The professional counseling staff at Prattville High School provides two main areas of service to students and advisors. Guidance is provided to students in the areas of curriculum selection and information services including vocational, colleges, trades, testing, and scholarship information. Guidance is provided for advisors on request concerning curriculum requirements, conducting conferences, and any other of the areas already mentioned. Counselors solicit student referrals and advisors using forms and guidelines provided. Counselors will at all times keep their conferences with students confidential.
A cumulative record on each student is kept in the records office to be used by the counselors and advisors for working with individual students. Each advisee's record will be copied and placed in folders for advisor's use. The confidential disclosure record should be signed by those viewing records. This record is located in the records office. An official copy of the student transcript can be requested electronically through Parchment.com. The registrar may be contacted with questions about record maintenance at Tricia.Horn@acboe.net.
After school tutoring is available to all high school students on a variety days and in various subject areas. Please refer to the information below to find a time convenient for you:
BETA Club Members- Offers tutoring, dates and times TBA.
National Honor Society- Offers tutoring, dates and times TBA.
First Baptist Church in Prattville offers math and science tutoring on Tuesday nights from 6:30pm until 8pm.
The church is located at Washington and 3rd Street. Use the 3rd street entrance, first floor of the adult education building. For more information call 365-0606.
Ms. Kristi Cook (10th Grade)(334) 365-8804 EXT. 23009
Dr. Sharon Ross (9th Grade) (334)365-8804 EXT. 23023
Ms. Angela M Thornton (12th Grade) (334)365-8804 EXT. 23022
Ms. Lydia G.Thigpen (11th Grade) (334)365-8804 EXT. 23053
NCAA Eligibility Center for Athletes
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 states that "No otherwise qualified individual with disabilities in the U.S. shall, solely by reason of his or her disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving financial assistance." Students who are covered by Section 504 are those who have a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. Major life activities may include caring for one's self, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, eating, sleeping, standing, lifting, bending, reading, concentrating, thinking, and communicating.
Remember: The purpose of 504 is to level the playing field for students and to ensure that students with disabilities receive an equal opportunity to ACCESS school facilities, the general education curriculum, and school programs and activities. Examples of students who may qualify for Section 504 services:
A student with a long-term, debilitating medical problem
A student with a chronic medical problem
A student with a mental illness
REMEMBER: There is NO disability that automatically qualifies a student for 504 services. A timely and comprehensive evaluation MUST ALWAYS be conducted prior to determining 504 eligibility.
HOW TO MAKE A REFERRAL TO 504:
A parent can make a referral to the 504 Eligibility Team.
A recent medical or psychological diagnosis, signed by a doctor within the last year, should be submitted to the school 504 Coordinator, Mrs. Melanie Ward.
The 504 Coordinator will accept the written diagnosis and gather other pieces of information including the following: BBSST intervention strategies (if available), Health Form (if available), parent information, student's transcript, most recent report card, progress grades, Graduation Exam results, ACT scores, previous standardized test scores, attendance reports, discipline reports, work samples, and teacher observations.
The 504 Eligibility Committee will make a team decision concerning 504 eligibility. If the student is determined to be eligible, an appropriate 504 Plan will be written and implemented.
Alabama Career Information Network
American Society of Engineers
This year the Montgomery Branch of ASCE will be awarding a $1,500, $1,000 and $500-dollar scholarship to three graduating high school seniors planning to enroll in civil engineering. Starting in 2002, this organization wishes to recognize key individuals who actively participate in extra-curricular activities and/or community service while excelling academically.
The Student Applicant must be a Graduating Senior and:
Must be enrolled in a high school in the geographic area of the ASCE Montgomery Branch, which consist of Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes, and Montgomery Counties.
Should be planning to enroll in an engineering curriculum.
Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on the following selection criteria:
High School GPA and extracurricular activities
Essay – “Why I want to be a Civil Engineer”
Church's Chicken Scholar Program
The Church's Partners Foundation, Inc. (CPF) has established a scholarship program to assist high school seniors residing in twelve eligible states who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs. Scholarships are offered each year for part-time or full-time study at an accredited U.S. institution of the student's choice.
The program is administered by Scholarship America, the nation's largest designer and manager of scholarship, tuition assistance and other education support programs for corporations, foundations, associations and individuals. Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability or national origin.
Applicants to the Church's Community Scholars Program must:
Be living in one of the following twelve states: AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, LA, MO, MS, NM, NV, TN, TX.
Be graduating high school seniors or be graduating from home school education in the U.S.
Plan to enroll part-time or full-time, without interruption, for the entire upcoming academic year at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the U.S.
Have a minimum grade point average of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent).
Be a U.S. citizen or a legal U.S. resident.
Officers, directors and children of officers and directors of CPF are ineligible to apply. Employees of Cajun Operating Company and its franchisees may not apply, but children of employees may apply.
If selected as a recipient, the student will receive a $1,000 award.
Awards are one-time only.
Awards are for undergraduate study only.
Start by clicking on the Register to Apply link at the bottom of this page. You will need to read and agree to a consent statement, supply a unique and valid email address, and create a username and password. You are now able to log into the application.
Correspondence throughout the application process will be by email and US postal mail. E-mail messages will be sent to the username and email address registered when you created your account. Students failing to use a valid active email account that will accommodate bulk mail may not receive consideration. Be sure to add email@example.com to your contacts or address book and check your email regularly!
Complete the application by entering data in the format described. Proper punctuation and standard capitalization (Jill Smith, 10 Main Street, New York, NY) must be used.
During the application process, you may leave the site prior to submission by clicking on the Save and Log out link located on each application page. To return to the application, you must login using your username and password.
Once all application requirements are satisfied, the "Lock and Submit Application" button will be available to you near the bottom of the Review Application page.
Carefully review your entire application before clicking the Lock and Submit Application button.
Applications are evaluated on the information supplied; therefore, answer all questions as completely as possible.
Applications must be submitted electronically by the application deadline in order for your application to be processed.
After the application is successfully submitted, no further additions or changes can be made. You will no longer have access to your application account or data.
We recommend that you print a hard copy of your application for your records. Do not send a printed copy to Scholarship America.
Scholarship America will email acknowledgment of receipt of all submitted applications.
Interested in Engineering?
Students who plan to play a sport beyond the high school level, need to register for the NCAA CLearinghouse during their Sophmore or Junior year. See Mr. Thigpen for more information.