My name is John Hoyle and I work at the Alabama School of Math and Science. I’m writing to let you and your students know about our outstanding academic-oriented summer camp for middle school students. The Adventures In Math and Science summer program offers assorted, hands-on learning experiences in a variety of subjects, including math, science, language, history, and more.
This year, camp will run for two sessions. Session 1 (June 3-7) is an overnight or day camp. Session 2 (June 10-14) is an overnight or day camp. Students can sign up for one week or two weeks. Over night camp tuition is $375 and is all-inclusive. Day camp is $275 and includes lunch. Interested students should visit www.asms.net for additional information and to download an application.
We are also offering interested students a chance to earn free tuition by participating in our video scholarship contest, which can also be found at www.asms.net.
Some classes offered:
ACT Prep; Alchemy of Harry Potter; Sign Language 101; Apps for Smart Devices; Codes and Ciphers; CSI: Mobile; Drawing Mathematics; Exploring Inner Space; History of Superheroes; The Importance of Being English: The Lifestyles of the Brits and the Aimless; Labs of Doom; LAND, SEA, and AIR: Basic Navigation, Buoyancy, Energy of Propulsion; Light Metals and Vitreous Enameling; Marine Biology; Mathematical Games with Martin Gardner; Mathematical Origami; Painting; Photoshop; PHUN PHYSICS; Psychology; Robotics; Rock and Roll History; Rocketry; Shakespeare’s Royal Tragedies: Games of Thrones on the Renaissance Stage; So You Want to be a MD?; Spanish Vacation; Sports FUNdamentals; Field Biology; Using Java with Web Pages; and Weird Food Science.
Thank you so much for helping us spread the word about this wonderful opportunity.
Director of AIMS