The district is recognized as among the best in the Central Georgia Region. The students are provided with the best facilities and equipment; the schools are staffed by excellent teachers, and the school district is supported by involved parents and an active business community. Nine community members serve on an elected Board of Education.
The average teaching experience for the district’s teachers is over 12 years. More than 66 percent of the teachers have Master’s degrees or higher; 75 have doctorates. Thirty-nine teachers have National Board Certification, three have been designated Georgia Master Teachers, and six administrators have been named High Performance Principals.
More than 92 percent of all school-age children in Muscogee County attend public schools.
All MCSD schools meet the requirements of the Georgia Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
All students have access to computers and the Internet, and a recent SPLOST will expand students’ opportunities to learn with technology. Internet access is in compliance with the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requirements. Professional learning programs help teachers integrate technology into the curriculum.
Several elementary and middle schools have adopted uniforms to promote teamwork, reduce peer pressure, and help students focus on learning.
- Multicultural Education
Our multicultural program teaches understanding, respect, and appreciation of cultural diversity.
- School Improvement Program
Each school develops and implements a plan to improve student achievement and facilitate professional learning.