The Columbia County School System has established a pattern for consistent excellence and achievement, making it one of the premier school systems in Georgia. Columbia County students at the elementary and secondary school level consistently excel at a level greater than their peers at both the state and national level in the areas of academic achievement.
Expansion Magazine AwardExpansion Magazine, a leading national publication for expansion and relocation, has honored Columbia County School System with a Blue Ribbon rating. This Blue Ribbon rating is determined by evaluating college-board scores, graduation rates, and the community's financial commitment to education. Expansion Magazine has evaluated school districts around the country for the past 15 years.
School SystemThe Columbia County School System currently operates:
- 17 elementary schools, pre-kindergarten-5th grade
- 8 middle schools, grades 6-8
- 4 high schools, grades 9-12
- 1 alternative school, grades 6-12
Students attend schools based on geographical zones established by the Columbia County Board of Education. Currently, there are 4 high schools, with feeder schools coming from middle and elementary schools. Detailed information on school zones can be obtained by calling 706-541-0650, or by visiting the Columbia County School District website.
Area SchoolsThe following schools serve the Grovetown area:
|Name of School||Address||Phone||Website|
|Brookwood Elementary||455 S Old Bel Air Road||706-855-7538||Brookwood Elementary Website|
|Cedar Ridge Elementary||1000 Trudeau Trail||706-447-2100||Cedar Ridge Elementary Website|
|Euchee Creek Elementary||795 Louisville Road||706-556-4000||Euchee Creek Elementary Website|
|Grovetown Elementary||300 Ford Avenue||706-863-0800||Grovetown Elementary Website|
|Columbia Middle||6000 Columbia Drive||706-541-1252||Columbia Middle Website|
|Grovetown Middle||5463 Harlem-Grovetown Road||706-855-2514||Grovetown Middle Website|
|Grovetown High||2010 Warrior Way||706-541-2723||Grovetown High Website|