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MSA Santa Clara

Congratulations Robotics Class Students

Below students successfully passed RobotC for LEGO Programming training course exam held by Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Academy and got their certifications.

 

 

Avinash Upadhyayula
Faria Moiz
Gabriel Nicholas Ticau
Kevin Xu
William T.A. Bui
Omer Ahmad
Akshath Arabindakshan
Anirudh Bharadmaj
Kyle Chui
Musa Kabir
Suhail Khan
Jasmine Lee
Shannon Liu
Sanya Mahajan
Nina Mankame
Farhaan Rasool
Sakura Sahai
Sribas Sarba
Siya Sharma
Dante Vasudevan
Niki Zeraati
Eric Zhang

ROBOTC is a powerful C-based programming language with a Windows environment for writing and debugging programs, and the only programming language at this level that offers a comprehensive, real-time debugger. ROBOTC is a cross-platform solution that allows students to learn the type of c-based programming used in advanced education and professional applications.

Summer Working Hours

Summer working hours are 9:00 am to 2:00 pm between 06/01/2015 and the new school year in-service start date.

Magnolia Mathleague State Champions!

Great news on our students' achievements at Mathleague High school state championship held at April 11, 2015 at Valley Christian school, San Jose.

Top five ranks were awarded at the ceremony and Vittal Thirumalai won state 2nd place at the Junior High Division.

Also, we have received invitation for the following top 10 rank holders who are qualified to compete at the National Mathleague high school league championship to be held at Kansas City, MO on May 15th.


Vittal Thirumalai: 2nd place
Srivas Sarva: 7th place
Amogh Gaitonde: 10th place

 

In the Math League Elementary state level contest at U.C.Davis, MSA students won the following awards:

Kevin Xu: Individual 5th place
Gabriel Ticau - Individual 4th place
MSA Team: Bharat, Avi, Kevin & Gabi: 3rd place

All of them are qualified to go to the Nationals.

 

Congratulations to all the winners!!!

Keep up the good work.

 

Magnolia Math Champion of California!

MAGNOLIA SCIENCE ACADEMY - SANTA CLARA STUDENT WINS FIRST PLACE IN STATE MATH COMPETITION, HEADS TO NATIONALS


At the Northern California MathCounts competition held at Stanford University on March 21, 2015, Magnolia Science Academy-Santa Clara 8th grader Stan Zhang took first place in the count down round and second in the written round.

As a result of his achievement, he will be one of the four California team members (2 from northern California and 2 from southern California) to compete in the National MathCounts competition, which will be held May 7-10, 2015, in Boston.

 

Coastal River Clean Up Day

Students from MSA-SC had opportunity to make a difference in community in September 20, 2014.

There was Coastal River clean up day and our students earned community service hours for cleaning Saratoga Creek.

 

Tdap Reminder: Pertussis Immunization Booster / (Whooping Cough)

California Law, Assembly Bill 354, requires students to be vaccinated against whooping cough.

All students are required to show proof of having received a Tdap immunization, this proof should have been submitted with your admissions application.

By law, students who have not submitted proof to the school of their record of immunization, or has a waiver on file will not be able to attend school until documentation / waiver is submitted.

After School Care Program

After School Care Program provided by YMCA

http://www.ymcasv.org/northwest/

Lunch Program

www.thelunchmaster.com

Uniforms are now available


Uniforms are now available at Merry Mart for in store and online purchases
www.merrymartuniforms.com

MSASC Student qualify for American Invitational Mathematics Examination

Our team of Mathletes have surprised us with yet another incredible achievement at the AMC10 competition.

Read more

MSA-SC Chosen for AP Computer Science Principles Pilot Program

ap computer science

Magnolia Science Academy, Santa Clara is pleased to announce that our high school has been chosen as one among the roughly forty high schools and colleges that will be piloting a new AP Computer Science Principles course for the next three years.

“We are very excited to offer high school students the opportunity to take a college-level computing course that diverges from standard introductory computer science courses in ways that are designed to promote the interests of students from a broad range of disciplines,” said Trevor Packer, senior vice president of AP and Instruction. Read more at the College Board press release link below:

http://press.collegeboard.org/releases/2013/national-science-foundation-provides-52-million-grant-create-new-advanced-placement-compute?excmpid=SM48-ED-CB-tw

 
 
 
 
 
 
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