Alabama Bicentennial Schools Initiative

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The Alabama Bicentennial Schools Initiative, which was founded by Governor Kay Ivey in 2017, "encouraged all public, private, and homeschool students and teachers to participate in the celebration of Alabama's 200th anniversary of statehood." The schools took part in several community projects, including oral history projects, community gardens, and mentorship programs. Each school also received a $5,000 Governor's Award to support its continued commitment to student-led community engagement.

Alabama Bicentennial Schools of Excellence

  1. Athens High School, Athens
  2. Auburn High School, Auburn
  3. Carver High School, Birmingham
  4. Chelsea Park Elementary School, Chelsea
  5. Clark-Shaw Magnet School, Mobile
  6. Cedar Bluff School, Cedar Bluff
  7. Hamilton Elementary School, Hamilton
  8. Headland Middle School, Headland
  9. Kilby Laboratory School, Florence
  10. Montana Street Magnet School, Dothan
  11. Moores Mill Intermediate School, New Market
  12. Oakdale Elementary School, Tuscaloosa
  13. Phillips Preparatory School, Mobile
  14. Pinson Valley High School, Pinson
  15. Rachel Patterson Elementary School, Atmore
  16. Springville Elementary School, Springville
  17. Trenholm Primary School, Tuscumbia
  18. Vestavia Hills Elementary Cahaba Heights, Vestavia Hills
  19. Myrtlewood Elementary School, Fosters
  20. Walker Elementary School, Northport
  21. Webb Elementary School, Webb