“Touching the future one child at a time”
History of Lupton Jr. High School
Lupton School is located in the Northwestern part of Walker County and has an estimated enrollment of 500 students in preschool through 8th grade. The community is very supportive of the school and plays an integral part of the success of the school. The Lupton PTO provides money for many projects and provided funding for the new gymnasium and the playground.
The present building was built in 1962 and combined the Old Lupton School with Prospect School. The school originally had grades 1-9. The closing of Thach, Redmill and Nauvoo Schools made it necessary to expand the school. There have been four additions. The school currently has 36 teachers including a counselor, reading coach, librarian, principal and assistant principal.
Lupton offers volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball and cheerleading. Students may also participate in a variety of programs such as K-Kids, Builders Club, Beta Club, Student Government, Quiz bowl, and the Spelling Bee. We have 2 computer labs and classroom computers with Accelerated Reader, Compass Learning, Easy Tech, Math and Sat-10 programs. The school uses research based methods to ensure a successful school climate. The family like atmosphere ensures that every student has the opportunity to be successful.
Lupton takes pride in the excellent academic reputation it has acquired. Lupton was SACs accredited in 2004. We were named a 2006 Banner School by CLAS.
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