Chattahoochee Technical College - Paulding Campus 400 Nathan Dean Blvd, Dallas, GA30132 The largest technical college in the state came to be when Appalachian, Chattahoochee and North Metro technical colleges…More merged under the Chattahoochee Tech name in 2009. The school serves six counties with its eight campuses in north central Georgia. Featured programs on the Paulding Campus are Practical Nursing, business programs, Early Childhood Care and Education, adult education (including GED testing) and General Studies.
Legacy Baptist Church 2976 Dallas Acworth Hwy, Dallas, GA30132 Legacy Baptist Church is a Baptist church in Dallas. Originally gathering at on a college campus during its formative…More years, the church presently operates out of a 113-acre campus that offers worship services, adult Bible studies and youth groups.
West Ridge Church 3522 Hiram Acworth Hwy, Dallas, GA30157 West Ridge Church is one of the largest ministries in the area and has two locations. The Dallas Campus…More service is at 9am and 11am. The other in West Paulding receives the Sunday morning sermon via streaming video, which helps to connect members in that area with West Ridge. West Paulding's service begins at 9:15 and 11:15. There is also a Spanish worship on Saturdays at 6pm.
Georgia Highlands College - Paulding Site 25 Courthouse Sq, Dallas, GA30132 The Paulding Site is one of the newest campuses of Georgia Highlands College, which has served northwest Georgia and…More northeast Alabama since 1970, previously under the name Floyd Junior College. The two-year college has six sites in northwest Georgia. This site is in the building known as the George T. Bagby Building and houses administrative offices, an online library, one laboratory for biology and geology courses, two large classrooms and two computer labs.
Grace Baptist Christian School 5790 Powder Springs-Dallas Road, Hiram, GA30141 Founded in 2000 as a ministry of Grace Baptist Church, the school's mission is "to help prepare each young person to…More accept God's purpose for his life and provoke him to pursue that plan with passion; to educate, equip and engage him in the life-long mission of bringing glory to God." The school is on a 22.5-acre campus in Powder Springs. Most of its students come from Paulding, Cobb and Douglas counties, and students are admitted based upon completion of parent and student applications, interviews, testing and submission of academic records.