Proposed School Calendars
The Auburn City Schools Board of Education received the proposed school calendars for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 at its regularly scheduled meeting on October 9, 2018. Each calendar includes 180 days of school for students distributed in four grading periods and two semesters. Dedicated to the established priorities of system stakeholders, the calendars provide for the completion of first semester prior to the winter holidays and a spring break aligned to the schedule of Auburn University. The suggested school schedules provide seven professional workdays for teachers and observe all required holidays. The community is invited to participate in the construction of school calendars by evaluating the proposals and providing suggestions or input. It is expected that the Board will consider the calendars for approval at its next meeting on November 13, 2018.
New Student/Kindergarten Registration
April 9, 2018 - New Student/Kindergarten Registration for Fall 2018 School Year. This portal is for students new to Auburn City Schools for the 2018-2019 academic year. Enrollment/Attendance from 8/8/2018-5/21/2019.
Only students who currently reside in Auburn may register online.
All future students not currently residing in Auburn should contact the Residency Office at 334-887-1906 for guidance.
Please follow instructions to complete Online Student Registration for 2018-2019 New student. Click here for POWERSCHOOL/INFOSNAP New Student Registration
In May 2018, the Board of Education approved Facility Plan 2028, a 10-year plan addressing the demolition, reconstruction and renovation of buildings and the impact of student growth on facilities capacity. Phase I of this plan, which begins in the Fall 2018, includes the reconstruction and demolition of Cary Woods Elementary School, renovation and reconstruction of J. F. Drake Middle School, demolition and reconstruction of the gymnasium at East Samford School, and a new elementary school.
Facility Plan 2028 includes $172.33 million in estimated capital needs to complete the full implementation. These project will be funded with local funds from the City of Auburn 5 mill Capital Fund and the 16 mill Special School Tax funds. The school district continues to monitor student enrollment as it relates to the timing of projects from the master plan.
As Auburn City Schools prepares for the upcoming school year in 2018-2019, we want to assist those new to the school system or attending a school that is new to them.
Google Chrome is the recommended browser for using this tool.
Please click on the following link to type in your address and find your student's school location as well as directions to the school: Click here to find your school