Wilbraham and Monson Academy The Global School
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The Science Department encourages students to learn about modern science and technology through such vehicles as inquiry-based labs, research projects, extensive use of the Academy's natural areas, and field trips to area hospitals, museums, and universities.  All Grade 9 students take physics, and then progress to chemistry (grade 10), biology (grade 11), and AP courses or other electives (grade 12).  Two years of laboratory science are required, but over 80% of our students take three or more years of science. Many of our alumni have pursued careers in engineering, medicine, and environmental science. Technology is incorporated in the Science department through the use of PowerPoint presentations, internet research, computer-based labs using TI-84 calculators, virtual dissections for some biology labs, and on-line conferencing. Enrollment in Honors and Advanced Placement courses requires departmental permission.


YoungSeok Jang, Brian Kennedy and Robert Taylor received the College Board's highest honor.
Ms. Lavin graduated from Bay Path in 2010, serving as class president each year.
Browsing our new website, you will find quite a few improvements intended to make your online experience more helpful and fulfilling.
The Academy will give its students the next best thing to a study abroad opportunity in its Honors Spanish III class.

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The mission of Wilbraham & Monson Academy is to develop global citizens and leaders.

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