Birmingham City Council Districts, Councilors, and Associated Schools
NOTE:  This list of schools may be dated. Check these Birmingham City District Maps, also.

Birmingham City Council District / Birmingham Board of Education District City Council Representative
Schools in this District
District 1
Lashunda Scales Sun Valley Elementary, Arthur Elementary, Smith Middle, North Roebuck Elementary, Huffman Middle, Huffman High, Wright Elementary, Going Elementary
District 2
Kim Rafferty W.J. Christian K-8, Banks Middle, Robinson Elementary, Barrett Elementary, Curry Elementary, Putnam Middle, McElwain Elementary, Gate City Elementary
District 3
Valerie A. Abbott
Avondale Elementary, Glen Iris Elementary, EPIC Elementary, Ramsay High, Oliver Elementary
District 4
William H. Parker Woodlawn High, Hayes Middle, Hudson K-8, Gibson Elementary, Whatley Elementary, Kingston Elementary, Inglenook Elementary, Dupuy Alternative, Kennedy Alternative
District 5
Johnathan Austin
(Council President)
Alabama School of Fine Arts, Parker High, Hill Elementary, Tuggle Elementary, Phillips High, Kirby Middle, Wilkerson Middle, Lincoln Middle, Powell Elementary, Norwood Elementary
District 6
Sheila Tyson Elyton Elementary, Washington K-8, Center Street Middle, Spaulding Elementary, Hemphill Elementary, Jackson Elementary
District 7
James "Jay" Roberson, Jr.
(Council President Pro Tempore)
Arrington Middle, West End High, Price Elementary, Central Park Elementary, Wenonah Elementary, Wenonah High, A.G. Gaston K-8, Lee Elementary, Riley Elementary, Jones Valley Middle, Powderly Elementary, Green Acres, Princeton Alternative
District 8
Steven W. Hoyt

Ensley High, Bush Middle, Central Park Elementary, Tuxedo Elementary, Minor Elementary, Wilson Elementary, Glenn Middle, Brown Elementary
District 9
Marcus Lundy, Jr. Jackson Olin High, Council Elementary, South Hampton Elementary, Lewis Elementary, Baker Elementary, North Birmingham, Daniel Payne Middle, Riggins Elementary, Wylam Elementary