Located in the heart of Alabama, Shelby County is the fastest growing county in the state. During the past seven years the county has experienced a yearly growth rate of 34.68%. The County School System is the seventh largest in Alabama. The Shelby County Board of Education employs 1571 professional employees. Including support personnel and bus drivers, a total of 2554 employees maintain the Shelby county School System. There are 8 high schools, 8 middle schools, 16 elementary schools, a School of Technology and the Linda Nolen Learning Center. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has accredited all schools.
To provide a system of education which is committed to academic excellence and which provides education of the highest quality to all Shelby County school students, preparing them for the twenty-first century.
Our Educational Goals:
* Improve Student Learning
* Reduce Student Failure
* Improve Student Discipline Problems
* Increase Opportunities for Learning Through Technology
Prepare Students for Transition from School to Careers
* Expand Professional Development Opportunities for Teachers
Shelby County Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 34
No. of jobs currently in EAN: 96
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