SAT Summer Program Blog #4- Happy Birthday America!

The time is now. I repeat, the time is now- for SAT Summer Program Blog #4 Happy Birthday America edition! On the Friday after July 4th, it’s only right that we recap our amazing week of activities. It began on the train to Spyce Robotic Kitchen, an automated eatery created by 4 MIT graduates. The restaurant was presented by CEO and Co-founder Michael Farid! Whether it was chicken and rice, an Indian bowl, or a Lebanese bowl, students got their choice prepared by the machine cooks. Check out to see the video and pictures!

Camp isn’t just eating though, we get the job done in the classroom. We’ve been fortunate enough to educate our students at the Sloan School of Business at MIT. We have access to study rooms, lecture halls, and the cafeteria.


Our students look at home at one of the top Universities in the country.

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Finally, we headed the the Esplanade along the Charles River for Fourth of July Fireworks. Camped on the grass, armed with volleyballs, soccer balls, and plenty of snacks, we chilled awaiting the fireworks. It was a steaming hot day, but the pictures say it all- we had a blast!

With only two weeks of camp left, make sure to tune in next week for Blog #5.

Checkout Blogs #3, #2, #1 from the Summer SAT Program

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