College Information

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Resources and Information

ACT Test Dates

Maplesville High School

School Code:  011-705

Chilton County Schools Enrollment Packet

Required documents for enrollment:

  • 1.  Chilton County Schools Enrollment Packet (Click HERE to print)
  • 2.  Copy of Birth Certificate - not required, but requested for age verification
  • 3.  Copy of Social Security Card - not required, but requested for verification
  • 4.  Proof of Residency in Chilton County - this may include a driver's license, utility bill, or
  •      residential lease.  (See Below for more information on Out-of-County Residents)
  • 5.  Immunization Record
  • 6.  Withdrawal forms from the previous school, including most recent grades
TUITION FOR OUT-OF-COUNTY RESIDENTS Each out-of-county student will be charged a $500 fee for tuition to a Chilton County school PER SEMESTER. Students must reside with their parent/guardian and furnish proof of such residency. Once the student has been granted permission from the enrolling school, the fee will be collected by the school  (Page 27 of the 2022-23 Student Parent Guide)

2022-23 Student Parent Guide

What is FAFSA?  To apply for federal student aid, such as federal grants, work-study, and loans, you need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Completing and submitting the FAFSA is free and easier than ever, and it gives you access to the largest source of financial aid to pay for college or career school.

Use the link on the right for more information on filling out your FAFSA form.

Chilton County Schools Student and Parent Resources
Click on the Chilton County Schools logo to find Student and Parent Resources
Potential Magazine
Click on the logo to explore Potential Magazine's website of resources for teens preparing for life after high school.