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George Walton Academy had a parade for the Class of 2020 Saturday, May 16, and will conduct its graduation in the summer.

Changes are afoot for school systems in the fall, regardless of what happens with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but school officials are working to try and limit what adjustments they will have to make.

Students, adults will pay more on campus next year

The Monroe Community Building will soon return to its original purpose as a place of education, as the next home of the Monroe Country Day School.

Loganville High School seniors were able to pick up their caps, gowns and yearbooks Monday, May 11, 2020, as they wrap up a senior year halted by the coronavirus outbreak.

Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville is launching a new “nexus” degree program in professional sound design for film and television.

Monroe Area High School seniors had the chance to collect their caps and gowns, and other graduation materials, back on campus Monday, April 27, 2020. It was the first time for many students to be back on campus since in-person education was suspended in mid-March due to COVID-19.


Classic Disney musical comes to stage courtesy of LCA middle school students


Social Circle junior earns spot in Junior Olympics as marksman

Children, parents adapt to distance learning with campuses closed

Boards must agree to extend attendance pact

Systems, academies react to the threat of illness

Athens Technical College will extend its spring break, then expand online learning, due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

The Walton County Board of Education is poised to approve a new construction project that will lead to major renovations and new construction at Bay Creek Elementary School.

A longtime Walton County teacher was charged with public intoxication after being arrest outside her school.

Dwindling enrollment forced the board of Covenant Christian Academy to make a tough decision. The school won't reopen for 2019-20.

Hooker dives in as he starts job with Social Circle

Come 8 a.m. Monday, Robbie Hooker will be ready to go on the first day of his new job leading the Social Circle City Schools.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has selected local students recognized by their schools for achievements, character, leadership and/or community involvement.

The beginning of summer break brings vacation Bible schools at churches

Drama class puts on a show for spring musical season

Foothills Charter School was initially created as an answer to north and Middle Georgia’s dropout problem.