Why does the Center for Advanced Studies need community support?

Wheeler High School – a unique learning environment

The Center for Advanced Studies in Science, Math and Technology has gained national recognition for its innovative programs and advanced curriculum. Highly competitive, the Center attracts students from through out Cobb County. Fully integrated with Wheeler High School, the magnet program helps the entire high school by allowing all students the opportunity to take science, math and technology classes that would not otherwise be available. Bringing 400 high achieving students into the school community has also enabled Wheeler to dramatically increase the number of and quality of extracurricular academic clubs.

Wheeler High School, a diverse community with students representing over 61 nationalities, provides a unique educational environment that allows students from a broad cross-section of economic and cultural backgrounds to learn both in the classroom and from one another.

The Center for Advanced Studies – a high-tech incubator

In order to stretch our students academically, adapt and & innovate in the classroom, provide advanced training for our teachers, inspire our student leaders, and keep abreast of changing technologies, we need the support of the community. The Center is nurturing Georgia’s next generation of scientists, researchers, engineers, software designers, physicians, roboticists, and other technology leaders.

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and contributions are tax-deductible as provided by law.

Where does my donation go?

2016-17 Pie Chart

 

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MAGNET FOUNDATION SUPPORTED INITIATIVES, EVENTS & PROGRAMS

ACADEMICS

Chemical Reactor
Chromebooks (e-Ducation initiative)
STEM Symposium and upcoming STEM Magazine
Supporting Gifted Certification for Teachers
Video Microscope
Technical Writing Training
Research Funding
Classroom Supplies, Books and Technology
MATLAB Books
Teacher Conferences
Support of Academic Clubs and Competitions, including Robotics

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS

Naviance
College Essay Workshops for Junior Students
Counselor Informational Parent Coffees
Grade-Level Naviance Nights
College Financial Aid Night
Support for Magnet College Tours – Washington D.C, Boston, and this year Philadelphia
Counselor Luncheons for Junior Students
Facilitating/planning Magnet College Tours and supporting teacher/faculty attendance
Counselor Training

CULTURE

Honors Nights
Freshman Picnic
Magnet Senior Banquet
Magnet Student Social Events
Communication Efforts including Website and Magnet E-News
Magnet Parent Events such as our Annual Foundation Meeting / Mix & Mingle, Volunteer Appreciation
Teacher Appreciation Efforts
Volunteer Coordination for the many Magnet activities and events