Math Focus Weekend for Sophomores at ASMSA - December 2-3, 2016
Math Focus Weekend
Friday, December 2nd and Saturday, December 3rd
As an Arkansas high school sophomore (with at least a 3.25 GPA), you’re invited to stay overnight in the ASMSA Student Center in Hot Springs as a guest of one of our student Community Leaders.
Only prospective students will be allowed to stay overnight on campus. Family members will need to make their own arrangements.
Make plans to arrive between 5pm-7pm on Friday and stay through breakfast on Saturday morning.
Students will start their Saturday with a two-hour math activity hosted by faculty member Caleb Grisham (from 9-11am) before meeting up with their family members for an admissions presentation, campus tour, and lunch in the ASMSA Dophin Bay Cafe. Lunch will be provided at no cost to all family members.
All activities are scheduled to conclude by 1 pm.
Qualifications: You must currently be a sophomore in an Arkansas high school, have at least a 3.25 GPA, and sign up for only 1 focus weekend.
What to bring:
- Personal items
- Sleeping bag
- Overnight Permission Form
There is no charge to attend, but space is limited!
Follow these steps to get registered:
Step 1: Reserve a Male or Female Student ticket for your sophomore (which covers Friday and Saturday activities).
Step 2: Reserve a Family Member ticket for every member of your family that will be attending on Saturday so that we can get a good count for lunch.
Step 3: Fill in the blanks (as prompted) that are required for each ticket member.
Step 4: Check the emailed ticket confirmation you’ll receive for accuracy.
Step 5: Complete the Overnight Permission Form, Permission to Treat Form, and the Rules in Brief Form in the links below and bring with you on December 2nd. You may scan in the completed forms and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Email us at email@example.com
ASMSA Student Center
153 Alumni Lane
Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts
The mission of ASMSA is to create, encourage and sustain, throughout the State of Arkansas, an educational community of academically talented students, faculty and staff that pursues knowledge of mathematics, sciences and the arts.