Booker T. Washington Magnet High School
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Booker T. Washington Magnet High School is preparing to move to a new campus, located at 4400 Bell Road! Thank you for your support following a school fire at our Union Street campus on August 18, 2018. To learn more about the new campus, visit our BTW in the News page.
New families should join BTW's Principal, Dr. Quesha Starks, on REMIND for summer updates. Send a text to 81010; text the following message: @62h63bd
Please SELECT the "ABOUT US" section link at the top of this page to review 2022-2023 School Information: BTW's Magnet Descriptions, Dress Code, and Supply List.
Recent News and Announcements
Second round magnet applications were accepted from Monday, May 9 through Friday, May 20. The application period has now ended.
Wednesday, May 18 was an asynchronous day for BTW Magnet students in grades 9, 10, and 11, due to graduation being held off campus at True Divine Baptist Church. This was not a holiday. All underclassmen were to work virtually from home that day and not report to campus.
Tryouts: Basketball and Cross CountryHigh School Boys Basketball Tryouts were held on Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3 from 4:00-5:30 PM at the Hayneville Road gym. Any interested student should have a current AHSAA physical on file in BTW Magnet Dragonfly or with Coach Smith prior to tryouts.High School Cross County Tryouts were held on Thursday, May 5 from 4:00-4:45 PM at ASF Park in the center field (our normal location). Any interested student should have a current AHSAA physical on file in BTW Magnet Dragonfly or with Mrs. Gravatt prior to tryouts.Students who attended BTW, Baldwin, Floyd, or Johnnie Carr Magnet are eligible to play at BTW Magnet next season IF they have been accepted and qualify academically and for magnet qualifications.
The week of March 21 - 25 was spring break. Students and faculty returned to campus on Monday, March 28.
Monday, February 21, 2022 was an asynchronous day for MPS students. Teachers reported to campus, while students were to be virtual (online). This was a regular school day, not a holiday.
All MPS schools, including BTW Magnet, conducted learning virtually during the week of January 17 - 21. Monday, January 17 was a holiday, and classes were held remotely on Tuesday through Friday that week. Though the building was closed, classes were still in session.
For the schedule and other information, click below.