Greetings From the Head of School
“We believe in the success of all our students. (MS)2 is a place where asking the right questions is more important than providing the right answers. Every stakeholder at (MS)2 must agree that we will do whatever it takes to ensure that every young person that enters our school is given every opportunity to achieve their personal goals. We realize that the work we do is not easy.“
-Kathryn Procope, Head of School
Howard University Middle School of Mathematics & Science is dedicated to ensuring the safety of our scholars, parents, families and staff. While we miss everyone tremendously, safety always comes first. We are currently participating in virtual learning and will do until further notice. For updates, information and resources, regarding COVID19, please click below.
We are committed to providing an innovative 21st century educational experience to students of color. As the only public charter middle school located on the campus of a historically Black university, we hope to be the model for other schools seeking to implement an individualized learning model to support their students.
We need your help to continue to grow and service even more students and families!
As we celebrate our 15 year anniversary, we are kicking September off with a community Challenge! We are inviting you to join us in taking 150,000 steps by September 22. Be the first to reach our goal to win big! Entry fee: $5. Click below to get started! Once you pay the entry fee you will receive an email with an invitation to join the challenge.
Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science believes that Black Lives Matter because it embodies the vision and ideals of our school community. We grieve the unjust loss of life at the hands of those we trust to protect and serve us and we stand in support of their families demanding justice and change from elected officials who represent us.
Our school will transcend racial inequity, the result of centuries of oppression and trauma, to a healed place where our students flourish and grow, and together we will shape the systems, policies and practices that support our community.