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    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. 


  • Congratrulations to Allyson Suandi and Alexa Eby for being recognized by the Society of Women Engineers for their excellence in Math and Science!  A well-deserved award for each of you.      

     

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  • Luke Schafer and Hudson Yu recently presented their research results to the Groundwater Management Board of the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission.  They did a great job and received many compliments on their work.  A great example of math and science in action in the MSA!

     

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  • The MSA Mentorship program held its annual Solstice Party before break.  We had an MSA Alumnus come and speak (Robert Proctor), held our Secret Snowflake exchange, and the sophomores gave advice on the racebots the freshmen are constructing.  

     

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  • The Williamston High School Mathematics and Science Academy was just awarded a $25,000 grant from America's Grow Rural Education sponsored by the Monsanto Fund.  We will use this money to update robotics equipment, purchase needed materials for science and research classes, purchase new state-of-the-art microscopes, and fund field trips vital to the curriculum and experience of the program.  We would also like to potentially offer some new experiences for our MSA students with some of the grant money, such as new competitions.

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    Pictured here are members of the MSA sophomore and junior cohorts.

     

     


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    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.