Recipients

In our commitment to help prevent childhood obesity, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama’s Be Healthy School Grant Program supports schools throughout Alabama. The grants are for the implementation of school-based health and wellness programs, emphasizing increased exercise, nutrition education and parental involvement during the school year.

During the school year 2014 – 2015 Blue Cross awarded grants totaling $249,513 to 28 schools throughout the state. The participating schools were:  

 

School

City

County

Advent Episcopal School

Birmingham

Jefferson

Akron Community School

Akron

Hale

Arcadia Elementary

Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa

Auburn Early Education

Auburn

Lee

Blossomwood Elementary

Huntsville

Madison

Brilliant Elementary

Brilliant

Marion

Brocks Gap Intermediate

Hoover

Jefferson

Brooks Elementary

Killen

Lauderdale

Catoma Elementary

Montgomery

Montgomery

Centre Elementary

Centre

Cherokee

Clanton Elementary

Clanton

Chilton

Crestmont Elementary

Northport

Tuscaloosa

George Washington Carver

Tuskegee

Macon

Hemphill Elementary

Birmingham

Jefferson

Homewood Middle

Homewood

Jefferson

Huntington Place

Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa

Ladonia Elementary

Phenix City

Russell

Margaret Yarbrough Elementary

Auburn

Lee

Rucker Blvd Elementary

Enterprise

Coffee

Red Bay High

Red Bay

Franklin

Salem Elementary

Selma

Dallas

Samson Elementary

Samson

Geneva

Steele Jr. High

Steele

St. Clair

Taylor White Elementary

Mobile

Mobile

Thompson Intermediate

Alabaster

Shelby

Tuscaloosa Magnet

Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa

Valley Elementary

Pelham

Shelby

Vaughn Road Elementary

Montgomery

Montgomery