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District Statistics

Facts and Statistics
  • Clayton County the Clayton County Public School System is the 113th largest school district in the United States and the fifth largest in Georgia.  Just 12 miles south of Atlanta, Clayton County covers 143 square miles and is home to over 275,000 residents.
     

  • Nearly 50% of our faculty have advanced degrees.
     

  • Traveling 30,500 miles and making 10,368 stops, our 377 buses transport 31,200 children daily.
     

  • Our commitment to the performing arts is unparalleled. The district's first magnet school, the Fine Arts Academy at Mt. Zion High School, opened in August 2007.  The district is one of first in Georgia to assign full-time music and art specialists at every school.  The 1,800 seat Performing Arts Center, built in 1990, provides students with a location that not only provides instruction, but also serves as a performance venue.
     

Schools
Elementary Schools 37
Middle Schools 14
High Schools 8
Enrollment Figures
Elementary Schools 25,822
Middle Schools 12,037
High Schools 14,469
Total Enrollment 52.328

FY 2009 Operating Budget

Federal (.1%) $375,000
Other Local Funds (1.5%) $5,995,844
Local Taxes (37.2%) $151,000,000
State Funds (61.3%) $248,911,476

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