Education

Adding access to achievement equals lifelong success.

 

A look at Screven County High School graduation rates—averaging approximately 82% in 2011 and 2012—shows a populace eager to learn. And in Screven County, learners find ample educational opportunities and options, from kindergarten through Ph.D. programs at the region’s schools and institutions of higher learning.


The County’s excellent public school system is focused on fundamentals and accountability, assuring students of a powerful start in a global economy. For K-6, there’s also the option of faith-based private schooling. And thanks to Screven’s central location near Statesboro, Augusta and Savannah, for higher learning or life-long adult learning, the Screven County area offers an impressive range of public and private choices all within a 60-mile radius.
 

For residents, that educational density offers a higher quality of life. For industry, the results are not only a well-educated workforce but also approximately 50,000 students available today for part-time labor force needs.

 

   

 

Within a 30-minute drive:

  • Ogeechee Technical College

  • Georgia Southern University

For more information about these schools, click here.


 

Within a 60-mile radius:

  • Armstrong Atlantic University

  • Georgia Regents University, Augusta

  • East Georgia State College

  • Medical College of Georgia

  • Paine College

  • Savannah School of Art & Design

  • South University

For more information about these schools, click here.

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