Georgia Election Run-Off Results

Election 2018

 2018 Georgia Election Run-Off Results

Tonight marks the run-offs for election races in Georgia, these results are unofficial until approved by the Secretary of State.

 

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 756,016 votes   51.97%

John Barrow (D) – 698,770 votes   48.03%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 749,805 votes   51.83%

Lindy Miller (D) – 696,957 votes   48.17%

 

 

Check for local results by county here:

 

Gilmer

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 4,337 votes   83.13%

John Barrow (D) – 880 votes   16.87%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 4,250 votes   81.79%

Lindy Miller (D) – 946 votes   18.21%

 

Pickens

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 4,408 votes   84.01%

John Barrow (D) – 839 votes   15.99%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 4,325 votes   82.70%

Lindy Miller (D) – 905   17.30%

 

Fannin

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 3,522 votes   81.89%

John Barrow (D) – 779 votes   18.11%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 3,454 votes   80.57%

Lindy Miller (D) – 833 votes   19.43%

 

Dawson

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 3,985 votes   85.83%

John Barrow (D) – 658 votes   14.17%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 3,939 votes   85.02%

Lindy Miller (D) – 694 votes   14.98%

 

White

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 4,063 votes   82.78%

John Barrow (D) – 845 votes   17.22%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 3,960 votes   80.82%

Lindy Miller (D) – 940 votes   19.18%

 

Union

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 4,246 votes   80.92%

John Barrow (D) – 1,001 votes   19.08%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 4,108 votes   78.65%

Lindy Miller (D) – 1,115 votes   21.35%

 

Towns

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 2,161 votes   79.95%

John Barrow (D) – 542 votes   20.05%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 2,105 votes   78.22%

Lindy Miller (D) – 586 votes   21.78%

 

Murray

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 2,699 votes   88.99%

John Barrow (D) – 334 votes   11.01%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 2,691 votes   88.84%

Lindy Miller (D) – 338 votes   11.16%

 

Lumpkin

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger (R) – 3,378 votes   78.47%

John Barrow (D) – 927 votes   21.53%

 

Public Service Commission, District 3

Chuck Eaton (R) – 3,337 votes   77.89%

Lindy Miller (D) – 947 votes   22.11%

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Northview Orthopaedic Associates Launches Sprain & Strain Clinic in Dahlonega

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Clinic Helps Fill Void Created Following Announcement Chestatee Hospital will be Closing

 

September 21, 2018 (Dahlonega)   Northview Orthopaedic Associates, an established orthopaedic practice with more than 25 years serving residents with a range of orthopaedic needs in Dawson, Forsyth, Hall, Lumpkin, and Union counties, recently opened a walk-in sprain and strain clinic located at the practice’s main office, 70 Ansley Drive in Dahlonega.  The clinic is open Monday – Friday from 3-4 p.m. and allows easy access to the practice’s orthopaedic surgeons and nurses, as well as diagnostic tests such as x-ray, MRI, EMG nerve conduction studies, and management for strains and sprains.

            “Dr. David Hochschild and I, as well as our entire staff, are excited about the future of healthcare in our region, and one way we are trying to impact the landscape is through the launch of a sprain and strain clinic,” said Dr. G. Alan Binkley, who along with Dr. Hochschild are the two practicing surgeons on staff at Northview.  “We live in such a gorgeous part of Georgia where engaging in some aspect of outdoor activity throughout the year is a normal way of life for so many.  With that being said, the only down side is the likelihood of experiencing some kind of orthopaedic issue or injury is enhanced.  We want to be there for those individuals of all ages needing attention.

       Northview provides General Orthopaedic Surgery, Total Joint Replacement, Arthroscopic Surgery, Spine Procedures, and support for Sports and Work-Related Injuries. The practice offers state-of-the art orthopedic management options, including minimally invasive surgical also procedures, advanced arthroscopic procedures and stem cell and biologics treatment. More than 75 percent of all surgeries and many procedures, such as spinal injections, can be performed in the safety and comfort of Northview’s ambulatory out-patient surgery center in Dahlonega. The practice also has a presence in Blairsville, where the doctors work two days a week.

