Marshall County Public School

Find Marshall County Alabama public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools, school districts, boards, systems and PTAs. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.

Albertville Elementary School 1100 Horton Road Albertville AL 35950 256-878-6611

Albertville High School 402 East McCord Avenue Albertville AL 35950 256-894-5000

Albertville Middle School 600 East Alabama Avenue Albertville AL 35950 256-878-2341

Arab Elementary School 241 8th Avenue Northeast Arab AL 35016 256-586-6085

Arab High School 511 Arabian Drive Northeast Arab AL 35016 256-586-6026

Arab Junior High School 911 Old Cullman Road Southwest Arab AL 35016 256-586-6074

Arab Primary School 121 Mimosa Street Northeast Arab AL 35016 256-586-6005

Asbury School 1990 Asbury Road Albertville AL 35951 256-878-4068

Big Spring Lake Kinderg School 257 Country Club Road Albertville AL 35951 256-878-7922

Boaz Elementary School 362 Collier Street Boaz AL 35957 256-593-3481

Boaz High School 907 Brown Street Boaz AL 35957 256-593-2401

Boaz Intermediate School 11 Newt Parker Dr Boaz AL 35957 256-593-9211

Boaz Middle School 140 Newt Parker Drive Boaz AL 35957 256-593-0799

Brindlee Mt High School 994 Scant City Road Guntersville AL 35976 256-753-2800

Brindlee Mt Middle School 1050 Scant City Road Guntersville AL 35976 256-753-2820

Cherokee Elementary School 3300 Alabama 79 Guntersville AL 35976 256-582-3908

Claysville Junior High School 140 Claysville School Road Guntersville AL 35976 256-582-4444

Corley Elementary School 505 Mount Vernon Road Boaz AL 35957 256-593-3254

Douglas Elementary School Hwy 75 Douglas AL 35964 256-593-4420

Douglas High School 225 Eagle Point Drive Horton AL 35980 256-593-2810

What is a Public School?

A public school is any educational institution which is funded by taxpayer money. This type of education is administered and overseen by a school board which is responsible to the citizens of a particular community. Public schools usually teach their students according to the standard curriculum approved by local school boards operating within educational guidelines and standards set at the state and federal levels.

Public schools work to ensure that all students have access to the basic educational programs required by state and federal laws. In contrast, private schools must meet educational standards set by their particular guidelines or charters and usually require parents to pay tuition expenses. In addition to education programs, public schools often provide additional services to qualified students, including on-site health care, counseling, and after-school activities such as sports programs.