What We Offer:
Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are taught at all grade levels. A MCPSS Curriculum Guide or Manual is available to all teachers for each subject. You may get a Curriculum Guide by visiting our website: http://www.mcpss.com.
Career Technical Education classes are available in every school, with transportation to CTE Centers for specialty programs.
College credit can be earned by students enrolled in advanced placement classes and through dual enrollment classes.
MCPSS offers many extracurricular programs -- including first class athletics for boys and girls -- and superior fine arts programs in music, dance, drama and the visual arts.
Comprehensive special services are available for special needs students, including gifted students, on all campuses and transports students when necessary to school sites for exceptional education services not available on the zoned campus.
Several high schools have adapted theme programs and offer curriculum exceptional to their themes:
· Allied Health -- Blount
· Advanced Academies and Performing Arts -- Baker
· Advanced Career Academy -- Citronelle
· Banking and Finance -- Williamson
· Coastal Studies -- Vigor
· Engineering -- Davidson
· International Baccalaureate -- Davidson and Murphy
· International Studies -- Murphy
· Pre-Law -- LeFlore
· Pre-Medicine -- LeFlore
In addition, several high schools plan to offer the following themes in the near future:
· Marine Science / Aquaculture -- Bryant
· Horticulture and Plant Sciences -- Montgomery
· Multi-Craft School and Millwright -- Rain
· Informational Technology -- Satsuma
· Academics and Career Center -- Theodore
Frequently Asked Questions:
► Are Mobile County Schools accredited?
Yes. All 98 Mobile County Public Schools are accredited through the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
► What are the 3 types of diplomas offered?
Parents and students have the option of an Alabama High School Diploma,
and Alabama Occupational Diploma or an International Baccalaureate.
► What do I need for registration?
You will need an original birth certificate and original Social Security card;
immunization card; and 2 proofs address. Driver's license cannot be used as a proof of address.
► What is the Alabama High School Graduation Exam?
The AHSGE is a state mandated test that ensures students achieve basic standards.
To graduate, a student must pass Language Arts, Math, Reading, Social Studies and Science sections.
► If my child is transferring from an out-of-county school system, will a placement test be required?
As long as the child is transferring from a Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools (SACS) accredited system, no placement test is required.
► What are CRTs?
"CRTs" -- or Criterion Reference Tests -- are designed to test content
standards in each core subject. CRTs are developed and administered to determine
if the specific content was learned.
► Who do I call for -
Attendance/School Zones -- 221-4256
Curriculum and Instruction -- 221-4141
English Language Learners -- 221-5189
Special Education -- 221-4220
Transportation --- 221-5260
MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
Dr. Roy Nichols, Jr. - Superintendent
Mrs. Martha Peek - Deputy Superintendent
Dr. Carolyn Lee Taylor - Assistant Superintendent
Ms. Antoinette Worsham - High School Coordinator
DIVISION OF CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION
HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION OFFICE
1 Magnum Pass
Mobile, AL 36617