In response to the spread of COVID-19 in our region, the Alabama School of Fine Arts campus and DJD Theater are closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. All schoolwork has transitioned to remote learning. Summer camps have been canceled. Faculty and staff are available through email. Please click here for a staff directory or click here for general inquiries.
College Advising


College admissions representatives: We welcome you to schedule a visit to ASFA through Scoir.


ASFA College & Career Advising assists students with developing long-range goals leading to college admission and guiding them through the process of discovering the best fit for their particular college placement.  The college and career advisor also works in conjunction with the specialty faculty in aligning the students’ experience with future career opportunities. Two places to begin your college & career journey include Frequently Asked Questions and Paying for College.

For detailed information regarding college and career advising, college visits, application procedures, news & announcements, please log in to your 
SCOIR account

ASFA's CEEB or School Code is 010-326.

For the Class of 2020, there are 61 students in this year's graduating class, and your graduation date will be May 15, 2020.

When completing college or scholarship applications where it asks for Counselor Information, please use Ms. Rutsky's information (below) instead of your grade-level counselor's:

Rebecca Rutsky
College & Career Counselor
1800 Rev. Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd.
Birmingham, AL 35203
Ph: (205) 252-9241
Fax: (205) 458-0378