Michigan Math and Science Academy held their first community luncheon for the 2013- 2014 school year on Thursday, November 5. Guests were invited to discuss the importance of STEM education in High School. Our STEM students presented several experiments based on Newton’s Laws. The students did an excellent job explaining how their STEM education introduces them to concepts through hands-on experiences. The Ivy League Mentorship Program also presented the details of how to become a part of this program and why it matters. When the students were asked which Ivy League school they wanted to go to, the unanimous answer was any of them.
We appreciate all of our guests who came out to learn more about what we do and provide feedback from the community. Our next community event will be a breakfast on Thursday, December 5.