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MSSM Students at the corn maze

On Saturday, October 2  MSSM brought 33 students over to Goughan's Farm in Caribou to do the corn maze and play mini golf. We also enjoyed seeing some of the animals at their small farm. Part of the cost of the maze is an ice cream, their seasonal Pumpkin flavors were popular among the students. The students also enjoyed getting a snack at their new food truck The 19th Hole Canteen. 

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MSSM Student speaking French for class

In this video Avery is preparing and practicing for her French immersion STEM exam on cellular biology which will take place in the science lab in a few days. This is an edible quiz for which students are learning to identify the parts of a cell and explain their functions in French.

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MSSM Student kicking a ball during the soccer field

On Wednesday September 1st, our girls soccer team had their first game of the season against Katahdin. Although the game was a loss (4-0) our soccer team was still quite impressive on the field, with 5 shots on goal.

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MSSM Alumni Sam Kupiec ('15) and new ED Sam Critchlow ('01)

Recently, Sam Kupiec (‘15) and Sam Critchlow (’01) reminisce as only alumni can.

Sam K. was in the area visiting friends and family and had the time and interest to stop by and meet with faculty and staff that he knew from days gone by.

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Students in the dorm main lounge.

MSSM’s Move-In Days began on August 19th with new students arriving and concluded on August 21st with returning students back in the fold. It was good to see a full gathering of students in the halls and dorm.

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Summer Camper using VR in class

The MSSM STEM Summer Camp completed its 24th year with an in-person camp. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, it was only able to have 60 overnight campers per week which is down from the usual 110 overnight and 20 day campers per week from normal years.

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Jeff Candura

The MSSM Foundation helps to ensure the long-term success of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics by enhancing course offerings, professional development, special projects, and providing financial aid to families. We see a bright future for meeting our goals as we are pleased to announce that Jeff Candura has been hired as our new Director of the Foundation.

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Graduation 2021-06-02 at 9.09.11 AM

On Saturday, May 29 th , twenty-two students from the Maine School of Mathematics received their diplomas and became the first graduates to celebrate their achievements at the school before the COVID pandemic began. The ceremony marked the first time a graduating class celebrated commencement on the MSSM campus since 2019.

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Vealy Lai, a junior from Winthrop, was named one of two Maine National Cyber Scholars after winning a competition designed to

Vealy Lai, a junior from Winthrop, was named one of two Maine National Cyber Scholars after winning a competition designed to test cyber threat prevention. There were 30,000 students competing nationally for the program run by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation. The first round narrowed the field to 5,000 students and then only 600 were named as National Cyber Scholars. Vealy wins not only a $2,500 scholarship, but also an invitation to attend the Cyber Foundations Academy multi-week training course. The other winner from Maine is a student at Freeport High School.

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On Tuesday, May 18th, Mark Tasker, Chair of the MSSM Social Studies/World Languages Department, and two students called into Maine Public radio to discuss their submission to the U.S. Mint for a one-dollar coin highlighting Maine. The program was started in 2019 and features a “state-specific innovation and/or innovator in the field of science.”

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Le club français gathered one last time for this academic year to enjoy one another’s company and some well-deserved snacks.

Le club français gathered one last time for this academic year to enjoy one another’s company and some well-deserved snacks. We elected next year’s officers, and are already looking forward a fun year in 2021-2022. Much gratitude to the club officers this year who organized a variety of successful club events despite a pandemic year. La vie est bonne!

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MSSM at a Glance

6
Teachers with PhD's
17
Teachers with advanced degrees
8
AP courses offered
12
Average class size
26
Years in existence
20
Number of clubs
12
Acres of campus
5
Sports teams
129
Enrolled students 2020 - 2021
36
University of Maine Presque Isle equivalency credit courses