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University of South Alabama Home School “Takeover”

by Kelly Dalgety

On Friday December 3rd, the University of South Alabama is hosting an event for homeschool high school students – recommended for juniors or seniors but high school students of all ages all are welcome. It is a FREE event, but you need to sign up so they know how many to expect! The direct link […]

Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year!

by Kelly Dalgety

MRCS is now welcoming NEW and returning families for the 2021-22 school year! If you know anyone interested in registering to join our MRCS covering, please feel free to share this link (https://www.mobilemrcs.org/contact/) to our website contact page where they can fill out the email form to get the enrollment/registration paperwork started! For our returning […]

MRCS Digital Gradebook

by Kelly Dalgety

MRCS Digital Gradebook 101 Tips & Tricks! Since grades were due last week, this is a great time to make sure your dashboard is set up correctly!  Make sure all of your student’s curriculum is entered and saved using the “courses” button. (If you haven’t entered and saved your student’s courses, you will NOT be able […]

Yearbook Committee

by Kelly Dalgety

Students in Jr. High and High School (7th-12th grades) are invited to join our 2020-21 MRCS Yearbook Committee! For more details and to sign up to help, please contact Kaylee Culpepper , who is heading up the team, or reach out to our Yearbook Sponsor, Chrystal Culpepper.

Azalea Trail Maid Applications

by Kelly Dalgety

If you have a High School Junior (girl) who is interested in applying for Azalea Trail, please contact Stacey Farni – All applications are due *THIS* Sunday, October 4th. Please download and print the form on our website HERE Completed forms should be mailed to: Stacey Farni, 3620 Traveler Dr., Saraland, AL 36571

MRCS Student Government Association

by Kelly Dalgety

MRCS Student Government Association What is SGA? SGA stands for Student Government Association; it is an opportunity for our high school students to present ideas and develop leadership skills. This group of elected “officials” meets on a monthly basis to organize activities and volunteer opportunities for MRCS high school/junior high students. SGA representatives are responsible […]