            For more information, visit www.northvieworth.com or call 706-864-7904.

SPEAKER DAVID RALSTON QUALIFIES FOR RE-ELECTION IN HOUSE DISTRICT 7

Election 2018
Monday, March 5, 2018(Blue Ridge, GA) – Today, House Speaker David Ralston qualified to run for re-election in House District 7. The Republican Primary is May 22, 2018.

“Serving as House District 7’s voice in the Georgia General Assembly is an honor and responsibility I hold dear,” said Ralston. “Representing the best interests of North Georgia remains my number one priority.

“In the State House, we passed comprehensive tax reform that will empower job creators, spur economic growth, and keep more money in the pockets of Georgia taxpayers. Thanks to President Trump and the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, we delivered the largest tax cut in modern, Georgia history.

“To keep District 7 – and our entire state growing – I created the House Rural Development Council to identify the problems facing communities outside of Metro Atlanta and prescribe legislative solutions for growth and prosperity. We have already passed several of the Committee’s recommendations and have a long-term commitment to the success and vitality of rural Georgia.

“While I am proud of what we have accomplished at the State Capitol and throughout District 7, I am seeking re-election to continue fighting for Gilmer, Fannin, and Dawson County families. With the continued support of local voters, we can keep our community strong and our future bright.”

David Ralston is the 73rd Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives, a position he has held since 2010.  He was first elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 2002, and represents House District 7, which includes Fannin and Gilmer counties and a portion of Dawson County.

Live Coverage: Gilmer Parks & Rec Basketball

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Join us as TeamFYNSports, FYNTV, FetchYourNews proudly present the LIVE coverage of the entire Gilmer Parks & Recreation annual basketball tournament. Coverage begins Saturday morning and all games will be streamed LIVE on FYNTV.com and our YouTube Channel and we will be posting updates via our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram social media accounts.

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Margaret Williamson to challenge David Ralston in Republican Primary

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Margaret Williamson announces run for Georgia House of Representatives, District 7.

BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – The 2018 General Election is already starting to take shape as challengers emerge announcing bids for candidacy against well known incumbents. The most recent of these announcements comes from Margaret Williamson who intends to face off against Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives David Ralston.

Ralston was first elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 2002 and represents House District 7, which includes Fannin County, Gilmer County and a portion of Dawson County. Ralston is the 73rd Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives, a position he has held since 2010.
Williamson, who resides in Ellijay, made a statement discussing her decision to run:

“For many years I have been involved in political campaigns, on local, state, and national levels. I have actively participated in legislative issues, in support of or in opposition to, learning all the way. Now I intend to use this experience and acquired knowledge to enter into the process as a candidate.”

Already having begun the process of running for the House District 7 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives, Williamson acknowledged in her statement that she has mailed the “Declaration to Accept Campaign Contributions” form to the Georgia State Transparency & Campaign Finance Committee.

After approval of this form, Williamson’s next step will be to complete the qualifying process held in March of this year. The qualifying will officially make Williamson a candidate in the Republican Primary for Georgia State House Representative, District 7.

Williamson concluded her statement by announcing that she is in the process of creating a Facebook page which will contain her position on various issues.

“This decision is the culmination of months of debate and prayer. Please continue praying for both John and me,” Williamson said, “This is an exciting time for me.”

A General Primary Election for both Republicans and Democrats will take place on May 22, 2018. Voter registration deadline for the Primary Election is April 23.

Winners of the primaries will face off in the General Election to held on Nov. 6, 2018.

 

 

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Rec Super Bowl Saturday Schedules Set

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The Mountain Football League playoffs have finally reached their final destination for 2017:  Super Bowl Saturday.  This weekend, several of North Georgia’s finest young athletes will meet on the gridiron at Fannin County High School, battling to take home the league’s top honor of Super Bowl Champions.

Here are the results from last weekend’s final round of the playoffs:

6U: Fannin defeated Gilmer 22-0. Will play East Hall in the Super Bowl. East Hall defeated Chestatee 34-0.

