|Year of establishment||2002|
|Address||Baskerville Hall, 240 Convent Avenue New York , NY 10031|
|City||New York, New York|
High School Math Science and Engineering at CCNY
The High School for Math, Science and Engineering at City College--abbreviated to High School for Math, Science and Engineering, HSMSE, or HSMSE @ CCNY--is one of nine public magnet, specialized high schools in New York City. The school caters to highly gifted students from across the city.
HSMSE, created in 2002, was founded with an emphasis on engineering and design, and was envisioned as a small school with approximately four hundred students.
The High School for Math, Science and Engineering (HSMSE) at The City College of New York is a unique and unparalleled, collaborative, educational experience in which talented students are challenged to expand their intellect and to develop the habits of inquiry, expression, critical thinking, problem seeking as well as problem solving, research and presentation. The academically rigorous learning environment will focus on math, science and engineering while emphasizing civic responsibility and the value of knowledge for its own intrinsic reward.
All members of the learning community: staff, students, parents and affiliated partners, will develop the ability to access and analyze information, to view the world through multiple perspectives, to make connections and see patterns across disciplines, and to imagine the unimaginable.
Graduates are expected to be knowledgeable, thoughtful, persuasive citizens who are prepared to take full advantage of the plethora of opportunities available in the nation’s most prestigious universities, the workplace, and far beyond.
The High School Math Science and Engineering at CCNY is a Public university located in New York.
The High School Math Science and Engineering at CCNY was founded in 2002.
The current president of High School Math Science and Engineering at CCNY is Crystal Bonds.