Shelby County Schools

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The Shelby County School System provides public schools for students in Shelby County except for municipalities that have formed their own school systems. At present, the only Shelby County municipalities that have their own school systems are Alabaster, Pelham, and those that have extended into Shelby County from Jefferson County. Enrollment for the 2009–2010 school year was 27,793 students served by 3,520 employees. The superintendent is Randy Fuller.

Alabaster voted to split from the Shelby County district on October 17, 2011, with the 6 schools inside Alabaster corporate limits officially moving from the county school district on July 1, 2013 for school year 2013-2014. Pelham followed suit, with its four schools transferring on July 1, 2014.

Board of Education

The Shelby County Board of Education offices are located at 410 East College Street in Columbiana. Board members are elected to staggered six-year terms. Board meetings are typically held on the third Thursday of each month.

Board members

Former board members

Superintendents

Schools

Shelby County currently operates 30 schools, including 14 elementary/intermediate schools and 13 middle/high schools.

High Schools

Middle Schools

Elementary Schools

Other Facilities

Former schools

References

  • Reed, Martin J. (July 23, 2014) "Helena High School's opening generating traffic flow concerns." The Birmingham News
  • Reed, Martin J. (July 24, 2014) "Steve Martin leaves a legacy after 26 years on Shelby County school board." The Birmingham News

External links

Shelby County seal.jpg Shelby County
Topics

Communities | County Commission | Schools | Sheriff

Cities

Alabaster | Calera | Chelsea | Columbiana (seat) | Harpersville | Helena | Indian Springs Village | Montevallo | Pelham | Vincent | Westover | Wilsonville | Wilton