Coronavirus Information

The Hall County School District continues to update practices and protocols to ensure the safety of its students, team members, and community, regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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HCSD Schools To Remain Closed For In-Person-Instruction For Remainder Of School Year

In accordance with Governor Kemp’s order issued this afternoon, the Hall County School District will remain closed for in-person-instruction for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
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FCCLA Leadership Hall of Fame Induction

The Hall County School District congratulates Ms. Vickie Rundbaken...

Young Georgia Authors System Finalists

Congratulations to our 2020 YGA Hall County Finalists! The works from the students listed below move on to the regional competition for the Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition.

Math Mania Competitions

Math Mania competitions this Saturday Feb 29. Click to get more information about the competition.

The Hall County Transition Fair

The Hall County Transition Fair is coming up on March 6th. There will be Vendors from several colleges and places of employment and apprenticeship opportunities.
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ACT Cancellations

The ACT scheduled for Saturday, February the 8th at North Hall…

2020 AP Honor Schools

The Hall County School District is proud to announce our high schools that have been named 2020 Georgia Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools by State School Superintendent Richard Woods on February 6, 2020, based on July 2019 AP Exam test data.
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Gainesville Kiwanis Honors 2020 STAR STUDENTS and STAR TEACHERS at Annual Recognition

Gainesville Kiwanis continued a longstanding tradition of paying tribute to our STAR Students and STAR Teachers with the annual awards luncheon on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at First Baptist Church in Gainesville.

District Spelling Bee 2020 Winners

On Friday, January 31, the Hall County School District conducted its annual District Spelling Bee at the Oaks located at Lanier College and Career Academy. Students representing the district’s twenty elementary schools and eight middle schools were in attendance.