In honor of Women's History Month 2023, Ms. Arteaga's AP Spanish students researched Hispanic American women who were trailblazers in their fields. Students wrote biographies in both Spanish and English. Click here to see webpage with bios.
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Applications for 2023-2024 School Year Lottery Have Closed
Applications for the 2023-2024 school year lottery ended on Feb. 3, 2023.
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Science Research Program
AMSA’s flagship science research program offers students the opportunity to conduct graduate school-level research in the 10th-12th grades.
Students in Mr. Proulx's Modern World History course displayed their research for World War I in the course's annual "Connect War" project. Students were given three weeks to research and create projects ranging from models and dioramas to battlefield medical guides and propaganda posters. Each scholar put forth a great effort and made the project-based assessment memorable. See photo gallery
Two AMSA teams won championship rounds in the high school Northeast Regional Science Bowl at University of Connecticut on March 5. In each matchup, the teams go head-to-head answering fast-paced questions on biology, chemistry, earth science, energy, math and physics. Team members as seen in photo: Vatsal Patel, Darshan Giriraj, Ian Gifford, Jackson Molloy, Abhinav Divi, Akhil Divi, Vaishak Pulkayath, Gabe Hurez-Soler. Contact Dr. Mortimer if you'd like more information. photo
On February 25th, AMSA Science Bowl club members competed in the Northeastern Regional Middle School Science Bowl Competition at MIT. Srivibhu Piratla, Andrei Jadormio, Anikait Mazumder, Richard Yan and Darshil Selvaraj (left to right) went head-to-head with other teams answering fast-paced questions on biology, chemistry, earth science, energy, math and physics. All team members gained points and they held their own against the top schools in the Northeast. Contact Dr. Mortimer if you'd like more information.
Congratulations to AMSA seniors Vedant Roymoulik and Hannah Veracka for being named Finalists in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program! They were named Semifinalists in September and will now be under consideration for scholarships announced in the spring. About half of the 15,000 Finalists will be selected for scholarships. Best of luck to both! (Photo: Mr. Nawrocki, Principal, with Hannah and Vedant)
AMSA's Michael Zuo placed 7th in the All State Championships in Boston on Feb. 25. AMSA Proud!
The State Division 2 Meet was Feb. 19 at MIT and Eagles men swimmers were there! We were represented by Captain, Jesse Matijevic, senior, Willem deHaan, juniors, Noah Laird, & Casey Matijevic, and sophomore, Jagger Sandford, with alternates Landon Levins (junior) and James Martinez (sophomore), as well as Team Managers for the meet, Jonathan Bruno (8th grade) and Vedant Roymoulik (senior).
Last night the Indoor Track & Field competed at the Division 5 State Championships at Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. Senior Michael Zuo placed 3rd in the shot put. Sophomore Zach Barton placed 5th in the hurdles, Freshman Aysha Siva placed 7th in the shot put, and the 4 by 800 meter relay team of Katie Massey, Ava McLeod, Ava Georger, and Rosie Martinez placed 11th.
We are pleased to announce the 2022-2023 Term 2 Honor Roll for all grades. You can also find it on the AMSA website under Academics.