7U: Fannin defeated Dawson 32-0. Will play Gilmer in Super Bowl. Gilmer defeated Pickens 46-0.

8U: Union defeated Fannin 20-0. Will play Chestatee in Super Bowl. Chestatee defeated Gilmer 25-19.

9U: Chestatee defeated West Hall 34-8. Will play Pickens in Super Bowl. Pickens defeated Dawson 26-0.

10U: Fannin defeated Gilmer 29-0. Will play Dawson in Super Bowl. Dawson defeated Union 12-0.

11U: Chestatee defeated Fannin 20-7. Will play Gilmer in Super Bowl. Gilmer defeated Dawson 7-6.

Follow us on Twitter @teamfynsports next weekend (or on Facebook) as we will have complete Super Bowl coverage from the sidelines on Saturday.

Updated Game Times:

6u Super Bowl
East Hall vs Fannin 10Am

7U Super Bowl
Fannin vs Gilmer 1145Am

8U Super Bowl
Union vs Chestatee 1:30pm

9U Super Bowl
Chestatee vs Pickens 3:15Pm

10U Super Bowl
Dawson vs Fannin 5pm

11U Super Bowl
Gilmer vs Chestatee 6:45 Pm

 

 

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Aftermath Continues to Close Schools for September 13th

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Due to wide-spread power outages and downed trees, the following North Georgia School Systems have stated they will be CLOSED on Wednesday, September 13, 2017.

Please share this information as many residents are still without power and phone service.

Dawson County Schools – CLOSED

Gilmer County Schools – CLOSED

White County Schools – CLOSED

Pickens County Schools – CLOSED

Lumpkin County Schools – CLOSED

Towns County Schools – The plan currently is to have a normal school day Wednesday. In the unlikely event that phone service is not restored to the schools by tomorrow morning, we may have to cancel school due to the liabilities of an emergency happening with no way to contact parents or have parents contact the school. We understand that many households are still without power and phone service.  If a student can’t make it to school for storm related reasons, the absence will not be held against them. 

At this time these schools will operate on a normal schedule on Wednesday, September 13, 2017:

Fannin County Schools

Union County Schools 

Murray County Schools 

Cherokee County Schools

*UPDATED* School Closings Due to Severe Weather Conditions

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  • Union County Schools will be CLOSED Monday, September 11th and Tuesday, September 12th due to Gov. Nathan Deal declaring a state of emergency for all 159 counties in Georgia. Please continue to monitor here for further updates.
  •  Fannin County Schools will be closed for students and all personnel on Monday, September 11 and Tuesday, September 12, for students, as well as all faculty and staff, except for 12-month personnel, district directors, and principals. As long as it is safe to do so, all 12-month personnel, as well as district directors and principals, should anticipate reporting by 9:00 a.m. on September 12.  These personnel should note, though, that this expectation may be revised, depending on the weather conditions overnight; nonetheless, if you ever believe it is unsafe to report, please notify your immediate supervisor. In addition, the Board of Education work session meeting that was scheduled for 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 12, has been cancelled.  Please continue to stay safe!
  • Pickens County Schools closed Monday, September 11th – TWELVE MONTH EMPLOYEES REPORT AT NORMAL TIME. Schools will also be closed on Tuesday, September 12.  Twelve month employees will be contacted late Monday as to whether they will be required to come to work on Tuesday. All school activities, including athletic events and after-school programs, will be canceled.
  • Gilmer County Schools  will be closed Monday, September 11th and Sepember 12th due to Hurricane Irma. We have made this decision after consultation with local emergency management authorities and careful consideration of safety factors, such as the probability of severe winds especially at higher elevations, debris, dangerous road conditions and downed power lines left in its wake. Only 12 month staff should report if safe to do so.
  • Dawson County Schools  will be closed on Monday, September 11, and Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Twelve month employees will operate on a 2 hour delay.
  • Lumpkin County Schools closed due to the weather forecast for our area, Lumpkin County Schools will be closed on Monday, September 11, and Tuesday, September 12, 2017. The anticipated high winds pose a significant threat to our students and staff. We understand that weather predictions are not always accurate, but we cannot ignore the potentially dangerous situation that this storm poses. Our number one priority is to keep our students and staff safe! Wednesday will still be a early release day as planned so that teachers will be available for parent conferences. 12 month employees should report if it is safe to do so. 
  • Towns County Schools closed Monday, September 11th and Tuesday, September 12th for all students. All employees should report at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, September 12th if safe to do so.
  • White County Schools due to the severe weather forecast, White County Schools are closed for students and staff Monday, September 11, and Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Please be safe!
  • Murray County Schools closed Monday September 11 and Tuesday September 12, due to the possible impact of Hurricane Irma.   We have made this decision after consultation with local emergency management authorities and careful consideration of safety factors, such as the probability of severe winds, debris, dangerous road conditions, and downed power lines.  We understand that weather predictions are often incorrect, but the size of this storm cannot be ignored. It is our hope that Murray County is spared from any of this storm’s impact, but we will always choose to error on the side of caution.  All events planned for Monday and Tuesday evenings are also cancelled.  This includes the September 11 MCPS Board meeting.  This meeting will be rescheduled for Thursday, September 14 at 6:15 p.m.  All maintenance, grounds crew, and transportation employees will meet at the transportation office.

