Central High School (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)

Central High School (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)

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Central High School (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)

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Central High School is a high school in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, enrolling grades 9-12. The school enrolls approximately 700 students, and is one of three traditional high schools in the Tuscaloosa City School District along with Paul W. Bryant High School and Northridge High School. Central High School offers the International Baccalaureate program.

Central High School was formed by the merger of Tuscaloosa High School and Druid High School in 1979 in response to a federal desegregation order. The school operated on two campuses, a west campus (West Central) made up of the former Druid High property and enrolling grades 9 and 10, and an east campus (East Central) on the former Tuscaloosa High grounds enrolling grades 11 and 12. In 1999, the desegregation order was lifted, and two new high schools, Bryant and Northridge, were opened in 2003. In 2004, all Central students were transferred to West Central so that East Central could be demolished for a new Central High facility. The $31 million school building was completed in 2006 and houses all current Central students.Alison Schmitke, "", Rethinking Schools, Vol. 20, No. 2, Winter 2005/2006; Jonathan Shaw, "", West End Journal, April 9, 2007.

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