Parent Information

School Hours

Take In Time: 

Magnet Bus Take-In:  7:15 (approximate)

Car-Riders Take-In:    Immediately following bus in-take (Shortly after 7:15)

Breakfast served 7:15 - 7:30

Class begins at 7:35/ Tardy if not in-class by 7:35. 

Dismissal Time: 

Magnet Bus Dismissal:  2:20

Car-Riders Dismissal:    2:25 (following bus)

*Bus transportation will be provided from students' zoned schools to the magnet bus hub (at Clark-Shaw) and then to Barton.


Application periods open in the fall and spring for the following school year and will be processed through the magnet programs.

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Most registration processes will take place online.  Visit


Dr. Amanda Jones

Dr. Amanda C. Jones 


Contact email:

Twitter: @amandau27 


Barton Phone: 251-221-1040

Barton Fax: 251-221-1041


Top: Girls AND Boys

Blue Buttoned Oxford with Barton Embroidered Logo

(Carried at Zoghby's Uniforms) 

Girls Uniform Shirt

Bottom: Girls

Barton Plaid 1D Double-Pleated Skort

OR  Light Grey Flannel Pants (Both Carried at Zoghby's Uniforms)

Girls Plaid Skirt

Bottom: Boys

 Light grey flannel pants

(Carried at Zoghby's Uniforms)

Lt. Grey Flannel Pant

Belt: Solid Black Belt Must Be Worn With Pants that have Belt Loops


Socks: Girls - Solid Black Socks or Tights / Boys - Solid Black Socks


Shoes: Black and Grey Suede or Leather Saddle Oxford (Carried at Zoghby's) OR  Solid Black Loafer or Business/Casual Shoe


    Solid Black Jacket or Sweater/Cardigan

    (NO Logos or words with the exception of the official embroidered Barton Logo available at Zoghby's Uniforms)

    Additional Notes:

    Black Blazer with Barton Logo will be provided and worn by 9th grade students. 

    Zoghby Uniforms will serve as our uniform supplier for "official" Barton attire.  If you need uniform assistance, please contact our school principal, Dr. Jones, or our school counselor, Mrs. Smith.  

    Additional items (spirit shirts, ties, etc.) will be sold through the school at a later time. 

    Our Barton students are expected to "dress for success".  Hair, nails, jewelry, etc. should be natural and may not distract from the learning environment.