"Developing the Intellect" of the students we serve.....

  • Program of study focuses on preparing students for success in the college/university of their choice 

  • Emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, and application of knowledge

  • State of the art facilities with technological resources to support student learning

  • Graduation rate is 100% for the Classes of 2010 to 2019 with average of 97% enrolling in a post-secondary institution after graduation.

  • Honors and Accelerated Math and English courses offered beginning in the 6th grade

  • 4 Advanced Placement (AP) courses certified by College Board & pre-AP courses offered in High School.  All 4 AP courses (Biology, Language, Calculus, and Statistics) have pass rates that consistently exceed State rates. AP Language pass rate has exceeded global pass rate for the past 8 consecutive years.   AP Biology pass rate has exceeded global pass rate for the past 7 consecutive years.  AP Calculus pass rate has exceeded global pass rate for past 2 years.

  • SAT and ACT averages for top 75% of graduates continually exceed the state and national averages in each area.

  • Dual Enrollment program with GMC Junior College.   During SY18-19, 47% of our Sophomores, 79% of our Juniors, and 67% of our Seniors participated in the Dual Enrollment program with Georgia Military College.  These 140 students successfully completed 636 college classes and earned 2942 college quarter credit hours

  • Classes of 2015-2019 have been awarded over 9.2 million dollars in college scholarship funds in addition to HOPE and Zell Miller awards.   Approximately 65% of each of the past three graduating classes earned scholarship monies toward their postsecondary education due to their performance in academics, athletics, fine arts, and/or military. 

  • Since 2007, 93% of graduates enroll in a college/university upon graduation; 95% returning for 2nd year.

  • 80% of graduates in Classes of 2006-2010 have earned at least one college degree.  Of these, 73% hold a Bachelor's Degree or higher and 27% hold an Associate's Degree.