Announcements

Building Leaders for Advancing Science and Technology.  For more information click here.

The Governors School for Science and Technology Programming team has been named as one of the 2016 Verizon Innovative App Challenge Best in Region Winners for their Math-IO app. As a Best in Region winner, the team is now eligible to compete for the title Best in Nation! Watch their youtube video by clicking here.
*** Class of 2015 Awards & Accomplishments PowerPoint Presentation ***

The Governor's School for Science and Technology has once again been named to Virginia Living’s Top High Schools and Colleges List. This is the third year in a row that the Governor's School has received this honor! Virginia Living’s Top High Schools and Colleges Lists recognizes schools for excellence and innovation in five categories: Arts and Humanities; Science, Math and Technology; Performing Arts; Heath and Medicine; and Capital Improvements.

Governor's School Team Wins NASA’s Exploration Design Challenge. Click here to read more.

Governor's School Students Fly Abroad NASA's Zero Gravity Corporation's G-Force One Plane. Click here to read more.

NASA Langley Research Center and the Governor’s School for Science and Technology have signed a space act agreement providing gifted students the opportunity for hands-on experience and guidance in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with the goal of inspiring future explorers, scientists and engineers. The partnership will allow next generation students the opportunity to interact with and be mentored by NASA Langley researchers on STEM projects to expand education and knowledge through mentored projects and activities. In support of NASA Langley’s STEM education mission, researchers will assist students with college-level work and provide information about NASA’s vision, mission, programs and projects. Click here to read NASA's Press Release.
  • The Governor's School for Science and Technology's Class of 2015 was awarded over 3.5 million dollars in scholarships!
  • Click here to view the Governor's School for Science & Technology NASA HEXS Video.
  • Governor's School students chat with Astronaut before they fly on board the Zero Gravity Corporation's G-Force One plane. Click here to read the full article from NASA.
  • Two GSST students were selected to participate in the International Space Olympics. Click here for more details.