Hart County Students
"Finish What They Start"
Hello, I'm Grad Dog, and I'm here to help all of our young Hart County Bulldogs to earn a high school diploma. Whether you are in Kindergarten or a Senior at HCHS, I am cheering you on with the Grad Dog Motto: Finish what you start! You can do it!
Governor Deal has signed a proclamation declaring May 3 as the first Georgia STEM Day. STEM Day will celebrate science, technology, engineering and math education in Georgia K-12 schools and the vital importance of STEM education for the state of Georgia’s future workforce, and its economic competitiveness and growth.
With support from the Georgia Department of Education, the Hart County School System is dedicated to preparing students for 21st century workplace careers by providing high quality educational opportunities in STEM fields.
Inventive and engaging STEM learning starts with each teacher in each classroom across the state, which explains the Hart County School System’s decision to celebrate and participate in Georgia’s first annual STEM Day. STEM is Georgia's future!
First Lady Visits Hartwell Elementary
First Lady Sandra Deal visited pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students at Hartwell Elementary on Thursday, March 7, 2013. Mrs. Deal shared "Learning to Read," a poem written by Governor Nathan Deal. She also read "Who I'd Like to Be" by Georgia author Elizabeth Brown. She presented copies of the poem and the book to the HES library and to each pre-kindergarten and kindergarten class. The First Lady visited Hartwell Elementary School as part of her "Read Across Georgia" initiative.
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Hart County Schools and Archway
Hart County Schools is proud to be a partner in the Hart County Archway Partnership with the University of Georgia. Click on the link below to learn more about this partnership, and the important work being done through Archway!
Hart County Schools and Work Ready
In Hart County, the school system and economic development go hand in hand. Hart County Schools is a partner in securing continued economic development for our county. If you are a prospective business/industry, we encourage you to check us out. Give us a call as we embrace the opportunity to talk with you and/or show you around our campuses. For more information regarding our industrial building authority, click on the following link: