We will be mailing letters next week to 8th grade students who have met the qualifications to attend DCMST for Fall 2019. The next step for these students will be to complete a google form to indicate whether they would like to be entered into the lottery for final selection as directed in the letter. Middle school counselors have been given a list of qualified students.
Students who did not meet the qualifications (based on Algebra 1 common assessment, MStep & NWEA, and GPA) will not be sent a letter.
If you are a current 8th grade Algebra 1 student enrolled in a Dearborn Public Middle School, you may be eligible to attend the Dearborn Center for Math, Science, & Technology Fall 2019.
Students will be ranked based on a variety of criteria including standardized test scores, Algebra 1 Common Assessment scores, GPA, and teacher recommendations. The top candidates will be sent an invitation to attend our program in the Spring.
Students have had or will have the opportunity to attend an informational meeting at their middle school this Fall. There will be an informational meeting for Parents of eligible students in January of 2019 in the Michael Berry Lecture Hall at the Dearborn Heights Campus.
Students that receive invitations in the Spring will be required to attend an Orientation in May.
We apologize that we have had to (twice now) cancel our parent meeting due to the weather. Below is the link to our brochure as well as the Presentation that we planned to give during the meeting.
Current 8th graders not attending a Dearborn Public School but planning to enroll in a Dearborn District High School for next year are eligible for our program. Please click on the link below for more information.
Letters of invitation have all been mailed for the DCMST Class of 2022! Middle school counselors have been notified as to which students from each school were being invited to attend the DCMST for Fall 2018. Parents are required to respond ASAP via email as to their decision to accept or decline. Students accepting the invitation attended the new student orientation on May 30th. Details are explained in the letter.
If you were invited, but were unable to attend the student orientation, you will need to pick up your information packet from the DCMST office. Please get the packet ASAP because it does include important information as well as summer work for both mathematics and chemistry.
Students that were not invited will NOT receive notification.