Quality of Life

The Worth County School System is comprised of four excellent learning institutions including Worth County Primary SchoolWorth County Elementary SchoolWorth County Middle School, and Worth County High School. Success begins here! The Worth County School System instills a foundation and desire to learn and succeed into our young people. In addition, our active, involved parents and community leaders are a major ingredient for success in the Worth County School System.

Worth County Primary was named a Georgia Title 1 Distinguished School. WCP is proud to have won Georgia School Bell Awards from the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals for its “Wee Deliver” in-school postal program, as well as its comprehensive Outdoor Classroom program. The WCP Outdoor Classroom also received one of eight National Sea World/Busch Gardens/Fuji Film Environmental Excellence Awards.

Worth County Elementary School has been a Title 1 Distinguished School for 5 years and has also received numerous honors in recent years. Two governors have honored Sylvester Elementary for its participation in Red Ribbon Week. The school has also received a Certificate of Participation from Computers for Education for supporting computer education at school. Four teachers have achieved Model Classroom Status from the Reading Renaissance Program for outstanding usage of the Accelerated Reading/Reading Renaissance program. In addition, SES has received the Georgia School Bell Award for its Accelerated Math and Accelerated Reader Program.
Worth County Middle School became a Title 1 Distinguished School. WCMS actively seeks parental involvement. The faculty and staff provide quality education by involving parents, students, and teachers in cooperative planning. When students and parents help set and implement educational goals, achievement is high! Technology is a big part of leaning at WCMS. The latest technology is utilized in almost every aspect of the teaching process. It is at Worth County Middle School where students first begin to achieve athletic success. A large spectrum of athletics programs is available at the middle school level.

Worth County High School is where students prepare for their future. WCHS offers college preparatory and a career/technology curriculum. Honor classes are available in each academic area. The WCHS Technology/Career Education Program prepares students for industry certification in Business Education, Health Care Sciences, Transportation, and Horticulture. WCHS has post-Secondary Option Agreements with several colleges in the area including Abraham Baldwin College, Albany State University, and Southern Regional Technical College. A distance learning lab provides on-site college courses to WCHS students. Student athletes at Worth County High School excel in many sports. As a member of the Georgia High School Association Region, athletes compete against the best of the best. Athletic teams include football, baseball, softball, competition cheerleading, cross country, basketball, golf, track, wrestling, soccer, and tennis. The Worth County School System has many things to be proud of. The gifted program in Worth County is showing steady growth according to the state report card. Faculty in the gifted program use a variety of delivery models in their instruction including pullout, advanced content, and resource.
Each has own nurse, Each Title 1 Distinction, SACS district, each AYP.