Eligible high school students may enroll in college classes concurrently with high school classes, either on the College campus or at the high school, and receive both high school and college credit.
The Fayette program serves nine schools located within the five counties of the Bevill State Community College Service Area: Winfield High School in Marion County; Lamar County and South Lamar High School in Lamar County; Hubbertville, Berry, and Fayette County High School in Fayette County; Gordo, Pickens County and Aliceville High School in Pickens County.
The Hamilton program serves nine high schools in Lamar, Marion, and Winston County.
The Sumiton Campus serves nine high schools in Walker and Jefferson County. Those schools are Carbon Hill, Cordova, Corner, Curry, Dora, Jasper, Minor, Oak Grove, and Oakman High Schools.
The Fayette program serves nine schools located within the nine counties of the Bevill State Community College Service Area: Brilliant, Hamilton, and Marion County High Schools in Marion County; Lamar County and Sulligent High Schools in Lamar County; Berry, Fayette County, and Hubbertville High Schools in Fayette County; Pickens County High School in Pickens County.
The Talent Search Program identifies and assists individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education.
...The opportunity to prepare highly qualified and motivated students for progression through a technical training program.
...Access to state-of-the-art industry equipment and standard training aids to gain advanced skills necessary for today’s workforce.
...A chance to earn high school and college credit - 4 to 6 credit hours of dual enrollment per term and a short-term certificate in Automated Manufacturing. Students also have the option of adding 9 additional hours to receive a short-term certificate in Industrial Plant Technician.
...Instruction that meets industry standards for advanced technology jobs at local industries.
...Exposure to career exploration, internships, and job opportunities upon graduation.