Important HCSD Announcements

Ernie Johnson Jr., sportscaster and motivational speaker, addresses our newest team members at this year’s Hall County School District new Employee Orientation. Thank you for the words of inspiration!”

The HCSD Transportation Department has transitioned to a new bus routing software that is not compatible with the My Stop app. Unfortunately, an app that will provide parents with a bus arrival time will not be available to begin the new school year. Our vendor has indicated that a new app will be available by September at the earliest. As soon as this new app is accessible, we will notify families and assist with its roll out. We apologize for the inconvenience this might cause you and your family.

The Hall County School District is actively seeking School Nurse Substitutes for the upcoming school year. Applicants must have an RN/LPN license. To apply and learn more details, please go to the “job openings” tab on the district website or click here.

District News

Cafeteria Award Of Excellence

Congratulations to our cafe team at Sardis Elementary School for being recognized by the Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition Division as a 2023 recipient of the Cafeteria Award of Excellence.


Character, Competency, Rigor.. For All

 This Is The Mission of Hall County Schools.
With foundational philosophies of continuous improvement and leading by example, we commit to utilize all of our abilities to accomplish the task before us. Additionally, it will take our entire community working together to create an environment where boys and girls, our most precious resource, can begin to realize their potential. We believe our role is to fully support local families on this most important journey.

Petition for High School Diploma

Submit the HB91 petition form to determine the Student’s eligibility to receive a high school diploma pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 20 – 2 – 281.1 based on the graduation requirements in effect when the Student first entered ninth grade. View High School Diploma Form

Common Sense Digital Citizenship

The Hall County School District has been approved as a Common Sense Certified District: Digital Citizenship, an honor that recognizes our efforts in teaching digital citizenship to young people. Common Sense Certified Digital Citizenship

The Georgia Vision Project

The Georgia Vision Project organizes the resources and energies of Georgia’s stakeholders to effectively focus on preparing students to become contributing members of a democratic society and global economy. The Georgia Vision Project

HCSD Agri-Business Center

Providing Hall County students with hands-on, real-world opportunities, which allow them to develop skills and pursue future occupations in the numerous career pathways available in Georgia’s Agri-Business economy. HCSD Agr-Busniess Center

ESPLOST VI and General Obligation Bonds.

 “Building a Future for Students: Building Community”


On June 9, 2020, the stakeholders of the Hall County School District voted to approve the extension of ESPLOST and the utilization of general obligation bonds. Both sources now provide funding for the implementation of the district’s 10-Year Facility plan. We are grateful for the community’s trust, and we are excited about moving forward. Details of the 10-Year-Facility Plan and other resources are located at We encourage you to visit this site to learn more about the exciting future that awaits the boys and girls of the Hall County School District.

Stan Lewis
Director of Communications and Athletics, HCSD

Community Connection

Our Community Mission
To establish and foster a voluntary cooperative relationship between the school and industry through their mutual adoption of one another and to support and enrich the existence of both.

  • Fine Arts

    Discover all Fine Arts events for each of our Hall County Schools. The Fine Arts page includes current and upcoming events for each Art, Band, Chorus and Drama Departments.

  • Annual Report to the Community

    We are proud of the fact that Hall County School District students perform at high levels in academics, fine arts, career technical competitions, and athletics. Additionally, our district continues to transform classrooms and schools to meet the individual needs of our students. Read Annual Report to Community

  • The Oaks

    Lanier College Career Academy (LCCA) was created in response to an increasing need of the Hall County community in the area of hospitality and tourism, including culinary arts, marketing, and business and resort management. The Oaks Website

  • Work-Based Learning (WBL)

    The mission of the Work-Based Learning Program is to assist in providing a highly trained, technologically sophisticated and career oriented young workforce. This is accomplished by developing partnerships between business, industry, students, parents, school systems, coordinators, and post-secondary institutions which will lead the participating student into meaningful careers. View Work-Based Learning Website