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"Educating Productive Citizens"




"At Your Service" 2019 Professional Development Workshops


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Report cards for 2017-18 were recently released and Coffee County Schools received an overall system score of 88/grade of B, improving 4 points from a score of 84/grade of B in 2016-17. Coffee County Schools is one of 90 Alabama school districts maintaining their grade.

Kinston School, New Brockton High School, and Zion Chapel School improved scores by 2-3 points. Kinston School ranked number one in scores in the county along with one other school in Coffee County.

Kevin Killingsworth, Coffee County Superintendent of Education, is extremely pleased with the system’s overall improvement and credits the hard work of teachers, staff, and students.

Additional information regarding each school’s report card may be found at ALSDE.




"Educating Productive Citizens"

Statement of Purpose

The primary purpose of Coffee County Schools is to provide all students with a rich variety of educational experiences and opportunities. Our system strives to meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles and a wide range of abilities and goals. Coffee County School System believes that all students can become contributing members of today's society, and it is our responsibility to help students build lives so they ensure success for college or career readiness. The system promotes academic achievements, diversity, equity, athletics, and extracurricular activities throughout all grade levels within the system.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Coffee County School System is to provide its students with the skills necessary to become well-rounded, productive citizens. To ensure this, the system provides a challenging curriculum presented by a dedicated staff in a safe, clean, and stimulating environment. Therefore, we feel the responsibility for educating young minds must be shared among parents, educators, and the students. The students will benefit when there is a clear understanding of each participant's role in the educational process. However, the student will suffer if any person fails to take that responsibility seriously.


Coffee County Schools strives to provide an excellent education so that all students are empowered to reach their maximum potential.


Educational decisions should be based on the best interests of students.

All students deserve educational opportunities that prepare them to compete at a local, national, or global level.

All students have the right to an adequate and equitable education.

Our system believes that parents are their children's first and most important teacher. Our system works diligently to actively engage, encourage, and support parents as advocates, policymakers, advisors, and active participants in the education of their children.

A variety of extracurricular activities are available for students. Participation in extracurricular activities can contribute to students becoming more well-rounded individuals. In addition, involvement in extracurricular activities may lead to scholarships, honors, and better job opportunities.

A safe and disciplined environment is important for learning to occur. Coffee County School System considers self-discipline as a learning process whereby the individual progressively learns to develop habits of self-control and recognizes his or her own responsibilities to society.  

A commitment to continuous improvement is imperative for students to successfully become confident, self-directed learners.  



College and Career Expo

The College and Career Expo for juniors is this Friday, April 5th at the New Brockton Farm Center. This is a wonderful opportunity for Juniors and their parents/guardians to learn about the numerous options in education and the workforce.We look forward to seeing each of you at this event. 


The address is:  New Brockton Farm Center

                           1015 East McKinnon Street

                           New Brockton, Alabama 36351


Kinston High School 

9:30am-10:30am(Farm Center)

10:30am-11:00am(County Commission Community Room)


Zion Chapel High School

10:00am-10:30am(County Commission Community Room)

10:30am-11:30am(Farm Center)


New Brockton High School

11:00am-11:30am(County Commission Community Room)

11:30am-12:30pm(Farm Center)



Coffee County Schools is presently reviewing our plans, procedures, methods of meeting our students' needs and your level of involvement in this process. To assist us in the review we are conduting the Coffee County Title I Community Survey. Your participation is very important to us. This survey helps us identify what we are doing right and improve and strengthen areas of concern. All responses are reviewed and given serious considerations. 


Kinston Elementary School Title I Survey (Grades Pre-K through 6)

Kinston High School Title I Survey (Grades 7 through 12)

New Brockton Elementary School Title I Survey (Grades Pre-K through 6)

New Brockton High School Title I Survey (Grades 7 through 12)

Zion Chapel Elementary School Title I Survey (Grades Pre-K through 6)

Zion Chapel High School Title I Survey (Grades 7 through 12)






Coffee County Schools

Facility Improvement & Energy Efficiency Program

Coffee County School System began a partnership with Schneider Electric in 2014 to design a strategy that will deliver energy efficiency in our facilities and sustain cost-saving results over time.  Please select the following link to view a graph of the savings our school system has incurred to date.


Energy Efficiency & Infrastructure Improvement Project - Schneider Electric


Prevention of Harrassment

The Coffee County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

To report content or functionality that is inaccessible to individuals with disabilities please contact Tami Crosby at or call 334-897-5016.


Coffee County School System | 400 Reddoch Hill Rd. | Elba, AL 36323 | Ph: 334-897-5016 | Fx: 334-897-6207