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Nickajack Elementary School
4555 Mavell Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30082
Nickajack Elementary, in the Cobb County School District, serves grades pre-K through fifth and has been recognized as aMore "National School of Character." The school's mission is to "help all students become successful life-long learners and people of good character.'' The school feeds into both Griffin and Campbell Middle Schools. To find out how you can get involved, call the school or talk to your child's teachers.
Norton Park Elementary School
3041 Gray Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30082
Norton Park Elementary School's vision statement is to provide a safe, nurturing environment that promotes respect forMore others, love of learning and the potential to meet life's challenges. Principal Doug Daugherty's school follows the 'America's Choice Design' for school reform started by the Department of Education that 'no child is left behind.' Check the website for more information on the school's curriculum and PTA.
Brown Elementary School
3265 Brown Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
Founded in 1955, Brown Elementary School has taught generations of Smyrna families for more than 50 years and many ofMore the school's teachers and staff have been with the school for more than 15 years. Several of the school's current students come from families of longtime Smyrna residents which has helped give Brown the distinction of being a "Title One Distinguished School." Led by Principal Brett Ward, Brown's mission is to create an atmosphere where children are empowered to learn and are willing to take risks to achieve their potential.
Argyle Elementary School
2420 Spring Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
Argyle Elementary is completely committed to developing lifelong learners by developing all facets of students'More potential in a nurturing environment. The school, led by Principal Robert Babay, has approximately 635 students in grades K-5. Interestingly, the name "Argyle" was chosen because back when the school was founded in 1961, the surrounding subdivision was noted for its Scottish residents. See the school's website for more information on the school curriculum and after-school programs.
Covenant Christian School
3130 Atlanta Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
Located in the Smyrna Presbyterian Church, Covenant Christian School's philosophy of education is Christian andMore biblically-based. CCS, which was established in 1975, is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools. It offers its students an environment that focuses on strengthening their personal, academic and spiritual growth. 
Smyrna Montessori School
3757 King Springs Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
Smyrna Montessori School uses Montessori educational programs to educate children from 18 months to six years. TheMore subjects covered by this educational institution include mathmatics, culture, language, life skills and more. Class sizes are small, and the school is a participant in the Farm to School and No Child Left Behind programs.
Russell Elementary School
3920 S Hurt Rd SW, Smyrna, GA 30082
Originally built in 1961, Richard Russell Elementary School recently completed a $6 million construction project thatMore included 22 new classrooms, as well as a total electrical upgrade in the school's infrastructure. The project, made possible through SPLOST, also allowed the school to add two new science labs, a math resource room and an administrative wing. Russell Elementary houses grades Pre-K to 5th and the school's focus is a child-centered, caring atmosphere. For more information on the Russell's curriculum and after-school program, see the school's website.
Campbell High School
5265 Ward St SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
Campbell High School in Smyrna, the only high school in Cobb County to offer a Magnet/International Baccalaureate(IB)More Program, reflects the dynamic and diverse nature of its community and student body. Campbell prepares its students to be productive and responsible citizens committed to respecting and appreciating all cultures. The school, founded in 1952, was named for Orme Campbell, a successful Atlanta businessman who sold the land on which the original school was built.