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The Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing (MASMC) is a two-year residential early college entrance program for gifted high school students at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri, replacing the junior and senior years of high school. It provides an opportunity for students with a passion for math and science to get ahead in a college career, earning both a high school diploma and an Associate of Science degree.
The school opened in 2000 and will cease following the Spring 2018 semester after the University said it was no longer financially viable. It's peak enrollment was 178 in the 2008-2009 school year. 
Missouri Academy students must complete the following coursework to graduate:
- 2 semesters of composition
- Chemistry through General Chemistry II
- 2 semesters of physics (Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism)
- Pre-Calculus through Calculus II
- 1 semester of oral communication.
- 1 semester of literature
- American History
- American Government
- 1 additional semester of history/ humanities
- 2 semesters of computer science
- 1 semester of biology
- 1 semester of microbiology or genetics
- 3 to 12 credit hours of General Electives
At the end of the two-year program, graduating students will receive an Associate of Science in Science and Mathematics as well as a high school diploma.
- The Missouri Academy Student-run wiki-style website
- The Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics, and Computing
- Missouri Academy Alumni and Friends Association
- Northwest Missouri State University
- Early Entrance College Programs