Sardis aims to produce students who are productive and motivated citizens.  Our objective is to recognize each child as a unique individual and strive to meet the educational needs of all our students by providing a learning environment conducive to the process of learning, while producing a young adult who will be equipped with the skills and knowledge required to become an asset to his or her community; thereby enabling each one with the means to live successfully in this fast paced world of change.


                        Sardis High School is a Title I School                       
  • Sardis Varsity Football plays Crossville Friday night starting at 7:00 p.m. Homecoming Court Presentation will be at 6:30 p.m. ​We will be preselling tickets in the office from 8:00-2:00.
  • Every Wednesday the scrapbooking club will meet in the library from 3 till 5.
  • Homecoming Schedule for Oct 15th-18th:
    Tuesday - Farmer vs Frat
    Wednesday - Decade Day
    Thursday - Homecoming Shirt/Class Color Day
    2:00 Spirit Olympics
    6:30 Bonfire
    Friday - Jersey/Red and White Day
    9:30 Pep Rally
    12:00 Early Release
    1:15 Parade Line Up Begins
    2:00 Homecoming Parade
    6:30 Homecoming Court Presentation
    7:00 Homecoming Game


Welcome to Sardis High School...Home of the Lions! Principal: Mrs. Wendy Gibbs Assistant Principal: Josh Wallace

Come Out and Support Our
Sardis Lion Band
at Mid-South Band Competition
September 28th at 4:45 p.m.
at Gadsden City High School



Financial Fitness Team Champs

to the
Sardis Financial Fitness Team
for winning the Financial Fitness Tournament
in Orlando, Florida in June
Pictured L to R: Natalie Strickland (Teacher), Kloe McCurley, Daniel Rich, Alia Smith-Main, and Jessica Brown (Family Savings Credit Union Representative)



School Closing
Sardis High School will be closed
Thursday, May 16th for students, faculty,
and staff to attend
State Softball Playoffs in Montgomery.

Good Luck Girls!!!!


State Bound

Softball Team advances to the Final 8!!
They will be playing Thursday in Montgomery!!

Trent Presley high jump
​Trent Presley
​4th Place in the High Jump at State


Abby Burns
Abby Burns for placing 4th
​State Track Meet in Triple Jump
Brody Lowe State Track Meet

Brody Lowe for placing 2nd
State Track Meet in Discus

Softball Class 5A Area 13 Champions

 Sardis Varsity Softball Team
Class 5A Area 13 Champions

Girls Tennis Section Champs

Section Champions
4 Years Running
Front L to R: Jeslyn Taylor and Caroline Johnson
Back L to R: Ella Handley, Grace Sauls, Gracie White and Carleigh Johnson


2019 Cheaha Chapt Tournament

Congratulations to the Sardis Financial Fitness Team for winning the Etowah County Financial Fitness Tournament and the Cheaha Chapter Tournament. Pictured L to R: Jessica Brown (Family Savings Credit Union), Kloe McCurley, Alia Smith-Main, Daniel Rich, and Natalie Strickland (Teacher).
Next, they will be competing against teams across southern Alabama for a chance to win a trip to Orlando to compete against teams from Florida.


Danya Wright

On February 8, 2019, we lost a teacher at Sardis High School, Mrs. Wright. The students and faculty who knew her mourn her passing today. The day was an ominous one to say the least. There was no usual idle chatter or laughter in the hallways of the school. It was if the lights themselves dimmed. Only those who knew nothing of her or her battle with cancer were carefree today, or maybe they had heard of her, but not enough to give up more than a moment of silence. I knew of her. A brilliant science teacher, one that people spoke highly of, a light of passion when they spoke of her or her battle that she fought.

Personally, I never got to meet her; I saw her in passing, but it doesn't mean I feel nothing. Her death got me thinking.....if one of my teachers that I held up on a higher basis, one that I respected and cared for, was to pass, how would I feel? This is why I am not laughing and making mirth. Today I remember a woman who fought bravely through her own personal war. She was a beacon, but ultimately, she lost. The war is over for her, and now she will be laid to rest.

To her family, I am sorry for your loss. For the students she left behind, the friends, I can't imagine what you are going through right now. May you all find peace in the knowledge that you know she is now at peace and no longer has to suffer or worry about her cancer.
                                        - A student at Sardis High School
JV Girls wins County
Congratulations to the JV Girls
2018-2019 County Champions

2018 Coronation Court

to the
2018 Coronation King, Queen and Class Favorites

Pictured L to R: 10th Grade Macy Noojin and Preston Ray; 11th Grade Hailey Hill and Braxton Brooks; King Brandon Noblitt and Queen Grace Sauls; 12th Grade Mary-Katherine Lang and Sayle Anderson; 9th Grade Mary Emily Royal and Zion Delgado


Congratulations to
Mason Brooks
for Winning 1st Place
from District 4 on Neely Henry Lake

Mason Brooks 1st Place


2018-2019 FBLA Officer Induction
2018-2019 FBLA Officer Induction
L to R: Mrs. Strickland, Adviser; Aubrie Pierce, President; Madie Shirley, VP of FBLA Week; Cassie Rodgers, VP of Membership; Caitlin Taylor, VP of March of Dimes; Abby Dale Rodgers, Secretary; Allison Burns, Treasurer; Autumn Minyard (not pictured), Reporter; Dallas Dean, Historian; and Zoe Green, Parliamentarian.

Mr. Burns' Drivers Ed classes were given a presentation by Rodney Cosper with the Alabama Trucking Association and UPS. He discussed the dangers of sharing the road with big trucks.

Drivers Ed 1
Drivers Ed 2
Sardis Financial Fitness Team
Wins 1st Place in Orlando, FL
Team members: Sadie Ross, Trey Dalrymple and Caitlin Taylor

Financial Fitness Team



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