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News & Announcements

District Strategic Planning Community Feedback Survey

As part of the Columbia County School District's Strategic Planning Improvement process, a community feedback survey is available now through September 28, seeking public input. All stakeholders are encouraged and welcome to complete the survey and provide valuable feedback to assist in the school district's planning for student success over the next five years!
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EHS student selected to the 2021-2022 State School Superintendent's Student Advisory Council

Congratulations Elizabeth Stupec for being selected as a member of the 2021-2022 State School Superintendent's Student Advisory Council. The State School Superintendent's Student Advisory Council is a group of students in grades 9-12 who discuss how decisions made at the state level are affecting students throughout Georgia. Members meet throughout the school year with State Superintendent Woods and are advisors who act as liaisons between the Department of Education and the students of Georgia.

SAT / ACT / AP Fee Waiver Information

The ACT (American College Testing) and The College Board (SAT, PSAT) offer fee waivers to reduce the cost of the ACT, SAT, and PSAT exams for students from families who qualify under the criteria listed below. Qualifying students should speak with their counselor about fee waivers for these examinations.
The College Board also offers a reduced fee exam for students taking the Advanced Placement (AP) exams each May. The criteria for the reduced exam fee are the same as the criteria for fee waivers (listed below). Qualifying students who plan to take AP exams should speak with their counselor and the AP Testing Coordinator for their school to ensure they are listed on the schools’ records as qualifying for the exam at a reduced fee.

School News App by Edlio!

Stay up to date with the Columbia County School District and your school or schools of choice with the new School News App by Edlio.

School Bus Delays Expected

Parents, please expect school bus delays up to an hour each day as the Columbia County School District Transportation Department continues to adjust to temporary staffing issues as a result of COVID-related absences.
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