Madison County High School (Alabama)

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Madison County High School
174 Brock Road


United States
Coordinates34°42′08″N 86°22′32″W / 34.7023°N 86.3755°W / 34.7023; -86.3755Coordinates: 34°42′08″N 86°22′32″W / 34.7023°N 86.3755°W / 34.7023; -86.3755
School districtMadison County School System
PrincipalJeremy Lowry
Teaching staff31.16 FTE
Enrollment480 (2014-15)[1]
Student to teacher ratio15.40
Color(s)Purple and Gold          
AthleticsAHSAA 5A

Madison County High School is a secondary school in Gurley, Alabama, United States.


Grades K-12 were once located on the original campus in Gurley. In 1999 grades 9-12 were moved to a separate campus on Brock Road near US Highway 72. Madison County Elementary (K-8) still operates in the original location and buildings built in the 1930s. It was also eventually retired and another elementary and middle school were built.


The Madison County Tigers compete in Alabama High School Athletic Association class 4A. They field teams in baseball, basketball, cheerleading, wrestling, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, and track and field.

State championship titles held by the school include:

  • Boys basketball: 2013 (4A)
  • Girls volleyball 2012 (4A)
  • Boys basketball: 2007 (4A)
  • Boys Outdoor Track and Field: 1997 (4A)
  • Boys Indoor Track and Field: 1999 (4A-5A)
  • Boys Outdoor Track and Field: 1999 (4A)
  • Girls Outdoor Track and Field: 1998 (4A)


  1. ^ "Madison Co High Sch". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 31, 2017.

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