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  Holly Norris, 10th Grade Counselor Phone Icon 221-3186 Email Icon Email






How do I see my counselor?


  • Email your counselor
  • Leave a note for your counselor in her box which is located in the front office. 


  • Call front office and schedule a conference
  • Email counselor
  • Call and leave message with counselor


SENIORS!!!!!  Click on this link to submit request for Transcripts to be sent directly to colleges after you have applied or/and if you need a transcript for a scholarship application.


You can also input my email address when you apply and the college will send me an email requesting your transcript.  One method will suffice. 


Join Mrs. Lee's Remind - Instructions can be found in "Forms"


Look in "Presentations" for Senior Information Power Point

KUDER Instructions found in "Forms" -


Did you know that billions of dollars are set aside each year to support students with education costs? In fact, there are numerous scholarship programs for female students that assist with education costs at any level (college through a postdoctoral level). With significant savings on education, these programs can really benefit college-bound students at Mobile County Public Schools. is committed to helping students of all demographics in paying for education with research on scholarships, grants, and more. Our new guide to The Best Scholarships for Women provides easy access to scholarship resources with helpful information on how to apply. These programs can benefit college-bound students at your with significant savings on education.

Join us in assisting female students at Mobile County Public Schools with paying for college. It’s as easy as adding a link to your list of resources here - - or wherever you see fit on Mobile County Public Schools' website.

Ashley Fuller
Outreach Team -
PO Box 961 | Seattle, WA 98101


Scholarships!!!!!! -  visit the website - 

Wonderful Website for finding the college and/or scholarship for you.



 Use the following website to help you prepare for ASPIRE(10th grade), ACT, and ACT WorkKEYS(seniors):

Username: murphy

Password: newton86


Mobile Public Library also has online test prep and skills review resources.  Search the website below for resources:   -  You will have to have your library card # to use. 






Subject:   ACT State and District Testing: ACT Online Resources for Examinees


We have provided a number of online resources to help   your examinees prepare to take the ACT, including the ability to take a   practice test in an online format.


Preparing for the ACT Test Taken Online is a free guide that provides instructions for taking   online practice tests and explains how to use the online application and   navigation system. Students who take the practice test online will not only   be able to see the types of questions that will appear on the test, but they   will also be able to become familiar with the testing application to better   navigate the online system on test day.


A practice test is also available to examinees taking the ACT on   paper. Preparing for the ACT Test offers practice test questions, starting on page 10.


An updated Examinee Tutorial also will be available soon   to assist examinees in preparing for their online test experience. Check back   to the same webpage for this   additional resource.


If   you have questions, you may:

  • Contact us electronically via the Contact Us web page at
  • Call us at 800.553.6244       
    • standard time, ext. 2800
    • accommodations, ext. 1788
  • Email accommodations questions to


Thank you,

The   ACT State and District Testing Team

Apply for federal student aid online using FAFSA on the web (the online version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA).  Applying opens on October 1st


SENIORS:  Please note that you must see Mrs. Enfinger regarding cap and gown, senior fees, senior supplies, or  graduation ceremony. 



 The Community Foundation’s Poarch Creek Indian Community Scholarship Fund is currently accepting applications and request that you share the information with others in the Mobile Public School System and community who can help inform students of the opportunity.    The criteria and online scholarship portal can be accessed by visiting our website (  A scholarship award will be made to one male student and one female student with the two primary evaluation criteria being merit and community service/engagement.   Last year, the scholarship awards were in the amount of $6,000 each.




The Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) and the Rotaract Club of Birmingham have partnered to launch the first state-specific scholarship database -

Launched in conjunction with College Application Week, Achieve Alabama is an online scholarship resource providing students, educators, and parents with an effective scholarship search tool and college preparation resource that has the capability to guide students through the entire college admission process.

According to the Alabama Commission on Higher Education, in 2015, 50 percent of Alabama high school graduates were enrolled in an Alabama public university or college, but one third of those students never received any financial aid. Founded by the Rotaract Club of Birmingham and the non-profit College Admissions Made Possible (CAMP) and Cappex, to make scholarship funding more readily available to high school students across Alabama, the site aims to bridge the information gap on how students learn about, research, and ultimately receive scholarships.

The site is cost-free and is available to all high school students in the state. It houses thousands of university-specific and private scholarships. The site also focuses specifically on local scholarship dollars that are awarded each year by Alabama businesses and private foundations.

 Click on this link: 



Have you had a chance to check out the Morris, King and Hodge scholarship
information that I sent over? The scholarship is open to Alabama high
school seniors and students enrolled in two or four year colleges or
universities. Participants must submit an essay of at least 1,000 words,
with the prompt being how can we educate our community about the dangers of distracted driving and what are some practical ways we can drastically reduce distracted driving related accidents. More information can be found
here; .





2017 Driver Safety Scholarship Fund -

Need money for school? Help save a life and   earn money for school by entering the Driver Safety Scholarship Fund.




More Scholarships and Scholarship Search Engines

All of these sites below are proven to be the best.  

