The School Day
Most classes are held on alternating days (known as "Day 1" and "Day 2") in 80-minute blocks. Students have a full hour for lunch allowing them to both eat and participate in extra-curricular activities.
|7:50||Warning Bell||Warning Bell|
|9:25-10:45||Period 3||Period 4|
|11:55-1:15||Period 5||Period 6|
|1:20-2:40||Period 7||Period 8|
Some days we have a "B-Schedule" as follows:
|Day 1, B schedule||Day 2, B schedule|
|7:50||Warning Bell||warning Bell|
|8:00-9:00||Period 1||Period 2|
|9:05-10:05||Period 3||Period 4|
|10:10-11:10||Period 5||Period 6|
|12:20-1:20||Period 7||Period 8|
|1:20-2:40||B Period||B Period|
A complete list of courses may be found here. When complete information is available, course descriptions will be available also.
M.A.S.T. students are required to take English, mathematics, and naval science all four years. During their first three years, they are also required to take science, technology and world language courses. For their senior year, students must choose to continue in either oceanography or technology; each course requires students to complete a year-long project satisfactorily.
The M.A.S.T. faculty consists of a group of experienced professionals interested in fostering their students' success. Students are encouraged to ask for help when needed.