Congratulations to MSSM graduate Gordon McCulloh, Class of 2016, who has been selected as a Schwarzman Scholar and will undertake a one-years master's program at Tsinghua University in Beijing upon graduation from the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) in 2020.
MSSM senior, Jay Philbrick, was recently selected to join a project from the Maine-based investigative journal the Pine Tree Watch, covering the political attitudes of youth in Maine. Called the Class of 2020 Podcast, the series will move from topic to topic, bringing in various students of different political backgrounds for educational discussions.
MSSM's Astronomy class, along with instructor Larry Berz, took a field trip to Francis Malcolm Science Center in Easton on Wednesday, November 20th to have a video chat with Caroline Odden, astronomy teacher at Phillips Academy - Andover in Massachusetts.
Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM), the state's first tuition-free, public, residential high school, announces Martin Brozman, a junior from Bangor, will serve as the 78th YMCA Youth Governor of the Great State of Maine. He was elected to the office by his peers at the 2019 Maine YMCA Youth and Government program on Sunday, November 11th. Martin is the first MSSM student ever to hold the position. With his election, Martin will attend the YMCA Youth Governor's Conference in Washington, D.C., representing the Maine YMCA, and he will serve as Governor of the 2020 Youth and Government program in Augusta.
On Friday, November 15, MSSM's Spanish 4 class took a trip to the University of Maine Orono to sit in on some Spanish classes, meet the Spanish professors and students, and become familiar with the campus and other programs.
Another Vex Robotics team qualifies for State Championship in March 2020
On Sunday and Monday, November 10 & 11, prospective students and their families came to Limestone to see what makes MSSM the second best high school in the nation.
MSSM VEX Robotics Team 4393 Z won the first tournament at John Bapst Memorial High School on Saturday, November 9th.
Governor Martin Brozman will serve as the 78th YMCA Youth Governor of the Great State of Maine following his election to the office by his peers at the 2019 Maine YMCA Youth and Government program this past Sunday morning. Martin is the first MSSM student ever to hold the position. With his election, Martin will attend the YMCA Youth Governor's Conference in Washington, D.C., representing the Maine YMCA, and he will serve as Governor of the 2020 Youth and Government program in Augusta. Get to work on that legislative program, Martin. Congratulations, Governor Brozman!
On Friday,November 8, the 2019 Maine YMCA Youth and Government program kicked off at the State Capitol in Augusta. The program, designed to provide Maine students an opportunity to practice democracy by modeling the Maine legislative process, takes part in the Maine State House and the neighboring Cross Office Building. Maine Governor Janet Mills welcomed students, including MSSM's twenty-two member delegation, from across the state, as she highlighted the importance of civic engagement, public service, and representative democracy.
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