Summer is quickly approaching, and Autauga County Schools is encouraging students in grades 7-12 to make the most of the school break with credit advancement, credit recovery, and summer school programs.
Thu May 25 03:50 PM
Autauga County Schools’ CTSO competition season was a success with more than 20 awards between the district's varied CTSO options.
Thu May 25 10:18 AM
The Autauga County Board of Education is seeking an experienced leader with strong interpersonal and administrative skills to work with the school board to plan, develop, and maintain the best possible educational programs and services for students, with an emphasis on improving academic achievement.
Wed May 17 02:13 PM
Prattville Intermediate School was one of 32 schools statewide recognized as a 2022 School of Distinction by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools as a part of the organization’s Banner School Award. This award “recognizes school programs that serve as outstanding educational models for other schools in Alabama.”
Tue May 16 11:41 AM
School supplies are the responsibility of students and families again beginning in the 2023-2024 school year.
Fri May 12 07:55 AM
Prom season is here, and with all the excitement that surrounds these events, Autauga County Schools is encouraging students and families to use some practical tips to enjoy a safe and memorable prom night.
Thu Apr 27 02:23 PM
Autauga County Schools wants your help in selecting the district's new motto!
Wed Apr 12 09:00 AM
Students in grades 7-12 may now apply for virtual learning for the upcoming school year!
Tue Apr 11 10:59 AM
The Alabama Department of Education recognized five Autauga County schools as 2023 Purple Star Schools. This year’s recipients are among only 122 schools state-wide earning this designation for their commitment to students and families connected to the nation’s military.
Fri Apr 07 11:49 AM
Inman Hebert, Prattville High School senior, was named a National Merit Finalist in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program as one of only 240 Alabama semifinalists and approximately 15,000 students nationwide. This distinguished group of students makes up less than one percent of all U.S. high school seniors and represents the highest-scoring Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) entries in each state.
Mon Apr 03 12:37 PM