April 6, 2006 RSS feed / Schools

Womanless beauty review held recently

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored a Womanless Beauty Review on Friday, Mar. 24. Bubbett Barnes, the 2005 "Beauty Queen", (aka Bubba Barnes) was appropriately "dressed" to crown his successor to the delight of the student body. More...

Various clubs involved in different fund raisers

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) president Millie Buckley and sponsor Ashlie Flowers will attend the State Conference in Birmingham on April 6 and 7. More...

Determining Val, Sal for senior class

Schedule pre-registration for the 2006-2007 school year was held during the week of March 20. Students and parents are reminded that the requested schedule needs to be signed and returned to the guidance office by the deadline. More...

Blind Mobile student not handicapped by loss of sight

Granddaughter of local residents

In her large backpack the size of a suitcase, 14-year-old Montana Wimberley doesn%27t carry pads and pencils with her to class at Causey Middle School in west Mobile. More...

Poster winners for Black History month

As part of Black History Month, students were asked to participate in the "I Have a Dream" essay and poster design contest. More...

CCHS band performs at Mardi Gras in Mobile, New Orleans

The Clarke County High School Royal Band of Blue was extremely busy for the past few months. In January, the band participated in a parade celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Lisman. More...

Expectation high after recent Exit Exam

As you can see, these past weeks have been very busy. We have just completed the Alabama High School Graduation Exam and have high expectations for the results. More...

Clarke school system borrows $8.5 million for various projects, including new CCHS construction

The Clarke County Board of Education approved the issuance of school warrants for capital improvement projects during a special call meeting, Thursday, March 23 at noon. More...

CCHS student named All-American Scholar

The United States Achievement Academy recently announced that Henry B. Briggs III of Grove Hill has been named an All-American Scholar. More...