Mission Statement  

The Mission of Marbury High School is to provide educational opportunities in a safe, caring, and productive learning environment in which each child will develop a lasting sense of self worth and a joy for learning.

  About The School  

School Profile

The original Marbury School was established in 1910 in the Marbury community and employed three teachers. By 1917, a building for the school had been erected and the population had increased to seven teachers and fifty students. The grammar school located near the cemetery burned in 1919, which was the same year that the high school became accredited. In 1930, a new high school was built where Marbury Middle School is currently located and later in 1934 the building was expanded to accommodate grammar school students. the grammar school students had previously attended classes on the second floor of the bank building. Many students walked to school and others rode the train. On March 3, 1993, a tragic fire destroyed the sixty-three-year-old school building. A new school was built in the same location to house Marbury High School and Marbury Elementary and opened in September of 1994. In 2008, plans began for the construction of a new facility to house grades nine through twelve located on Highway 31 near Pine Level Elementary School. In 2009, Marbury Middle School was established within the same building as Marbury High School. In May 2010, Marbury High School held an open house in the new facility and held its first graduation. In May of 2011 there were 85 graduates and in May of 2012 there were 114 graduates. . The 2012-2013 school year has approximately 50 faculty and staff and will have over 600 students.


Promoting a challenging and caring school community, and encouraging lifelong learning for all students.

We Believe That:

  • Each student is an individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
  • Students learn in different ways and should be provided with a variety of instructional approaches to support their learning.
  • Curriculum and instructional practices should incorporate a variety of learning activities to accommodate differences.
  • The commitment of continuous improvements is imperative if our school is going to enable students to become confident, self-directed, lifelong learners.
  • Students need to apply their learning in meaningful contexts.
  • A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
  • Teachers, administrators, parents, and community share the responsibility for advancing the school's mission.
  • Students' learning needs should be the primary focus of all decisions impacting the work of the school.
  • Students need to not only demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills but also need to be actively involved in solving problems and producing quality work.
  • All students can learn.
  • Student learning is the chief priority for the school.

Alma Mater

On Autauga's Northern border
Reared against the sky.
Proudly Stands our Alma Mater
As the years go by.

Forward, ever be our watchword
Conquer and prevail
Hail to thee our Alma Mater
Marbury High, All Hail!

School Colors

Blue and White