Our History

Alma Bryant High School was formed in 1998 after two southwest Mobile County schools, Mobile County HS Tigers in Bayou La Batre and Alba HS Sharks in Grand Bay, joined together on one campus in Irvington, Alabama. The students were given the opportunity to select blue, white, and silver as our school colors and Hurricanes as our mascot.

Finally, the steering committee submitted names to the board for the new school, and the name was selected by majority vote. Miss Alma Bryant, a former principal at Alba HS and a former teacher at Mobile County High School (Grand Bay HS), was the inspiration for the name selected. With over forty years combined as a highly respected educator in south Mobile County, Alma Bryant signifies academics at the highest level as we build students who are College and Career Ready!

Our Vision

To create a culture of higher learning, higher standards, and higher expectations.

Our Mission

To unify several communities as one graduating body by enhancing the athletic, academic, artistic, and service talents of our individual students and of the school holistically, thereby, increasing their educational and social experiences as well as their personal growth.

Our Alma Mater

All Hail to thee our Alma Mater! Sings our loyalty.
O, may you keep us, Thine forever minds
and spirits free.
At Alma Bryant, Strong and brave.
Our gladsome voices sing.
When youth's bright morning fades away.
Thy praise shall ever ring!