Hart County Charter System

Mission: The mission of the Hart County Charter System is to prepare all individuals to meet tomorrow’s challenges by providing quality educational opportunities today.

Vision: Hart County Schools will be recognized for educational excellence.

Guiding Principles/Beliefs:

  • Schools provide safe, secure, and nurturing environments for all.
  • Stakeholders promote a positive atmosphere that fosters confidence and self-worth for all.
  • Each individual is valued and treated with respect.
  • Each individual has the right to be educated and the responsibility to learn.
  • Quality education requires partnership, which is the responsibility of the school system, the students, the parents, and the community.


Testing in Progress


Testing DatesTuesday, April 21 -- Wednesday, April 29


Make Up Dates:  Thursday, April 30 & Friday, May 1





Hart County Charter System to Hire HCCA CEO

The Hart County Charter System is accepting applications for the position of College and Career Academy CEO.  The successful candidate will serve as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Hart College and Career Academy (HCCA) and Assistant Principal for CTAE at Hart County High School (HCHS).

Applications must be submitted via Teach Georgia in order to be considered for this position.  The application window closes Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 11:59 p.m.

For a complete job description, including duties and responsibilities, see the attached document.

The Hart County Charter System is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted by: Charlyene Harmon
Published: 4/23/15

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Hart County Students

"Finish What They Start"

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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!

College and Career Academy Check Presentation

Representatives from four new College and Career Academies joined Lt. Governor Casey Cagle in Atlanta today for an awarded check presentation on their behalf. Pictured for the Hart County College and Career Academy are Hart County Schools Superintendent Jerry Bell and Hart County High School Principal Kevin Gaines.

House Bill 91

grad.jpgOn Monday, March 30, 2015, Governor Nathan Deal signed into law HB91, allowing students or former students, who have met all requirements for graduation but failed one or more parts of the Georgia High School Graduation Test or Basic Skills Tests, to receive a diploma upon petitioning the local board of education. Petitions can be found here or retrieved in person at the Hart County Schools’ Board of Education office or Hart County High School. A completed petition must be returned to Hart County High School to determine a person’s eligibility for a diploma. Once eligibility is determined the petition will be sent to the Hart County Board of Education for approval at the regular monthly meeting. 

Georgia Milestones

Parents, please take a few minutes to watch this short, animated video providing an overview of Georgia's new assessment, Georgia Milestones. 


Hart County Schools and Archway


The Hart County School System 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!

Archway Partnership