Saint George, Georgia

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Saint George, an unincorporated community located in the "Georgia Bend" of the St. Mary's River, is the southernmost town in Georgia.[1][2][3] St. George is located in Charlton County, Georgia, United States, south of Folkston. In 2010, the population of the St. George census county division (CCD) was 2841.[4][5] Most of this population is actually located in the town of St. George, but the figure also includes rural areas not recognized by the Census Bureau, including ostensible communities like Moniac.

Students from St. George and the surrounding rural areas attend St. George Elementary School, of the Charlton County School District. It serves students in grades kindergarten through sixth. After sixth grade, students are taught at Bethune Middle School and Charlton County High School, both in Folkston.[6]

St. George has two grocery stores, Canadays and Rooks.

St. George is the southernmost town in Georgia, and has the state's southernmost school[7] and post office.[8]

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Coordinates: 30°31′16″N 82°02′15″W / 30.52111°N 82.03750°W / 30.52111; -82.03750