List of Schools in Georgia (U.S. State) - Habersham County

Habersham County

High schools

  • Habersham Central High School, Mount Airy
  • Habersham Ninth Grade Academy, Mount Airy

Middle schools

Elementary schools

  • Baldwin Elementary School, Baldwin
  • Clarkesville Elementary School, Clarkesville
  • Cornelia Elementary School, Cornelia
  • Demorest Elementary School
  • Fairview Elementary School
  • Hazel Grove Elementary School
  • Level Grove Elementary School
  • Woodville Elementary School

Private schools

  • Georgia Mountains Christian Academy
  • Tallulah Falls School
  • Trinity Classical School

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... The first European to visit what is now Habersham County was Hernando de Soto, who came in search of gold in 1540 ... A small part of the southern end of the county was probably at one time held by the Creek Indians, while the Cherokee Indians inhabited the rest of the county ... The first treaty affecting any part of what is now Habersham County was in 1804 and concerned a tract of land "four miles in width from the top of Currahee Mountain to the ...
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... It begins in Clay County, North Carolina, near Standing Indian Mountain in the Southern Nantahala Wilderness and flows south into Georgia, crossing the state line into Towns ... The river then travels through Rabun County and ends in Habersham County ... with the Chattooga River to form the Tugaloo River at Lake Tugalo in Habersham County, which then joins South Carolina's Seneca River at Lake Hartwell to create the Savannah ...

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