Mountain Brook City Schools


Photo by Neal Embry.

Legislators from the over-the-mountain area gathered to discuss multiple topics related to education on Nov. 18. Read more


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Photo by Alyx Chandler.

Bill and Suzanne Andrews, both fifth-grade teachers at Mountain Brook Elementary, know firsthand how demanding school is and how stir-crazy kids can get after spending most of the day cooped up in classrooms. Read more


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Photo by Karim Shamsi-Basha.

The Mountain Brook City Schools Foundation recently awarded its annual grants to Mountain Brook Schools for the 2019-20 academic year. Read more


Rachel Weingartner

Photo by Sam Chandler

Rachel Weingartner is the new executive director of the Mountain Brook City Schools Foundation. Read more


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Submitted by Kathleen Woodry

Kicking off the school year, Brookwood Forest Elementary hosted its first speaker in the series titled "BWF Parent Pop-Ins." Read more

Brookwood Forest

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Submitted by Kathleen Woodry

Leading community musicians, artist, poets and writers became Ranger Arts ambassadors on Friday, Aug. 17 from 12:45-2:45 p.m. for an afternoon of creative thinking exercises. Read more

Brookwood Forest


Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Similar to previous years, much of the process can be completed online. To enroll in kindergarten, students must be at least 5 years old on or before Sept. 1. Read more



Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Education is a constantly evolving field, and Mountain Brook City Schools are working to make sure classrooms are evolving as well. Read more

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Photo by Emily Featherston

As a way to connect the local school systems with the broader education of Alabama, Mountain Brook City Schools and Vestavia City Schools are again working together to host a legislative forum Nov. 16. Read more



Photo by Sam Chandler.

Track and field standouts taking skills to Samford, Western State Colorado. Read more



Photos by Lexi Coon.

Revisions to the Strategic Plan include increasing student engagement, creating a comprehensive system throughout the district, developing a district-wide communication system and maintaining classrooms as safe spaces. Read more



Photo courtesy of Mary Evans.

Crestline Elementary fourth-grade teacher Amy Anderson has been awarded Mountain Brook City Schools’ Elementary Teacher of the Year. Read more

Crestline Elementary

During the Fields Meeting on Jan. 20, officials discussed possible plans to renovate the MBJH football field and the MBHS baseball field. Read more



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Legislators will gather at Vestavia Hills City Hall to discuss education in the Vestavia Hills and Mountain Brook school systems on Nov. 17 from 8:30-11 a.m. Read more



Photo courtesy of Monica Sargent.

Technological innovation is changing the way students learn and the way schools teach, and MBJH teachers and administrators believe that technology is a tool that can be instrumental in a student’s growth during the junior high years. Read more


Mountain Brook Council

Ana Good.

A recap of the Monday, June 27 Mountain Brook City Council meeting. Read more


Parents or guardians looking to enroll their children in Mountain Brook City Schools kindergarten this year can begin the process on Jan. 25. Read more


Mountain Brook’s director of student services, Dale Wisely, Ph.D., will host a three-part series on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) on Wednesday mornings in February. Read more


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By Keith McCoy

Jan. 25 is the first day parents or guardians can create their child’s online student account on the Mountain Brook Schools district website. Read more


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Courtesy of Mountain Brook City Schools

Six students competed Thursday in the Mountain Brook District Spelling Bee held at the Charles Mason Board of Education Building. Read more


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