Rehobeth High School

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School Spotlight

  •  Students…Please bring nonperishable foods, cleaning supplies, and personal hygiene
    items for hurricane relief. We are collected it by grades so turn it in the following
    9th grade - Miss Goss
    10th grade - Miss Brannon
    11th grade - Mrs. Scott
    12th grade - Mrs. Skinner


    The final day to order yearbooks in March 7 th . The price is $55.00, please see Mrs. K. Chandler
    in room 61.


    REMIND Class of 2019 by texting 81010 and entering @hc63cg as the text



  •  Scholarship Information

    • Achieve Alabama – This is a search engine that was created by the State of Alabama Department of Education  to ensure that the local scholarships are in one place. It is relatively new and updated regularly. 
    • -  The free scholarship search is one of the most established and robust, tracking a reported $19 billion in scholarships.
    • Scholly – This is an app that matches students with scholarships based on the criteria that you enter about yourself.  Cost is 2.99 a month, one of the more expensive ones, but I hear is well worth it. 
    • College Green Light – this is a free scholarship search engine for first generation and underrepresented college bound students.
    • GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine – GoodCall integrates data and technology to make finding scholarships easier for students and their families.  And, unlike other scholarship search sites, they are totally free and open. You can view thousands of scholarships, filter results by specific requirements, and even search by competition level and entry difficulty.
    • – this company is owned by, it claims to have more than 1.5 million scholarships in its database.  Expect a flood of emails, which is why I suggested creating a separate email address for college. 
    • - Cappex allows students to search both schools and scholarships, with a database of more than $11 billion in scholarships.
    • Local Scholarships - check with your local businesses, civic organizations, churches, credit unions, banks, and your parents/grandparents place of employment.  



    FASFA – You must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) if you want to apply for federal and state financial aid. Many colleges and universities, especially public institutions, also require the FAFSA. You must submit the FAFSA every year that you want aid.

    • The FASFA is available in several formats, including online, PDF and paper versions. The best option is to complete the web-based version of the FAFSA at, known as FAFSA on the Web.

      You can start completing the FAFSA in OCTOBER using your parents 2018 taxes. This is a significant change for the better. The sooner you get this done the more money you can potentially get.  FASFA OPENS OCTOBER 1, 2018



    RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION  --  Returning students will receive a snapcode with their report cards to complete registration