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Primrose School at Brookmont
4460 Brookmont Pkwy, Douglasville, GA 30135
Primrose School at Brookmont is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on AccreditationMore and School Improvement. The school accepts children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. Like all Primrose schools, the Brookmont location balances teacher-directed and child-initiated learning. The school keeps parents connected with an online portal, "Primrose Parents' Place."
Douglasville Adventist School
2838 Bright Star Rd, Douglasville, GA 30134
The Douglasville Adventist School provides a quality education for the Kindergarten through 8th grade range. This schoolMore is GAPSAC accredited, and is connected to the worldwide Adventist school network.
Douglas County School System Central Office Annex
4841 Highway 5, Douglasville, GA 30135
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.
Burnett Elementary School
8277 Connally Dr, Douglasville, GA 30134
L.W. Burnett Elementary School was built in the 1950s as a junior high school and was later converted into an elementaryMore school.  Third, fourth and fifth graders now enjoy a newly built intermediate playground.  Joyce Bass is the school's current principal.  The school offers many after-school and extracurricular activities including art, chorus, the Junior Beta Club, the Channel 80 News Crew, the Reading Bowl Team and the T.I.G.E.R. Club.
Lithia Springs Comprehensive High School
2520 E County Line Rd, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
A large facility situated on East County Line Road across from Sweetwater Elementary School, Lithia SpringsMore 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. 
Mount Carmel Elementary School
2356 Fairburn Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
Fifth graders with their eye on becoming professional broadcasters can really show off their skills at Mount CarmelMore Elementary School.  Students can prepare and perform the school's news on Station WRAM everyday.  Students stay creative and active, participating in the school's many sports, art and music programs.  Dr. John H. McGill is currently the school's principal.  He has served as a principal for the past 13 years and as a school administrator for the past 17 years.  The school's mascot is a ram.
Douglas County School System Central Administration Offices
9030 Highway 5, Douglasville, GA 30134
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.
Chapel Hill Middle School
3989 Chapel Hill Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
In 2004, Chapel Hill Middle School was named a Georgia Lighthouse School to watch.  In 2002, the school was namedMore a  National Blue Ribbon School and in the year 2000, the school was named a Georgia School of Excellence.  The current principal is Jolene Morris.  The Fine Arts Department offers art, band and chorus.  The sports teams are known as the Wildcats.
Alexander High School
6500 Alexander Pky, Douglasville, GA 30135
Alexander High School opened it's doors to students for the first time for the 1986-1987 school year, becoming the thirdMore 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.
Annette Winn Elementary School
3536 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
Annette Winn Elementary was originally called Lithia Springs School and housed in a one-room school building. It wasMore later renamed after Annette Winn, the school's first principal. The school began at its present location in 1939 and, since then, has been renovated and expanded.
Turner Middle School
7101 Junior High Dr, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
Turner Middle School is on Junior High Drive, across the street from the Lithia Springs Public Library and down theMore road from Lithia Springs Elementary School. Principal Eric Collins has been on the school's administrative staff for three years. Before that, he worked at Lithia Springs Elementary for three years and at Steward Middle School for two.
Arbor Station Elementary School
9999 Parkway S, Douglasville, GA 30135
Arbor Station Elementary School is currently led by Principal Melissa Joe, who became principal in 2003.  She is inMore her 19th year of serving in the Douglas County School System after teaching at Eastside Elementary School and being the assistant principal at Chapel Hill Elementary School.  Arbor Station Elementary School offers students Chorus and Art Club, as well as sports activities like Basketball Camp, Bear Run, Community Track, Karate Camp and Road Runners.
Chestnut Log Middle School
2544 Pope Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
Students may welcome visitors to Chestnut Log Middle School with a hearty growl greeting, taking after their mascot, theMore bear.  Built in 1987, the school is situated on a 97-acre property and gets it's name from the Native Americans who once lived there.  The former inhabitants used a tremendous chestnut tree as a landmark, carving messages and symbols into the tree's trunk.  The school's philosophy stresses parent involvement in the school and the school's involvement in the community.  Dr. Nicole Keith is the current principal.
Bill Arp Elementary School
6550 Alexander Pkwy, Douglasville, GA 30135
Reading, writing and arithmetic have been taught at Bill Arp Elementary School for more than 150 years.  OriginallyMore located behind the Prays Mill Baptist Church, the school was relocated in the early 1900s and then finally moved to it's current address on Alexander Parkway before the 2006-2007 school year.  Bill Arp students make use of today's latest technology at one of the most modern schools in the area.  Approximately 850 students are taught at the two-story school, attending kindergarten through fifth grade.  The Bill Arp Patriot is the school mascot and wears the school colors of red, white and blue.  Donna Pritchard is the principal.
Factory Shoals Elementary School
2300 Shoals School Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
Students and teachers at Factory Shoals Elementary School search high and low in order to find good deeds toMore perform.  The school's Bucket Fillers Program is a character education program that encourages the children to seek out and perform good deeds for others because it makes everyone feel good.  The current principal is Tommy Shadinger and has been for the past four years.  Shadinger has taught at both Chestnut Log Middle School and Arbor Station Elementary School.  His wife, Linda, teaches at Chapel Hill Middle School.   The school mascot is a dolphin.
A-1 Driving School of Douglasville
6239 Fairburn Rd, Douglasville, GA 30134
A-1 Driving School of Douglasville is certified by the State of Georgia through the Department of Driver's Services andMore is one of 14 schools located throughout the Atlanta area.  Now the largest driving school in Georgia, A-1 offers a DUI / Risk Reduction Program as well as a Defensive Driving Course and Driver's Education.
Ombudsman Educational Services
7003 Concourse Pkwy, Douglasville, GA 30134
Ombudsman Educational Services provides alternative education programs for school dropouts and at-risk middle schoolMore and high school students. It provides alternative schedules and non-traditional learning environments so that students can learn at their own pace. Students must be referred by their schools.
Lithia Springs High School
2520 East County Line Rd, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
Lithia Springs High School is a public high school teaching grades 9 - 12. In addition to having a curriculum thatMore teaches general subjects such as English, mathematics, foreign languages, sciences and computer instruction, the school offers programs and instruction in the fine arts, including chorus, band and visual arts at the school's own theatre company. Other programs include the school newspaper and a variety of clubs and organizations, including Astronomy Society, Art Club, French Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Key Club, Poetry Club and National Honor Society. The school is also active in sports, with basketball, baseball, football, cross country, soccer, swimming, tennis, softball, volleyball, track, golf and cheerleading squads.
Harvester Christian Academy
4241 Central Church Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
Harvester Christian Academy is a private Christian school in Douglas County. The school serves local children fromMore kindergarten through 12th grade. The school prides itself as a college preparatory school, offering AP courses, fine arts and dual college enrollment.