AMSE Institute

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High School AMSE Institute

Our STEM program, the Applied Math, Science, and Engineering (AMSE) Institute provides students with a pipeline of inspiration, instruction, and experiences to help them become successful innovators and world-changers. Students receive unique training from industry professionals, helping them to gain real-world experience and become future leaders in their field.

During their time in AMSE, students develop a competitive portfolio of work, enter elite competitions such as XPRIZE Rainforest, and participate in prestigious after-school programs including Robotics, International Space Station, and Ocean Discovery. Students conduct research and advanced work in our state-of-the-art AMSE Lab, Machine Shop, and Innovation Center. 

AMSE Institute programs uniquely complement the comprehensive Math, Science, Engineering, and Technology courses offered at Valley Christian High School.

How to Apply to AMSE Institute 

Join our growing community of innovative students and learn more about our membership options and participation requirements. Your involvement with the AMSE Institute starts here. 

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AMSE Programs

After-school AMSE Programs offer students a platform to engage with exciting material and the chance to participate in life-changing experiences in the STEM fields. Students who have registered for AMSE Membership or AMSE Honors status are eligible to apply for an AMSE Program. Select the AMSE Program Application button to learn more.

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The AMSE Institute is proud to offer a wide variety of unique programs in the 2020/21 school year, providing virtual, hybrid, and on-campus options to accommodate all interested students and comply with campus restrictions, as needed.

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High School science student pack up tools with his teacher for a science experiment