School of Math and Science offers summer program
Published 5:21 pm Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Summer programs are being planned for high school students to enhance education opportunities not found in typical public school settings.
The Adventures in Math and Science summer program at the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science offers courses in creative writing, Model United Nations, Spanish, painting and drawing, recreational math, geometry with computers, marine biology, chemical forensics, chess, and much more.
Students entering the eighth, ninth and tenth grades are invited to attend this scholarly academic camp at the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science in historic downtown Mobile.
At AIMS (Adventures in Math and Science), students have the opportunity to take fun, hands-on courses that can help them gain an advantage in high school and beyond. The average class size is 16 students.
During each of the two one-week sessions of AIMS, students live in spacious and safe dorms, while being supervised by trained program counselors.
Free time activities include swimming, tennis, basketball, pool, table tennis, and more.
Tuition for one week is $325 and includes all meals. The first session of AIMS runs from June 18-22 and the second session runs from June 25-29.
For more infomation or to download an application for the summer programs, visit www.asms.net or call Shirley Lee at 251-441-3181.
The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science is Alabama's only public, residential high school for sophomores, juniors, and seniors pursuing advanced studies in mathematics, science, and the humanities. Throughout its history, ASMS has enrolled students from every county in Alabama.