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Mathematics & Science for Minority Students

The (MS)2 program was founded in 1977 to address the compelling need to cultivate the mathematical and scientific abilities of economically disadvantaged African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American high school students from targeted cities and communities across the United States. In a residential setting on the historic Phillips Academy campus, the three-summer program challenges students intellectually and exposes them to peers and educators with diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and aspirations. This competitive and rigorous program is free of charge for all students selected. Click here for Admission Eligibility and Application Deadlines.

The 2018 program runs from July 3 to August 5.


2016 Program Year Report

Download a PDF version of the 2016 Program Year Report.

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Contact Information:

If you have any questions about the program contact our office by phone at 978-749-4402 or e-mail:

Built in 1818, Pearson Hall was designed by Charles Bulfinch, the same person who designed the Boston State House.

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