Sumter County Board of Education Mission Statement
The Sumter County School System’s Mission of the Office of Curriculum and Instruction is to ensure the successful completion of the school district’s mission by providing a meaningful school curriculum which is carefully aligned to state standards, is of the highest quality and meets the needs of all students in such a way as to ensure that they are able to experience life-long success in this highly complex and ever-changing society.
Public School Options
Kinterbish Jr. High
Address: Old Kinterbish Rd, Cuba, AL 36907 Phone: (205) 392-4559 District: Sumter County School District Grades: Kindergarten – Eighth
Livingston Jr. High
North Sumter Jr. High School
York West End Jr. High School
Address: 515 Lincoln St, York, AL 36925
Phone: (205) 392-5901
District: Sumter County School District
k- 8th grade
Sumter Central High
UWA Campus School
Address: Livingston, AL 35470
2 1/2 years old – Kindergarten
Grades 1st – 3rd (off campus site)
Grades 9th – 12th (virtual classroom)
Private School Options
University Charter SchoolUniversity Charter School set to open in the fall of 2018. Our plan is to begin phase I with grades Pre-K-5 in year one and add grades 6-12 during phase II which will be implemented during the fall of 2019.
Secondary School Option
The primary purpose of the University is to provide opportunities for students to pursue a quality education through associate, baccalaureate, master’s, and education specialist degrees in liberal arts, natural sciences and mathematics, pre-professional programs, nursing, technology, business, and education. Importance is placed on providing opportunities within the curricula for the development of enhanced skills in critical thinking, communication, leadership, and computer literacy. The University also seeks to provide students opportunities for growth beyond the classroom through a wide range of extracurricular activities, programs, and services and through the maintenance of an environment of cultural and intellectual diversity.
Through the total educational experience that it provides and through its encouragement of the free exchange of ideas among faculty, administration, and students, the University attempts to assist its students in developing the important qualities of independent thinking and respect for the ideas of others and in building firm foundations of personal integrity and character in order to realize their quests for a philosophy of life and for self-fulfillment. At the University of West Alabama, the emphasis is upon the traditional learner, but the institution is also committed to furthering the concept of lifelong learning and to serving the non-traditional student. It considers among its clientele are high schools, businesses and industries, governmental agencies, and professional workers. In serving these diverse publics, the institution employs not only traditional means of delivery, but it also seeks to expand its use of innovative technologies, including distance learning, and to networking with other educa