Pelham residents ask to stay in Chelsea schools

A group of Pelham residents whose children attend Chelsea schools have asked the Shelby County Board of Education to allow their children to remain ... Read more

Parents voice concerns about Chelsea Middle School conditions; Shelby County Schools announces $1.5 million renovation

group of Chelsea parents voiced concerns about Chelsea Middle School conditions, including repeated sewage backups, at a March 20 Shelby County Board of Education ... Read more

CVES teachers spend morning on the roof

CVES teachers spend morning on the roof

Teachers and administrators at Creek View Elementary School segued into spring break by spending some time on the school’s roof on March 21, much to ... Read more

College and Career Center to add robotics and automated manufacturing program

Students interested in pursuing a career in robotics and automated manufacturing will soon have that opportunity in Shelby County. Read more

Shelby County Schools partner with Dr. Larry Lemak to develop sports medicine program at Helena High

Students attending the new Helena High School will soon have the opportunity to learn about sports medicine from one of the most well-known doctors in ... Read more

  1. Alabaster School Board changes meeting times
  2. THS majorettes win state championship
  3. Kids put construction skills to the test
  4. ISS sophomore wins prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Award
  5. Alabaster council donates $69,000 to schools
  6. State review of Hoover schools shoots down claims of poor work environment, communication ills
  7. Oak Mountain Elementary kindergarten registration set for April 1-2
  8. THS musicians among the best in the country
  9. Alabaster’s 2014-15 school calendar differs from county’s
  10. OMHS presents Grease
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Down the Hall

Shelby County FFA Green Thumbs thank the community

In May, Shelby County High FFA members established the Shelby County FFA educational garden. Read more

Class Notes

Developing leaders at VES

Vincent Elementary has adopted Stephen Covey’s “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” and has immersed it into the curriculum. Read more