Marietta City Schools (Georgia)

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Marietta City School District
250 Howard Street
, Georgia, 30060-1953
United States
Coordinates33°57′23″N 84°31′41″W / 33.956395°N 84.528013°W / 33.956395; -84.528013Coordinates: 33°57′23″N 84°31′41″W / 33.956395°N 84.528013°W / 33.956395; -84.528013[1]
District information
SuperintendentDr. Grant Rivera
Accreditation(s)Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Georgia Accrediting Commission
NCES District ID1303510[2]
Students and staff
Students8,599 (2020-2021)[2]
Teachers654.80 (FTE)[2]
Student–teacher ratio13.13[2]
Other information
Telephone(770) 422-3500
Fax(770) 425-4095

The Marietta City School District is the school district which operates the public schools in Marietta, Georgia, United States. It is the only city government in Cobb County which operates its schools separately from the Cobb County School District.

Founded in 1892, classes began that year on Labor Day at four schools. It now consists of one high school, a middle school, a sixth grade academy and several neighborhood elementary schools.

Board of Education[edit]

The following are the parts of the City Of Marietta Government Schools Department Board of Education

  • Jeff DeJarnett (ward 1)
  • Jason Waters (Board Vice Chair and ward 2)
  • A.B. Almy (ward 3)
  • Jailene Hunter (ward 4)
  • Angela Orange (ward 5)
  • Kerry Minervini (Board Chair and ward 6)
  • Irene Berens (ward 7)


Elementary schools[edit]

  • A.L. Burruss Elementary School
  • Dunleith Elementary School
  • Hickory Hills Elementary School
  • Lockheed Elementary School
  • Marietta Center for Advanced Academics
  • Park Street Elementary School
  • Sawyer Road Elementary School
  • West Side Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

  • Marietta Middle School (grades 7-8)
  • Marietta Sixth-Grade Academy

High school[edit]

  • Marietta High School
    • College and Career Academy
    • Woods Wilkins Campus
      • Blended Learning Program
        • Marietta Performance Learning Center
      • Marietta Evening School
      • Marietta Alternative Programs and Services (MAPS) program

Other Schools[edit]

  • Early Learning Center
    • Emily Lembeck Early Learning Center


  1. ^ "Free US Geocoder". Archived from the original on 2011-05-11. Retrieved 2010-06-23.
  2. ^ a b c d "Search for Public School Districts - District Detail for Marietta City". Retrieved 2022-02-15.

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