• About Us

    Greene County High School and Greene College and Career Academy share the same facility, staff, and location.  Fully accredited by the Southern Association of Schools (SACS), we are dedicated to serving our community by offering traditional educational as well as specific technical and vocational pathways. Our association with RISE, Athens Technical College and Foothills Education Charter High School supports both structured and flexible student scheduling.  Family focused and student centered, we take pride in the commitment of our highly qualified staff who strive to inspire, motivate, challenge, and educate our youth.  Our continuous community involvement and our efforts to build partnerships support our goal to engage our parents in their students’ education.  Title 1, Title III, Project RISE, ATLAS, Career Coaching, and our Student of the Month recognition event are examples of our determination to include parents in the education process. GCHS also houses Foothills Charter High School.  

    About Greene County

    According to the Georgia Encyclopedia,, Greene County consists of 388 square miles. Its landscape is comprised of farm land, lake country, and delightful small towns such as Union Point, Siloam, Penfield, Woodville and White Plains. The county was chartered in 1786.

    In 1802, Greensboro became the county seat. It is also the center of the county. Nearby, Richland Creek chants notes of Creek Indian history and old Greensborough.  The city of Greensboro maintains its rustic charm and invites all to enjoy original works of area artisans. 


    Greene County High School is located on Highway 44, just north of I-20, Exit 130.  We are 33 miles from Athens, 75 miles from Atlanta, 70 miles from Augusta, and 66 miles from Macon.



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