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(UPDATE) Could Major Changes in 7-AAA Football be Coming?

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Now that the regular season has come and gone, post-season GHSA changes start. The 2016-17 football scene could change for several teams. The realignment comes after a vote to make a new region “Super 44” which puts the top schools with 2,000+ kids in one super region. Now this changes everything from 6A to 1A. For every team that moves up or down another team has to do the same. Schools like Buford who have more than 3% of its kids outside the county are forced to move up with the new rules. Fannin and Banks Counties are looking like they will move down to AA, while East Hall, Lumpkin, Franklin and West Hall are moving to AAAA. Dawson County will remain the only 7-AAA team if all this plays out like suggested. It is unclear just yet as to what region Fannin will move to, but when we find out after the GHSA makes the changes later this year TeamFYNSports will keep you updated.

Here is a look at what things could look like next football season. Click Here

(UPDATE)

The GHSA has held the first of several meetings and has released the region alignments. This being said, they have not certified anything yet. There are several schools who will petition to play up a region and other schools who will try and argue their case as to why they should move down a class. The GHSA committee will make all final decisions on Dec. 7-8.

Class 7A (AAAAAAA)
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Mill Creek 3998 45 1.1
Norcross 3753 11 0.3
Brookwood 3476 4 0.1
Peachtree Ridge 3201 71 2.2
Meadowcreek 3193 5 0.2
Collins Hill 3175 0 0
Lambert 2973 12 0.4
South Forsyth 2948 9 0.3
Lowndes 2942 36 1.2
Parkview 2936 23 0.8
Berkmar 2892 0 0
East Coweta 2882 6 0.2
North Cobb 2854 14 0.5
Grayson 2850 19 0.6
North Gwinnett 2846 11 0.4
Duluth 2710 0 0
Walton 2710 8 0.3
Campbell 2669 11 0.4
South Gwinnett 2599 0 0
Archer 2580 35 1.4
Cherokee 2543 43 1.7
Pebblebrook 2524 9 0.4
Camden County 2489 3 0.1
Colquitt County 2441 76 3.1
West Forsyth 2422 4 0.2
North Forsyth 2415 32 1.3
Etowah 2407 0 0
Hillgrove 2404 43 1.8
Newton 2359 2 0.1
McEachern 2342 12 0.5
Shiloh 2332 0 0
Newnan 2299 7 0.3
Woodstock 2295 5 0.2
Central Gwinnett 2254 51 2.3
Milton 2180 7 0.3
Lassiter 2176 20 0.9
Tift County 2173 93 4.3
Marietta 2172 14 0.6
Kennesaw Mountain 2170 13 0.6
Forsyth Central 2166 9 0.4
Wheeler 2161 6 0.3
Lakeside, DeKalb 2133 2 0.1
Discovery 2127 0 0
Rockdale County 2121 0 0
Roswell 2117 18 0.9
North Paulding 2109 5 0.2
Mountain View 2098 14 0.7
Westlake 2092 2 0.1
Class 6A (AAAAAA)
