Georgia Parent Survey
For the first time, the Georgia Department of Education is making available a short Parent Survey, so that you as parents and guardians can give feedback to the DOE on how education in our schools is going. While not mandatory, it is asked that ALL parents and/or guardians please take part in this process. The survey itself is only 20 questions long and should take no longer than 5 - 10 minutes to complete. All you need is an Internet connection. If you would like to participate and don't have internet access, the public library offers free service or you can contact our school offices to set up an appointment to complete this survey. The purpose of this survey is to continue to improve your child's education!

Teacher of the Year
Superintendent Bonner is proud to announce the Seminole County building and system teachers of the year.  The system teacher of the year and middle/high school teacher of the year is Mrs. Mary Jean Albritton. Superintendent Bonner says "Mrs. Albritton has been a teacher at Seminole County Middle/High for 10 years.  She has an excellent rapport with students and staff alike.  Mrs. Albritton is very deserving of this honor and I am very proud of her dedication to teaching and her students, always going above and beyond to help with extra-curricular events like the year book and prom.  She will represent the Seminole County School System well when she attends the Teacher of the Year banquet in Atlanta next spring."  Principal Brinson Register echoes these sentiments, adding, "Mrs. Albritton enthusiastically goes above and beyond to help our students and our school." Click here for more...
Request for Bids
A new request has been posted our Request for Bids page. Click here for more information.

The 2014 Work Schedule has been approved
The 2014 Work Schedule/Calendar was approved at the Board of Education meeting on May 13, 2013. For a downloadable/printable copy, click here.
Student Accident Insurance
As the 2012-2013 year begins, some of you may be interested in purchasing accident insurance for your students. The information brochure and application form are available online and can be accessed here.

Georgia Ranks 7th!
January 12, 2012 – Georgia ranks 7th in the nation for overall education quality, according to an Education Week report released today. The annual “Quality Counts" report is an investigation of key education outcomes that provides ranks and grades for each state based on their commitment to improve educational policies and practices. This year’s report gave Georgia a grade of B-.  Last year, Georgia ranked 8th among all states. Click here for more info...

Seminole County School System Makes AYP!!!

The state and federal DOE have certified school systems that have made AYP system-wide as of Novmeber 2nd, 2011.  It is with great pleasure that the Seminole County School System finds ourself in that group of systems!  Seminole County was in the top 27 school systems out of 181 systems state wide last year and are in the top 49 of 181 school systems this year, placing us in the top 27% of school systems with regard to making AYP system wide in the state of Georgia. This is an outstanding achievement and a great reflection on the accomplishments of our students, staff, administration and the community of Seminole County!


Congratulations to our elementary students and staff!  As you know, our elementary school designation last year from the DOE was “Distinguished” and has been for the past several years.  Further, we have made AYP for the past 10 years at the elementary school.  As superintendent, I am very proud of our elementary school students and teachers for this outstanding accomplishment!  
Congratulations are also due to our middle/high students and their teachers on meeting and exceeding expectations at such a high rate!  As superintendent, I am extremely proud of our middle/high school students and staff, as they made AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) for the second year in a row.    Our middle/high school is noted in an article in the July 21st edition of the Atlanta Journal Constitution as one of only 17 schools statewide to come out of the “needs improvement” category.  There are currently 379 schools in Georgia in that category. 


While being noted as one of the most poverty stricken counties in the state (in the poorest 20% of the state), your school system is ranked in the top 27% of schools in the state.  Thank you for helping to make this possible by the overwhelming support of the parents, businesses, merchants, PTOs, Lions Clubs, churches and other groups who do so much to support our children.  This is obviously a school based community and a wonderful place to live and raise our children, where education is valued and appreciated! 

System News!

  • Erate RFP's Posted Seminole County Schools has posted two Requests for Proposal (RFP) for technology upgrades. These RFP's are pending approval via the Schools and Libraries Corporation (E-Rate). To find out ...
    Posted Jan 26, 2012, 7:56 AM by Ronnie Miller
  • State BOE Public Hearing On Tuesday, March 29th, 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Elizabeth Ragsdale, our State BOE board member for the Second Congressional District will be holding an open ...
    Posted Mar 15, 2011, 9:35 AM by Ronnie Miller
  • Updated Scholarship Forms Now Available The updated forms for our local scholarships are now uploaded to our website. Go to Local Scholarships to get your copy to apply for money for college!
    Posted Jan 19, 2011, 7:52 AM by Ronnie Miller
  • School is in session on 12/15/10 After a walk-through, it was determined that the damage was contained to one classroom and the rest of the building is cleared for operation. There WILL be school on ...
    Posted Dec 14, 2010, 4:37 PM by Ronnie Miller
  • Calendar/Work Schedule for 2010-2011 The Board of Education approved the Calendar/Work Schedule for the 2010-2011 school year at their meeting on June 14, 2010. Scroll down to the bottom of this page ...
    Posted Jun 21, 2010, 6:08 AM by Ronnie Miller
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