Albertville is a city in Marshall County.
The area which today includes Albertville was inhabited by the Cherokee Indians until their removal to Oklahoma in the 1830s. It was, however, near the territory of the Creek nation, and several major trails which afforded communication (or military action) between the two nations crossed the area. It is believed to have been crossed by Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto during his expeditions in 154.
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Albertville City Schools currently serves over 5000 students in Pre-K through 12th grade at six schools:
- Albertville High School (9-12)
- Albertville Middle School (7-8)
- Evans Elementary School (5-6)
- Albertville Elementary School (3-4)
- Albertville Primary School (1-2)
- Big Spring Lake Kindergarten
In addition, over 90 Pre-K students are served at the Albertville Early Learning Center on the campus of APS/AES.
The Albertville Museum, also serves as the Historical Association for the City of Albertville. The Museum opened, in what had previously been the Little Branch Primitive Church, in January 2012. The museum is located across from the historic 'Old Albertville Cemetery'. The building housing the museum stands on the spot where Albertville's first church and school were built (ca.1850). Both were called Jones Chapel, as was the community.
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