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Johns Creek 2076 9 0.4
Dacula 2075 10 0.5
South Cobb 2050 7 0.3
Alpharetta 2033 74 3.6
Valdosta 2006 16 0.8
Harrison 1990 9 0.5
Richmond Hill 1990 10 0.5
Cambridge 1984 17 0.9
Pope 1982 7 0.4
Osborne 1967 7 0.4
Alcovy 1964 8 0.4
Gainesville 1962 15 0.8
Chattahoochee 1953 8 0.4
Centennial 1938 9 0.5
Langston Hughes 1927 2 0.1
Habersham Central 1909 0 0
Northview 1908 19 1
Creekview 1904 2 0.1
Winder-Barrow 1897 12 0.6
Douglas County 1895 11 0.6
Effingham County 1890 8 0.4
Lee County 1874 15 0.8
Glynn Academy 1868 13 0.7
Heritage, Conyers 1860 24 1.3
Coffee 1854 20 1.1
Evans 1854 7 0.4
Grovetown 1835 7 0.4
Dalton 1829 19 1
Sequoyah 1828 2 0.1
Tucker 1824 7 0.4
Drew pro- 1822 8 0.4
South Paulding 1821 8 0.4
Mundy’s Mill   pro- 1808 4 0.2
Northside, W. Robins 1807 6 0.3
Tri-Cities 1802 10 0.6
Lanier 1800 4 0.2
Northgate 1793 6 0.3
Houston County 1791 5 0.3
Lovejoy pro- 1782 9 0.5
Allatoona 1770 38 2.1
Brunswick 1760 5 0.3
Sprayberry 1759 9 0.5
Mays 1742 0 0
Greenbrier 1738 5 0.3
Alexander 1737 33 1.9
Creekside 1737 5 0.3
New Manchester 1735 6 0.3
North Atlanta 1734 10 0.6
Apalachee 1732 27 1.6
Jonesboro pro- 1731 1 0.1
Paulding County 1724 7 0.4
Rome 1714 34 2
Dunwoody 1697 0 0
Bradwell Institute 1683 15 0.9
East Paulding 1681 6 0.4
Lakeside, Evans 1681 6 0.4
River Ridge 1679 2 0.1
Class 5A (AAAAA)
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Harris County 1673 30 1.8
McIntosh 1670 15 0.9
Flowery Branch 1669 12 0.7
M. L. King 1655 0 0
Woodland, Cartersville 1643 7 0.4
Clarkston 1642 2 0.1
Hiram 1634 8 0.5
North Springs 1630 42 2.6
Forest Park pro- 1616 3 0.2
Stephenson 1616 4 0.2
South Effingham 1595 5 0.3
Jones County 1594 19 1.2
Villa Rica 1590 17 1.1
Statesboro 1579 5 0.3
Lithia Springs 1567 8 0.5
Mt. Zion, Jonesboro pro- 1566 0 0
Cedar Shoals 1564 0 0
Ware County 1561 3 0.2
Cass 1560 1 0.1
Ola 1560 7 0.4
Warner Robins 1548 2 0.1
Banneker 1547 4 0.3
Riverwood 1542 16 1
Cross Keys 1523 0 0
Loganville 1509 9 0.6
Veterans 1506 5 0.3
Miller Grove 1501 1 0.1
Dutchtown 1496 11 0.7
Union Grove 1495 14 0.9
Stockbridge 1494 5 0.3
Bainbridge 1487 6 0.4
Kell 1483 11 0.7
Carrollton 1481 25 1.7
Wayne County 1474 4 0.3
Thomas County Central 1474 81 5.5 [won appeal]
Woodland, Stock. 1473 19 1.3
Johnson, Gainesville 1471 1 0.1
Whitewater 1427 23 1.6
Clarke Central 1419 6 0.4
Lithonia 1418 1 0.1
Walnut Grove 1408 13 0.9
Locust Grove 1400 11 0.8
Griffin 1395 2 0.1
Starr’s Mill 1393 14 1
New Hampstead 1386 1 0.1
Ridgeland 1385 12 0.9
Eastside 1384 22 1.6
Eagle’s Landing 1382 3 0.2
Chamblee 1377 3 0.2
Chapel Hill 1374 9 0.7
Grady 1364 4 0.3
Fayette County 1359 3 0.2
Northside, Columbus 1357 17 1.3
Southeast Whitfield 1357 3 0.2
Arabia Mountain 1345 3 0.2
