The Oconee County Elementary School (OCES) houses students in grades 3-5 and is located conveniently close to…More 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.
Pre-K through second-grade students are Little Chiefs at the Oconee County Primary School (OCPS) in Watkinsville,…More located by the Oconee County Elementary and Middle Schools.
These young learners have averaged higher scores than their counterparts throughout the state on Georgia CRCT exams (third-graders).
The OCPS mission works to achieve student excellence in a "safe and positive" learning environment. The school's primary focus is on learning not only academics but respect and self-esteem as well. The faculty and staff strive to provide developmentally-appropriate programs to promote "life-long learners."
OCPS offers the Little Chiefs Online Library Catalog and helpful links for their mom's and dad's in Powerschool.
The Oconee County School District (OCSD) offices are located in Watkinsville just off Main Street, in Watkinsville.…More The district consists of ten schools, grades pre-k through 12. There are six elementary, two middle and two high schools.
From 2002 until 2010, all 10 schools within the OCSD met Annual Yearly Progress (AYP). OCSD is the only school system in the state of Georgia to do so.
Both high schools in the OCSD made Newsweek Magazine's 2010 list of top five percent schools in the nation.
The schools not only perform well in academics but have won many region and state championships.
Oconee is ranked the second-best district out of 155 districts in the state of Georgia.