Application deadline: May 23

PacificQuest 2016 is scheduled for July 17-22!

PacificQuest (PQ) is an exciting opportunity for gifted students! Campers will explore college-level courses and receive one hour of college credit for their work. PQ is a one-week residential summer experience where motivated students will live on-campus, learn from current PUC professors, and spend time with fellow high-achieving junior high students!

PQ 2016 seeks students who will complete grade 6, 7, or 8 by the start of the program (July 17-22).  Program fee is $500 and is all-inclusive except for the student’s travel to and from the PUC campus from home. 

Students must have scored at the 90th percentile or higher overall on standardized tests to be considered for admission.  Scores on science and math subsections must also be at the 90th percentile or higher.  All applicants must have at least two qualified (non-parent) teacher, principal, or other adult recommend him or her for this program.

Program Materials

The PQ 2016 deadline is in mid-May.


PacificQuest Description
PacificQuest is an exciting opportunity for gifted students to explore college-level courses.

PacificQuest Instructions
Instructions to parents and applicants.

Application Form
Form used to apply for PacificQuest.

Recommendation Form
For used by those recommending you.

Angwin Campus Driving Directions
Find out how to get to PUC without getting lost in the beautiful Napa Valley.

Angwin Campus Map
Use the campus map to find buildings on campus, names, and locations.

Summer 2016 Classes

Students will spend time in class each morning and afternoon. College professors will teacher the following subjects. Course descriptions will be available in early February.

Class 1: Chemistry
Class 2: Mathematics
Class 3: Computer Science

Recreation and Programs
While PacificQuest is a great time for academically gifted and motivated students to learn on the college level, it’s not just sitting in a classroom! The day starts with worship and a delicious breakfast. Recreation time in the morning is a great way to exercise the body as well as the mind. Evening programs—including the always-popular quiz bowl, talent show, and pool party—make each day memorable. PacificQuest is a great opportunity for talented students to have fun and form friendships with other like-minded kids!


Pacific Union College
One Angwin Avenue
Angwin, CA 94508

Aimee Wyrick, Academic Director
Phone: (707) 965-6636
Fax: (707) 965-7689