The Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science E=(MS)2

(MS)2 Supports School Choice!

Why we're thankful for school choice.

“Since our children became of school age, they have been enrolled in charter schools in Washington, D.C. The ability to choose any charter school within D.C. has always been a plus. We are not restricted by “boundary schools” and that empowers us as parents to select what we feel is the best school for our children..” Read on to learn more about the Edmonds family, why they support school choice, and why they chose (MS)2 for their children!

Read More about the Edmonds Family

A Trip To the Newseum

(MS)2 students participated in a master class at the Newseum to discuss the connections between the First Amendment and the Civil Rights Movement . From the 1960s to current times , students discussed the voice of the scholar in the arena of protest and public demonstration. Students were able to explore the significance of the protest of the 60s to the Black Lives Matter Movement of today.

Head of School Procope Meets with Congresswoman Holmes-Norton

Congratulations to the boys and girls basketball teams for their first win of the season. They played Meridian PCS and showed a lot of progress in their 3rd game of the season & first win. The girls won by a score of 19-15 and boys 45-36.

The March of the Cans.

(MS)2 Student Government Association ( SGA) participated in their 1st March of the Cans. In this event, SGA collected cans for the homeless during the Thanksgiving season and then marched the cans from their middle school to Bread for The City. Over 300 cans were marched and donated to this great local non profit

The most recently named State Principal of the Year, Mrs. Kathryn R. Procope, had the chance to meet and speak with Washington, D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes-Norton.  They discussed what it means to be a principal at a middle school with a STEM based curriculum, continuing professional development for administrators how to create a baseline for CTE research earlier and much more.

Ryan Battle, a 7th grader here at Howard UniversityMiddle School of Mathematics and Science, addressed the many people at the We Shall Not Be Moved March on Washington on January 14, 2017.

(MS)2 7th Grader addresses Marchers

2015-16 NASSP State Principals of the Year

Congratulations to all our Student Government Association winners and participants. After a formidable election season and too many super close races, we have our 2016-2017 SGA officers. Advised by Mr. Giani Clarkson, SGA truly is the student body’s voice for change, justice and of course fun! Congratulations Tylan, Allisya, Christian, Mohit and Abdul!

6th graders lined up to vote!

Ryan Battle, was a guest panelist for the Capitol Innovation: Interrupting the School to Prison Pipeline Forum. He has been invited to be a guest speaker on the subject of gun violence.

USBC's Policy Breakfast

This summer, two of our scholars , Jordyne and Allisya, were awarded first and second prize for their business plans in the NFTE Biz camp. They were afforded the opportunity to attend the United States Black Chambers Policy Breakfast hosted during the Congressional Black Caucus. They were also introduced to Ron Busby, President/CEO of the U.S. Black Chambers. We are so proud of our future entrepreneurs!

Rodeo at the Showplace Arena!

The 7th grade class was able to witness the Bill Pickett rodeo for Kidz Sake at The Showplace Arena. It featured all black rodeo participants roping cattle, riding bucking broncos and much more!

October 6th marked a day of service for the General Electric African American Forum Symposium. Held at Cardoza Educational Campus in Washington, D.C., the event allowed our scholars to see STEM demonstrations from high school students and career professionals. From aviation simulations to harnessing electrical currents to learning to code, seeing the many ways the STEM field touches the transportation industry was a real life insight into what the future could hold. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes-Norton spoke to all of the students about how important STEM careers are for the African American community and how the possibilities are endless with hard work and dedication.  For more information on the GE African American Forum visit http://www.aafglobalsymposium.com/About

GE African American Forum Service Day