• Welcome to Alabaster City Schools | Dr. Wayne Vickers, Superintendent

    The vision of Alabaster City Schools is to partner with families and the community to inspire and prepare graduates to be responsible and productive champions of their future.

District News and Announcements

  • Code of Conduct Review

    Alabaster City Schools will host it's annual Code of Conduct review meeting on Monday, May 3 at 3:30 PM at the Central Office. The purpose of this meeting is to review proposed changes to the Student Code of Conduct. Parents, students, staff, and community stakeholders are all invited to attend. If you cannot attend but would like to propose a change, please click the link to complete the 2021-2022 Proposed Revisions/Changes to Student Code of Conduct Form.








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  • Roadmap To Reopening Schools **Updated

    Please click the link to view Alabaster City Schools' Roadmap to Reopening Schools.








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  • Pam Vickers Selected for the College Board Counselor Recognition Program

    Congratulations to Pam Vickers from THS for being selected for the College Board Counselor Recognition Program!

    She is the only counselor in Alabama to be selected for this honor.

    View full article for more information.


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  • Thompson High School Junior Achieves Top ACT Score

    Ryan Ian Furlong, son of Daniel and Nita Furlong, and a junior at Thompson High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Thompson High School currently has two students, Ryan and Emaline Morris, who scored 36 on the ACT Test. Ryan is a Major in THS Air Force JROTC and President of the THS Technology Student Association. His goal is to attend Purdue University and major in Aerospace Engineering.








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  • Thompson High School Earns 2020 College Success Award

    Thompson High School has earned the 2020 College Success Award.








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