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  • Alabama's Top 25 high schools in 2018 U.S. News ranking

    U.S. News and World Report's 2018 edition of the nation's best high schools has been released. Spotlighting outstanding public high schools throughout the country, the rankings are based on academic performance, graduation rates and how well the schools prepare students for college-level courses. U.S. News looked at 20,500 public high schools for these rankings. Rankings are based on academic performance of all students, including disadvantaged groups, including minority and low-income students.

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  • 30 Alabama high schools doing the best job preparing students for college

    In the fall of 2017, there were roughly 20.4 million students in American colleges and universities, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. That figure represents an increase of about 5.1 million since the fall of 2000. Not all students are equally prepared, however. As a recent Niche ranking showed, some schools are doing a better job of preparing their students for college.

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  • Cherokee Elementary makes the Niche top 10 list

    Where are Alabama's top teachers? Niche has issued its 2018 list of the Alabama public schools with the best teachers. Several factors went into the rankings, including academics; parent and student surveys; teacher absenteeism and salaries; the number of teachers in their first or second years; and student-teacher ratios. Here are Niche’s 15 Alabama public schools with the best teachers:

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  • POWER SCHOLARS ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP

    Calling all "scholars" Kindergarten completer through rising Sixth Grader who want to have a ball this summer learning new and exciting things, going on adventures and making new friends! Go to Community Education/Programs (directly above) and there you will find the link to register on-line right now! You may also visit the Extended Adventures After School program on the campus of GES and meet Hunter Calvert, Site Director, who will help you register your scholar for the most exciting summer EVER! Contact Hunter at 256-572-5167 or 256-714-4863 or hunter.calvert@ymcahuntsville.org Parents: Scholarships to attend are available if you qualify for FREE or REDUCED meals at school! DON'T miss this fantastic opportunity available for your bright scholar!

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  • WORD OF THE WEEK - Motivation: /the desire to move toward a goal.

    Parent Tip: Stress the importance of setting goals and working hard to reach them.

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  • 2017 Best School Districts in Alabama

    The 2017 Best School Districts ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, public school district ratings, and more.

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  • The Schools of Guntersville Mobile App - Stay Connected

    The Schools of Guntersville have a mobile App for iPhone and Android.

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  • Engineering Academy

    Guntersville is proud to offer engineering in the K-12 environment.

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District News

  • Tuition Reminder

    Guntersville City Schools Tuition Deposits are due Friday May 18, 2018 Payments must be made at: Guntersville City Board of Education 4200 AL Hwy 79 South Office hours: 7:30 - 4:00 M - F DEPOSIT: $50.00 for the first child $100 for two or more children. Questions? Please call 256-582-3159

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  • Non-Resident Tuition Contract

    Please take the opportunity to view the Non-Resident Tuition Contract

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  • No Charge Policy

    Beginning May 1 st, the Board approved Child Nutrition NO CHARGE Policy will be in effect at all four schools for student lunch accounts.

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  • The Flu: A Guide for Parents - CDC

    Please check out the Flu Guide for Parents from the Centers for Disease Control.

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  • Global Scholar

    As some of you may be aware, the Alabama State Board of Education voted over the summer to discontinue the use of the ACT Aspire to serve as the summative standardized test for grades 3-8 in our state.

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