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When Are the Schools' Holiday Vacations, Anyway?

Plan your Thanksgiving, Christmas and the rest of the holiday season with a quick look at when Birmingham students will be in class or on vacation.

November means the first semester or quarter is winding down for Birmingham students, meaning holiday breaks are ahead.

Whether you're staying home, going to grandma's house or planning a trip to somewhere warm this holiday season, here's a quick reminder of when the kids will be in class and when their holiday vacations begin:

Birmingham Public Schools

November

  • Nov. 5: End of first quarter for elementary, Birmingham Covington School (BCS) and middle school students
  • Nov. 6: No school for elementary, BCS and middle school students
  • Nov. 16-20: High school exams; students attend half- and full-days
  • Nov. 21-23: Thanksgiving break; no school
  • Nov. 26: No school for high school students

December

  • Dec. 4: 90-minute delayed start
  • Dec. 24-Jan. 2: Winter break; no school

 

Roeper School

November

  • Nov. 21-23: Thanksgiving break, no school

December

  • Dec. 24-Jan. 4: Holiday break; no school

 

Holy Name School

November

  • Nov. 6: Election Day; no school
  • Nov. 21-23: Thanksgiving break; no school

December

  • Dec. 24-Jan. 2: Christmas break; no school

 

Our Shepherd Lutheran School

November

  • Nov. 21: 11:30 a.m. dismissal
  • Nov. 22-23: Thanksgiving break; no school

December

  • Dec. 20-Jan. 4: Christmas break; no school

 

Eton Academy

November

  • Nov. 20-23: Thanksgiving break; no school

December

  • Dec. 19-21: Upper School exams
  • Dec. 24-Jan. 4: Holiday break; no schools

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