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.
Master School Supply 1100 Jennings Mill Pkwy, Athens, GA30606 Master School Supply offers school supplies for teachers and parents. It has materials for all ages and learning…More abilities. It provides learning aids for math, science, history, music, language arts and more. You'll find Master School Supply on Jennings Mill Parkway in the Oconee Professional Center.
Rahasya Yogic Arts School of Yoga 1950 Watson Springs Rd, Watkinsville, GA30677 Rahasya Yogic Arts School of Yoga is a private yoga studio. It provides private instruction and professional teacher…More training programs.
Generations Montessori School 26 School St, Watkinsville, GA30677 Generations Montessori School is a three-year program for children two and a half to six years old. Although children…More are not required to attend all three years, it is highly recommended that they complete the entire program. The curriculum is designed for children to self-learn practical life, sensorial, language, math and cultural arts skills. In addition to the preschool, the school offers a "Great Mind Program" for seniors in the Watkinsville area.
High Shoals Elementary School, or HSES, is the home of the Hawks and Shoalie (the Hawk mascot), and where students…More 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.