Brindlee Mountain High School is part of the Marshall County School System. We are located between Guntersville and Arab off Hwy 69 on Scant City Rd. Brindlee Mountain High School has an enrollment of around 365 students from a predominantly rural community. Our feeder pattern includes Brindlee Mountain Primary (K-2), Brindlee Mountain Elementary School (3-5), Brindlee Mountain Middle School (6-8), and Brindlee Mountain High School (9-12). We offer standard and advanced placement (AP) classes to our students. We are also in partnership with Snead State Community College to offer Dual Enrollment courses. A large percentage of our students attend Marshall Technical School to study trade skills in many career fields. We offer many extracurricular activities from clubs to sports. Sports include basketball, baseball, softball, football, golf, cross country, volleyball, track, and cheerleading. Clubs include, FFA, FBLA, BETA, Mu Alpha Theta, Junior Civitan, 4-H, Spirit Club, and FTA. Our school aims to provide a quality high school experience with a quality education to prepare students for college, military, or to join the workforce.