We are thrilled to announce that AMSA has finalized the purchase of the 199 and 201 Forest Street buildings. This means that the entire campus, all three buildings and the surrounding property, is now owned by the school.
Vaccine info, mask requirements, healther guidelines, and more.
Supporting AMSA students and their families with community resources, college/career planning advice, course guidance, and more.
AMSA’s curriculum challenges students to achieve their excellence. We give our teachers the freedom to innovate and adopt diverse teaching methods. They create learning environments where it’s safe for students to make mistakes.
Whether you are looking to be a corporate partner, volunteer your time, connect with fellow alumni, or show your support with a gift, we offer many ways to be part of the wide AMSA community and help us fulfill our mission.
Athletic Department staff and coaches work to create opportunities for student-athletes to learn skills and lessons that transcend what the every-day AMSA student learns in the classroom -- leadership, teamwork, respect, sacrifice, dedication, enthusiasm, attitude, and mental and physical toughness chief among them.
AMSA’s flagship science research program offers students the opportunity to conduct graduate school-level research in the 10th-12th grades.
The Winter Athletic Season begins 11/29 for Basketball, Hockey, Indoor Track, and Swimming. Registration is available through 11/5.
The entire AMSA community is invited to attend AMSA Night at the Worcester Railers on January 15, 2022 at 7:05 p.m.
The Girls Cross Country team competed at the Quabbin Invitational in Barre today. In the varsity race, 8th grader Kathleen Galvin placed 16th, her sister 9th grader Grace Galvin placed 32nd, and 10th grader Sofia Martinez placed 33rd. In the middle school race, 6th grader Tarian Lynch placed 4th, and 7th grader Ava Georger placed 5th.