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Chatham County School Receives Top Honors

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Esther F. Garrison School of Visual and Performing Arts in Chatham County has been honored as a 2012 Georgia School of Excellence in Student Achievement.  28 schools across the state have been recognized for showing highest performance or highest progress.  Garrison was one of the highest performing schools.  Each school will receive a $1,000 check from Georgia Natural Gas.  United Healthcare is also a sponsor of the program. 

 

2012 GEORGIA SCHOOLS OF EXCELLENCE

Highest Performance

Congressional District, School, System

 1. Esther F. Garrison School of Visual and Performing Arts, Chatham County

2. J. S. Pate Elementary, Crisp County

3. Centralhatchee Elementary, Heard County

4. R.D. Head Elementary, Gwinnett County

5. Oakhurst Elementary, Decatur City

6. Hembree Springs Elementary, Fulton County
7. Harris Elementary, Gwinnett County

8. Quail Run Elementary, Houston County

9. Towns County Middle, Towns County

10. Mulberry Elementary, Gwinnett County

11. Marietta Center for Advanced Academics, Marietta City

12. A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet, Richmond County

13. Elite Scholars Academy, Clayton County

14. Jones Elementary, Bremen City

 Highest Progress

Congressional District, School, System

 1. Center Elementary, Ware County

2. John Johnson Elementary, Decatur County

3. McIntosh High, Fayette County

4. DeKalb Early College Academy, DeKalb County

5. Kipp Strive Academy, Atlanta Public Schools

6. Garrison Mill Elementary, Cobb County

7. Big Creek Elementary, Forsyth County

8. Centerville Elementary, Houston County

9. World Language Academy, Hall County

10. Frank N. Osborne Middle, Gwinnett County

11. Kennesaw Charter, Cobb County

12. Broxton-Mary Hayes Elementary, Coffee County

13. King Springs Elementary, Cobb County

14. Trion Elementary, Trion City

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