Madison County 1345 15 1.1
Buford [1299] 222 17.1
Class 4A (AAAA)
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Pickens 1341 11 0.8
Richmond Academy 1339 1 0.1
Riverdale pro- 1334 6 0.4
Morrow pro- 1332 0 0
Heritage, Catoosa 1328 24 1.8
Northwest Whitfield 1327 16 1.2
Troup 1323 3 0.2
Perry 1321 6 0.5
North Clayton pro- 1320 3 0.2
Upson-Lee 1314 17 1.3
LaGrange 1309 1 0.1
Americus-Sumter 1307 10 0.7
Howard 1300 11 0.8
Salem 1294 12 0.9
Chestatee 1289 5 0.4
Carver, Atlanta 1286 0 0
Druid Hills 1279 3 0.2
Hardaway 1276 3 0.2
Columbus 1269 19 1.5
Baldwin 1266 3 0.2
Westover 1262 0 0
Spalding 1262 19 1.5
Sandy Creek 1239 13 1
Southwest DeKalb 1230 0 0
LaFayette 1227 2 0.2
Shaw 1225 4 0.3
Thomson 1223 0 0
Columbia 1218 0 0
Gilmer 1217 5 0.4
Cross Creek 1216 3 0.2
Mary Persons 1214 14 1.2
West Laurens 1210 19 1.6
Cartersville 1196 11 0.9
Carver, Columbus 1191 0 0
Cairo 1187 9 0.8
North Oconee 1186 22 1.9
Burke County 1162 25 2.2
Central, Carroll 1162 6 0.5
Decatur 1158 28 2.4
Stephens County 1158 3 0.3
White County 1149 6 0.5
Cedartown 1147 6 0.5
Hampton 1142 0 0
West Hall 1141 7 0.6
Luella 1137 6 0.5
Oconee County 1134 2 0.2
East Hall 1130 12 1.1
Pike County pro- 1127 6 0.5
Woodward Academy [1096] 523 47.7
Jackson, Atlanta [1096] 62 5.7
St. Pius X [1076] 520 48.3
Jefferson [1003] 87 8.7
Blessed Trinity [978] 426 43.6
Riverside Military  [888] 429 96.6
Class 3A (AAA)
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Franklin County 1115 24 2.2
Lumpkin County 1114 6 0.5
Monroe Area 1114 5 0.4
Liberty County 1108 4 0.4
Jackson County 1106 4 0.4
Crisp County 1101 74 6.7 [won appeal]
Central, Macon 1097 0 0
Sonoraville 1097 14 1.3
Westside, Macon 1094 2 0.2
Windsor Forest 1089 0 0
Haralson County 1089 17 1.6
Rutland 1087 1 0.1
Calhoun 1084 24 2.2
Cedar Grove 1083 0 0
Dawson County 1076 9 0.8
North Hall 1073 7 0.7
Monroe 1069 0 0
Pierce County 1068 11 1
Henry County 1060 0 0
Ringgold 1047 8 0.8
Redan 1025 0 0
Stone Mountain 1019 6 0.6
Coahulla Creek 1008 6 0.6
Jackson 1005 12 1.2
North Murray 997 2 0.2
Beach 992 0 0
Morgan County 985 29 2.9
Peach County 985 10 1
Appling County 983 6 0.6
Islands 983 0 0
Hephzibah 981 0 0
Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe 981 19 1.9
Murray County 980 4 0.4
Jenkins 979 1 0.1
Towers 975 2 0.2
Hart County 963 1 0.1
Tattnall County 951 27 2.8
Brantley County 950 17 1.8
East Jackson 949 14 1.5
Southeast Bulloch 949 3 0.3
Adairsville 948 1 0.1
Kendrick 945 0 0
Dougherty 930 1 0.1
Worth County 908 5 0.6
Banks County 908 15 1.7
Long County 903 7 0.8
Gordon Central 902 11 1.2
Cook 901 29 3.2 [won appeal]
Rockmart 898 10 1.1
Fannin County 894 0 0
Douglass, Atlanta 875 1 0.1
Westminster [810] 162 20
