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Marbury High School in Autauga County, Alabama serves grades 9-12 and is part of the Autauga County School System. As of the 2009-2010 school year, the schools student body consisted of 553 high school students and 460 middle school students with 32 full time teachers, while the middle school has 20 full time teachers.
Total Enrollment: 1,021 Grades: Middle School: 6-8
Location: High School Deatsville , Alabama, 36022
Mascot: High School: Bulldog
Phone Number: 205-755-2118 or 334-365-3522
On March 3, 1993, a tragic fire (arson) destroyed the 63 year old school building. A new school was built on the same site and opened in September 1994. In August 2001, the elementary grades were rezoned to Pine Level Elementary School k-5. The new Marbury High School presently houses grades 9 through 12. While the old high school is now home to the new Marbury Middle school which houses grades 6 through 8, the only middle school in Autauga county.
Marbury High School offers many different athletic programs such as football, baseball, basketball, soccer, wrestling, volleyball, track and field, softball, as well as golf, and cheer leading. In 2009, two new athletic programs will be instituted: tennis, and cross country.
Marbury High School's performing arts programs include show choir, mixed chorus, Marching Band, Concert Band (which received the highest ratings at state competition), Drama/Theater, and Visual Arts.
Marbury 07-08 Boys Basketball Team Won Marbury's First Ever Area Tournament With A 52-45 Win Over Central Hayneville.
The 2007-2008 football team became the Area 3A Champs and went to the playoffs with a loss in the first round against Pike County. The 1998-1999 football team became the Area 1A Champs. They continued to the playoffs and lost in the first round against Wicksburg by two points.
Marbury's FFA chapter has had several notable accomplishments that have gained state and national recognition. This includes 16 state championships since 1998 (3 extemporaneous public speaking, 2 prepared public speaking, 8 Parliamentary Procedure, 3 Creed Speaking). These teams and individuals have gone on to win multiple national bronze and silver emblems.
Marbury has had many Alabama FFA state officers including Kim Sanders (President), Josh Dozier (President), Alex Popwell (Reporter), Brooke Little (Vice President), Caleb Colquitt (Sentinel), Brendon Boyd (Secretary), and Kacey Colquitt (Treasurer).
Kim Sanders became the very first female Alabama FFA President.
Brooke Little in 2005-2006 became the Alabama FFA Vice President at age 15, making her the youngest state officer in America.
In 2006, Marbury FFA's Parliamentary Procedure team became the first from Alabama to win a national gold emblem, becoming the 5th ranked team in the nation. The team consisted of Brooke Little (Chair), Brittney Rawlinson (Secretary), Sarah Thebo, Marlin Harris, Caleb Colquitt, and Corey Helms. This team also held the highest debate scores in the semi-final round which consist of the top 12 teams in the country.
- Autauga Co Alternative School
- Autauga Co Tech Ctr
- Billingsley High School
- Daniel Pratt Elementary School
- Louise M Smith Dev Ctr
- Pine Level Elementary School
- Prattville Elementary School
- Prattville High School
- Prattville Intermediate School
- Prattville Jr High School
- Prattville Kinderg School
- Prattville Primary School
- Autaugaville School