Pardon Our Progress

Homewood City Schools' Facilities Update

Parents and students may notice construction trucks when they pull up to Homewood’s schools on Wednesday, August 8. This summer, all five of Homewood City Schools’ facilities have been under construction to prepare for the future of the system. Below are some of the changes and upgrades you will see at the start of school

Check out the elementary schools' renovated front entrances and secured vestibules

The elementary schools will be different from the minute you step in the front door with renovated front offices, secured vestibules, new carpet and tile, and a fresh coat of paint and/or wallpaper. At all of the elementary schools, carpool will operate as normal this year.

Homewood Middle School

Homewood Middle School hallways have been transformed to add six new classrooms throughout the school, and six multipurpose spaces have been added. Also at HMS, the band room has been extended and choir room has been relocated. Throughout this school year, HMS will see construction happening outside the competition gym as the new multipurpose area is built. At HMS, carpool will also operate as normal this year.

Homewood High School


The most recognizable construction is happening at Homewood High School on the North side of the school which has been removed and cleared as crews prep for the next phases of adding more classrooms and a new and improved entrance to HHS. Carpool and parking will be changed this year at HHS as construction continues. For parking information and diagrams, please see the HHS website under Latest News: http://hhs.homewood.k12.al.us/.

For More Information

As there will be construction during the school year, these areas have been secured with perimeter fencing and labeled with appropriate signage.


For more information about our facilities updates, please visit the HCS Facilities website.


Please pardon our progress as we continue to build the future of Homewood City Schools to provide our students and staff with the resources needed to help them reach their unique potential.