|Address||1000 East Victoria Street Carson, California 90747|
California Academy of Mathematics and Science
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science (CAMS) is a public magnet high school in Carson, California that focuses specifically on science and mathematics. The high school has the fourth-highest California API scores in the state.
CAMS is also located on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills. It shares many facilities with the CSU campus including the gymnasium, the student union, the tennis courts, the pool, the library and many of the student parking lots.
Students at CAMS enjoy a variety of extracurricular activities, including Dance Team, Sports, Key Club, PI (Pacific Islander) Club, Chess Club, Math Club, M.E.Ch.A., Computer Science Club, Pinoy Club, Black Student Alliance (BSA), Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), National Honor Society (NHS), Future Medical Professionals, Associated Student Body (ASB), Rocket Team, Remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) Team, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement), FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team, VEX Robotics Team, Girls Build LA, and HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America).
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science has the mission of developing the talents of motivated students to become thoughtful and productive members of an increasingly global and technological society. CAMS increases the the nation's pool of graduates in Mathematics and Science, by offering rigorous and innovative college-preparatory curriculum that fosters the joy of discovery, and promotes a collaborative culture of ethical and innovative problem solving.
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science is a Public university located in Carson.
The current president of California Academy of Mathematics and Science is .