About the Berrien County Math & Science Center
The Berrien County Mathematics and Science Center is one of 33 regional centers in the Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Network. The Network supports the delivery of high quality mathematics and science education for all students in Michigan.
Center is one of seven centers in the Network that offers a half-day
high school accelerated program. The Center is a member of the National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools (NCSSS).
purpose of the Berrien County Mathematics and Science Center
Accelerated High School Program is to enrich the quality of mathematics,
science, and technology education by inspiring and challenging the most
academically able high school students. This enrichment is accomplished
by providing students with exciting explorations in mathematics,
science, and technology through an enriched environment and rigorous
Center provides outreach services to local school districts in the
areas of professional development, curriculum support, student services,
leadership, community involvement, and resource materials. The Center,
as a program of Berrien RESA , provides professional and student
opportunities in mathematics, science and technology.
The following districts participate in the Mathematics and Science Center program.
the Fall of 1991, the Berrien County Mathematics and Science Center
welcomed its first freshmen class and began to provide outreach services
to local districts. A collaboration of local school districts, Andrews
University, and business and industry, the Center was established to
provide an accelerated program for students in Berrien and Cass
counties. Of the 33 Math and Science Centers in Michigan, the Berrien
County program is one of only seven where students attend classes at an
off-site school for half a day.