Hart County High School

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Hart County High School
59 Fifth Street
Hartwell, Georgia

United States
Coordinates 34°20′55″N 82°55′26″W / 34.348488°N 82.923916°W / 34.348488; -82.923916Coordinates: 34°20′55″N 82°55′26″W / 34.348488°N 82.923916°W / 34.348488; -82.923916
Motto Challenging Students to Become Lifelong Learners
School district Hart County School District
Principal Kevin Gaines
Staff 105
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1150
Athletics conference GHSA Div. 8-AAA
Mascot Bulldogs
Rivals Elbert County High School

Hart County High School is a four-year public comprehensive high school located in Hartwell, Georgia, United States, serving the students of Hartwell and Hart County. They are known as the home of the Bulldogs.

In August, 2017 HCHS opened brand new facilities that students and staff began using. The renovation was said to cost more than $33,000,000 and was full of much needed plumbing, air condition, and heating improvements for the high school.[1] The new building are now some of the most beautiful public buildings in the county.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Eddie McCurley – former women's basketball coach at Anderson College and Gardner-Webb University; four-time State Champion girls' basketball coach at Hart County, NJCAA National Championship Tournament 1993 (Final Four), 1994; Division II NCAA tournament 1995, 1996
  • Tracy Sadler – All-American NJCAA, played for University of North Carolina; Miss Georgia basketball 1993; AAA Player of the year all four years; won the state championship 90-93' featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces In the Crowd"
  • Jae ThaxtonCFL player for the Calgary Stampeders


  1. ^ Gardner, Catharine. "New Hart County High School under construction". Retrieved 2017-11-17. 

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