Attention all parents, students and teachers. In order to improve efficiency, we are decreasing our reliance on paper registration and permission forms in favor of digital documentation. The MSiC user profile now serves as a digital permission form for all activities at the MathScience Innovation Center and includes our network/internet/photo policy, photo/video release, allergy/medical needs, emergency contact and designated pick-up information.
Please update your user profile as soon as possible with all necessary information (even if you have previously completed a paper form).
A completed user profile is necessary in order to participate in lessons and events at the Center. (This does not include lessons conducted in classrooms as part of our Monday-Friday services to divisions.)
Access your user profile at our registration portal: http://schedule.mymsic.org. After succesfully logging in click on your user name in the upper right hand corner to reveal the user profile link.
The Center seeks imaginative people with the skills, content and disposition to develop and teach innovative STEM curricula to students and educators in Central Virginia.
We currently have five teaching openings available. Click here to view details.
We are proud to share the Third Quarter Report for our 2014-15 school year. Many thanks to everyone who has helped and supported the MSiC with our mission to provide extraordinary experiences in science, technology, and mathematics to our region's K-12 educators and students.
View the Flash Flip Book (personal computer version)
Download and view the PDF version (recommended for ipad)
- July 13-31 at the MSiC campus
- July 20-31 at the John Tyler Community College Chester Campus
- Aug 3-14 at the John Tyler Community College Midlothian Campus.
Our "Extended Day" Program is back! Classes from Champtionship Chess RVA and Edible Education are available at MSiC campus and run from 4:15pm-5:30pm.
Camp Innovation a wide variety of challenging morning, afternoon, and full-day classes. Demand is high so please register as soon as possible to reserve your student's place.
Months of hard work culminated on Friday, February 13th, when middle and high school students from the Richmond Public Schools (RPS) experienced a special STEM in Sport Education Day event at the Richmond Coliseum. Through the collaboration of the RPS, the MathScience Innovation Center (MSiC), Arena Racing-USA, and the Center for Sport Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), 200 students attended the STEM hands-on learning event that focused on translating classroom content into real-world application as it specifically related to STEM and the sport of Arena Racing.