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Rocky Branch Elementary School
5250 Hog Mountain Rd, Watkinsville, GA 30677
Rocky Branch Elementary School (RBES) believes in "Recognizing the Brilliance in Every Student." The RBES "Rocket"More mission is to lead the state in academic achievement by providing support and differentiation as needed to ensure student mastery of state and national standards. Most notably, impressive scores on the Georgia state CRCT scores have these academic Rockets soaring high.
High Shoals Elementary School
401 Hopping Rd, Bishop, GA 30621

High Shoals Elementary School, or HSES, is the home of the Hawks and Shoalie (the Hawk mascot), and where studentsMore are held to the notion of the school's acronym, or High Standards Equal Success. 

The HSES mission is to "provide a rigorous academic environment with high standards and expectations." Academic success is the administration's primary concern.

Oconee County Elementary School
2230 Hog Mountain Rd, Watkinsville, GA 30677

The Oconee County Elementary School (OCES) houses students in grades 3-5 and is located conveniently close toMore Oconee County Primary, Middle and High schools in Watkinsville.   

The OCES mission encourages success for their students in a nurturing and challenging environment. The school's monthly news letter, Tribal News, keeps students and parents informed and involved in this well-supported school.

In the recent past years,  OCES students have averaged well above the state average CRCT state exam scores. 

Malcom Bridge Elementary School
2600 Malcom Bridge Rd, Bogart, GA 30622

The Malcom Bridge Elementary School (MBES) Eagles believe in soaring to total fitness of the body and mind. TheMore school's ABCs (active mind, body and community) structure the MBES philosophy of learning and development.

The 30-classroom school offers a curriculum of social studies, math, science, health, language arts and reading, P.E., art and music. Special education programs are offered as well. Fourth and fifth graders are assigned to blocks of integrated learning periods.

MBES fifth-graders scored higher than the Georgia state average on the 2009 CRCT testing standards in every exam category.

The school's mission statement encourages "motivated, independent learners who accept responsibility, believe in and respect themselves and others and who are equipped with the necessary tools to enjoy learning while striving for academic excellence in a safe and caring environment."