All Schools Transitioning to Remote

All Huntsville City Schools will transition to remote learning beginning Monday, Jan. 24 through Friday, Jan. 28. Students will return to campus on Monday, Jan. 31. HCS is joining school systems across North Alabama in transitioning to remote learning due to the impacts of COVID-19 and staffing availability. This decision helps ensure instruction can continue safely and effectively.  Click the More Information button below for additional details and instructions.

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Bayleigh Hicks

I am Bayleigh Hicks, a Huntsville native and graduate of Sparkman High School. I come from a family of educators and was inspired to become a teacher when I was little. Teaching has always been a passion of mine as I have loved working with students and all things academia from a young age. Every year I fall more in love with my profession and look forward to working with new students, teachers, and families. I am excited for another year of learning as we equip and empower our students to achieve their full potential as responsible, productive citizens.
B.A. Secondary Education/English Language Arts (The University of Alabama)
M.A. in Instructional Leadership (The University of West Alabama)
ALSDE Class B English/Language Arts and Secondary Education
ALSDE Class A Instructional Leadership
256-428-8000 ext. 2126
I attended The University of Alabama and received my undergraduate degree in Secondary Education/English Language Arts. I returned to Huntsville, AL and began my career as an educator in Huntsville City Schools. As I furthered my education, I attended The University of West Alabama and received my Masters Degree in Instructional Leadership.