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Madison City School System
The Madison City School System is recognized for scholastic excellence at the local, state, and national level. The system has an operating budget of more than $60 million, employs more than 600 certified staff members, and serves more than 8,400 students. Test scores on national standardized tests are above the national average  at all schools. It is a truly a shining star for the City.

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Madison City Schools
211 Celtic Dr.
Madison, AL 35758

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Ph: (256) 464-8370
Fx: (256) 464-8291

High School

School Name

Address

Phone

Enrollment

Bob Jones 650 Hughes Rd.

(256) 772-2547

1,732

James Clemens 11306 County Line Rd.  (256) 216-5313  1,576

Middle Schools

School Name

Address

Phone

Enrollment

Discovery 1304 Hughes Rd.

(256) 837-3735

762

Liberty 281 Dock Murphy Dr.

(256) 430-0001

1,576


Elementary Schools

School Name

Address

Phone

Enrollment

Columbia 667 Balch Rd.

(256) 430-2751

755

Heritage 11775 County Line Rd.

(256) 772-2075

820

Horizon 7855 Madison Pike

(256) 464-3614

615

Madison 17 College St.

(256) 772-9255

574

Mill Creek 847 Mill Rd.

 (256) 774-4690

 830

Rainbow 50 Nance Rd.

(256) 824-8106

721

West Madison 4976 Wall Triana Hwy.

(256) 837-1189

462

Madison City Schools First Class PreK  74 Nance Rd.  (256) 824-8080  

Recent Awards and Recognitions
  • 2015: Rainbow Elementary is Alabama's first national elementary chess champion. Click here to read more: Champs
  • 2014: Madison City Schools placed 5th or better among 130-plus Alabama school districts on the ACT Aspire for all grades (3-8th) and subject areas (math and reading) tested.
  • 2014: Bob Jones and James Clemens were among only 10 schools from Alabama on the Washington Post list of “Most Challenging High Schools” in America.
  • 2014: Bob Jones and James Clemens make the coveted “Best High Schools in America” list of Newsweek’s Daily Beast.
  • 2014: 55 percent of graduates from Madison City Schools earned scholarships averaging $36,000.
  • 2014: Madison City’s average ACT score (24.1) is 3 points higher than the national average (21) and almost 4 points above the state’s.
  • 2014: Every Madison City elementary school landed on the national NICHE.com “Best Schools” list, with 6 in the top 25 and the seventh 26th among just 100 elementary schools ranked in Alabama.

Special Needs Students
Offerings for special needs students include:
  • Developmental maintenance summer programs for students with disabilities
  • Early childhood / elementary program for ages 3-12
  • Secondary programs for ages 12-21

Private Schools
Private schools provide excellent educational alternatives and Madison residents can select from a wide array of preschool and child care programs. Private schools located in the area include:


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