Mission Statement  

Mission Statement

Grove Hill Elementary School's faculty and staff accept as our mission the education of all students to their highest level of performance in all areas of learning, enabling them to be successful members of society.

School Vision

"Together We Can Light the Future and Change the World!"

School Beliefs

1.  The success of our school is a shared responsibility among students, parents, teachers and the community.

2.  We believe all students learn best when they actively participate in the learning process.

3.  We are committed to providing a quality instructional program that considers the individual needs of all students.

4.  We believe that learning is best achieved in a safe and caring environment.

  About The School  

School Characteristics

Grove Hill Elementary School (GHES), established in 1976 and accredited since 1989, is a rural school in Grove Hill, Alabama. Grove Hill Elementary School is located approximately one-half mile from the business district of Grove Hill (Highway 43) and approximately one-fourth mile from the recently constructed Highway 43 By-pass. Grove Hill Elementary School's facility includes the original building, known as Building A, the 1993-94 addition, Building B, and the 1999-2000 addition, Building C. An outdoor instructional area and nature trail complete the physical makeup of our school's facility. Technologically, all classrooms have computers, access to the internet, E-mail, and phones. 

 

Grove Hill Elementary's School day begins at 7:50 A.M. and ends at 3:00 P.M.  An Grove Hill After School Adventure is provided for students (Kindergarten- eighth  grade) from dismissal time until 5:30 P.M. The primary goals of this program are to better utilize school facilities for the benefit of the community served, to provide highly certified personnel who assist students with academic goals, and to assist families with family literacy issues in order to help strengthen the parental involvement program.

 

Grove Hill Elementary School's students attend school for 187 days and receive a daily minimum of 360 minutes of instruction based on state-adopted curriculum. Music, guidance, and physical education are built into the schedule to allow for teacher planning.