Excellence in Education
The Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science is a tuition-free, co-educational, public school of excellence that enrolls approximately 100 academically accelerated 11th and 12th grade students from Massachusetts. Math and science are emphasized within a comprehensive, interactive academic program. Rigorous junior year classes and senior classes taken at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) prepare students for college academics before they’ve graduated from high school. Learn more about Mass Academy.
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- American Computer Science League 2022-2023 May 30, 2023The American Computer Science League (ACSL) is a non-profit organization devoted to Computer Science education. ACSL organizes team computer programming and computer science contests for K-12 schools, organizations and local groups, led by an adult advisor. This school year was their 45th year of continuous operation! Last year, over 700 teams in the United States,…
- Math Team Announcements May 19, 2023It has been a busy year for the Math Team! Below are some highlights from each of the competitions. The Math Team captains are seniors Rhik Mazumder, Anush Shah, and Gracie Sheng. They have organized practices for the team of 30 – 40 students almost every Wednesday during A, B, and C terms. The practices…
- Alex Chen Earns Honorable Mention on the 2023 USA Physics Olympiad Exam May 11, 2023Every year the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) holds two rounds of physics competitions with the goals of challenging high school students across the country and of selecting twenty students for the United States Physics Team. These twenty students participate in a ten day physics training camp, after which five are selected for the…
Innovative Computer Science projects push boundaries.
MAMS senior succeeds at science competition.
Student government organizes Pizza Fridays – a MAMS tradition.