Other Ways to Support ASMS

Your generous contributions directly support the Alabama School of Math and Science tradition of academic excellence.  As the state’s only fully public residential high school for sophomores, juniors and seniors seeking advanced studies in math, science and the humanities, the Alabama School of Math and Science was founded by the Alabama State Legislature in 1989 to better prepare Alabama’s future leaders.  While the operating budget for the school is supplied by the state, the facility is owned and maintained by the ASMS Foundation, a charitable organization that receives donations from businesses, individuals and other foundations.

Your tax-deductible donations support the mission of the Alabama School of Math and Science.  Every gift matters!


Contributions can be made as a way to commemorate a special occasion such as a birthday or anniversary, to honor a significant person or event, or to memorialize the loss of a loved one. These funds go into the foundation unrestricted account.

Purchase a signed and numbered print of the ASMS auditorium

To purchase a signed and numbered print of the ASMS auditorium by well-known local artist Eugenia Foster, contact Cyndy Baggett. Prints are $75 unframed.

Leave your name at ASMS forever by placing it on a brick; an auditorium chair, dorm room plaque, section of fence.

Buy A Brick, Chair, Dorm Plaque, Fence Plaque 




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We have partnered with Goodshop so that now you can feel great about your online shopping! Goodshop gives you the best coupons for thousands of stores like Target, Apple, Amazon, Petco and more AND a percentage of what you spend on virtually every purchase is donated to ASMS! Plus, with the Goodshop app for iPhone and iPad, you can shop, save, and give on the go.

Save money and help a good cause every time you shop! Check it out: You can also read about Goodshop in the New York Times, the Today Show, Oprah Magazine, the Wall Street Journal and others!


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