Jasper City Schools
Jasper City Schools is a public school board, established in 1892, which serves the residents of Jasper. The system is overseen by the Jasper City Board of Education, whose five members are appointed by the Jasper City Council to serve staggered five-year terms. The superintendent for the system is Ann Jackson.
In 2021 the system was awarded $9,452,486 ($3,701/student) in federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Memorial Park Elementary School (K-5)
- T. R. Simmons Elementary School (K-5)
- West Jasper Elementary School (K-5)
- Maddox Intermediate School (6-8)
- Jasper High School, formerly Walker High School (9-12)
- North Highlands School (special needs pre-K through 21 years)
Jasper Board of Education
- Crain, Trisha Powell (October 25, 2021) "Alabama schools got $3 billion in federal COVID relief money. Where did it go?" The Birmingham News