Mrs. Holly Norris, 12th Grade Counselor & 10th Grade I-Q
Mrs. Rachel Graham, 11th Grade Counselor & 10th Grade R-Z
Ms. Hoyland Fields, 9th Grade Counselor & 10th Grade A-H
- USDA Scholarship Application.pdf / Deadline January 31, 2020
- MREA Scholarship Application / Deadline 2/4/20
- Washington Crossing Foundation / Deadline 1/15/20
- William F. Helms Internship Program
- USDA/1994 Tribal Scholars Program
- OPEDA Scholarship Program
- Saul T. Wilson, Jr., Scholarship Program
- Adel A. Malak Scholarship
- 2019 Mobile Alabama Bowl Letter and Application (1).pdf
- New Scholarships
- 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
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.
TheBestColleges.org 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.
Scholarships!!!!!! - visit the website www.cappex.com -
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):
Mobile Public Library also has online test prep and skills review resources. Search the website below for resources:
www.learningexpresshub.com - You will have to have your library card # to use.
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 Testoffers 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 act.org/stateanddistrict/contactus
- Call us at 800.553.6244
- Email accommodations questions to ACTStateAccoms@act.org
The ACT State and District Testing Team
The Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) and the Rotaract Club of Birmingham have partnered to launch the first state-specific scholarship database - AchieveAlabama.org.
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: www.achievealabama.org
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; http://www.mkhlawyers.com/scholarship/ .