Coweta County School System

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Coweta County School District
237 Jackson Street
, Georgia , 30264
United States
Coordinates 33°22′42″N84°47′59″W / 33.378414°N 84.799773°W / 33.378414; -84.799773 Coordinates: 33°22′42″N84°47′59″W / 33.378414°N 84.799773°W / 33.378414; -84.799773 [1]
District information
GradesPre-school - 12
SuperintendentDr. Evan Horton
Accreditation(s) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Georgia Accrediting Commission
NCES District ID1301500 [2]
Students and staff
Students22,241 (2020-2021) [2]
Teachers1508.20 (FTE) [2]
Student–teacher ratio14.75 [2]
Other information
Telephone(770) 254-2800

The Coweta County School District is the primary education system in Coweta County, Georgia, United States. Its headquarters are an antebellum building on Jackson Street (US 29) at Sprayberry Road in Newnan, Georgia. Coweta County is the 9th-fastest-growing county in Georgia and the 26th-fastest-growing in the country. The school system has grown from 9,210 students in 1984 to over 22,000 students in 2007. [3]



The school system operates eighteen elementary schools, six middle schools and three high schools, serving an area of 431 square miles (1,120 km2) with approximately 22,000 students and 1,200 teachers. [3] [4]

Elementary schools

  • Arbor Springs Elementary
  • Arnco-Sargent Elementary
  • Atkinson Elementary
  • Brooks Elementary
  • Canongate Elementary
  • Eastside Elementary
  • Elm Street Elementary
  • Grantville Elementary
  • Jefferson Parkway Elementary
  • Moreland Elementary
  • Newnan Crossing Elementary
  • Northside Elementary
  • Poplar Road Elementary
  • Ruth Hill Elementary
  • Thomas Crossroads Elementary
  • Western Elementary
  • Welch Elementary
  • White Oak Elementary
  • Willis Road Elementary

Middle schools

  • Arnall Middle School
  • Blake Bass Middle School
  • East Coweta Middle School
  • Evans Middle School
  • Lee Middle School
  • Madras Middle School
  • Maggie Brown Middle School
  • Smokey Road Middle School
  • Central Education Center (CEC) - 8th Grade Academy

High schools


Board member's participation in Capitol insurrection

Roughly a week after the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, it was revealed Coweta school board member Linda Menk had attended the rally in Washington, D.C. [5] [6] Menk, after facing backlash from the community, refused to resign from her position, and urged her fellow board members that October to leave the Georgia School Boards Association after its parent organization, the National School Boards Association, sent a letter to the Biden presidential administration urging an investigation into the "growing number of threats of violence and acts of intimidation occurring across the nation." [7]

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