Student Government at MAST High School

The Student Government at MAST High School is an extracurricular club in which students need to apply in order to be a member. The Student Government consists of 2 Co-Presidents, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and 2 representatives per grade. In total, the Student Government consists of 12 governing members. The Student Government at MAST High […]

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Community Service Information and Log

Community Service and Volunteerism are significant aspects of the college application and scholarship process therefore, Mathematics, Science Research & Technology High School requires all 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders to complete a minimum community service hour requirement. Students will benefit from the opportunity to make meaningful connections and enrich the lives of others by […]

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College and Career Readiness Requirements

*It doesn’t matter where you are, everyone is somewhere. What matters is knowing where you are, so that you can get to college readiness. **Every MAST student will get to college-readiness by the time they graduate. #sisepuede #wegotthis #rocktheregents Passing: This indicates the lowest possible score a student can attain on a standardized test (65), […]

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Graduation Requirements

Don’t know what you need to graduate MAST High School? Here is the breakdown depending on whether you will graduate with a Regents Diploma or an Advanced Regents Diploma:   REGENTS DIPLOMA ADVANCED DESIGNATION REGENTS DIPLOMA REQUIRED COURSES Required Number of Credits REQUIRED COURSES Required Number of Credits English 8 English 8 Social Studies 8 […]

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Promotion​ ​Policy​ ​on​ ​Grade​ ​Level​ ​and​ ​Credits

Here is a simple guide to aid you in keeping track of your academic progress and grade level! If​ ​you​ ​have​ ​questions​ ​regarding​ ​your​ ​status,​ ​please​ ​see​ ​your​ ​Guidance​ ​Counselor. I​ ​am​ ​a​ ​freshman​ ​if… I have graduated from junior high school and I have fewer​ ​than​ ​8​ ​credits. I​ ​am​ ​a​ ​sophomore​ ​if… I […]

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Grading Philosophy and Policy & Attendance

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” -Albert Einstein Grades are evaluative instruments and indicators that measure students’ achievements, efforts, and extent of progress in their classes. The components of a grade are academically based and reflect each student’s competency in the course content. Mathematics, Science Research […]

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Requirements for Attending Trips and School Events

Field Trips and School Based Events can provide students with an effective and worthwhile means of learning and growing. Such activities are intended to stimulate student interest and inquiry, providing them with opportunities to acquire insights, information and knowledge that enhance regular classroom instruction. To ensure safe and productive experiences for all students, to participate […]

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