Barbour County School System is a small rural school system that provides educational services to children in Barbour County that live outside the city limits of Eufaula. The school system consists of four schools with each having a different grade span. The elementary schools are located in Louisville and the secondary schools are located in Clayton. They are the following: Barbour County Primary School (PreK-2nd), Barbour County Intermediate School (3rd-6th), Barbour County Junior High School (7th-9th), and Barbour County High School (10th-12th). Students are provided with various learning opportunities that help prepare them to become productive citizens of the United States of America.
Established in 1872, Eufaula City Schools is the oldest city school district in Alabama. Eufaula City Schools is a progressive district providing many academic, enrichment, and technical opportunities for students and teachers while maintaining the values and traditions of the best in public schools.
The district includes a pre-kindergarten (universal) through grade two primary school, a grade three through grade five elementary school, a middle school serving grades six through eight and a high school serving grades nine through twelve.
Advanced students have many opportunities. A gifted (enrichment) program is offered to elementary students. Exploratory opportunities and accelerated classes are offered to middle school students in addition to an enrichment program. Eufaula High School offers enrichment electives, an honors program and Advanced Placement classes.
Excellent special education programs exist in each school. Additionally, the HOPE Academy provides a modified and accelerated educational program for students behind academically.
Fine arts and music programs are stressed in each school with concerts and plays open to the public occurring frequently. Along with the financial stability of the district, the city of Eufaula is generous with education funding and helps make these fine arts programs available.
After school programs that incorporate technology with tutoring and other activities are staffed by certified teachers in the district and are available at each school.
Since its founding in 1968, The Lakeside School has been committed to excellence in education in a wholesome, non threatening environment for students of average or above average intelligence and/or abilities. Through a variety of learning activities and experiences, we actively support each student in fulfilling his/her full potential and individual growth. Lakeside seeks to instill in each student a sense of responsibility, integrity, respect of self and others, service to school, community and nation, and high moral standards. Through this preparation and education of the whole student, every student can be equipped for college and for life.
The Lakeside School is a coeducational independent school for preschool through grade 12. Realizing that intellectual excellence, not mediocrity, sets the tone in our world of today and tomorrow, Lakeside strives to help its students achieve the highest standards in thought and performance. With a goal of college preparation for all students, the objective of The Lakeside School is individual academic excellence. Standards are sufficient to challenge the most gifted student to reach and maintain this high level, with minimum standards to encourage and challenge all students who cooperate to reach the highest academic record possible. Inherent within this philosophy is the belief that student endeavors not be limited to academic pursuits, but to include a goal of producing individuals with a balanced perspective of intellectual, physical, and moral concepts in helping with a new generation of leaders based on our American heritage. The Lakeside School is a nondenominational school, however, there is a strong emphasis placed on moral values.
Parkview Christian School was originally begun as a pre-kindergarten school in 1975. PCS currently offers instruction for students in Pre-K through 5th grade. A faith-based curriculum, smaller class sizes, and individual attention to student needs are key attributes of our school.
Curriculum at Parkview Christian School is chosen to reflect our mission to provide a God-centered, quality, kingdom education that is both academically excellent and distinctly Christian in nature.
In preschool, there is a strong emphasis on phonics and reading. Teachers utilize a variety of teaching techniques to make learning an enjoyable and engaging experience. For the elementary classes, all the core subjects are taught utilizing special projects and creative arts. Cursive handwriting is a mainstay and is taught beginning in first grade. Music and guest speakers comprise our weekly chapel programs.
Parkview Christian School students in grades 1 – 5 take the Stanford Achievement Test each year. Parkview Christian School is a member of the Alabama Christian Education Association and the American Association of Christian Schools.
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