CONTRIBUTED BY ASMS
The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS) is transforming educational outcomes for high school students in Alabama, and ASMS officials will be traveling to Central Alabama to recruit students who are seeking an advanced education and looking to challenge themselves inside and outside the classroom.
Through a tuition-free, college-level STEM education in math, science, computer science and the humanities, ASMS students gain access to academic, leadership and research opportunities that are unmatched for high schoolers in the state of Alabama. For 30 years, diverse students have come to ASMS motivated to learn and grow, and they have graduated with a stand-out resume along with a myriad of choices to attain their college and career goals.
ASMS recruits students from all 67 counties in Alabama, and the school is inviting current Alabama 9th and 10th graders in the Central Alabama area to join them for a one-hour information session in October for any of the following dates and locations:
– Auburn/Opelika/Lee County: Monday, Oct. 4, 6 p.m. (Southern Union State Comm College – Student Union Bldg)
– Alexander City/Tallapoosa County: Tuesday, Oct. 5, 6 p.m. (Central Al Comm College – Library – Large Meeting Rm)
– Troy/Pike County: Monday, Oct. 18, 6 p.m. (Troy Univ – Hal Hall)
– Thomasville/Clarke County: Monday, Oct. 18, 6 p.m. (Coastal Al Comm College – Tombigbee Rm)
– Montgomery/Montgomery County: Tuesday, Oct. 19, 6 p.m. (AL Assoc of School Boards)
– Eufaula/Barbour County: Tuesday, Oct. 19, 6 p.m. (Wallace Comm College – Bevill Center Auditorium)
– Livingston/Sumter County: Monday, Oct. 25, 6 p.m. (University of West Alabama Student Union Bldg Rm 205)
– Greenville/Butler County: Tuesday, Oct. 26, 6 p.m. (Ritz Theatre Reception Room)
“Our goal is to be sure that every student and family in Alabama know about ASMS as a premier educational opportunity for them,” said ASMS Director of Admissions and Outreach Ken Robinson. ” Throughout the month of October, we are going into communities across the state, so anyone and everyone can learn more about ASMS, what makes us a STEM-legacy school and how to apply.”
Students and families can register for an ASMS information session of their choosing on the school’s website: www.asms.net/admissions/asms-in-your-town They are also invited to visit the school’s campus in Mobile, Alabama, for ASMS Day on Nov. 13 and Dec. 4. ASMS Day is an annual event for attendees to tour the campus, meet faculty and staff members and take part in classroom demonstrations with current ASMS students. Registration for this event is also open on the school’s website: www.asms.net/admissions/visit
ASMS is fully funded by the state of Alabama. Therefore, applying to ASMS is free for prospective students, and tuition, room, meals and board are free for enrolled students. Current Alabama 9th and 10th graders are eligible to apply for the 2022-2023 school year admissions cycle on the school’s website: asms.net/admissions.
The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science is the state’s only fully public and residential high school for sophomores, juniors, and seniors seeking advanced studies in math, science, and the humanities. ASMS is a research-focused learning community committed to innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and diversity with an aim to empower motivated Alabama students to improve their community, state, and nation. Tuition, room, and board are free. Learn more at www.asms.net