The Mission of Alma Bryant High School is to provide a productive learning environment that fosters personal growth and good citizenship and offers equal opportunities for each student to become a successful, responsible, independent, lifelong learner serving worthy purposes in society.
Alma Bryant High School was formed by combining Alba High School and Grand Bay High School. The students were given the opportunity to select a mascot. The vote came down to the Hurricanes or the Bulldogs with the Hurricanes becoming the final choice. School colors were also chosen by the students. They were not allowed to use any color used by either of the two high schools. The colors of blue, white, and silver were selected to represent Alma Bryant pride.
The steering committee submitted names for the new school to the board, and the name was selected by majority vote. Miss Alma Bryant, a former principal at Alba High School and a former teacher at Mobile County High School (Grand Bay High), was the name selected. With over forty years as a highly respected educator in south Mobile County, Alma Bryant signifies academics at the highest level.