Fairhope Middle SchoolTwo Pirate DriveFairhope, AL 36532Phone: 251-928-2573Fax: 251-990-0403
From Mrs. Angie Hall, Principal
As the Principal of Fairhope Middle School, I want to welcome you to our wonderful school! We are proud of our school and are committed to our mission. Come "Experience the Excellence" with us and GO PIRATES!
I have been employed by the Baldwin County Board of Education for over thirty years in a variety of positions, and have served as the Principal of Fairhope Middle School since 2010. My education includes a bachelor's and two master's degrees from the University of South Alabama. I am married to my high school sweetheart, Mike Hall, a nurse practitioner, and we have two wonderful sons, Phillip and Joshua. My goal is to ensure the safety of your child and create a caring environment where the students and teachers are happy. With each of us working together, we will have a great school year! I am very fortunate to have my Assistant Principals to help with our mission.
Mr. Shawn O'Connor, 8th Grade Assistant Principal
I am truly blessed to be the 8th grade Assistant Principal at the best school in Baldwin County! I have taught Special Education in Baldwin County for 20 years. I received a Bachelor’s from the University of Alabama, a Master’s from the University of West Florida and, lastly, an administration certificate from the University of South Alabama. I have also served in the Alabama National Guard for 21 years. I am currently the First Sergeant of the 1166th Military Police Company. My wife and I have two beautiful girls. I love spending time with my family at the beach and going to Disney.
Roll Tide & Go Pirates!
Mrs. Katie Shurett, 7th Grade Assistant PrincipalMy name is Katie Shurett. I am honored and excited to serve the families and students of Fairhope Middle School. I began my career in 2005 in Metro Nashville Public Schools, where I taught Kindergarten, First grade, English Learners, and Special Education. I earned my Masters Degree in Instructional Leadership in 2018 from Carson Newman University in Tennessee. My goal is to honor those who have taught me by having a positive and exponential impact on others and the craft of education.
Fairhope Middle School’s motto is, “Experience the Excellence.” This educational philosophy is the driving force for all we do. Our pursuit of excellence sets the expectation that our students will indeed do their best in every aspect of their lives. With the expectation of excellence, we believe in empowering all students to achieve their full potential. This means helping them become intellectual, responsible, ethical individuals who are well prepared to meet the challenges and responsibilities of life.
The mission of Fairhope Middle School is to:
Empower bold and honorable life-long
learners who strive for excellence,
serve others, and find success.
The staff and faculty of Fairhope Middle School believe that the high expectations teachers have for students support learning as our central purpose. The educational climate must be safe and orderly to ensure learning for all students. The faculty should equip students with the skills needed to be successful in their next level of schooling. This includes the use of a variety of resources such as technology and the media. Commitment from students, teachers, families, and the community is an essential part of each student’s educational success.
Protecting our students, teachers and employees is my priority. The Baldwin County Public School System has partnered with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office, the Baldwin County Commission and our municipal law enforcement agencies so that ALL our school campuses have a dedicated School Resource Officer each school day.
As part of our school system's multi-million dollar commitment to safety, a "buzz in"- video identification check is available on each campus. Everyone must follow stated safety procedures.
Of note, just because you hear "lockdown" does not necessarily mean there is an emergency on campus. We are sometimes alerted by law enforcement of a concern in the community that prompts us to implement our safety plan.
Of supreme importance: if you hear something, say something- not on social media- but report immediately to law enforcement, a teacher or school administrator all concerns. School administrators and law enforcement will sort out the validity. Together, we form a partnership that keeps our schools safe. Thank you for being a partner!
Director of Prevention Support