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Sylacauga City Schools is the cornerstone of big things happening in our community. The school system supports four schools educating more than 2,300 children in grades PreK through 12.


Of our 180 certified teachers, 16 are National Certified Board teachers. More than half of our students ride school buses on one of 16 different routes throughout the city. Last year Sylacauga High School seniors rose to a 90% graduation rate, earning more than $2.5 million in scholarship opportunities.  

Nearly half of all high school students are enrolled in Advanced Placement courses, and more than 1,500 students are enrolled in Career Tech courses preparing them for future success in college, their careers, and the community.

Last school year more than 91,000 breakfasts were served and over 255,600 healthy lunches were eaten by hungry kids.

Twelve different athletic sports are offered, as well as Art, Band, Choral Music, and Theatre. Additionally, a wide variety of extra-curricular clubs and organizations provide enrichment experiences for a well-rounded education and teaching social and leadership skills.

The Sylacauga City Schools Foundation provides grant funding to supplement the classroom experience for students.

Both Indian Valley and Pinecrest elementary schools are designated “Leader in Me” schools, and Pinecrest was named a 2014-2015 CLAS Banner School.

District News

Sylacauga boys claim county tournament crown with 72-71 victory over rival Talladega
LINCOLN --  Antwane Cook hit the game-winning free throw with 8.5 seconds remaining in regulation to lift Sylacauga past Talladega, 72-71, in the... Read More

Dr. Freeman's January 2016 Blog: "Left, Right, and Economic Vitality"
In the book of Judges the story is told of Ehud, sent by God to restore Israel after a foreign king had taken power over them. God used Ehud to deliver... Read More

U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers presents flag to Sylacauga Board of Education
U.S. Congressman Mike Rogers on Thursday presented a flag that had flown over the U.S. Capitol to the Sylacauga Board of Education. The flag now flies... Read More

SHS Students win JV Scholars Bowl Competition
Sylacauga, AL…Talent comes in all forms and the SHS Junior Varsity Scholars Bowl Team flexed their talents by bringing home the top prize at the... Read More

Construction projects continue at Sylacauga City Schools
  January 14, 2016 For Immediate Release Sylacauga, AL…Numerous construction projects have been underway around Sylacauga City Schools... Read More

2015-2016 Student Code of Conduct
The 2015-2016 Student Code of Conduct was approved by the Sylacauga Board of Education at its monthly meeting, July 28, 2015.   To view the... Read More

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