Provide the highest quality education for all students.
Committed to maintaining a highly qualified effective staff that actively engages students in rigorous and relevant curriculum, which leads to continuous improvement.
Support The Whole Child Tenants:
Students will learn and practice a healthylife style.
Students will learn in a safe and clean environment.
Students will be active in theschool and broader community.
Students will be supported by qualified, caring adults as they learn.
Students will be prepared for success in our global society.
The Crenshaw County Public School System is composed of three PreK-12th grade campuses that is Title I Schoolwide with 2,270 students. Each school has an Office of School Readiness funded preschool program for four year olds and a 21st Century After School program. High school students are offered general, technical, and college preparatory courses. The integration of technology, music, and fine arts is stressed at all levels. All courses are aligned with the Alabama Courses of Study. The Crenshaw County Public School System uses a variety of assessments to measure and analyze student performance. Assessments range from teacher-made tests to formal norm-referenced and criterion-referenced standardized tests. The System met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for the 2011-2012 school year, attaining 100% of the goals in all three grade spans: 3-5, 6-8, and 11. Crenshaw County Public School System is embracing the Alabama State Department of Education's Plan 2020 involving the incorporation of College and Career Ready Standards in Mathematics and English Language Arts, changes in student assessment, and changes in accountability.
We are located on "Championship Highway, " U.S. Highway 331. As you travel from north to south we are Highland Home, Luverne, and Brantley Schools. Each school takes pride in its rich history of tradition and we are embarking on a journey of excellence in all that we do.
Dr. Boyd English, Superintendent, Crenshaw County Public Schools