlist for women. “Increasing our enrollment gives people who have been holding out one more chance to apply before it’s too late,” says Mr. Daly. “But they should move quickly.Time is running out!”