Loxley Elementary School Mission Statement
Loxley Elementary School assures the development of a well adjusted child who is motivated to become a successful, responsible citizen. This will be accomplished by providing a challenging curriculum in a secure environment through the cooperative efforts of caring parents and a dedicated staff.
Loxley Elementary School Pledge
Today I pledge to myself and classmates at Loxley Elementary School that I will use my skills to do my best school work and treat others fairly.
School Wide Project Goals
The following four goals are the emphasis of the "Children First" school wide project:
Improve reading, language arts, math, science, and technology skills
Improve geography skills with focus on the water systems of Alabama
Maintain a consistent school wide discipline plan and promote promote positive student health
Increase parental involvement
Loxley Elementary School History
Loxley Jr. High was built in 1927. It was located on Chicago Street and was built by WPA workers. The school served first through ninth grades. Mrs. Bertie Gilbert was the schools first principal. Mr. W. Chandler McGowen, Mr. Leslie Smith and Mr. A. R. McVay were former principals, who went on to become superintendents of the school board.
In 1977, a new Jr. High School was built on County Road 49 in Loxley, to serve seventh through ninth grades. At that time the old school was known as Loxley Elementary School, serving kindergarten through sixth grades.
In 1995, Central Baldwin Middle School was built in Robertsdale. At this time our Jr. High Students were moved to Central Baldwin, and the former Jr. High served fourth and fifth grades. In 1997, a new wing was built onto the school. This addition added 21 classrooms, a computer lab, library and a gym to the campus. Currently, the school has approximately 415 students enrolled. Our school serves kindergarten through sixth grades.