Professor Emeritus Malcolm Donalson Awarded Doctorate of Humane Letters

ASMS Professor Emeritus Dr. Malcolm Donalson’s seventh book with the Edwin Mellen Press of Lampeter, Wales, United Kingdom, and Lewiston, New York is currently under production. The book is titled “Christian Soldier-Martyrs of the Roman Empire, the First Century to the Fourth Century A.D.” and subtitled “Including a Compendium of Over 200 Soldier-Martyrs with Brief Biographies of Each.” Read More

Parent Association Raises $50,000 at Dragon Drawdown

The ASMS Parent Association raised more than $50,000 in net proceeds through the 2016 Dragon Drawdown, making this the largest amount raised in the history of the event.  Read More

ASMS Senior Participates in Prestigious World Food Prize Global Youth Institute

Jorge Del’Angel (pictured second from right), a senior at the Alabama School of Math and Science, was among the select students nominated to attend the World Food Prize Global Youth Institute Oct. 13-15, 2016, in Des Moines, Iowa, during the Borlaug Dialogue International Symposium, which drew 1,500 people from more than 60 countries to discuss the world’s hunger and food security issues. The World Food Prize was founded by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Norman Borlaug to recognize and inspire great achievements in improving the quality, quantity and availability of food in the world.  Read More

Senior Interns at USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital

Alabama School of Math and Science (ASMS) senior Ja’Nea James currently interns at the University of South Alabama (USA) Children’s and Women’s Hospital. Read More

Inside Look at Student’s Study Trip to Germany

Alabama School of Math and Science (ASMS) senior Savannah Green traveled to Germany this past summer for three weeks through an all‐expense paid study trip.  Read More