Geneva County
Slocomb High School Slocomb, AL

  Mission Statement  

The Mission of the Geneva County School System, in partnership with its parents and community, is to educate all students in a safe, supportive, challenging environment where they can learn to be responsible and productive citizens of a culturally diverse society.

  About The School  

Welcome to Slocomb High School

Welcome to Slocomb High School, home of the Redtops!

Slocomb High School was instituted in 1901 in a wooden building near the site of the present day Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. In 1925, a larger school was built on Hemby Street, the present location of Slocomb Elementary School.The present building was erected in 1980 and Slocomb Middle School followed in 1988. SMS is made up of the sixth through the eighth grades. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors make up SHS.

According to Mr. James Bass, a Slocomb alumnus, John B. Davidson came to Slocomb High School as head coach after graduating from college. Coach Davidson painted his team's helmets red to distinguish them from the rest of the area teams' leather helmets. He called his team the Redtops, and the name stuck. At some point, the Indian was adopted as the school's mascot, and eventually this Indian became known as the Slocomb Redtop.

We are honored to have your child and / or children enrolled in the Slocomb School System.  We hope that you utilize our website for information and updates. Our administration, faculty, and staff are present to give your child the best education possible and ensure that our students achieve their goals. GO REDTOPS!!


Vision Statement

Achieving Excellence Together