The Huntsville/Madison County Area has 3 public school systems.
The Huntsville City School system services the Huntsville Metro area. It is comprised of 26 elementary schools, 2 magnet schools for elementary and middle students, 10 middle schools, 5 high schools, the Huntsville Center for Technology, and the New Century Technology Demonstration High School.
Madison city to the west of Huntsville is served by the Madison City School system. Madison is served by 7 elementary, 2 middle, and 2 high schools.
All other areas in Madison County are served by the Madison County School system. It consists of 23 schools and centers.
The best, most recent information for local schools is available online at the following websites. The Huntsville/Madison county area has 3 school systems:
Visit the following links for lists of schools in the Huntsville area:
Higher Education in the Huntsville/Madison County area:
- University of Alabama in Huntsville
UAH offers 62 degree-granting programs, 17 master's degree programs, and 10 Ph.D. programs through its five colleges: Administrative Science, Liberal Arts, Engineering, Nursing, and Science.
- Alabama A&M University
AAMU offers fully accredited academic programs in undergraduate areas-agricultural and environmental sciences, arts and sciences, business, education, engineering, and technology; and graduate studies in applied physics, life sciences, and food science.
- Calhoun Community College
Alabama's largest 2-year college offers 42 associate's degree programs.
- Oakwood College
Oakwood is a private, Seventh-day Adventist institution offering 38 degree programs with biology, life science, business, education, religion, and music.
- Athens State University
- Faulkner University at Huntsville
- J.F. Drake State Technical College
- UAB School of Medicine, Huntsville
There are over 30 private schools in the Huntsville/Madison County area. Several offer mother morning out programs. Call or email me for a full list.