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April 24, 2015
Students attending the Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing at Northwest Missouri State University placed high this month at state math and science contests.
Most recently, the Missouri Academy Science Olympiad team traveled April 18 to the Missouri State Science Olympiad competition at in Fulton, Mo. Competing as one of 32 schools and 43 event qualifiers, the Missouri Academy team placed 16th overall. Individual placements are as follows:
The Missouri Academy math team also competed April 11 in the Great Plains Math League (GPML) state contest at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Competing with about 270 students from 33 schools, the Missouri Academy team placed second in the sweepstakes and individual team members placed in almost all categories.
Located on the Northwest campus, the Missouri Academy is a two-year residential, early-entrance-to-college program for academically talented and highly motivated high school students. Graduates of the program earn an associate degree as well as a high school diploma. Students selected to enroll in the program have completed 10th grade at traditional high schools, and the Missouri Academy program replaces their junior and senior years of high school. All of the curriculum consists of college coursework taught by professors at Northwest. Missouri Academy students sit side-by-side in classrooms with traditional university students, and professors have the same high expectations for these students as they do for traditional university students.
Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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