Military & Athletics


    Branches of the U.S. Armed Forces

    • Marines
    • Navy
    • Air Force
    • Army
    • Coast Guard
    • National Guard
    • Reserves

    If you would like to pursue an interest in the military, you must take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery). The ASVAB is a multiple-choice test used to determine qualification for enlistment in the U.S. Armed Services. See Ms. Haskins, HHS College & Career Counselor, for information about taking the ASVAB at a local center.

    Sixth Congressional District Academy Night
    TBA - Date, time, and location
    Information provided to students and families interested in applying to one of five U.S. Service Academies (Army, Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, Merchant Marines)
    Representatives from each Academy as well as Congressman Gary Palmer will speak

    If you have an interest in playing sports at the collegiate level, your first step is to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. High school students can register at any time by visiting It is suggested that students register during their sophomore or junior year. When you register with the NCAA, please contact the HHS College & Career Counselor and the HHS Athletics Office.

    In addition to registering, students will need to send a transcript to the NCAA. Transcript requests should be made by seeing the HHS registrar, Dayna Neece, in the counseling suite. Also, standardized test scores (ACT or SAT) must be sent to NCAA directly from the testing center. NCAA will not accept test scores posted on a high school transcript.  Students are responsible for requesting that test scores be sent to NCAA.  Log into your ACT or SAT (College Board) account online to request scores to be sent.

    There are specific courses that the NCAA will count toward the required number of courses needed to determine eligibility. During the course selection process, let your grade level counselor know if you are planning to register with the NCAA. Also, check with your counselor before enrolling in any online get-ahead or credit recovery courses.


    University of Montevallo eSports team opportunity
    Would you like to play video games as a competitive sport? The University of Montevallo is launching its eSports team in the fall of 2019. In addition to debuting an eSports team, UM offers a minor in Game Studies and Design (GSD). Earning a minor in GSD provides students the unique opportunity to academically explore the interdisciplinary concepts involved in game studies and design from a liberal arts perspective. Interested? Fill out an interest form at