Auburn City Schools serve as the premier public-school system for the Auburn community offering a K-12 system with more than 8,800 students.
Our schools consistently rank among the top in the state.
- 13 Campuses
- 8,845 Students (2018-2019)
- 1,010 full-time employees
- 70% possess advanced degrees
- Student-teacher ratio: 15.44:1
- Average teacher experience: 12.34 years
- Teaches with advanced degrees: 76.57%
- Teachers with Doctorates: 27
- Average Teacher’s Salary: $54,350
- Student-device ratio: 1.4:1
- Scholarships awarded: $23 million (in 2019 alone)
- Average ACT score: 21.4 (Auburn High School) compared to 18.1 (statewide), and 20.8 (nationwide)
Class of 2019 Facts:
- 625 Graduates in class of 2019
- $22,989,726 in scholarships offered to class of 2019
- 96.44% - Graduation Rate (2018 data/most recent)
- 1 Presidential Scholar - Donghan Park
- 6 Presidential Scholar Nominees
- 10 National Merit Finalists
- 3 National Merit Commended Scholars
- 32 AP Scholars
- 14 AP Scholars with Honor
- 12 AP Scholars with Distinction
- 1 National AP Scholar
- 36 International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidates
Scholarship Dollars since 2012 :$135,000,000+
New Campuses constructed since 2013:
- Pick Elementary - opened in 2013 with a capacity for 600 students.
- Auburn High School - opened in 2017 with a capacity for 2,200 students.
- Creekside Elementary - opened in 2018 with a capacity for 600 students.
- All teachers and administrators in the school system have Apple Macbooks in an effort to be able to work on both Windows and Mac platforms.
- 1:1 iPad initiative for all students at Auburn High School and Auburn Junior High School (3,330 iPads total rolled out in summer 2018).
- First SMART Showcase District in the country with SMART Panels in every classroom (interactive flat panel touch-screen monitors that serve as modern-day chalkboards).
ALSDE Alabama Teachers of the Year (2019):
- Jacque Middleton (Final Four 2019 / Alternate Statewide Winner).
- In 2013 ACS shifted to a model of having eight elementary schools with four K-2 facilities that feed into four 3-5 facilities. In 2018 the school system further rezoned to accommodate the opening of Creekside Elementary. The system now has nine elementary facilities until a 10thcampus can be constructed to pair with Yarbrough Elementary.