Stephon Ricks, a senior at Milwaukee Academy of Science has been accepted into Duke University with a full admission scholarship through QuestBridge. These are two outstanding accomplishments. The first accomplishment is that Stephon Ricks was accepted at the prestigious Duke University where he was part of the 8% of the total applicants that are admitted…. Read more »
MAS celebrated our Grand Opening of the STEAM Innovation Lab on Monday, October 28th. The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee has chosen us to be their largest new site. Our newly renovated STEAM Innovation Lab and College and Career Center includes a full science lab, technology work-spaces, maker-space equipment, and a two-story work… Read more »
Milwaukee Academy of Science is delighted to be awarded one of the eight grants on behalf of the Burke Foundation. We look forward to investing the grant to increases general operations including instructional technology, instructional support staff, and administrative support. The Burke Foundation was founded by late Richard Burke, former chairperson of Trek Bicycle…. Read more »
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 »
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 »
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!