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Donate Today to the Million Dollar Legacy Fund.




Mrs. Valena McCants, Honorary Chairperson of the MCTS Million Dollar Legacy Fund.

The goal of the MCTS Million Dollar Legacy Fund is to do the following:

  • Hire a qualified Executive Director to head up the day to day operations for the Alumni and all major fundraising for the future
  • To develop programs and support activities that enhance educational opportunities for the community, grounded on the MCTS campus
  • To research, create and manage an Archive/Museum to house and showcase the many names, yearbooks, pictures, stories, artifacts and history of MCTS Alumni and all our descendants to the world
  • To create an endowment to sustain this legacy for years to com

MCTS Million Dollar Legacy Brochure

MCTS Million Dollar Legacy Fund Pledge Form

Welcome Whippets and Supporters

This website is designed and dedicated to capture both the memories and possibilities of all MCTS (high school) graduates, attendees, faculty, staff and supporters.

Mission Statement
The Mobile County Training School Alumni Association, a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to protecting, preserving, and promoting the history and achievements of the MCTS family, and its descendants, by documenting and recording, for posterity, the accomplishments and experiences of its family by awarding scholarships and publishing the Alumni experience to encourage others.

 

Values
The Assocaiation is commited to integrity, perseverance, transparency, and resiliency in pursuit of its mission.

 

Vision
Our goal is to share the MCTS Whippets story with the world.

US Senator Cory Booker’s visit to Africatown spurred strong and encouraging words for the environmental justice resistance throughout the greater Mobile region.

Read more by clicking on this link & please forward widely: http://bit.ly/bookerresistance



 

The Mobile Environmental Justice Action Coalition was formed in 2013 with the mission to engage and organize with Mobile’s most threatened communities in order to defend the inalienable rights to clean air, water, soil, health, and safety and to take direct action when government fails to do so, ensuring community self-determination.


Ike Kidd – 1959 MCTS Graduate

MCTS Oral History – Volume 1

MCTS Alumni Member – Retired Major Joe Womack (Class of 1968) speaking about Africa Town and it’s rich history.