Baldwin County Public Schools
Elberta Middle Elberta, AL

  Mission Statement  

Elberta Middle School is dedicated to educating the mind, body, and spirit of each child. Through the cooperative efforts of a knowledgeable, motivated, and caring staff, students will become responsible, creative, and self-disciplined learners.

In partnership with the community, the Baldwin County Public Schools' mission is to provide a quality education that fosters learning.

 

Vision Statement  

Our vision is to create a world class learning environment.

  

  About The School  

Elberta, Alabama

Elberta is a wonderful warm community, located in Baldwin County, Alabama and founded in 1904 by the Baldwin County Colonization Company.  It is the home of the famous Elberta Sausage Festival, which is held in celebration of our town's German Heritage the last Saturday of each March and October.  Learn about our deep agricultural roots and our ethnic diversity by visiting the Baldwin County Heritage Museum.  Elberta celebrated it's 100th birthday in 2004.

Elberta is located just 10 miles from the beautiful Gulf Beaches in Gulf Shores, Alabama and the Tanger Outlet Mall in Foley, Alabama.  Elberta is 17 miles from Pensacola, Florida.  The 2000 Census indicated Elberta's Population to be 552.  We continue to grow as a community.

Elberta is seeing an increase in businesses in the community.  Regions Bank has been long-standing in the community.  Vision Bank has joined the number of growing businesses.

Town sports such as basketball, baseball, football and soccer are offered from the Optimist Club and the Elberta Little League Association.  There is also an Elberta Cheerleading Association to support the football teams.