Agriculture Science Pathway
The Alma Bryant students in our Agriculture Pathway represented our school with great showmanship at the 2022 Greater Gulf State Fair. Congratulations to all of our FFA students and their teacher, Mr. Green, for a job well done!
Coastal Environmental Pathway
Bryant High students in the Coastal Environmental Studies Pathway have been collecting and testing water samples from the Bayou La Batre watershed. This initiative is funded through a $15,000 grant in partnership with the Nature Conservancy, the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, and the city of Bayou La Batre.
Click on the picture below to view a video produced by MCPSS.
Academy of Fine Arts
Thavy Eng, a talented 12th grader in Mrs. Wheeler's Art III class, created this gird drawing of a friend. Thavy's dream is to attend The University of Montevallo to major in Computer Science and minor in Game Design. Alma Bryant is proud of you Thavy!
Our Fine Arts Department is hosting their Winter Extravaganza next week. Please come out and support these talented students. Scan the QR conde to purchase tickets.
Digital Design & Marketing
Students in our Digital Design and Marketing Classes used Canva to write thank you notes to our teachers and staff in coordination with Thank Alabama Teachers Month as proclaimed by Gov. Ivey. These students delivered graphics to their favorite teachers to show their appreciation for everything they do.
Alma Bryant Career Fair
Alma Bryant students were able to establish professional relationships with some of our local businesses and colleges during our 2022 Career fair to discuss potential jobs, internships, and educational opportunities. We would like to thank every business and college who came out to invest in our students.
Hospitality and Tourism
The Bishop State Culinary Department shared a collaborative lab opportunity with the Alma Bryant High School Culinary students. Chef Gabby Wilson from BSCC prepared the menu and provided the resources to complete a dessert, an entrée and two side dishes. All recipes prepared during the lab included miso as one of the main ingredients. Culinary students from Mrs. Marylane Jacob’s classes were able to share the skills that they have developed through the Restaurant, Food and Beverage Pathway. The students stated that they enjoyed preparing the delicious food and they look forward to more opportunities to work with Chef Wilson and her students again.
Congratulations to these young ladies as they will represent Alma Bryant High School 2023-2024 Mobile Azalea Trail Maid Court. (Pictured L-R) Jordan Lee, Ryleigh Kelley, Presli Turner, and Ansleigh Sprinkle.
Alma Bryant High School
Location: 14001 Hurricane Boulevard, Irvington, AL, USA