Bibb County Public School District

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Bibb County School District
Address
484 Mulberry Street
Macon, Georgia 31201-7931
United States
Coordinates 32°50′12″N 83°37′34″W / 32.836693°N 83.626169°W / 32.836693; -83.626169Coordinates: 32°50′12″N 83°37′34″W / 32.836693°N 83.626169°W / 32.836693; -83.626169[1]
Information
Superintendent Curtis Jones[2]
Faculty 1,383[3]
Grades Pre-school - 12
Enrollment 24,938[3]
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools,
Georgia Accrediting Commission
Telephone (478) 765-8711
Website

Bibb County Public Schools is the county government agency which operates the public schools in Bibb County, Georgia, United States.

List of schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

There are 23 elementary schools.

  • Alexander II Magnet School
  • Barden Elementary School
  • Bernd Elementary School
  • Brookdale Elementary School
  • Bruce Elementary School
  • Burdell-Hunt Magnet School
  • Carter Elementary School
  • Hartley Elementary School
  • Heard Elementary School
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Ingram-Pye Elementary School
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School
  • Lane Elementary School
  • Morgan Elementary School
  • Porter Elementary School
  • Riley Elementary School
  • Skyview Elementary School
  • Southfield Elementary School
  • Springdale Elementary School
  • Taylor Elementary School
  • Union Elementary School
  • Vineville Academy of the Arts
  • Williams Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

There are six middle schools.

  • Appling Middle School
  • Ballard-Hudson Middle School - built in 1949 as a merger of two schools: Ballard High School, a private school with roots in Lewis High School, established in 1868 by the American Missionary Association, and Hudson High School, a public industrial high school
  • Howard Middle School
  • Miller Magnet Middle School
  • Rutland Middle School
  • Weaver Middle School

High schools[edit]

There are six high schools.

Specialty schools[edit]

  • Elam Alexander Academy
  • Northwoods Early Childhood Academy

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Free US Geocoder". Archived from the original on 2011-05-11. Retrieved 2010-05-30. 
  2. ^ Georgia School Superintendents Association, Retrieved May 30, 2010.
  3. ^ a b School Stats, Retrieved May 30, 2010.

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