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So This Happened at MSSM!


Hello MSSM Community!

This weekend at MSSM, the student senate held a Halloween Dance. Before the dance, the students paraded through the Lower Lounge for a costume contest. Highlights of the costume parade included Struck by Lightning (lightning and the person struck by lightning), Cosmo and Wanda from the The Fairly Oddparents, and the Kool Aid Man.

Another notable event was the launch of two rockets by the MSSM Rocketry Club. Two members were trying for their National Association of Rocketry (NAR) Level 1 Certifications. The chosen names were the Berbinator and the Space Penguin Supreme. Both rockets launched successfully, to the excitement of both the rocketry club and spectators.

This Wednesday, 62 students (over one-third of the school), will be participating in the first away math meet in Caribou. Since Caribou high school has limited space, only the top four teams will go to Caribou while the other three teams will stay at MSSM to compete. In previous years the MSSM math team has done extremely well. Last year, MSSM Ivory took first place in the Maine State math meet. Hopefully this year MSSM will do just as well!

That's all for this edition of "So This Happened at MSSM"

Jialan Deal '20

Read more about So this happened at MSSM - October 25 - November 1 2017

Hello MSSM Community!

After a long and successful year at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics, it is finally time to rest. We wish the best of luck to all of the graduated seniors and will miss seeing their faces! The MSSM class of 2017 graduates will be attending a wide variety of universities this Fall. A few of these universities (out of many!) are the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Maine, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Colby College. Over the Summer, many rising seniors will be entering college mode; Common Application essays will be written, SATs will be taken, colleges will be visited... our seniors are prepared! We are so excited to start a new year of learning and meet all of the first year students. Have a great, restful Summer and we will see you this Fall! That's a wrap for this week's edition of "So This Happened at MSSM"

Sarah Kuptchik, '18

Editor's Note: We have appreciated Sarah's unique and engaging blog throughout the past year as well as her presence every week as the Admission Office Work Assignment representative. Mrs. Scott and I wish you a very restful summer and thank you for all of your work.

Read more about So this happened at MSSM - final blog of the year

It's graduation weekend at MSSM and the atmosphere is both joyful and somber. Many students are relieved to be done with school for the year and several have already moved out. However, for the seniors, the mood is a little different. The seniors must contend with leaving the place that has raised them into the excellent young people they are, and many of their friends will be left behind at MSSM for another year. It's understandably bittersweet for those seniors as they move on to their next adventures. It is often easy for students to see the graduating class and think about all the irreplaceable community members in that class. It is worth remembering, however, that every senior was once an underclassman. Younger students will fill the shoes of their older peers and then some. As we approach graduation and the official end of the year, it's worth reflecting on the qualities of those you will miss and think about how to carry those qualities yourself.

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