Science, Math and Technology (SciMaTech)
The SciMaTech Academy is a STEM academy for students who are passionate about understanding how the technological world around them works. Our students choose pathways of specialization to focus their curiosity; these include math, engineering, biomedicine, environmental science, and information technology. We are geeks on a mission to enhance Wilson High School and to engineer the future. SciMaTech began in 1997 and now has 200 students and seven faculty advisors. This year’s initiative is to celebrate our 20th anniversary as a Wilson HS academy with our alumni, supporters, and students. 

Clubs include the "Tiger Pride 2914” FIRST Robotics Team, Math Club, Science Club, Greenhouse Club, and Biomedicine Club. SciMaTech is responsible for Wilson’s pollinator greenhouse garden, Soapstone Creek management, the Annual Family Night Banquet, the FIRST Robotics annual kickoff, the Wilson National Society of Black Engineers Chapter, the Reilly Webb INOVA Blood Drive, the Green Apple Day of Service, Earth Day: Day of Action, and the Academy Capstone Presentation and Celebration.

Academy Coordinator
Ms. Angela Benjamin, Room B101, angela.benjamin@dc.gov, (202) 316-4469

Engineering and Architecture (CTE)
Health and Biomedical Careers (CTE)
Environmental Sciences
AP Science and Math

Seniors take capstone courses that guide them through independent research or design projects.

SciMaTech Lead Teachers
Biomedicine: Danielle Krafft, danielle.krafft@dc.gov
Environmental Science: Dr. Dani Moore, dani.moore@dc.gov
Information Technology: Alex Jacoby, alex.jacoby@dc.gov