One Coffee. One Team.

The Coffee County School System is composed of eight elementary schools (pre-K through grade 5), one middle school (grades six through eight), a ninth-grade academy, one comprehensive high school (grades ten through twelve), one separate college and career academy (grades nine through twelve) and one alternative program (grades six through twelve). The school system is governed by a five-member board of education elected for a four-year term on a non-partisan basis. The school superintendent is appointed by the board and serves as the chief executive officer. The system serves approximately 7,600 students in Pre-K through 12th grade.

Strategic Plan


Coffee County Schools Strategic Plan

Creating a stronger community through an
equitable and excellent education for every student.

District News

Enrollment Center Summer Hours

The Coffee County Schools Enrollment Center, located in the Board of Education building at 1311 South Peterson Avenue, is your one-stop-place to go for new enrollments, withdrawals, transfers, and registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Their summer hours are Monday-Thursday from 7:30 AM-4:30 PM.

Fri May 26 09:57 PM

Dr. Morris Leis, Superintendent
Leis Receives GSSA President’s Award

Coffee County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Morris Leis is a recipient of the 2023 Georgia School Superintendents Association (GSSA) President’s Award.   This prestigious honor is awarded to superintendents for outstanding leadership in their school system and community, and was presented to Dr. Leis at the GSSA 2023 Superintendent Conference.  

Wed May 17 12:48 PM

Path2College 529 Plan
Eastside Elementary Pre-K Student Receives Path2College 529 Grant

DOUGLAS, Ga. – One Coffee County family is getting a head start on saving for college thanks to the 529 Path 2 College Grant.

Tue May 16 11:10 PM

Sensory Room
Sensory Rooms for Students with Special Needs

Coffee County Schools is pleased to showcase the addition of dedicated sensory rooms in eight of our schools. Many students with special needs are overwhelmed by daily sensory experiences (textures, visuals, smells, sounds). These experiences can cause distress and discomfort, which can sometimes result in meltdowns. Sensory rooms are designed to develop coping skills, decrease negative behaviors, and improve student engagement.

Tue May 09 11:33 AM

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The Coffee County Board of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on religion, race, color, sex, national origin, age or disability.


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