Haleyville and Phil Campbell students make All-Alabama Academic Team

Faith Cook and Emma Engle (courtesy photos)

PHIL CAMPBELL -Northwest Shoals Community College (NWSCC) students Faith Cook and Emma Engle were named as two of 48 students in the state to the 2024 All-Alabama Academic Team. They were honored Friday (4/19) during a recognition program in Birmingham, Ala.
Cook and Engle will each receive a $1,000 scholarship for being selected to the All-Alabama Academic Team.
Cook, a Phil Campbell resident, plans to graduate from NWSCC and transfer to the University of Alabama to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Her dream is to become an engineer and make an impact in her community.
Engle, a Haleyville resident, plans to attend the University of North Alabama and earn a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education. Her goal is to become an English teacher.
NWSCC students submit applications to Phi Theta Kappa for the All-Alabama Academic Team. The criteria for selecting students is to choose students who “excel academically; demonstrate intellectual rigor in their course of study; show academic growth and potential; and use their two-year college education to better themselves, their schools and their communities.” Each community college in Alabama has two representatives.

The Alabama Community College System’s All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Program was established in 1995 as an enhancement to the All-USA National Academic Team Recognition Program, which is sponsored by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, the American Association of Community Colleges and USA Today.  

See complete story in the Northwest Alabamian.
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