Maryland Academy of Technology and Health Sciences
|Maryland Academy of Technology and Health Sciences|
|2801 N Dukeland St
Baltimore, Maryland 21216
|School type||Charter school|
|Motto||Existo * Praesto * Vigeo|
|School district||Baltimore City Public Schools|
|Principal||Charles L. Spain, Jr.|
|Color(s)||Khaki, navy blue(MIDDLE SCHOOL); white and black(HIGH SCHOOL)|
|Newspaper||The Panther Press|
Maryland Academy of Technology and Health Sciences (MATHS) is a new public charter school in Baltimore, Maryland that opened in 2006. The school is open to all students, does not charge tuition and will provide a comprehensive college preparatory education for students in grades 6 through 12. There is an emphasis on preparing students for future careers in biotechnology and health sciences. The school is funded by the state of Maryland and was founded by Rebekah Ghosh in an effort to help the city's faltering graduation rates and better prepare students for solid careers.
- "MD Academy of Technology and Health Sciences". Maryland State Department of Education. Archived from the original on 2007-10-24. Retrieved 2008-03-13.
- Greg Rienzi (2006). "Charting a New Course in Public Education". Johns Hopkins Public Health. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Retrieved 2008-03-13.
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