Residence Halls

ASMS is home to four residence halls. Each of the four halls in the Boys’ and the Girls’ residence halls are named after famous scientists: Curie, DaVinci, Einstein, and Newton. These halls also comprise teams in hall competitions that happen throughout the school year. At the end of the year, the hall that has accumulated the most points wins the hall competition.

Girls’ Residence Hall

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The girls’ residence hall is a four-story building with eight halls and eight spacious, newly renovated community bathrooms. Each floor has a common area that features comfy furniture, flat-panel TVs, kitchenettes, and other comfortable amenities. All rooms accommodate two students and feature two beds, two armoires, two nightstands, and two desks. Students enjoy the privilege of decorating their own dorm rooms. Refrigerators are permitted. Furthermore, there is an honors dorm for girls on the fourth floor of the Humanities Building which houses up to 13 girls who apply to live there after their first year on campus. It’s a little quieter than the regular residence hall.

Boys’ Residence Hall

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The boys’ residence hall is a two-story building with four hallways. Each room accommodates two students and features two beds, two armoires, two nightstands, and two desks. There are also two large common lounges with kitchens on each floor. This area is accessible during certain hours of each day. There are also large, newly renovated community bathrooms on each floor.

Halls

Curie and DaVinci

Einstein and Newton