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Mission

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.  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.