The purpose of the Mathematics and Science Academy is to provide students who enjoy and excel in math and science with challenging and exciting courses as well as provide unique learning opportunities in math, science and technology.
Juniors in MSA Research presented their original research at the Michigan High School Research Symposium at Andrews University. We had a great time and everyone did a great job!
Congratulations to the following seniors for getting their articles from MSA Research published recently:
Katey Hajdu and Katie Torra were published in the Young Scientists Journal for their research on the changing groundwater chemistry of Ingham County. They were assisted by Garry Rowe. Great job ladies!
Abby Foss and Caitlin Wilcoxen were published in the Technology and Innovation Journal, put out by the National Academy of Inventors. The theme for this issue was Invention Education. This is a very prestigious and exciting accomplishment! Their research focused on the academic and behavioral impacts of teaching robotics to a 3rd grade classroom.
Luke Schafer (assisted by Hudson Yu) got his research published on analyzing microplastics pollution in the Red Cedar River. He was published in the Journal of Emerging Investigators.
Alexa Eby (right), assisted by Tia Tiedje (left) got her research published on the viability of using a biosand filter in a school restroom. She was published in the Young Scientists Journal.
Congratulations to the MSA 9/10 Math Team for earning 1st place overall (even though we were in the smaller division) at the GRCC 9/10 Math Competition!
Pictured (Left to Right): Emmett Fountain, Hannah Parsons, Trucy Phan, Megan McElroy, Preston Carpenter, Tommy Drake
The Williamston High School InvenTeams program (2012 and 2016) was highlighted in a recent Lemelson-MIT Invention newsletter as a result of their tremendous successes. Congratulations to everyone on both teams! Click here to read the article.