National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology | W …

National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology | W …


The National Consortium of Secondary STEM
Schools (NCSSS) is an alliance of specialized high schools in the United States whose focus
is to foster, support, and share the efforts of STEM-focused schools whose primary purpose
is to attract and academically prepare students for leadership in mathematics, science, engineering,
and technology. The Consortium supports unique professional
development programs for STEM teachers and unique learning experiences for students. The NCSSS was established in 1988 to provide
a forum for member schools to exchange information and program ideas and to evolve alliances
among them. As of June 2010, there are over 90 institutional
members, representing more than 40,000 students and 1,600 educators. These are joined by over 30 affiliate members
such as colleges, universities, summer programs, and corporations who share the goal of transforming
STEM education.==Full list of member institutions, by state
=====Alabama===
Alabama School of Mathematics and Science The Russell School of Mathematics and Science===Arkansas===
Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts===California===
California Academy of Mathematics and Science Clark Magnet High School
Western Center Academy===Connecticut===
Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut
Greater Hartford Academy of Mathematics and Science===Delaware===
Charter School of Wilmington===District of Columbia===
McKinley Technology High School===Florida===
Center for Advanced Technologies Crooms Academy of Information Technology
MAST Academy Middleton High School===Georgia===
Academy of Mathematics and Medical Science at South Cobb High School
Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Kennesaw Mountain High School
Center for Advanced Studies in Science, Math, and Technology at Joseph Wheeler High School
Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and
Technology===Illinois===
Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy===Indiana===
Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities===Kentucky===
Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky
Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics===Louisiana===
Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts
Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy===Maine===
Maine School of Science and Mathematics===Maryland===
Anne Arundel County Public Schools South High School
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Montgomery Blair High School Science, Mathematics,
and Computer Science Magnet Bullis School
Oxon Hill High School Science and Technology Center
Charles H. Flowers High School Science and Technology Magnet
Poolesville High School Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science Magnet
Eleanor Roosevelt High School Science and Technology Center
Science and Mathematics Academy at Aberdeen High School===Massachusetts===
Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science at WPI===Michigan===
Battle Creek Area Mathematics and Science Center
Berrien County Mathematics and Science Center Dearborn Center for Math, Science and Technology
Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center Lakeshore Mathematics and Science Center
Macomb Academy of Arts and Sciences Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center
Mecosta-Osceola Mathematics/Science/Technology Center
Utica Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology===Mississippi===
Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science===Missouri===
Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing===New Jersey===
Academy for Information Technology Academy of Allied Health & Science
Bergen County Academies Communications High School
Dwight-Englewood School High Technology High School
Marine Academy of Science and Technology Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental
Sciences Morris County Academy for Mathematics, Science,
and Engineering Red Bank Academy of Information Technology
Union County Magnet High School===New York===
Bronx High School of Science High School for Math, Science and Engineering
at City College Hunter College High School
Manhasset Secondary School Millennium Brooklyn High School
Staten Island Technical High School Stuyvesant High School
Brooklyn Technical High School===North Carolina===
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics===Ohio===
Hathaway Brown School===Oklahoma===
Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics===Pennsylvania===
Downton STEM Academy Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy===South Carolina===
Dutch Fork High School The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science
and Mathematics Spring Valley High School===Tennessee===
Tennessee Governor’s Academy for Math and Science
School for Science and Math at Vanderbilt===Texas===
Academy of Science and Health Professions at Conroe High School
Conroe ISD Academy of Science and Technology John Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School of Austin
Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science===Utah===
Academy for Math, Engineering, and Science Northern Utah Academy for Math Engineering
and Science SUCCESS Academy===Vermont===
Essex High School===Virginia===
Bayside High School Health Sciences Academy Central Virginia Governor’s School for Science
and Technology Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine
and Environmental Science Chesterfield County Mathematics and Science
Gloucester High School Jackson River Governor’s School
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
Academies of Loudoun New Horizons Governor’s School for Science
and Technology Ocean Lakes High School
Piedmont Governor’s School for Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Roanoke Valley Governor’s School for Science and Technology
Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School Southwest Virginia Governor’s School for Science,
Mathematics, and Technology===Washington===
Camas Math, Science and Technology Magnet School
Lake Washington School District STEM School

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