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Programs at MAST

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Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) (Q55A)

Our S.T.E.A.M. program emphasizes the interconnections among mathematics, science, technology, and the humanities, prepares students to become creative problem-solvers, effective communicators, and tomorrow's leaders through a rigorous curriculum and collaborative partnerships. Our approach is driven by problem-solving and exploratory learning, which promotes student readiness for college, prepares them for the 21st century workforce, and provides opportunities for critical and design thinking. Specialized courses in the STEAM Program include Robotics, Engineering Design, Computer Science, Forensics, Hydroponics and Astronomy. The "A" in STEAM credited courses include Dance and Visual Arts that are offered during the academic day.
Advanced College Pathways (Q55B)

This program allows scholars the opportunity to both earn a New York State high school diploma and up to 30 transferable college credits (with a required minimum of 12 college credits). College credits can be through 3 Pathways: 1) Scoring a 3 and above on Advanced Placement (AP) Exams, (2) College Now Program at York College, and (3) National Equity Lab’s High-Schools-In-College Program who offers courses from prestigious universities including Howard, Princeton, Stanford, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, Wesleyan, Cornell, Georgetown, Arizona State University, Barnard and Harvard. In this program, scholars earn dual credit in high school and college simultaneously.

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Print & Broadcast Journalism (Q55C)

Broadcast & Print Journalism are a series of courses that engage students who are interested in pursuing careers in this field. After learning basic journalism skills, students choose a specialty in our school digital newspaper, our weekly student broadcast, yearbook or literary magazine writing and production which are all integrated in the academic day.

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