Welcome back to the 2014-2015 school year. The air is filled with excitement as the start of school draws near. The faculty and staff of Lee County have had a very busy summer preparing the schools for your arrival. Many long hours have gone into making sure your schools are bright, shining and ready for another great school year.
With the hard work and dedication of the students, parents, faculty, and staff, we have an opportunity to have “World Class Schools.” In fact, we do not have a choice. In today’s world, we must have “World Class Schools!” It is absolutely essential for students to leave high school adequately prepared to enter their next phase of life, whether that be the world of work, military service, community college or university. A quality education is no longer something nice to have. It is an absolute essential!
I am excited about the start of a new school year and look forward to the students return. I have high expectations for all students. Why? Because I know students will rise to meet our expectations! Students, I encourage you to do your very best at whatever you’re doing, whether it be on the athletic field, math class, art class, band, or just hanging out with your friends. Always strive to be the best person you can be!
The Lee County School System is a place where our students are safe, respected, encouraged, motivated, and loved!
Excellence: It is a Choice we make - Together we can Achieve - The Choice is Yours!
Dr. James E. McCoy, Superintendent of Lee County Schools
Contact Information: Lee County Board of Education 2410 Society Hill Road Opelika, AL 36804 Phone: (334)705-6000 Fax: (334)745-9795