Winfield City Schools

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Basic Information

Address: 481 Apple Ave/PO Box 70 Winfield, AL 35594
Phone Number: 205-487-4255
Fax Number: 205-487-4603
Superintendent: Chris Cook

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Additional Information

Member Schools: 3
Board of Directors: James Garner; Chris Carothers; Dana Peoples; Tommy Bowen; Chad May
Mission Statement:

To provide educational opportunities that guide all students toward their maximum potential.

Accreditation and Recognition: AdvancED STEM Certified District; National Blue Ribbon School; Silver Level School
District Characteristics: The successes of Winfield City School District is a direct result of the Winfield community's commitment to excellence in every facet of our school system. This commitment is seen in financial support, volunteerism and a steadfast allegiance to our children.
School Municipalities: Winfield, Alabama

Since forming its own city school system in 1955, the City of Winfield has served as the home to one of the top 10 school systems in Alabama. Whether on the field of competition or in the classroom, Winfield City Schools have served as an example for excellence in Alabama for more than 60 years.

Notable Alumni:

Capt. Johnny Michael Spann
Alabama Legislator Tracey Estes

Other Facilities: Indoor athletic facility; Pirate Bank
Athletics: Baseball; Basketball; Cheer; Cross Country; Football; Golf; Indoor/Outdoor Track; Softball; Volleyball

A+ College and Career Ready; STEM

Belief Statements:

Students learn best when they take responsibility and pride in their education and character.
Creativity, innovation, and ingenuity should be fostered through instructional support which encourages authentic problem solving.
All students have the potential to achieve in rigorous courses.


American Indian/Alaska Native 1.42%
Asian 0.55%
Black 4.33%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander .024%
White 92.36%
Two or more races 1.10%
Hispanic/Latino 2.60%
Female 47.83%

Organization Goals: Provide learning opportunities for both teachers and students to increase student achievement. Every student receives a quality education to prepare them for grade-level advancement. Provide opportunities for all students to be successful in technical and/or academic fields of study. Develop an environment where parents and students consider attendance as a high priority.
Scholastic Perfomance: Over 2 million dollars in scholarships awarded annually to seniors; National Merit Finalist 2020; multiple Bryant Jordan Scholar Athlete Award winners over the last 10 years; over 10% of seniors score 30 or higher on ACT yearly.
Failing Schools: None
Summer Schools: Summer School is provided for remediation and promotion.
Teacher Workshops: AMSTI; STEM; Technology; Curriculum
Vision Statement: To empower all students to be responsible, productive and engaged citizens within a global society.
A.P. Classes: A.P. English/Language A.P. Computer Dual Enrollment with Bevill State Community College
Transportation: Bus
Libraries: Winfield High School Winfield Middle School Winfield Elementary WInfield Public
After School/Extracurricular Programs: The Journeys After-School Program operates on the same schedule as Winfield City Schools. Hours of operation are from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Each day's program schedule includes supervised homework time, snacks, supervised play time and other special activities such as arts & crafts, music, dance, Snap-Ed and robotics. Students participate in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) activities. An afternoon snack and evening meal are provided each day.
Media (TV/Radio) Shows: Pirate Point of View (YouTube) Drama