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May 27, 2011MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Harris

Missouri Academy

The Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics, and Computing in Maryville will celebrate their biggest class in history tomorrow.

74 students will receive their high school and associate of science degree from the Missouri Academy ,which is on the Northwest Missouri State University campus in Maryville. It allows high school juniors and seniors to take university level courses to prepare for fields in the sciences and mathematics. Dean of the academy Dr. Cleo Samudzi says 100% of their graduating students plan to go on to receive their bachelors degree.

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Samudzi adds all the academy students have received a strong foundation in education while at the Maryville University. The graduation ceremony will be at the Houston Center for the Performing Arts building at 1 O'clock tomorrow afternoon.