Schools

Shelby County cities named among happiest in Alabama

Shelby County cities named among happiest in Alabama

Three Shelby County cities have been deemed some of the happiest places in Alabama by career information website Zippia.com. Read more

Accomplishments recognized at Hoover BOE meeting

Accomplishments recognized at Hoover BOE meeting

From a championship bowling team to the 2016 Alabama Bus Driver of the Year, Hoover City Schools has a lot to be proud of. The ... Read more

Hoover School Board amends 2016-2017 calendar in response to community requests

Hoover School Board amends 2016-2017 calendar in response to community requests

In response to community requests, the Hoover Board of Education unanimously approved an amended 2016-2017 academic calendar during a March 14 meeting at Rocky Ridge ... Read more

14-year-old girl injured in school bus incident

A 14-year-old girl was injured on the afternoon of March 14 after she was struck by a school bus in Columbiana. Read more

SCHS, CMS choir students to perform “Let’s Go to the Movies” March 17-18

SCHS, CMS choir students to perform “Let’s Go to the Movies” March 17-18

Students at Shelby County High and Columbiana Middle schools are teaming up to present a multi-faceted choral concert March 17-18. Read more

  1. ‘A good story:’ CHHS Theatre to present ‘Godspell’ April 15-16
  2. OMIS celebrates playground upgrades and strong parent-teacher partnership
  3. OMES students learn to be leaders
  4. Berry students on the road to reading 10,000 books
  5. ACS releases proposed 2016-17 calendar
  6. ACS’s Tanner wins state support services award
  7. HCS approves final proposed rezoning plan
  8. Student launches project to collect shoes, Bibles for needy
  9. HHS students get taste of the real world
  10. Author tells Berry students to pursue their dreams
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Down the Hall

Calera High hosts third annual Veterans Day program

The students, faculty and community of Calera High School held its annual Veterans Day program on Nov.13. 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