Peach County High School
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Peach County High School is located in historic Fort Valley, Georgia.
Some of Peach County's earliest schools were the Fort Valley Academy founded in 1836, the Wesley Manual Labor School founded in 1837, Fort Valley Female Seminary founded in 1852, Byron Academy founded in 1885, and the county's well-known university, Fort Valley High and Industrial School (FVSU) founded in 1895.
Today, Peach County High School is a multi-building complex that serves a student population of approximately 1,100 students and a total staff of 93 members. Our facility is a unique high school, which includes large and spacious classrooms, a full size media center, cafeteria, auditorium, and gymnasium. In addition, the school has a testing wing dedicated to high stakes testing. There are three computer labs containing approximately twenty-five computers in a network setting. Also, there are teacher mobile carts for all teachers with 15-20 laptops that are available for student and teacher use. Each classroom has an interactive Smart Board connected to the network.
I extend an open invitation for you to visit us at Peach County High School and to experience the wonderful opportunities we provide for our students. Please contact me at (478) 825-8258 ext. 1602 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Albert Pollard, Principal Judy Messer, Parent Coordinator
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