The cast and crew of the production of "Sistas" earned a fourth-place win at the GHSA One Act Play Championships 2022.
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The Columbia County School District is proud to announce the achievement and status of the Georgia School Boards Association’s (GSBA) 2022 Exemplary School Board recognition.
The Columbia County School District has been made aware of a rash of fake threats being made in school districts across the state. Presently, no direct threats have been made to our schools.
Let’s Talk is a series of free community forums hosted by the Columbia County School District. This month, attendees can hear from guest speaker Venus Morris Griffin, and participate in a question-and-answer panel with representatives and educators from a variety of local organizations.
The Columbia County Foundation for Children was named this year's Outstanding Partner in Education for their dedication to the students, staff, and families of the Columbia County School District.
Harlem Attic Treasures recently donated $60,000 to local schools in the Columbia County School District and one school in the neighboring McDuffie County School District.
Several Columbia County School District educators participated in and were recognized for excellence at the 63rd Annual Georgia Council Teachers of Mathematics (GCTM) Georgia Math Conference in Eatonton, Georgia.
Columbia County School District Board of Education member Judy Teasley has been appointed as one of 17 to serve on the new Georgia Commission on Civics Education.
Congratulations to Harlem High for being selected to receive the GHSA Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award 2021-2022.
Congratulations to Mrs. Julie Savina for being one of 31 parents from across the state selected to serve as a member of the Georgia Department of Education Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council.
The Columbia County School District continues to exceed state and national averages on the American College Test (ACT), which was administered to students in the 2021-2022 school year.
Two administrators received Assistant Principal and Principal of the Year honors by the Georgia Association of Middle School Principals.
The Columbia County School District continues to see encouraging success, with more than 90% of high school students from the Class of 2022, earning their high school diplomas.
In celebration of Georgia Pre-K Week, Columbia County School District special guests visited several schools to read to Pre-K Students.
Ms. Butler teaches fifth grade at Martinez Elementary, while Westmont Elementary is being rebuilt. Congratulations to Ms. Butler, all of the finalists, and school-level Teachers of the Year.