St Clair County Schools

Every Student Prepared

Welcome to St. Clair County Schools

  • St. Clair County School System's purpose is to Prepare Tomorrow's Leaders Today. Our direction is to provide opportunities and challenges that will educate and prepare each student for college or career and adulthood in an ever-changing 21st Century. Our mission is to educate and prepare each student to succeed. We are continually seeking to adapt and improve upon best practices in education. Our school system is currently being re-evaluated for AdvancED accreditation and all of our high schools are operating under the A+ College Ready AP Initiative.

    Title IX is a federal anti-discrimination law which mandates recipients of federal funds, like school districts, to provide equal access to educational programs and services, regardless of gender, color, national origin, etc. The SCCBOE has appointed the principal at each school as the first point-of-contact for persons who have questions or concerns with Title IX issues. If such a concern arises and the local school principal does not provide an enough response to the concern, aggrieved persons may utilize the board’s formal grievance policy, found in this book, in order to pursue a solution to their problem.

    Although it is always preferable to attempt to solve problems at the local level, aggrieved persons also have the right to file a complaint with the United States Department of Education. Directions for completing such filings may be found at www.ed.gov.

    The St. Clair County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

    Melinda Splawn
    410 Roy Drive
    Ashville, AL 35953
    (205) 594-7131

Announcements

  • Due to COVID-19, we are following the guidelines of the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Alabama Department of Education.  Currently they are requesting that schools start at a later date.

    Our pre-approved calendar has St. Clair County Schools starting on August 13th.  The 2020-2021 school start date is subject to change and dependent upon recommendations issued by the ADPH and ALSDE.

    All efforts will be made to keep you informed.

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  • Bullying Anonymous Reporting

    You may read our board policy and/or fill out the Bullying Notification Form to submit a bullying notification to the Board of Education directly. Otherwise, report a bullying incident anonymously here. The appropriate administrators will be notified completely anonymously.

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