It is with great pride I announce Enterprise City Schools has made Adequate Yearly Progress as a system. In addition, each of our 11 schools made Adequate Yearly Progress. This is a tremendous accomplishment for a system of our size with a diverse student population. I find it difficult to express to our administrators, teachers, support staff, parents, and most importantly our students the magnitude of my appreciation for their efforts. We look forward to even more accomplishments in the 2012-2013 school year. A special thank you to the citizens of Enterprise who take such pride in our school system.
Dr. Aaron Milner Superintendent Enterprise City Schools
The Enterprise, Alabama City School System is comprised of one Early Education Center (Kindergarten), 6 elementary schools (Grades 1-6), 3 junior highs, and one high school. Student enrollment in the system exceeds 6200. The system employs more than 450 professionals and more than 250 support staff. The school system was the first in Alabama to be fully accredited by the State Department of Education and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Students in the system consistently score above state and national averages on nationally-normed tests. Approximately 82% of EHS graduates go directly to 2-year or 4-year colleges while approximately 14% begin full-time service in the military. The 2012 graduating class accepted more than $7.4 million in scholarships.
Our vision is to prepare student graduates to be successful in realizing their personal, educational, and professional ambitions.
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