The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts believes that outreach and enrichment programs are critical components of our work of improving the quality of learning and engagement in our state. As part of its legislative mission, ASMSA is committed to a wide portfolio of programs that engage, inspire, and promote learning for motivated students, whether it is through the residential program for Arkansas juniors and seniors; weekend programs for students in middle, junior and high schools around the state; or digital learning opportunities that focus on STEM and language topics among others.
ASMSA has developed several programs that allow students, community members and school districts statewide to benefit from the talented and dedicated ASMSA faculty. Our Science and Engineering Institutes (SEI) focus on STEM subjects for sixth- through ninth grades. We take the popular SEI program on the road with SEI@ for sixth through 10th grades. #g1rlsc0de offers young women in the eighth and ninth grades the opportunity to explore computer programming through multiple platforms.The STEM Pathways and Global Languages and Shared Societies (GLASS) Initiative programs assist school districts and educators in providing appropriately challenging learning opportunities to talented and motivated Arkansas high school students. Our Science and Arts Cafe lecture series allows community members to learn about and discuss topics relevant to science and art in a relaxed atmosphere.
To learn more about each of our outreach programs, please visit the individual pages listed on the right side of this page.
For updated program dates and other opportunities to participate in campus programs, visit our School Calendar.