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Tuscaloosa County School System | Tuscaloosa City School System & Private Schools

The Tuscaloosa County School System has a rich heritage of educational progress since its establishment in 1871. Thirty-two schools, located throughout the county, provide comprehensive, community-based learning centers for students enrolled in kindergarten through grade twelve.

The County system also operates a regional education center designed for special classes for handicapped and the TARGET program, providing a challenging curriculum for gifted students. From early intervention and preschool programs to an instructional program at all levels that combines academic, workplace, technical and social skills, the Tuscaloosa County schools have achieved high levels of results.

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Brookwood Elementary School

Brookwood Middle School

Brookwood High School

Buhl Elementary School

Collins Riverside Middle School

Cottondale Elementary School

Crestmont Elementary School

Davis Emerson Middle

Duncanville Middle School

Echols Middle School

Englewood Elementary

Faucett-Vestavia Elementary
School

Flatwoods Elementary School

Hillcrest High School

Hillcrest Middle School

Holt Elementary School

Holt High School

Huntington Place Elementary

Lake View Elementary School

Matthews Elementary School

Maxwell Elementary School

Myrtlewood Elementary School

Northport Elementary School

Northside Middle School

Northside High School

Sipsey Valley High School

Sipsey Valley Middle School

Sprayberry Regional Education
Center

Taylorville Primary School

Tuscaloosa County High School

Vance Elementary School

Walker Elementary School

Westwood Elementary

Tuscaloosa City School SystemThe Tuscaloosa City School System serves students from kindergarten through grade twelve that reside in the City of Tuscaloosa, as well as provided extensive and expanding pre-school and technical education opportunities.

The City system has 24 campuses offering a wide range of academic opportunities including: Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, American Studies, Athletics, Fine Arts Programs, Tuscaloosa Center for Technology, Oak Hill School offering specialized services for handicapped students, and a variety of other educational enrichment opportunities.

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Alberta Elementary School

Arcadia Elementary School

Central Primary School

Central High School

Eastwood Middle School

Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School

Northington Elementary

Northridge High School

Oak Hill School

Oakdale Primary School

Paul W. Bryant High School

Rock Quarry Elementary
School

Rock Quarry Middle
School

Skyland Elementary School

South Elementary School

South Middle School

Tuscaloosa Career & Technology Academy

Tuscaloosa Magnet Elementary

Tuscaloosa Magnet Middle

University Place Elementary
School

University Place Middle School

Verner Elementary School

Westlawn Middle School

Woodland Forest Elementary
School

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Tuscaloosa County has some innovative and successful private schools. Some are religious-based; some are college preparatory. They include Tuscaloosa Academy , The Capitol School,American Christian Academy , Tuscaloosa Christian School, Holy Spirit School and Open Door School.

Regardless of what high school they graduate from, students who want a higher level of academic work have some great options right in their own hometown.

The Capitol School is a private school located on historic Capitol Park in downtown Tuscaloosa. The March, 2006 issue of Edutopia features its selection by the George Lucas Foundation as one of the 12 most innovative schools in America. Founded in 1993 to implement the best practices in teaching and learning, The Capitol School serves 120 students from age 2 ½ through high school graduation. The Multiple Intelligence curriculum is based on the work of Harvard professor, Dr. Howard Gardner. All students have a wide range of opportunities to learn using small group and individualized instruction. Students from 52 countries have enrolled in this internationally accredited school over the past decade. The school is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. with flexible schedules available to Preschoolers through Elementary. All students take classes in Spanish, German, Art, Advisory, Music (KinderMusik, Orff, violin, piano, handbells & chorus). Intramural sports include weekly lessons in soccer, swimming, basketball, gymnastics or tennis. Middle schoolers also have access to racquetball, Taekwondo, horseback riding and life guard classes. High school students are dually enrolled in college classes each semester to earn college credits while still in high school. (Children pictured to the right are from The Capitol School)

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