About Math Science and Technology Magnet

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Welcome to the Math, Science, and Technology (MST) Magnet Center at Abraham Lincoln High School, located in the heart of Los Angeles, near Chinatown. Our Magnet provides a curriculum that emphasizes the use of scientific methods, logical reasoning, collaborative teaching and learning and individual discovery in the fields of mathematics, science and technology. Our Magnet curriculum meets or exceeds the District’s requirements for graduation. In addition, our individualized academic programs exceed the CSU and UC’s admission requirements. Along with our own specialized program, we work cooperatively with the main campus of Lincoln to provide many Honors and over 20 Advanced Placement classes to our students. Also, we work cooperatively with USC NAI program, Occidental College, California Institute of Technology, UCLA, CSULA and ELAC for purposes of tutoring, academic enrichment, guest lecturers, and joint research projects. We have Dual Language enrollment and Dual Credit courses available.
The Magnet program offers opportunities for students of all ethnic and academic backgrounds to participate in a rigorous college-preparatory program, with a strong emphasis on science, mathematics, and computer technology. Students are expected to participate in intensive off-campus field courses, and will be expected to take four years of science, mathematics, or technology courses. Students will develop their knowledge and understanding through hands on learning, academic research, community service, and a culminating research project during their senior year. Over ninety percent of our students graduate and transfer to a variety of colleges such as Cal Tech, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Amherst, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, USC, Claremont, UCs, Cal States, and Community Colleges among others.
We provide a variety of opportunities with STEM programs and extracurriculars including Robotics, MESA, PLTW Engineering, Science Bowl, Academic Decathlon, Debate, and Horizon Hydrogen Gran Prix so that students have an enriching experience. We have strong Advisory teams and magnet government to nurture student leadership and social development.

We have been recognized as a Center of Merit which means that 90% of the students scored proficient/advanced in English Language Arts and 63% of the students scored proficient/advanced in Mathematics of the California Standards test. Also, we were recognized as a Double Digit Growth Magnet Center and an Excelling Magnet school.
We are so please that you are interested in our program, so please feel free to browse through our site and if you have questions or comments, contact us any time.
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Ms. Joni Boykins-Magnet Counselor
Ms. Winnie Kwan-Magnet Coordinator
Telephone: 323-441-4600
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