In addition to being accepted at some of the most prestigious universities in the world including WPI, MIT, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Brown, Dartmouth, and Yale, Mass Academy students are regularly at the forefront of regional, state, national, and international competitions and exhibitions. Students have also been honored in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Contest, the Massachusetts All-State Band, and the American Invitational Mathematics Examination, among others.
Check out the links below to learn about some of their recent accomplishments.
Who Wants to be a Mathematician?
Recent graduate Patrick Lei was a competitor in the Joint Mathematics Meetings “Who Wants to be a Mathematician?” contest, hosted by the American Mathematical Society. Read more about Lei’s passion for math and how he’s also using it to help support the Worcester community.
Congressional App Challenge
Recent Mass Academy graduates Arun Jeevanantham and Da-Jin Chu entered the Congressional App Challenge with Sandbox, a gesture-based calculator app, and were among the winners chosen from over 2,000 entrants.
Read more about their work, and how their education at Mass Academy helped prepare them for the challenge.
Mass Academy students had the opportunity to showcase their award-winning work to Massachusetts legislators, who visited campus as part of the Commonwealth Conversations Tour.
Learn more about the student projects, and the impressions they made on legislators.