See the application attached below.
Bibb County High School takes suicide prevention seriously and encourages active communication among students and teachers. See the information provided for additional information regarding additional suicide prevention.
Early Dismissal on Wednesday, March 17
The NWS has placed all of central Alabama, including Bibb County, in the Moderate Risk category (Level 4/5) for Wednesday afternoon thru Early Thursday morning. The Moderate Risk indicates the possibility of strong long track tornadoes, damaging winds up to 80MPH, and golf ball size hail.
While the timing of the main line of these storms projects to be Wednesday evening into the night for our area, there will be the potential for some earlier thunderstorm formation in the late morning into the afternoon hours. While these earlier storms are not expected to produce strong long track tornadoes, they could reach severe status and will be monitored.
We all hope the forecast is off and that no violent storms or tornadoes impact our county (or state), but the NWS says the ingredients are there for the making.
All Bibb County Schools will dismiss 3 HOURS EARLY on Wednesday, March 17. All afterschool activities, games, practices, etc. will be cancelled. Should we suffer some significant storm damage or power outages in the overnight hours on Wednesday, there will be the possibility of a delay on Thursday morning.
Please remember that there are storm shelters at Woodstock Elementary School, West Blocton Elementary School, Bibb County Career Academy, Randolph Elementary School, and in Brent next to the Texaco/Wendy’s. Please double check your flashlights, battery operated radios, weather radios, cell phone chargers, and other severe weather preparedness.
The Trent McDaniel Morton Scholarship Fund was established in April 2007, after Trent was tragically killed in a four-wheeler accident. Since that time, more than $100,000 has been given to students all over the State of Alabama to help further their college educations.
Click the link to learn more about how to apply for this scholarship due April 1, 2021.
Here is a list of currently available scholarships from Shelton State: https://www.sheltonstate.edu/admissions-financial-aid/financial-aid/scholarships/
Scholarship applications are currently being accepted. The deadline for Institutional and Foundation scholarships is March 1, 2021. To apply for scholarships, students must complete an online application at www.sheltonstate.edu. Students must use their myShelton email address to apply for scholarships. The myShelton email address is assigned upon completion of the online admission application. Students must submit both photo ID and signature page to receive myShelton email address.
The state’s second Free Alabama College Application Week event for
this school year is being held from February 22-26.
During this weeklong effort, Alabama high school seniors will have
opportunities to apply for colleges and universities throughout our great state.
Many postsecondary institutions statewide have officially waived their application fees for this event including:
• Alabama A&M University
• Alabama State University
• Auburn University at Montgomery
• Coastal Alabama Community College
• Enterprise State Community College
• Huntingdon College
• Jacksonville State University
• Miles College
• Marion Military Institute
• Shelton State Community College
• Snead State Community College
• Spring Hill College
• Stillman College
• Talladega College
• University of Alabama
• University of Alabama in Huntsville
• University of West Alabama
• Troy University
• Tuskegee University
• University of Alabama at Birmingham
• University of Montevallo
• Wallace Community College-Dothan
• Wallace State Community College
BCHS students will need to complete a Google Form at the end of your application session or the end of the day for our counselor to submit your transcript to the college. If students do not submit their information via the Google Form, colleges will not receive transcripts. BCHS is not accepting email requests for this week.
Montevallo Esports 2021 Tryouts!
-Saturday, Feb 20th at the Magic City Eplex
-11am - 4pm (lunch provided)
-Scholarships are awarded to eligible players
-Rocket League, Smash Bros, Overwatch, and League of Legends
-Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Link to RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfHGRRl2E3eAOatoHZZ-aN8oLTAbYGnq05jVvM-YU-PmMR9qQ/viewform
BCHS Students, remember that tomorrow is an E-Day for all 9th and 11th graders. 10th and 12th grade students will be testing here at the school.
The testing is mandatory and failure to show will forfeit any extracurricular activities, co-op, being on the virtual platform, etc.
Please read the emails from Mr. Rhine concerning your testing area. Please do not be late.
BUCS scholarship is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship from Shelton State Community College (SSCC). Each year, SSCC selects up to 8 high schools and awards them this scholarship. We are very fortunate that Shelton State nominated Bibb County High School (BCHS) this year. With that being said, BCHS gets to elect one student from our graduating class. This scholarship will pay for 12 credit hours for Fall 2021 and 12 credit hours for Spring 2022 semester.
This scholarship is due Tuesday, February 16, 2021, by 11:59 pm.
Eligibility for this scholarship includes the following:
Accepted into Shelton State Community College
Have a valid A number
A 500-word (maximum) essay explaining your educational goal, why you choose Shelton State Community College, and how will this scholarship help you
Submit your application via Google Form
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.
-Ms. Gabby Pringle
Gabrielle S. Pringle
(she, her, hers)
Career and Technical Coach
Bibb County Career Academy (BCCA)
Bibb County Career Coach Facebook page
We’re reaching out to inform you of a pricing update for Parchment. Effective April 5, 2021 Parchment’s standard transaction fee for academic credentials will be $4.15. Transaction fees for Enrollment and Graduation Verifications will remain unchanged.