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Mass Academy is a public, co-educational school of excellence program which enrolls about 100 academically accelerated 11th and 12th graders. We emphasize math and science within a comprehensive, interactive academic program. The rigor of the junior year classes exceeds high school honors and AP, emphasizing depth over breadth, engaging students in project based learning and more than 1200 hours of instruction. Seniors complete a full year of college, enrolling in classes at WPI, a nationally ranked engineering school, thus making the Academy the only public school in Massachusetts whose students attend a private university full-time as seniors in high school. The Academy is a collaborative effort among the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and the high schools of Massachusetts. For more information please read our School Profile, just click on the link in the navigation menu to the left.
Admission to Mass Academy
If you are a sophomore in high school and are interested in applying to the Mass Academy, click on the green Admissions link in the navigation menu to the left to download an Application. Also, if you are interested in spending a day at the Academy, please call the school and schedule a Shadow Day.
EMERGING ENGINEERS - Summer Program for Students entering Grades 3 - 5.
July 21 - 25, 2014 9:00 am - 3:00 pm $350.00 Space is limited to 20 students.
The Mass Academy is now offering a STEM-focused day program for students entering grades 3-5. Each day will highlight a different type of enginerring with field trips to Worcester's best institutes and lots of hands-on activities. Students will meet experts in many engineering fields and learn what a day in the life of an Engineer is really like. For more information click on the green tab to the left Camps and Worksops.
Mass Academy School Store
Click on the green link to the left to visit our new online School Store for Mass Academy apparel and accessories.
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Mass Academy Graduation 2014
On Saturday, May 10, 2014, the MA Academy will hold it's Graduation in Alden Hall on the WPI campus.
Mass Academy Stem Curriculum Highlighted in MSSEF video
Throughout the two Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM I and II) courses at Mass Academy, students learn how to think like real scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. Students delve into research and work in small teams to engineer a new product or process, from project design to building prototypes and securing patents. Students participate in science and engineering fairs on the regional, state and international level.
Mass Academy SAT College Board Scores Rank First in the State
The Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science, a public, state-wide school of excellence located in Worcester, MA, which enrolls about 100 academically accelerated 11th and 12th graders, led all public schools in Massachusetts in average SAT scores for the graduating class of 2014.
According to results recently released by the College Board, Mass Academy students had an average score of 665 in Critical Reading, 711 in Math and 666 in Writing. These scores were well above the state-wide public school averages, which were 506 in Critical Reading, 521 in Math and 500 in Writing. See full press release.
Mass Academy Seniors Named as Semifinalists in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program
Anish Dhesikan of Shrewsbury, John Long of Shrewsbury and Dylan Martin of Franklin, all Seniors at the Mass Academy of Math and Science at WPI in Worcester, have been named Semifinalists in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. Click here for the full press release.
Sixteen Mass Academy of Math and Science Seniors recognized as Commended Students in the 2014 National Merit Scholarshop Program
Sixteen students from the Mass Academy of Math and Science at WPI were recognized at "National Merit Commended Students' in the 2014 Scholarship Program. A letter of commendation from the Mass Academy of Math and Science at WPI and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented to these scholastically talented seniors. Click here for Press Release.
Mass Academy Students Named as National Merit Scholarship Winners
Two Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science High School seniors are among the $2,500 scholarship award winners chosen from 15,000 finalists nationwide, the National Merit Scholarship Corp. announced today. Recipients include Dhroova Aiylam of Shrewsbury and Aaron Hammond of Dunstable.
They are in the group of 2013 National Merit Scholarship winners whose awards are sponsored by the corporation. On April 24, about 1,000 recipients of corporate-sponsored Merit Scholarship awards were named, and on May 29 and July 15, some 4,500 college-sponsored Merit Scholarship winners will be announced. Click here for the Press Release.
Two Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science High School seniors are among the scholarship award winners chosen from 15,000 finalists nationwide to receive college sponsored merit scholarships, the National Merit Scholarship Corp. announced in June. Recipients include Barry Biletch of Ashland, who will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Cameron Root of Worcester who will attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. For the full press release visit.
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