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School-Based Health Center


What is a School-Based Health Center?

The School-Based Health Center (SBHC) provides on-site care for acute and chronic illness of school-aged children at North Clayton High School, North Clayton Middle School, Northcutt Elementary School, and West Clayton Elementary School. Arrangements have been created between the school district and Family Health Centers of Georgia that promote the health and educational success of students. The SBHC staff will provide pediatric care for students while working in a collaborative relationship with the healthcare technician at the school sites and families to:

  • Improve access to health care services
  • Promote prevention and early intervention
  • Establish a medical home and primary care physician
  • Provide education to students and parents

What services will be offered?

Clayton County Public Schools is proud to announce that they were approved to receive grants for three additional School Based Health Centers in school year 2023-2024.  These centers will be located at Lee Street Elementary School, Huie Elementary School and Forest Park Middle School.

The School-Based Health Center at North Clayton High School is a Collaborative Partnership between Clayton County Public Schools and the Family Health Centers of Georgia.

North Clayton HS-Information Card

The staff at the SBHC include: Behavioral Health Professional, Physician, and Nurse Intake Personnel. The services will be: Hypertension Therapy, Diabetes Management, and Behavioral Health referrals, Chronic Disease Management, Health Education, Nutritional Counseling, Youth Weight Reduction, Immunizations by appointment only, School and Sports Physicals by appointment only, sick visits, and well child checks.

School-Based Health Centers are located in a number of areas throughout the United States.

For more information about School-Based Health Centers, please read the article by Dr. Veda Johnson (Link

For more information about the School-Based Health Center, please contact Dr. Angela Horrison-Collier, Director of Student Services, at

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