Douglas County High School (Douglasville, Georgia)

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Douglas County High School
8705 Campbellton St.
Douglasville, Georgia 30134-2202
United States
Coordinates 33°44′35″N 84°44′37″W / 33.743164°N 84.743547°W / 33.743164; -84.743547Coordinates: 33°44′35″N 84°44′37″W / 33.743164°N 84.743547°W / 33.743164; -84.743547[1]
Established 1937
School district Douglas County School District
CEEB code 111110
Principal Andre Weaver
Teaching staff 115 FTE (2010-11)[2]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2,168 (2010-11)[2]
Student to teacher ratio 18.85 (2010-11)[2]
School color(s) Navy blue and gold         
Athletics GHSA 3-AAAAAA
Mascot Tiger
Newspaper Tiger Talk
Yearbook DOCOHAN

Douglas County High School, also known as Douglas County Comprehensive High School, is a public high school in Douglasville, Georgia, United States. It was the first high school to open in the Douglas County School District.


Douglas County High School is home to the district's IB Diploma Programme.[3]

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