Many of our students are interested in the intersection between technology and medicine. In fact several of our seniors this year have investigated how our smart devices can help patient efficacy. On February 13th, we will welcome our next guest lecturer who will share how professionals are investigating these same topics. We hope you can join us, too!
Gold stars for all of last night’s senior presenters at the senior project gallery! We are so proud of the hard work you all have completed and the enthusiasm for your experiences you demonstrated for those underclassmen and community partners who came to celebrate you last night.
Following the gallery event, parents and students from the Class of 2020 attended a senior project information session. For those who couldn’t make it, you can peruse the presentation materials from last night. They are attached below for your convenience. If you have questions, you can call Allison Graves at (757)648-5550, extension 57764.
To view the presentation, visit: The Senior Project Planning Prezi
To access the Class of 2020 Livebinder, which contains the Class of 2020 senior
project guidebook and other valuable resources, visit: Class of 2020 Livebinder
For a parent quick reference covering the processes and resources associated with the senior project, please click on the image below. Parents–while you can’t serve as your son or daughter’s direct mentor, you could “pay it forward” by being a mentor for another MSA rising senior who is interested in learning more about your field of expertise. Please contact Allison Graves at the number above if you are interested in serving as a STEM professional mentor.
AP registration has begun. Parents, please click on the image below to read the full instructions from guidance regarding registration and to access the hyperlinks embedded in the letter. Good luck to all AP testers this year!
Juniors and parents of juniors are strongly encouraged to attend. However, this event is open to all parents and MSA students. The days might be long, but the years are short. Senior year will be here before you know it!
Please join us this Thursday as we welcome back another former dolphin who is excited to share her research journey with current MSA students!
We are excited to welcome David Weisenbeck back to Ocean Lakes High School to share his experience with college research. What started as childhood interest turned into high school independent study and is now paving David’s way to scientific research and publication at college.
Tuesday, December 18
3:30 pm – 5 pm
We hope that all current MSA students, their parents, and even those alumni who are in town for the holidays will join us as we learn about “Herping Away From Home: Studying the Amphibians and Reptiles
in Southeast Asia” David Weisenbeck lecture (002)-2gaojhr
We enjoyed seeing those who could join us at the Mathematics and Science Academy open house last night. For more information about our program, check out our program brochure available by clicking the link below.
IMPORTANT TESTING INFORMATION
Please disregard the testing dates in the brochure. The correct dates are:
January 15, 2019: 5:00-7:30 pm in the OLHS cafeteria–Testing on this day for Corporate Landing, Kempsville, Landstown, Larkspur, Lynnhaven, Princess Anne, Salem, Virginia Beach Middle Schools as well as home-schooled middle school students
January 17, 2019: 5:00-7:30 pm in the OLHS cafeteria–Testing on this day for Bayside, Brandon, Great Neck, Independence, Old Donation/Brickell, Plaza Middle Schools as well as private-schooled middle school students
January 22, 2019: 5:00-7:30 pm in the OLHS cafeteria–Testing for those who could not attend their school’s designated testing day
Navigating the Journey was a success! Standing room only during both sessions and many questions polled in to our student panel. Because we ran out of time to address all of your polled in questions, we decided to share the answers to your questions here. We look forward to sharing more about our program at our Open House on November 7th.