W.C. Abney Elementary School 1186 Colbert Rd, Dallas, GA30132 W.C. Abney Elementary School began in the late 1800s as a one-room school known as the New Hope School. The new Abney…More Elementary was built in 2009-2010 and is currently the largest elementary school in the county with a capacity of up to 1,200 students. The school's mascot is the eagle.
P.B. Ritch Elementary School 140 Bethel Church Rd, Hiram, GA30141 P.B. Ritch Elementary School has an expert staff of caring teachers and an extensive curriculum that prepare children…More for middle school. The school provides artistic, athletic, and academic activities and programs during and after school that promote social skills, creative and critical thinking and leadership. Under the Paulding County School System, this school has catered the Paulding County and City of Hiram youth for years.
Home to the Wolfpups and one of 20 elementary schools in the Paulding County system, Burnt Hickory Elementary,…More located near North Paulding High School and Sammy McClure Sr. Middle School, provides special education to pre-school students and serves the county's kindergarten through fifth-grade students.
Services also include an after-school program and extracurricular activities, such as chorus.
Irma C. Austin Middle School 3490 Ridge Rd, Douglasville, GA30134 Dedicated to a Paulding County native and a teacher who taught various grade levels for 36 years in the Paulding County…More school system, Austin Middle School educates sixth through eighth graders and provides extracurricular activities. The school is home to the Eagles and opened in 2005.
West Metro Driving School 4075 Marietta Hwy, Dallas, GA30157 The West Metro Driving School is a state certified driving school that offers day and evening classes, as well as some…More weekend classes. The school offers free home pickup. Located in the Citizens Square shopping center, this location is convenient from anywhere in the city.
Lena Mae Moses Middle School 1066 Old County Farm Rd, Dallas, GA30132 The school is named after longtime educator Lena M. Moses, who taught in four Paulding County schools during her…More 43-year tenure, which spanned from 1945 to 1988. Moses also began her education in the school system, completing all 11 grades available to African-American students at the time; she continued on, completing 12th grade at Washington High School in Atlanta, and graduated at the top of her class. The school that bears her name serves students in grades six through eight. The school's mascot is the Titans.
Hiram Elementary School 200 Seaboard Ave, Hiram, GA30141 One of 20 elementary schools in the Paulding County system and home of the Hornets, Hiram Elementary Schools offers…More kindergarten through fifth grade classes and pre-school special needs classes. Activities include chorus and student council.
Paulding County School District 3236 Atlanta Hwy, Dallas, GA30132 The Paulding County School system comprises 20 elementary schools, eight middle schools and five high schools. As of…More October 2010, more than 28,000 students attended those 33 sites, making the district the 13th largest in Georgia. Governing the district is the Paulding County Board of Education, which is made up of seven county residents elected by the voters. Board members along with the superintendent hold regular meetings twice a month and board retreats twice a year.
Paulding County High School 1297 Villa Rica Hwy, Dallas, GA30157 While the school originated in the late 1960s, Paulding County High opened the doors to this new facility in fall…More 2010. Prior to that milestone, PCHS reached another when it was recognized as a School of Excellence in 2003. According to its mission statement, the school "is dedicated to providing a rigorous curriculum with high expecations and a caring staff who inspires students to excel academically by taking ownership of their learning as they become productive citizens in a global community. The school's mascot is the Patriots.
Lillian C. Poole Elementary School 1002 Wayside Ln, Dallas, GA30132 This school opened in 2003, six years after the passing of its namesake, Lillian C. Poole, who had a 37-year teaching…More career that included three decades at Yorkville School. The Title-I school educates more than 450 students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. The school's motto is "Always try and do my best, I make the choice for my success!"
Dallas Elementary School 520 Hardee St, Dallas, GA30132 Dallas Elementary School's first students walked through the building's doors in 1956; before the facility opened, one…More school, Dallas High School, served grades one through 12. Students in pre-kindergarten through grade five are served by the Title-I school, which operates under this mission: "...to bring learning to life by ensuring that we educated each person in a challenging environment to promote lifelong learning."