T. Michael Bolger, who founded MAS nearly 20 years ago, has left an incredible legacy in the Milwaukee Academy of Science and many other Milwaukee instituions. The school staff and Board of Directors remembers T. Michael Bolger as deeply passionate about children, learning, and the health sciences. Mr. Bolger served on the Board through 2012…. Read more »
Milwaukee Academy of Science celebrated Decision Day with our seniors last week. With the eighth graders and the entire high school student body in attendance students announced their college decisions. This graduating class broke previous school records in ACT test scores, scholarship awards up to $2.7 million, and the number of college acceptances. Again, reminding… Read more »
Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in the annual Partnership Celebration held last week Thursday. Over 25 community partners and sponsors were in attendance to help MAS celebrate this years accomplishments! Volunteer of the year award was won by Susan Chase. Project of the year was won by Marquette University and Discovery World…. Read more »
As the end of the school year approaches, the class of 2018 is getting ready for graduation. Many students have a tough decision to make, as one student has been accepted to ten different colleges. So far, the senior class has earned $2.7 million in scholarships from numerous schools including Marquette University, Mercyherst University, Spelman… Read more »
Our 4th grade teachers are partnering with the Haggerty Museum of Art this school year to learn about water by infusing art into STEM lessons.
Novas compete in the state championship for NBA Math Hoops! “NBA Math Hoops is a competitive board game that follows a 16-week curriculum, and is built to engage 4-8th grade students while developing fundamental math skills through a game of basketball.”
Marquette University Office of Community Engagement… the feeling is mutual. Thanks for being a great neighbor and naming us your Community Partner of the Year! Article: Marquette Celebrates Inaugural Community Engagement Symposium by honoring professors, organizations
Over 40 high school students traveled to Washington D.C. in June for a unique opportunity to see museums, monuments, and government institutions that they had only read about. Thank you to Kohl Philanthropies for a generous grant that made this trip possible!