Kimberley Hicks

Phone   (334) 387-1910

Fax       (334) 387-1920


My name is Kimberley Hicks and I am starting my 23rd year in education.  Until 2010,  I taught 9-12 Special Education here at Marbury.  Since then, I have served as school counselor.  I grew up in DeFuniak Springs, Florida and left there in 1992 to attend Troy State University, Troy, AL., where I met my husband.  I have been happily married to David Hicks from Millbrook,  a videographer/editor, educator, and pastor for 24 years.  We have two children, Sloan (20) and Logan (19), who are both living in Auburn, AL and attend college at Auburn University and Southern Union State Community College respectively.  We attend Harvest Fields Community Church in Deatsville, AL where my husband serves as co-pastor.  I have lived in the Marbury community for over 20 years and really enjoy the close family feel.  In my spare time, I enjoy vacations with my family, reading, and movie nights with my family.

Bachelors of Science in Special Education/Mild Learning and Behavior Disorders-Troy State University-1996
Masters of Education in School Counseling- University of West Alabama- 2008


Financial Aid Seminar by CACC
CACC Financial Aid Workshop

February is National Financial aid month and we wanted to let all of you know that we will be hosting a financial aid workshop in Prattville on Saturday, February 20th at 1:00 p.m. CACC will be hosting a free seminar Saturday, February 20th at their Prattville campus.

Mon Feb 15 11:42 AM

Virtual Session
Trenholm State Community College Information Session for Scholarships

Trenholm State Community College will host four ZOOM information sessions to share scholarship opportunities with incoming freshmen for the 2021-2022 academic year. The GPA requirement for a full-tuition scholarship is 2.5 or better. NO ACT score requirement. The sessions will be led by Valerie Allen-Porterfield, Director of Admissions, and Breshawn Skinner, Asst. Director of Financial Aid. The deadline has been extended to April 1, 2021.

Mon Feb 15 11:35 AM

Auburn University Virtual Information meeting

If you are interested in learning more information about Auburn University check out the virtual information meetings Friday, December 1th.

Tue Dec 01 01:45 PM

Virtual Visit
University of Montevallo Virtual Visit

Admissions Tour Talk for students interested in University of Montevallo.

Wed Nov 04 08:36 AM

College 101

Beginner's Guide to FAFSA

Scholarship Opportunities

Elizabeth Steere Scholarship

Elizabeth Steer Scholarship deadline is March 19, 2021

Mon Feb 15 11:28 AM

MAC Academic Scholarship

The Community Education Committee is proud to announce that there is an opportunity for 6 (six) high school seniors in the Montgomery (AL) Alumnae Chapter service area to receive the MAC Academic Scholarship ($500 per semester for 4 years) and The Benson Memorial Book Scholarship ($500 one time) will be awarded to 2 (two) high school seniors that reside in Autauga County. There is one application for both scholarships. Please spread the word. The application due date is March 15, 2021. For questions please email us at .

Fri Feb 12 08:04 AM

Todd Webb Scholarship

(Open to graduating seniors from any public or private high school in the State of Alabama who is planning to attend the University of Alabama to study in the College of Communication and Information Sciences) One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded annually to a graduate of any high school within the state of Alabama. Student must plan to attend The University of Alabama, studying in the College of Communication and Information Sciences. A focus on Sport Communication is preferred, but not required. A minimum 3.0 GPA and two reference letters are required. Application Requirements: High School Transcript, Two Letters of Recommendation Deadline: March 1

Mon Feb 08 08:30 AM

Paul Easterling Dixie Youth Scholarship

Established in memory of Paul Easterling, monies are available to graduates of any public or private Autauga County high school who have ever participated in Dixie Youth Baseball. Intended to recognize students who exemplify good sportsmanship on and off the sports field, students must: (1) provide an official school transcript reflecting a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or a minimum ACT score of 20, (2) provide two reference letters, and (3) write an essay of 500 words or less on the importance of sportsmanship in athletics.

Mon Feb 08 08:28 AM

Jerry L. Bartley Memorial Scholarship

Established in 2020 by the estate of and family and friends of Jerry “JB”, Bartley. This award was created to benefit and assist high school graduates who emulate the profound love, passion and commitment to the game of basketball that Jerry Bartley had throughout his life. To say that Jerry Bartley loved basketball is about as big of an understatement as you could possibly make. JB saw basketball as a way to change lives. He was convinced – and spent his every breath convincing others – that basketball offered an opportunity and a structure that many young people needed but did not have. It was frankly, he believed, a passport to a shot at a better life.

Mon Feb 08 08:25 AM

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