The MSSM STEM Summer Camp has gone virtual and provides you with access to over 150 videos covering science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. It's free, because we want you to learn and grow. Classes include daily engineering challenges, hydroponics, the solar system, illuminated art, stop motion animation, Rube Goldberg, introduction to special effects, making scenery for games, puppet making, mean and standard deviation, learning Japanese, card tricks, and much more.
The 2020 Mitchell Scholar from Maine School of Science and Mathematics is Dolcie Tanguay!
Congratulations Dolcie !
The second-prize winner in the 2020 Margaret Chase Smith Essay Contest is Michael Delorge from Biddeford, Maine. Michael recently graduated from MSSM. While in high school, he participated in Student Senate, jazz ensemble, cross country, and volleyball.
Maine School of Science and Mathematics Class of 2020 graduate Jay Philbrick is now the state director and advocacy lead for Telehealth Access for Seniors.
The national group is a student-led nonprofit organization dedicated to providing seniors and veterans with devices that will allow them to receive medical care via video chat apps, while maintaining social distancing standards during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Saturday, May 23rd, the day that should have been our Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony, the MSSM faculty, staff, and Board of Trustees members, drove throughout Maine hand delivering diplomas. Our Maine students stretch from Fort Kent all the way to Kittery and many places in between.
On Friday, May 8th, 2020, a team of MSSM staff drove all around Maine to celebrate each our our wonderful students in the class of 2020. A custom made sign was inserted into their yard. It was a surprise to the students and all were beaming with smiles.
MSSM alumnus Gordon McCulloh ('16) graduated from the United States Air Force Academy on April 18th and is commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Space Force. His first assignment will be graduate school where he will pursue a Master's in Astronautical Engineering from the University of Washington.
Governor Janet Mills and Commissioner of Education Pender Makin today congratulated six Maine students who were recognized as being among our nation's most distinguished graduating seniors. These students were named national semifinalists in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
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Jay Philbrick, a graduating senior at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics, has been named one of 621 semifinalists in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The semifinalists were selected from nearly 5,600 candidates expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2020.
Computer science instructor Dr. Greg Hamlin, using 3d printers and materials from the Maine School of Science and Mathematics, has been producing protective face shields for use by local healthcare providers.
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