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Athens Technical College-Elbert County Campus
Higher education has a clear “pay-off” and is a fundamental factor of development. Educated workers can figure out what-is and what-is-not worthy of support and effort when it comes to new business within the community.
Education promotes productivity and entrepreneurship. Productivity then creates technological advances, and so on…
–Rusty Warner, Economic Development Director, Elbert County Development Authority-
In addition to being the Elbert County Development Authority’s office of economic development, the Elbert County campus of Athens Technical College offers career development and academic support, in addition to regular programs of study.
The Elbert County Campus is located on 47 acres of beautifully landscaped, rolling land in Northeast Georgia not far from the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The campus incorporates a 6-acre lake and a community park. Opening in 1997, the campus now serves over 500 credit students from Elbert, Hart and Wilkes Counties, and other surrounding counties.
PROGRAMS of STUDY (just a sampling):
Accounting – Air Conditioning- Automotive- Baking & Pastry- Biological Sciences & Biotechnology- Business Technology- CAD-Basic & Advanced- Commercial Truck Driving- Computer Support- Consumer Economics -Cosmetology -Criminal Justice -Culinary Arts- Dental Assisting & Hygiene- Diesel Engine Service, Electronic & Maintenance- Drafting- Early Childhood Care & Education- Electric-Basic- Construction Systems- Environmental- EMC Professions- Fire Professionals- Grinder Operations (basic)- Healthcare- Hospitality- Hotel- Restaurant- Tourism- Industrial Systems- Interiors- Machine Tool Technology- Medical Assistant- Nanotechnology- Nursing- Paramedicine- PC Repair & Network Technician- Phlebotomy- Photovoltaic -Radiology- Social Work- Sports Management- Stormwater & Erosion Control- Surgical Technology- Veterinary- Technician Welding
2017 ‘LEADER COLLEGE” WINNER By Ashley A. Smith
Eight community colleges in the Achieving the Dream network received the Leader College designation Wednesday. The status is awarded to institutions that have shown three years of steady improvement in student success outcomes like graduation and remedial education completion. The eight colleges are: Athens Technical College, in Georgia Big Bend Community College, in Washington Community College of Allegheny County, in Pennsylvania Edmonds Community College, in Washington Housatonic Community College, in Connecticut Stanly Community College, in North Carolina Wallace State Community College, in Alabama West Georgia Technical College, in Georgia
Hope Scholarship-Georgia Free College Education
The Possibility to Go to College Free With the HOPE Scholarship!
Created in 1993, this grant program assists high GPA students with financial assistance in order to attend an eligible Georgia public or private college. Basic requirements are academic achievement and is not limited by the financial security of parents.
Georgia’s Hope Scholarship is a leader for other states scholarship programs.
Hope Scholarship Eligibility
- Meet HOPE’s U.S. citizenship or eligible non-citizen requirements;
- Be a legal resident of Georgia…
Hope Scholarship Award Amounts
Hope Scholarship Eligible Colleges and Universities
- Meet HOPE’s U.S. citizenship or eligible non-citizen requirements;
- Be a legal resident of Georgia;
- Meet enrollment requirements…
Hope Scholarship Application Procedures
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or,
- Complete the online Georgia Student Finance Application (GSFAPPS) or printable paper GSFAPPS application.
Note: The FAFSA must be completed each year…
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Elbert County Schools
The Elbert County School District will work successfully with families, community partners, and other key stakeholders to continually improve student outcomes. We envision creating a world-class school district founded on teacher and leader quality, innovative practices, and overall academic excellence.
Elbert County School District Receives Golden Radish Award for Farm to School Accomplishments
ATLANTA, 2016, 2017 & 2018 WINNER
Georgia’s Departments of Agriculture, Public Health, Education and Georgia Organics came together under the prestigious Gold Dome for the annual Golden Radish Awards to celebrate incredible gains made in the farm to school movement. Seventy-five school districts—nearly one-third of all public school districts in Georgia with a reach of over 1 million students—are now participating in farm to school programs and recognized through the Golden Radish Awards… View a fantastic aerial video about our town and schools—then Read More…
ELBERT COUNTY SCHOOLS CORE ESSENTIALS
Obviously proud of ALL “outside” accomplishments, the Elbert County School Board is particularly proud of its “non-negotiable” internal Core Essentials:
Well-managed, safe, and orderly environments that are conducive to learning and encourage respect for all.
Teachers effectively plan not only what to teach, but more importantly plan for whom they are going to teach.
During class and in every subject, students are reading, writing, and solving problems regularly. They are doing work of high cognitive demand to help them reach proficiency.
- Teachers and administrators monitor the progress of students while working collaboratively using the Data Team process.
- Teacher teams systematically choose a variety of diagnostic, formative, and summative assessment strategies and instruments that are valid and appropriate for the content and student population. They adjust instruction based on the results of these assessments.
- Teacher teams analyze student work on a regular basis to inform their instruction and to provide timely and constructive feedback to students and parents.
- Administrators are in classrooms every day, observing and discussing work with teachers and students.
- Teachers know their content and their students well and help each other improve their practice. They make their practice public and visit each other’s classrooms.
- Each teacher’s professional development is aligned with school goals. Choices about professional learning in which teachers participate are based on school improvement goals and students’ learning needs.
- Communication with parents is frequent, consistent, and documented when possible. It is focused on building partnerships to improve student performance. The Bottom Line: Closing Achievement Gaps In every grade, every student will achieve at high levels on all state assessments: Regular education students, special education students, and English language learners.
The Bottom Line: Closing Achievement Gaps In every grade, every student will achieve at high levels on all state assessments-regular education students, special education students, and English language learners.
The Bottom Line: In every grade, every student will achieve at high levels on all state assessments.
Contact the Board of Education then make the choice to place your company and children in Elbert County, GA!
A private, college preparatory school offering grades Pre-K through 12.
100% of Students Attend College
Transportation available: 706-549-9225
- An independent college preparatory day school serving students- 3 year old through Grade 12. Nine-hundred fifty-five students from 17 surrounding counties.
- 328 Upper School students
- Located on154 acres and including 21 buildings
- Graduates have attended college in 28 states and Canada since 2009.
- 178 Faculty and Staff with an average of 16 years experience – 61% have advanced degrees
- 1 to 1 laptop program starting in 5th grade
- STEAM topics woven into the curriculum through each grade level
- College counseling program
- International studies program
- Fine Arts Courses include – Chorus, Band, Jazz Band, Orchestra, Film Media Production, Ceramics, 3D Design, Acting and more
- Students compete in 20 Varsity and 18 Middle School teams
- 49 State Championships – 204 Region/Area titles
- 79% of 7-12 grade students participate
Area Colleges and Universities
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