Families that moved from Baldwin County, Alabama, established the community of Beulah in the 1880 era. One of the early settlers was William Shelby. Mr. Shelby saw a need for a school and donated one and a half acres of land for construction of the first building, which was a log cabin. The original Beulah Elementary had 3 teachers and 12 students.
...And this is NOW ! ! !
Beulah Elementary moved into a modern school on Helms Road during 1980-1981. The school presently serves kindergarten through fifth grade. The faculty has grown to 73 teachers and now has 950+ students.
Honors of Distinction
Beulah Elementary holds high honors for its record of achievements:
A Five Star School
High Achievement in State Standardized Testing
100% Parent and Teacher Membership in PTA
Here at Beulah Elementary, we promote joy and learning in a safe, positive and child-centered environment.
Our mission at Beulah Elementary School is to provide every opportunity for each child to learn and develop physically, academically, creatively, and emotionally.