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Photo courtesy of Julie Chow-Wah.

In the Class 6A-7A division, the boys team finished 11th, scoring 155 points, and the girls team placed 16th with 114 points. Read more

Sports

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Photo courtesy of Vestavia Hills City Schools.

In late October, the Vestavia Hills Board of Education recognized the district’s Teachers of the Year and named both an elementary and secondary teacher of the year, honoring one teacher at each of the city’s eight schools. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Molly Dance.

After over a month of voting and campaigning, Slice Pizza & Brewhouse has a new pizza added to their Vestavia Hills menu thanks to Liberty Park Middle School. Read more

LP Middle

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Photo by Neal Embry.

The Alabama State Department of Education released its 2018-19 Education Report Card on Oct. 18 with high marks for Vestavia Hills City Schools. Read more

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Staff photo.

An integral part of Vestavia Hills City Schools is the relationship between parents and teachers, helped along by each school’s Parent Teacher Organization. Here are the leaders for each school’s PTO for the 2019-20 school year. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Vestavia Hills City Schools Director of Public Relations Whit McGhee said he’s heard the first day of school is like “Christmas morning” for teachers and school leaders who work tirelessly over the summer to get to day one. Read more

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Neal Embry

The goals were created as part of the strategic planning session held by Vestavia Hills City Schools. Read more

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Submitted by Sipu Momin Singh

On Saturday, Jan. 26, the Liberty Park Middle School Scholars Bowl Team placed first at their district tournament at Spain Park High School. Read more

LP Middle

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

Despite the cold weather, families and friends went to Vestavia Hills City Hall to celebrate the annual tree lighting ceremony and watch a variety of community performances. Read more

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Kamp Fender

The student, LeeAnna Cunningham, saw one of her best friends, Coach Brett Richards, dressed up as Prince Charming for the ceremony. Read more

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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recognized five Alabama schools on Oct. 1 as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2018. Read more

LP Middle

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Neal Embry

New superintendent touts school achievement, community support during annual report. Read more

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan

LPMS students study meteorology with weather balloon. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Vestavia Hills City Schools.

Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, who served during the term of President George W. Bush, visited Liberty Park Middle School on May 15 as part of the school’s International Day celebration. Read more

LP Middle

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Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Weaver.

Liberty Park 7th-grader racks up state, national barrel-racing awards. Read more

People

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Photo by Emily Featherston.

Next month, around the time students and teachers are taking off for spring break, David and Keri Howard will be celebrating their 18th wedding anniversary. Read more

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Courtesy of Vestavia Hills City Schools

The board will vote on Rozell's contract in July. Read more

Schools

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Photo courtesy of the National Senior Games/Tyler Rocheleau.

The National Senior Games is held every two years, with cities around the country bidding to host the event. Birmingham has bid for the games twice before, and finally won the event this year. Read more

Sports

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Photos by Sydney Cromwell.

Across Vestavia schools, students will be able to study the atmosphere, virtually travel the world, work with robots and more, thanks to 15 grants awarded by the Vestavia Hills City Schools Foundation, totaling nearly $59,000. Read more

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Emily Featherston

Representatives discussed potential changes, including an alignment of schedule. Read more

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