Albertville High School

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Albertville High School
402 E. McCord Avenue
Northeast Alabama
Albertville, Alabama 35950
Type Public high school
School district Albertville City School District
Principal Paul McAbee
Grades 9-12
Age range 14-18
Number of students 1,100(2015)
Language English
Campus suburban
School colour(s) Red & Black         
Fight song Victory March
Sports Football, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Tennis, Golf, Cheerleading, Track, and Cross Country
Mascot Devil
Nickname Aggies
Team name Albertville Aggies

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Albertville High School is a four-year public high school in Albertville, Alabama. It has an enrollment of 1,100 students and is accredited by the Alabama Department of Education. In 2008, 50% of Albertville High School students were female and 50% of students were male. Albertville High School made AYP in 2007. Under No Child Left Behind, a school makes Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) if it achieves the minimum levels of improvement determined by the state of Alabama in terms of student performance and other accountability measures. See Albertville High School's test results to learn more about school performance.

In 2008, Albertville High School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Alabama average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

In 2007, Albertville High School had 38% of students were eligible for free or reduced price lunch programs. Alabama had 38% of eligible students for free or reduced price lunch programs. Eligibility for the National School Lunch Program is based on family income levels.

Albertville High School sports teams are known as the Albertville Aggies, for Albertville High School was originally an agricultural school.


The Athletic Department serves as an integral part of Albertville High School, and its mission is to educate the whole person. Each coach is considered an educator who aids in the physical, social, intellectual, and emotional growth of each and every student who chooses to participate. Athletics are co-curricular elective activities where participation is contingent upon meeting criteria consistent with the mission and standards of the AHSAA, Albertville High School. Additionally, each team reserves the right to limit the number of participants on the basis of roster size and / or skill level.

Show Choirs (Theatrical & Choral)[edit]


Under the direction of Scott Rains since its inception, this nationally recognized show choir has grown from a small group performing a medley of songs to the present cast of 54 singer/dancers along with a full band and stage crew. CenterStage! has also been recognized by the Alabama Senate as Ambassadors of Fine Arts in the state of Alabama. Members and their families will travel this year to Ohio, Mississippi, Tennessee, Illinois, and Alabama, allowing the students to compete nationwide and to make connections with students from all over the country. CenterStage! was at the top of their competitive game in the 2009 season as they performed their show "Days of Future Past". The mix of traditional theatrical production and modern show choir choreography has brought success to CenterStage! both locally and throughout the country.


VocalEase was created in 1996 as a performance-oriented ensemble for selected older students who enjoy the challenges associated with learning and performing a huge repertoire of music in pop, gospel, and jazz styles. VocalEase performs for schools, churches, and various civic events. The current members for VocalEase 2012-13 include Colton Smith, Abbie Taylor, Camry Wilson, Peyton Gore, Colin Karr, Chelsie Gladden, Warren Stewart, Jacob Hughes, Lucas Blair, and Erica Mason.


CenSations! was created in the fall of 2008 due to the overwhelming number of performers in the high school and middle school choral programs. The CenSations! debut season was a success, as the 60-plus-member choir, band, and crew members performed their show "There and Back Again" to full audiences throughout the South, winning critical acclaim at each of the three competitions they entered. They are under the direction of Scott Rains.


The JROTC program was established in 1966 and was part of the curriculum until 1982, at which time it was disbanded. In 1993, under the JROTC Expansion Program, JROTC was reinstated, and is the only such program in this county. The current program earned Honor Unit with Distinction in its second year. This year's "Aggie Battalion" consists of 90 cadets and has multiple drill teams and color guards, a rifle team, a physical training (PT) team, and an honor guard.


The Albertville School System recently completed its campus construction after years of work. Albertville High School was provided with a new lunchroom, building, Freshman Academy, Fine Arts building, gym, and football field.

Notable Alumni[edit]

Coordinates: 34°15′44″N 86°12′19″W / 34.262316°N 86.2052556°W / 34.262316; -86.2052556