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Magnolia School Foley, AL

  Mission Statement  

 Magnolia School Mission Statement


In partnership with parents and the community, the staff at Magnolia School will equip students with 21st century skills that will allow them to perform at or above grade level in reading and math and promote positive behavior in a safe environment.

  About The School  

Baldwin County Public Schools Mission and Vision Statements


Mission Statement

In partnership  with the community, the Baldwin County Public Schools'

mission is to provide a quality education that fosters learning.

Vision Statement
Our vision is to create a world class learning environment.


Magnolia School's History

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    Magnolia School is located between the community of Magnolia Springs and the town of Foley on County Road 55.  This school is a dream comes true for the community of Magnolia Springs.  In the early 1900’s, the town hall, now known as the Magnolia Springs Community Hall, was used as the first schoolhouse for area students.  In 1927, a school building was erected which later became known as the Magnolia Springs School. When the school was extensively damaged by fire in 1985, students were permanently transferred to various Foley school campuses.  Twelve years later, bids were approved for a new Magnolia School, the ground was broken and the building begun.  The faculty was completed in December 1998.  It encompasses 72,000 square feet consisting of 27 classrooms, a cafeteria, computer lab, gym, library, and office.  In the winter of 2000 the addition of 8 new classrooms began.  Magnolia School now has a total of 35 classrooms and a grand total of 85,000 square feet.









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