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Area students accepted to FSU's Regional Math/Science Center

July 06, 2011

FROSTBURG, Md. — The following area students recently were accepted into the Frostburg State University Upward Bound Regional Math/Science Center:

Adeola Adeoye, a ninth-grade student at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick, Md.

Cameron Ahalt, an eighth-grade student at Brunswick Middle School in Brunswick, Md.

Carmen Carroll, an eighth-grade student at Northern Middle School in Hagerstown

Kyle Carroll, an eighth-grade student at Northern Middle School in Hagerstown

Treavor Ellington, an eighth-grade student at Hancock Middle/Senior High School in Hancock

Tyra Fields-Maynard, an eighth-grade student at Northern Middle School in Hagerstown

Joshua Mason, an eighth-grade student at Hancock Middle/Senior High School in Hancock

Victoria Mills, a 10th-grade student at Hancock Middle/Senior High School in Hancock

Ildi Moreno, a ninth-grade student at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick

Benjamin Perkins, an eighth-grade student at Northern Middle School in Hagerstown

Kaya Shelley, an eighth-grade student at Brunswick Middle School in Brunswick

The students will stay on the FSU campus this summer, developing the skills necessary for entering and succeeding in post-secondary education, primarily in the fields of math and science. They will live and work with a diverse group of students from across Maryland to complete a scientific investigation. Students in the program have a rigorous academic schedule during the week, including math, writing, foreign language, literature and SAT preparation, in addition to the science project. They also have the opportunity to attend educational workshops, and meet professional scientists and mathematicians. Field trips are scheduled on the weekends to reward the students with enriching cultural experiences. Throughout the academic year, the program staff provides participants with support and assistance as they prepare for college. Students remain in the program until they graduate from high school, returning each summer to FSU. The  program is free to all participants.

To find out more about the program, call 1-800-646-6004 or 301-687-4295, or go to  www.frostburg.edu/clife/mscenter.

To request accommodations through the ADA Compliance Office, call 301-687-4102 or use a voice relay operator at 1-800-735-2258.

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