Students living outside of the Guntersville City limits but would like to apply for non-resident open enrollment may begin submitting applications May 31, 2023. The deadline for submitting non resident open enrollment applications is June 15, 2023. No applications will be considered after June 15, 2023. A determination letter regarding your enrollment application status will be mailed on or about July 1, 2023. Only applications submitted via the link or QR code will be considered.
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the Alabama State Department of Education released the 3rd Grade Reading Subtest of the Alabama Comprehensive Assessment Program (ACAP) as part of the Alabama Literacy Act. Cherokee Elementary School ranked among the very top of the state by achieving 94.46 percent of students being proficient and on grade level.
Beginning in August 2023, Guntersville City Schools will manage their own substitutes. This will allow us to offer our substitutes higher wages, more opportunities to accept jobs in our district and greater personal service.
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Our school system takes pride in the value of providing safety, security, and a quality education to your child(ren). Therefore, I need to address the frequency of student check-outs within the last 30 minutes of the school day and request that you refrain except for emergency situations from checking out your child(ren) during this time frame of the school day for the following reasons: For additional information please click on the title of this article.
The Guntersville City Board of Education requires that all students enrolled in the city schools conduct themselves in a manner that facilitates the educational process. To insure that the educational process in the schools is not disrupted because of misbehavior on the part of enrolled students, the Board of Education has established specific classifications of misbehaviors and the appropriate disciplinary actions to deal with these violations of student conduct.
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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.
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.
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:
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.