Find Dougherty County Georgia public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools, school districts, boards, systems and PTAs. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.
Albany Early College School 1800 Pearce Avenue Albany GA 31705 229-420-1087
Albany High School 801 West Residence Avenue Albany GA 31701 229-431-3300
Albany Middle School 1700 Cordell Avenue Albany GA 31705 229-431-3325
Albany Regional Youth Detention Center 2030 Newton Road Albany GA 31701 229-430-1958
Alice Coachman Elementary School 1425 West Oakridge Drive Albany GA 31721 229-431-3488
Dougherty Comprehensive High School 1800 Pearce Avenue Albany GA 31705 229-431-3310
Dougherty International Education Middle School 1800 Massey Drive Albany GA 31705 229-431-3328
International Studies Elementary School Charter School 2237 Cutts Drive Albany GA 31705 229-431-3384
Jackson Heights Elementary School 1305 East 2nd Avenue Albany GA 31705 229-431-3367
Lake Park Elementary School 605 Meadowlark Drive Albany GA 31707 229-431-3370
Lamar Reese School Of The Arts 1215 Lily Pond Road Albany GA 31701 229-431-3495
Lincoln High School 518 West Society Avenue Albany GA 31701 229-431-3373
Live Oak Elementary School 4529 Gillionville Road Albany GA 31721 229-431-1209
Magnolia Elementary School 1700 Samford Avenue Albany GA 31707 229-431-3376
Martin Luther King Junior Middle School 3125 Martin Luther King Junior Drive Albany GA 31701 229-438-3502
Merry Acres Middle School 1601 Florence Drive Albany GA 31707 229-431-3338
Monroe High School 900 Lippitt Drive Albany GA 31701 229-431-3316
Morningside Elementary School 120 Sunset Lane Albany GA 31705 229-431-3387
Northside Elementary School 901 14th Avenue Albany GA 31701 229-431-3390
Radium Springs Elementary School 2400 Roxanna Road Albany GA 31705 229-431-3395
Public Schools are publicly funded, largely through taxes. Most funding comes from state, county and local sources, with the federal government providing a relatively small share of Public School funding. Some Public Schools may charge fees for specific programs and activities, such as athletics and clubs.
Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.
Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.