Fastweb A  scholarship search engine that is specifically tailored to a student's interests and experience.

Cappex -








Chegg Scholarships








 College Counts Scholarship -  accepting applications now through March 1, 2018.

Website -


American Association of School Administrators

Disability Scholarships

U.S. Dept. of Education

Federal Employee Education & Assistance

U.S. Government Grants

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Susan G. Komen College Scholarship 

 Follow this link for information about Scholarships for Military Children -   


 Follow this link for scholarship info.   Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund



Veterans assist

Sallie Mae Scholarship Search

American Indian College Fund

Scholarship Hunter

Student Scholarship Search

School Soup Scholarship Search

United Negro College Fund

International Scholarship Search

International Students at U.S. Colleges

Merit Aid

College Net
Scholarship Search

Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund


20 Scholarships for minority students

Academic Common Market

Study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college, while paying in-state tuition rates.

Military dependent registry

Military children scholarships

One of the Best sites for results.

Students in Foster Care

Financial Aid


Official Government Site for Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


Avert the pitfalls!

Undocumented Students

NACAC gives great resources for those students without citizenship.

Federal Loans

FAFSA tips

Clep a Course

Student Loans

Government Programs

SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid

Student Aid

College Search Information

Academic Common Market

American Council on Education

Association of American Medical Colleges

ACT and CollegeNET

Association of American Medical Colleges Facts

AAMC Curriculum Directory

Alabama Colleges & Universities

Alabama Course Transfers (STARS)

This site informs students/parents regarding courses taken at any state college or university in Alabama that will transfer between the colleges.

Common App Member Schools

Big Future by College Board

This site contains a wealth of information for the college, major, and career search!

Brain Track College Guide

College Match

College Net

College QuickStart

College Bound

Careers and Colleges

College Atlas

College Board

College Comparison

College Essays

College Lists

College Admission 101

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) shares important information.

College Bound Network

College Admission BOOK

This is a GREAT resource.  All you ever want to know about college admission is in this book and on this website.  A wonderful informative resource for students and parents trying to navigate the college admission and financial aid process!  These authors can save you an enormous amount of time and stress.

College Lists of all kinds

See what a Professional Association (NACAC) of college advisors have created for public use.  A wealth of information, lists of all types.

Colleges requiring SAT subject tests

College Finder

Collegiate Walking Tour Videos

College Majors

The Common Application

European Council of International Schools

First Generation College Student

This site is a great resource for any student being first in their family to attend college.

Historically Black Colleges

Ivy League Admissions


Medical and Dental School Help

National Center for Education Statistics

National Association of College Admission Counseling Newsletter

Office of Post Secondary Education

Peterson's Guide

Princeton Review

SAT/ACT Optional for Admission

Schools in the USA

United Kingdom International Cultural Relations

Virtual College Fairs

Virtual Campus Tours

Career Search

Johnson O'Connor Aptitude Test

One of the BEST and most accurate instruments to assisting in finding the most appropriate career direction and college major.

Nursing School Info

STEM Careers

Underrepresented students fly-in

A great resource for minority students.

Mapping Your Future

See your counselor for I.D.

Alabama Career Information

Career and Financial Aid information

Keirsey Temperament Sorter


Science Careers

Alabama Career Information Network

Career Forward

College Athletics

College Sports Scholarships

NCAA Clearinghouse Basics

National Collegiate Athletic Association

Head Coach Web Search

Military Academies


Air Force


Coast Guard

ROTC Information


Air Force



Military Aid

Military Student Aid

Military Scholarships

Military College Aid

ROTC Information

Summer Programs

Peterson's Pre-College Summer Programs

Venture Scholar Summer Enrichment Programs

Career Summer Programs and Camps

Summer Enrichment Programs

Summer Opportunities

Summer Opportunities

Questbridge Summer

This is an opportunity for low-income students.  If accepted to the Questbridge summer program, a student will gain assistance in applying to highly selective colleges such as Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, and Duke.  If the student wins their scholarship and is accepted to one of those colleges, it could mean a fully paid four year scholarship.

National Student Language Immersion


ACT News You Can Use

Seniors prepare to complete the FAFSA.

Juniors:  plan ahead.

College Board

Educational Testing Service

No Test Requirement

Free Test Prep for PSAT

Questions about ACT/SAT

SAT subject tests

Test Prep-Princeton Review

Test Prep - Number2

SAT waitlist guidelines

Read policies regarding taking the SAT or SAT subject tests if you missed the regular registration deadline.

PSAT testing

Helpful information regarding PSAT


Convert SAT to ACT score

This helpful site allows one to compare admission test scores.

SAT score use at Colleges

Convert SAT to ACT scores

A handy tool to predict one admission test score using the other.

AP Information

College Board

College AP Policies

How to Prepare for College

Planning for College

A great resource for students and parents for the college planning process.

National Survey of Student Engagement


Find out what students say about colleges.

Essay Writing

Personal Statement

A former dean of a major university shares his insight on writing your personal statement....your college admission essay.

Transfer Colleges

NACAC resource

A professional organization gives support for students choosing to transfer colleges.


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