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Bob Jones High School - Madison, AL

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Bob Jones High School is located in Madison, AL. Madison is a growing suburb, consisting of approximately 50,000 residents, and is a Professional/Technical/Advanced Manufacturing community. Our students are involved in the community as we have a number of partnerships with business, military, and civic organizations that provide our students with opportunities for leadership and intern opportunities.

Bob Jones High School has a track record of excellence in academics, athletics and the arts. Currently, we have twelve career academies within our school that offer courses from Engineering to Biomedical Sciences to Computer Science. Each career academy provides students with internships and opportunities that provide hands-on experience within our high tech community. It is our goal to ensure all students have the academic, technical, and employment skills they need to be successful in post-secondary education and the workplace.

Bob Jones High School offers 31 Advanced Placement and 32 honors courses, and recently ranked in the top three percent of public schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Our school consistently produces one of the largest numbers of National Merit Finalists in the state. Our curriculum is relevant, rigorous and demanding, so our students are challenged in the classroom by teachers who are well trained in their disciplines and know the appropriate strategies to use to help students learn and elicit their best work. Our faculty and staff also invest themselves in the lives of our students and help them understand their value and their potential.

Bob Jones High School

650 Hughes Road
Madison, AL, 35758-8737

(256) 772-2547

Mrs. Sylvia M. Lambert, Principal at time of Nomination

Madison City Schools

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To prepare productive citizens who think critically, communicate effectively, and use technology confidently and intelligently to facilitate lifelong learning.

Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 19%
  • White: 61%
  • Hispanic: 7%
  • Asian: 8%
  • Native American: 1%
  • Two or more races: 3%