9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Student Support Services Family Involvement Program Math Workshop
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Board Meeting
Interviews for the vacant Superintendent position will be held on Monday, April 6, 2015 and Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Collat School of Business
Huffman dual enrollment students applaud Obama's remarks on free community college
This version of We Can Overcome was inspired and adapted by Dr. Rose Sanders and arranged for the 50th Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama
The high school sophomore began taking college freshman courses at The University of Alabama on February 12th. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
Dr. Horn will receive the 2015 National Academy Foundation Janet Linton Leadership Award
Can Wenonah's DeAngelo Stafford dunk better than Woodlawn's Javien Williams? VOTE HERE!
Interviews will be done via Skype on UAB campus
This cheese and sausage casserole was a hit during February's Unity Breakfast at Wenonah High School
Woodlawn has been designated as a "Model Academy.''
Students from Huffman and Wenonah were also nominated
Is it Javien Williams from Woodlawn High School or Deangelo Stafford from Wenonah High School? You be the judge. But you better hurry. Voting ends at noon on Friday, March 20.
Birmingham City Schools Interim Superintendent Dr. Spencer Horn has been selected to receive a national award for his work as an outstanding leader of the school system's Academies of Birmingham program, which helps students prepare for college and careers in finance, hospitality and tourism, information technology, health sciences or engineering.
The ESL program offers a combination of self-contained services, push-in services and pull-out services for all limited-English Learners. In addition, support services are provided to all classroom teachers by means of professional development within and outside the school. Students are placed in the ESL program as a result of their performance on an English language proficiency test that evaluates their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. <more>
|Academies of Birmingham are Birmingham City Schools’ innovative approach to preparing today’s students for career and college success. The mission of the Academies of Birmingham is to provide students with a safe learning environment that promotes intellectual growth and career exploration. Academy students are presented with a rigorous academic curriculum and provided access to business networks that will prepare them now to compete in a global economy. Our excitements and commitment to this program is exemplified in the campange I'm Ready To Lead. |
|The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced course of study, that prepares students for success in college and life beyond. The mission of the program is to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better, more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. Learn More|
|Dropping out of high school does not have to be the end of your education. If you are age 17-21 and need to complete your high school diploma, call or visit our office to see if the Dropout Recovery Program is right for you. There are three (3) locations and three (3) sessions that are available to you. Read more about the Dropout Recovery Opportunity.|
|Woodlawn Innovation Network .. is a Birmingham City Schools initiative to transform education as we know it in the five schools in the Woodlawn High School feeder pattern. The transformative approach, supported by Woodlawn Foundation and A+ Education Partnership, focuses on teaching children not only what to know, but how to think and how to apply that thinking to real-world problems. <Learn More> || |