Dougherty County School System
|Dougherty County School System|
|200 Pine Avenue
Albany, Georgia, Dougherty 31701-2531
|Superintendent||Dr. David C. Mosely|
|Grades||Pre-school - 12|
|Accreditations||Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Georgia Accrediting Commission
The Dougherty County School System is the school district in Dougherty County, Georgia, United States, (county seat Albany, Georgia). A total of 16,844 students attend 15 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 4 high schools, and 1 alternative school.
The system is governed by a 7-member school board and an administrative staff. The school board consists of 6 members elected from geographical school districts and one at-large member. The administrative staff consists of Interim Superintendent Dr. David Moseley.
- Alice Coachman Elementary School
- International Studies Elementary Charter School
- Jackson Heights Elementary School
- Lake Park Elementary School
- Lamar Reese School of the Arts
- Lincoln Elementary Magnet School
- Live Oak Elementary School
- Magnolia Elementary School
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School
- Morningside Elementary School
- Northside Elementary School
- Radium Springs Elementary School
- Sherwood Acres Elementary School
- Turner Elementary School
- West Town Elementary School
- Albany Middle School
- Merry Acres Middle School
- Radium Springs Middle School
- Robert A. Cross Middle Magnet School
- Southside Middle School
- Albany High School
- Dougherty Comprehensive High School
- Monroe Comprehensive High School
- Westover Comprehensive High School
- Phoenix School of Achievement
- Highland Alternative School
- Oak Tree
- L.I.F.E Lab (Learning in a Flexible Environment: Gifted Education)
There is a website for teachers that are in the dougherty county school system.
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