• Career and Technical Education courses are integral to the Boaz City Schools academic programs. Representing numerous occupational clusters within several career pathways, CTE courses support student achievement and direction by:

    • Providing opportunities for career exploration, planning and preparation
    • Enhancing academic applications, achievement and motivation to learn more
    • Acquiring generic work competencies and proficiencies useful for employment
    • Attaining foundational skills that support success in educational and professional endeavors
    • Establishing pathways for continuing education and lifelong learning 
    • Preparing for future roles as citizens, leaders, and contributors within the global community

    CTE adds relevancy to rigorous coursework through methods such as contextual teaching and learning and applied academics. Students may call it “hands-on.” When they see the relevance of what they are learning, students tend to be more engaged in their education.


    To find out more about the Academies being offered at Boaz High School, please click here.


    Boaz City Schools

    Non-Discrimination Policy


    It is the policy of the Boaz City School system that no student be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or subjected to discrimination in any program or activity, on the basis of sex, race, age, disability, religion, belief, national origin or color in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts and other designated youth groups. Pursuant to the requirements of No Child Left Behind and the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, all homeless, migratory, immigrant, limited English proficient children and students in foster care must have equal access to the same free appropriate public education provided to all children and youth. All programs offered by schools within the school system shall be open to all students in compliance with statutory and judicial requirements. The enrollment of homeless, migratory, immigrant, limited English proficient and foster care children shall not be denied due to any of the following barriers: lack of birth certificate, lack of school records or transcripts, lack of immunization records, lack of proof of residency, lack of transportation, unaccompanied: no guardian and lack of social security number. For information regarding the compliance of this statement you may contact central office at the following number: (256) 593-8180.