Events

2018-2019 APPLICATION INFORMATION AND DATES WILL BE POSTED SEPTEMBER 1, 2018

ASMS Day

ASMS Day is an event designed to showcase ASMS to prospective students and parents. The event will take place on Saturday, November 10 and Saturday, December 1. Parents and potential students are welcome to tour the campus and take part in classroom demonstrations. ASMS student Ambassadors will lead your group to these various demonstrations and answer any questions you have.

  • ASMS Day registration will be posted here by September 15, 2018. 

Statewide Informational Meetings

Every year, ASMS representatives travel to cities throughout Alabama and hold informational meetings to answer questions people may have about ASMS. They are all held in a central locations across state during the month of October. Meeting locations include Albertville, Alexander City, Anniston, Atmore, Auburn, Birmingham, Boaz, Enterprise, Florence, Greenville, Hamilton, Huntsville, Jasper, Livingston, Mobile (I & II), Montevallo, Montgomery, Selma, Thomasville, Troy, Tuscaloosa, and Wadley.

Registration Day

Registration Day is the first Saturday in May when all new students for the next school year come to ASMS to meet their fellow classmates, take placement tests, and learn what they need to know for the new school year. It gives parents the opportunity to meet each other as well. The day is full of tours and warmth from the current students welcoming the new students.

 

Adventures in Math and Science Summer Camp

Don’t waste your summer! Spend it at the Adventures in Math and Science (AIMS) summer camp at ASMS. AIMS offers an assorted, hands-on learning experience in a variety of subjects, including math, science, language, history and more. The camp is a wonderful opportunity for prospective students to see what ASMS is all about. Many ASMS teachers teach at the summer camp. Not only do campers get a chance to live in the ASMS dorms for a week, but they also get to participate in many fun afternoon campus activities with the school’s residential life staff. Students entering the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th grades can enroll. AIMS runs for three weeks in June as a day or overnight camp. The application for AIMS is an online process (payment, registration, class selection, form submission, etc.). Students can register for AIMS starting January 1.