Math, Science, and Technology Magnet Academy at Roosevelt High School Home

Respectful, Responsible, and Resilient
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About Us

MSTMA is an inclusive community space in the Boyle Heights community that serves to develop student leaders who will advocate and innovate for positive change, personally and collectively.

News & Announcements

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Class of 2025 it's Senior Portrait Time! ¡La clase de 2025 es hora de hacer retratos para estudiantes de último año!

Starting June 26 and all summer you can visit the Fotorama Studio to take your senior portraits. Check out the attached flyers or visit the Fotorama website for details on how to take your portrait. Make sure you take your Iconic Cap and Gown picture.

A partir del 26 de junio y durante todo el verano podrás visitar Fotorama Studio para realizar tus retratos del ultimo año. Consulte los folletos adjuntos o visite el sitio web de Fotorama para obtener detalles sobre cómo tomar su retrato. Asegúrate de tomar tu foto icónica de toga y birrete.
Flyer MSTMA CLASS OF 2028 SUMMER BRIDGE DAY

Bridge Day for the Class of 2028

Bridge Day for the Class of 2028 / Clase de MSTMA del día del puente de verano de 2028

Date/Día: Wednesday, June 12, 2024 / Miércoles 12 de junio
Time/Hora: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location/Localización: MSTMA (RHS Campus) / Campus Escolar de MSTMA (RHS Campus)

Calendar

Jul 19

Summer School Ends

Time: 8:30 AM – 2 PM
Location: A Bldg. Classrooms

Jul 30

Partnership Summer Institute

Location: Theodore Roosevelt High School, 456 S Mathews St, Los Angeles, CA 90033, USA

Jul 31

Partnership Summer Institute

Location: Theodore Roosevelt High School, 456 S Mathews St, Los Angeles, CA 90033, USA

Aug 1

Partnership Summer Institute

Location: Theodore Roosevelt High School, 456 S Mathews St, Los Angeles, CA 90033, USA

Sep 30

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Our Mission

In collaboration with families and community, our students experience an interdisciplinary and Social Justice oriented-Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math magnet program that is infused with Humanities courses to develop cultural awareness and social emotional skills so students can flourish in their college, career and post-secondary life.