Douglas County School System Central Administration Offices 9030 Highway 5, Douglasville, GA30134 The Douglas County School System's Central Administration Offices are located at the corner of Gurley Road and Hwy 5,…More next to Hunter Park. The Douglas County School System employs more than 3, 360 people and is the county's largest employer. Approximately 24,500 students have registered in Douglas County schools for the 2010-2011 school year. There are 20 elementary schools, eight middle schools and four high schools located within Douglas County. A new high school and elementary school are under construction and will open within the next two years.
Douglas County High School 8705 Campbellton St, Douglasville, GA30134 Located in the heart of the historic downtown area of Douglasville, Douglas County High School includes character…More education as part of the school's daily experience. Ths school was one of four Douglas County High Schools to benefit from a U.S. Department of Education grant for $2.8 million over the next three years. The grant will Build Rigor In Douglas to Graduate Every Student (BRIDGES) by engaging students to achieve and preparing them for post-secondary success. Constance Craft is the current principal.
Douglas County School System Central Office Annex 4841 Highway 5, Douglasville, GA30135 Students new to the Douglas County School System must register at the Central Office Annex, located on Hwy 5,…More about five miles south of I-20. The building was formerly the Bill Arp Elementary School gym and is located next to Bill Arp Park. Approximately 24,500 students have registered in Douglas County schools for the 2010-2011 school year. There are 20 elementary schools, eight middle schools and four high schools located within Douglas County. A new high school and elementary school are under construction and will open within the next two years.
Lithia Springs Comprehensive High School 2520 E County Line Rd, Lithia Springs, GA30122 A large facility situated on East County Line Road across from Sweetwater Elementary School, Lithia Springs…More Comprehensive High School offers a seemingly never-ending amount of activities for before, during and after school. Its creation stems from overcrowding at Douglas County High School, which was the only high school in the county prior to Lithia Springs Comprehensive High School's opening. It first welcomed students in 1975.
Alexander High School 6500 Alexander Pky, Douglasville, GA30135 Alexander High School opened it's doors to students for the first time for the 1986-1987 school year, becoming the third…More high school in Douglas County at the time. The school was named after Robert S. Alexander, who spent more than 31 years serving the Douglas County School System as a teacher, principal and Superintendent of Schools. The school offers a unique experience for freshmen, partnering them with a junior or senior to overcome the academic and social hurdles they can face during the transition to high school. Nathan Hand is the current principal.