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Middle Schools

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2013 Raider Way,
Grovetown, GA 30813
Phone: 706-541-1252 
Fax: 706-854-5820
4785 Hereford Farm Road,
Evans, GA 30809
Phone: 706-863-2275
Fax: 706-854-5810
5120 Riverwood Parkway,
Evans, GA 30809
Phone: 706-650-6080
Fax: 706-854-5800
5463 Harlem Grovetown Rd.,
Grovetown, GA 30813
Phone: 706-855-2514
Fax: 706-868-3734
424 Hawes Branch Pkwy.,
Harlem, GA 30814
Fax: 706-854-5816
527 Blue Ridge Drive,
Evans, GA 30809
Phone: 706-855-6900
Fax: 706-854-5805
1095 Fury’s Ferry Road,
Evans, GA 30809
Phone: 706-868-3712
Fax: 706-854-5824
3830 Blackstone Camp Rd.,
Martinez, GA 30907
Phone: 706-447-2106
Fax: 706-447-2103

All eight Columbia County middle schools offer a full range of engaging learning opportunities that address the needs of the whole child. Whether it is core classes or career connections, athletics or extracurricular activities, the purpose of the middle schools is to challenge students to grow academically, athletically, artistically and socially, preparing them for the world of work.

STEM Learning

One of the exciting ways we are meeting this challenge is our focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education, as it prepares students to work in fields desperately needed in the future. STEM education encourages a curriculum that is driven by problem-solving, discovery, exploratory learning, and student-centered development of ideas and solutions.Our district goal is for each middle school to earn state STEM program certification, a comprehensive process which involves math, science and technology integration through the implementation of the Engineering Design Process.

ProblemBased Learning

Schools work together with our Partners in Education collaboratively on ProblemBased Learning projects that connect the curriculum with real-world problems. Students are actively involved in hands-on projects that require research and formal presentations. With this model, students are actively engaged in the activities they read about and are able to increase their range of technical skill and problem-solving ability. Problem-based study using a variety of research strategies, group activities and independent work allows students to pursue their individual interests and to learn from area school partners in education.

Interdisciplinary Instruction

Columbia County School District students in each middle school participate in STEM competitions like the E-Cybermission Challenge and extracurricular clubs such as Science Olympiad and Academic Bowl. Because of the emphasis on interdisciplinary instruction, Fine Arts, English-Language Arts, and Social Studies are infused in our STEM programs and activities. Through our STEM instruction, we are advancing STEM careers for all students, opening up possibilities that they may not have considered. We are very proud of our district STEM initiative as it creates a highly engaged, learning environment for Columbia County middle school students!

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