Marist [793] 476 60
Greater Atlanta Christian [736] 292 39.7
Lovett [662] 167 25.2
Bremen [623] 117 18.8
Class 2A (AA)
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Pepperell 869 7 0.8
Jeff Davis 867 30 3.5 [won appeal]
Southwest 866 0 0
** Savannah Arts 857 2 0.2
Dodge County 857 9 1.1
South Atlanta 849 0 0
Washington 843 0 0
Therrell 842 0 0
Toombs County 839 11 1.3
Spencer 838 0 0
Washington County 837 1 0.1
Callaway 837 7 0.8
Albany 837 7 0.8
Fitzgerald 829 7 0.8
Chattooga 826 6 0.7
Union County 825 15 1.8
Elbert County 820 1 0.1
Johnson, Savannah 806 0 0
Jefferson County 804 7 0.9
McNair 795 0 0
Berrien 797 15 1.9
Jordan 787 0 0
Butler 781 2 0.3
Lamar County 775 9 1.2
Thomasville 761 30 3.9 [won appeal]
Westside, Augusta 752 3 0.4
Coosa 751 12 1.6
Northeast 746 1 0.1
Benedictine 738 18 4.9 [won appeal]
Putnam County 737 17 2.3
Harlem 725 6 0.8
Vidalia 721 63 8.7 [won appeal]
Glenn Hills 716 0 0
Bleckley County 708 68 9.6 [won appeal]
Swainsboro 692 27 3.9 [won appeal]
** St. Vincent’s 682 20 5.9 [won appeal]
Hapeville Charter 678 16 2.4
Model 676 12 1.8
Groves 671 0 0
Monticello 670 4 0.6
Rabun County 663 10 1.5
Temple 659 10 1.5
Oglethorpe County 650 11 1.7
Early County 642 48 7.5 [won appeal]
KIPP Atlanta 638 0 0
Heard County 635 26 4.1 [won appeal]
Screven County 635 7 1.1
Savannah 632 0 0
Josey 632 0 0
Dublin 629 5 0.8
Bryan County 598 4 0.7
East Laurens 592 24 4.1 [won appeal]
Dade County 589 0 0
Bacon County 570 8 1.4
Metter 561 13 2.3
Armuchee 559 39 7 [won appeal]
Laney 549 0 0
** Stilwell Arts 542 0 0
Social Circle 525 58 11 [won appeal]
Brooks County 521 1 0.2
Class A
School FTE Count (1)Outside (2)% Outside
Holy Innocents’ 520 146 28.1
** Woodville-Tompkins 506 0 0
** Coretta Scott King 500 0 0
Telfair County 493 1 0.2
B.E.S.T Academy 486 0 0
Wesleyan 483 304 62.9
Greene County 482 11 2.3
Crawford County 481 8 1.7
Macon County 478 1 0.2
Manchester 475 20 4.2
Gordon Lee 463 49 10.6
Charlton County 461 1 0.2
Atkinson County 458 16 3.5
Chattahoochee County 458 17 3.7
Irwin County 456 40 8.8
Darlington 454 259 57
Washington-Wilkes 453 0 0
Seminole County 452 36 8
Pace Academy 451 107 23.7
** Drew Charter pro- 450 20 4.4
Mt. Paran Christian 450 72 16
** Technical Career Magnet 444 0 0
McIntosh County Academy 442 0 0
Commerce 437 46 10.5
Pelham 436 22 5
** Paideia 435 97 22.3
Marion County 432 16 3.7
Mt. de Sales 428 121 28.3
Trion 422 34 8.1
Wilkinson County 421 3 0.7
** Morris Innovative 421 1 0.2
** Davidson Fine Arts 420 3 0.7
Mt. Zion, Carroll 420 7 1.7
Bowdon 414 5 1.2
Claxton 407 4 1
Lanier County 400 7 1.8
Savannah Christian 399 65 16.3
Taylor County 396 33 8.3
Terrell County 396 0 0
Schley County 393 92 23.4
Dooly County 389 5 1.3
