Scottsboro City School District is made up of the following schools:
Scottsboro Jr. High
The enrollment of the six schools is approximately 2700 students and has maintained at this level for the last 5 years.
All certified personnel employed by the Scottsboro City Board of Education must meet state certification standards as well as highly qualified status. Over 62% of the professional personnel hold a Master's degree or higher.
Scottsboro offers many specialized programs for a range of student needs. These programs include:
Tot 'N' Teen Center- This is an on-site pre-school program for twelve community four-year olds and serves as a training laboratory for students enrolled in parenting skills classes.
First Step Program- This program provides preparatory services for single parents and single pregnant women. The services include personal and academic counseling, parenthood education, childcare skills and career guidance.
Indian Heritage- Indian cultural heritage and art instruction are available to all students of Native American descent in grades K-8.
Gifted - Gifted services strive to meet the individual needs of highly capable students through a continuum of services (K-12) that include advanced academic and enrichment opportunities.
Video Teleconferencing - This program is available at all schools. Dual enrollment at SHS is offered through video teleconferencing.
The following institutions partner with Scottsboro City Schools to provide a strong base for all our students.
IMPACT Learning Center, Scottsboro Educational Foundation, J.F.Drake Technical College, Northeast Alabama Community College, UAH, Aalabama A&M, Jackson County Schools, City of Scottsboro, and Earnest Pruett Center of Technology