Principal's Message: A Decade of Commitment

 
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Welcome to the 2015-2016 School year at Maryland Academy of Technology & Heath Sciences (MATHS) .  A Decade of Commitment: "Motivating And Transforming Highly-valued Students" and "Mastering Academics Through High Standards" are our guiding slogans for the year and should resonate loudly as the primary reasons we exist and will continue to grow OUR scholars.   This year will be filled with many activities inside and outside of school and we will invite the community to come share in the successes and programs.  At the school, we aspire to empower all students to succeed in "their" world while accomplishing "their" dreams and wishes.  We will continue to offer a wide variety of challenging, enjoyable and successful curricular opportunities, athletic programs, competitions & musical programs with various clubs and activities.
 
It is my belief that the middle grades and high school years experiences sets the stage for successes later in life and provides a lifetime of positive memories for our students. We encourage your child to become involved and engaged in the offerings of the school as opportunities arise.
 
As the next principal of MATHS, my vision and goal are to maximize on the strengths and successes at the school by enhancing communications via new technology integration, strengthening parental and community support through outreach programs, executing a Winter and Spring Showcase Theater, engaging our students in national and international academic competitions across all curricular areas, and making "application" of classroom lessons a reality; the best way to examine how well we are performing as a school is to compete with the "best".  At MATHS, we are proud of our continual goal of providing an excellent college-preparatory education for our students.
 
Our students are our focus at MATHS!!!  I am extremely honored and pleased to lead the school in its tenth year and to continue with the original mission and vision set forth by its Founders, Dr. Bevin Philip and Rebekah Ghosh, Executive Director of Eudaimonia Foundation (Operator of MATHS) and our Board Chair, Mr. Sean A. Stinett, of providing the high quality education to Baltimore students who are willing to take on the challenge to grow academically, technologically, socially and emotionally.  A decade of existence is proof positive that MATHS is here to stay and provide the best of educational resources available to students.
 
Please enjoy navigating our website and enjoy your child’s school experience and welcome to a Decade of Commitment, Service and Community at The Maryland Academy of Technology & Health Sciences (MATHS).
 
Let's go PANTHERS!!!
 
Educationally yours,
 
Charles L. Spain, Jr.
Principal
 
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Welcome to MATHS Charter School
 
The Maryland Academy of Technology & Health Sciences (MATHS), is a Baltimore City public charter school serving students in grades 6 -12. In 2006, MATHS was the first charter school with a high school program approved in the State of Maryland.

MATHS is proud of the high level of dedication of its teachers, staff and families in supporting each student in their quest to achieve their fullest potential.

This is just one of the many reasons why our school is an excellent place to get a middle and high school education in Baltimore City. We invite you to review our website and contact us directly to learn more about our program.  
 
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

  • MATHS STUDENTS EARN SERVICE LEARNING HOURS AT BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT

     MATHS STUDENTS EARN SERVICE LEARNING HOURS AT BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT  
     

    Several of our MATHS Students participated in the "UNIFY ONE BALTIMORE BACK TO SCHOOL RALLY" on Saturday, August 22, 2015 from 11am to 2pm at Mondawmin Mall Center Court.  

      

    Backpacks and school supplies were provided for Baltimore City schools youth and their families. Also, entertainment, free health screenings and valuable resource information were provided. Youth and young adults had the opportunity to receive the materials and information needed to prepare them for the 2015 - 2016 school year. MATHS Students had the opportunity to earn Service Learning Hours to assist in fulfilling their high school graduation requirement.  City Schools students earn Service Learning Hours by participating in programs and activities that combine productive and meaningful service to the community with classroom based learning. 

     

    We look forward to a very productive school year for all of our MATHS Students.  To learn more about Service Learning Hours, contact Mr. Ferguson (MATHS Director of Student Affairs) at (410) 545-0955 or view www.baltimorecityschools.org/Page/24411.

     

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