Hawkinsville 389 39 10
First Presbyterian 388 75 19.3
Mitchell County 384 3 0.8
Turner County 383 18 4.7
Lincoln County 376 2 0.5
Eagles Landing Christian 373 95 25.5
Our Lady of Mercy 366 172 47
Clinch County 358 12 3.4
Hebron Christian 357 39 10.9
Fellowship Christian 356 123 34.6
Walker 355 53 14.9
** Atlanta International 347 147 42.4
** Johnson, Augusta 340 0 0
Jenkins County 340 0 0
Towns County 337 1 0.3
Emanuel County Institute 336 2 0.6
North Cobb Christian 335 102 30.4
Johnson County 335 18 5.4
Treutlen 327 23 7
Athens Academy 327 203 62.1
Brookstone 327 75 22.9
** DeKalb Arts 322 0 0
St. Francis 321 136 42.4
Stratford Academy 319 49 15.4
Calvary Day School 316 24 7.6
Greenville 314 0 0
Randolph-Clay 312 50 16
Wilcox County 310 5 1.6
Mt. Vernon 308 146 47.4
** Elite Scholars 306 1 0.3
George Walton 305 111 36.4
Providence Christian 303 96 31.7
Hancock Central 299 6 2
** Galloway 296 64 21.6
Montgomery County 294 9 3.1
Pinecrest Academy 285 75 26.3
Mt. Pisgah 281 44 15.7
Georgia Military College 280 91 32.5
Prince Avenue 278 181 65.1
Miller County 275 28 10.2
Landmark Christian 272 218 80.1
** Tallulah Falls 272 166 61
Strong Rock Christian 265 63 23.8
Savannah Country Day 264 19 7.2
King’s Ridge 260 89 34.2
Wheeler County 252 38 15.1
Whitefield Academy 251 71 28.3
Twiggs County 245 10 4.1
Aquinas 244 87 35.7
Lakeview Academy 234 50 21.4
** Savannah Early College 231 0 0
Portal 230 0 0
** Echols County 229 6 2.6
Athens Christian 229 155 67.7
** Weber 224 98 43.8
Baconton Charter 213 7 3.3
Calhoun County 200 1 0.5
St. Anne-Pacelli 186 48 25.8
Glascock County 182 1 0.5
Tattnall Square 174 47 27
Central, Talbotton 159 0 0
Christian Heritage 152 30 19.7
Warren County 138 0 0
** Fulton Leadership 126 0 0
Stewart County 124 2 1.6
** Pataula Charter 124 0 0
** Webster County 105 14 13.3
** Ben Franklin Academy 102 54 52.9
** Atlanta Jewish Academy 96 33 34.4
** Excel Christian 91 6 6.6
** Quitman County 84 0 0
** Baker County 84 1 1.2
** Lake Oconee Academy 75 4 5.3
** ACE Charter 75 0 0
** Greenforest Christian 67 14 20.9
** Georgia School for Deaf 57 52 91.2
** Georgia Academy for Blind 56 42 75
** Atlanta Classical 50 1 2
** W.D. Mohammed 48 4 8.3
** Taliaferro County 40 4 10
** SW Atlanta Christian 26 4 15.4
** Woody Gap 23 0 0

(1) Number of students who reside outside the county where the school is located.

(2) Percentage of students who reside outside the county where the school is located.

(3) Schools listed as “single sex” had their FTE numbers doubled for this purpose.

** Schools not playing varsity football.

[ ] School moved up in class because of more than 3 percent out-of-county students

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