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MIT Academy Standards-Based Grading Policy

Dear Parents,
 
On this report card, you’re going to see something a little different – a standards-based score in addition to a grade (or in some cases a class percentage). This represents MIT’s move towards standards-based grading, which is generally considered “best practice” in the education industry in general, and in cutting edge schools in particular. Although many schools use standards-based grades, MIT is one of the few secondary schools doing it, and once again represents MIT’s commitment to being an educational leader.
 

Update on VCUSD Litigation - Lawsuit Dismissed

UPDATE: October 19th,
 
LITIGATION UPDATE -- LAWSUIT DISMISSED
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A Letter to Our Parents and Students

A LETTER TO OUR PARENTS & STUDENTS
from Matt Smith, MIT Academy Director
 
Many of you may have seen Friday's article in the Vallejo Times-Herald regarding VCUSD suing MIT Academy to stop construction on the new construction on the Everest and E-Building complexes. The reporter, John Glidden, did a good job on the article but was unable to include my complete comments, so here they are in their entirety:
 
"Yes, the district has been pursuing litigation against MIT Academy all summer long. It's a shame, really, because we asked for mediation and the district chose a legal route first, despite our lease agreement explicitly calling for mediation as a preliminary step in any conflicts over our the agreement. 
 
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MITA Places 2nd @ the 2016 MATE Regional ROV Competition

MITA Student teams Robits and RoboLife Mk.3 had the opportunity to compete at the 2016 MATE Regional ROV Competition at Monterey Bay on April 30th.

The RoboLife Mk.3 team managed to place 2nd at their level in the event! Congratulations!

Learn more about the competition here:

MATE Regional Competition Network

MITA Among U.S. News "Best High Schools" Once Again!

Congratulations to all as MIT Academy has been named "One of America's Best High Schools" by U.S. News & World Report for the second consecutive year! This prestigious award, which is roughly awarded to the top 10% of American high schools, is based on academic achievement, graduation rate, and college-going percentage. 

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US News & World Report Recognizes MIT Academy

2015 Best High SchoolsMIT Academy has been recognized as a bronze award winner by U.S. News and World Report's annual survey of America's best high schools. The U.S. News rankings survey over 29,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia and awarded awards to approximately 6,500 schools overall.

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