MATHS Charter School

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Our mission is to provide an intellectually rigorous, personalized and supportive college-prep education to 6th-12th grade students, with an emphasis on the biotechnology, health science and bioengineering fields. In situations where children cannot cope with the task, they receive qualification help from at as well as from the teaching staff. Our vision is to cultivate academically-driven, principled students that mature into leaders and contributors of their respective communities.  Students with a keen interest in the sciences and attending college will benefit from our challenging and structured program.  We demand strong parental/family participation to achieve our mission.



Program Overview

1. Academics
  • Rigorous, well-rounded college-prep curriculum designed to prepare students for entry into the nation’s best colleges and universities 
  • Small classes with 20:1 student to teacher ratio
  • Highly qualified faculty with 80% possessing advanced degrees including PhDs.
  • Specialized curriculum in biotechnology, health science and bioengineering curriculum in grades 11 & 12 (MATHS Science Program).
  • Foreign language, Technology, Music, Art curriculum integrated into the regular school day.
  • Interdisciplinary & hands-on learning approach.
  • Emphasis on application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation skills.

2.  Mini-course Elective Program

  • 12-course program including Entrepreneurship, Debate, Theatre, Mentoring, Academic Mastery, Band, Sound System, Graphics & Animation, Advanced Art, Newspaper, Yearbook & Martial Arts,
  • All students choose 2 courses per semester.

3.  Advisory

  • Separate male and female advisory groups designed to address gender-specific social, developmental and relational issues.
  • Academic advisor to coach study skills, note-taking & organization

4. Extracurricular Activities

  • Sports (Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Lacrosse)                                 
  • Student Government   
  • Academic competitions – Debate, Math Counts, Science Fairs
  • Field Trips, Dances, Social Events


* MATHS will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, or athletic and other school-administered programs.