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Columbus District and Curriculum

Columbus School District is part of the Muscogee School System and adheres to the core curriculum issued by the Muscogee Board of Education. Core Curriculum Areas are English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. The Columbus School Districts Science program is a cutting edge endeavor. The schools are using Inquiry based learning and New Generation Science Standards that incorporate Engineering and Technology into the basic natural sciences such as Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Earth Science. The school district is made up of 33,000 students who attend the 64 schools and alternative education centers.

We currently cover the following Columbus-area school districts: Muscogee County School District.

Schools in Columbus include:

Britt David Elementary Computer Magnet Academy is located on 5801 Armour Road Columbus, GA 31909, Britt David Elementary Computer Magnet Academy covers grades K-5 and can be contacted at 706-748-2617.  Britt David Elementary Computer Magnet Academy is a magnet school for technology. The school offers an accelerated academic program that integrates technology to help support student learning. In 2012, the school was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. In addition to a strong academic program, students also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of extra-curricular clubs and activities including Robotics Team, Science and Math Olympiad, LEGO Cub, and Drama Production Cast and Crew. Like other students in the state of Georgia, students at Britt David Elementary Computer Magnet Academy also take courses in Mathematics, English Language Arts, Science and Social Studies. From grade 3 to high school, students are required to take the Georgia Milestones Assessment. This assessment covers both English Language Arts and Mathematics. Students in grade 5 and 8 are also assessed in Science and Social Studies. The Georgia Milestones Assessment is designed to measure how well students have learned the content described in the Georgia Standards of Excellence. For more information on the standardized test help SchoolTutoring Academy offers, please contact us.

Blackmon Road Middle School is located on 7251 Blackmon Rd Columbus, GA 31909, Blackmon Road Middle School covers grades 6-8 and can be contacted at 706-565-2998. The focus of Blackmon Road Middle School is Academic Achievement and Student Involvement. Students at the school can take advanced high school courses in math, physical science and Spanish during 8th grade. In addition to a strong academic program, students can also participate in the school’s fine arts program, which includes drama, choir, orchestra, band and guitar. When it comes to extracurricular activities, students can also participate in the school’s numerous clubs/activities such as Art Club, Drama, Club, Science Olympiad and more. In middle school, students take classes in Language Arts and Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and a variety of different connections such as Orchestra, Physical Education, Drama and Art. Mathematics courses offered at the school include a standard academic track, Advanced Math, Honors Compacted Math, GSE Coordinate Algebra and Accelerated GSE Coordinate Algebra I / Analytic Geometry A. In social studies, 6th and 7th graders focus on world geography, and 8th graders focus on studies in the state of Georgia. To learn more about the Mathematics and Social Studies tutoring SchoolTutoring Academy offers, please contact us.

Columbus High School is located on 1700 Cherokee Ave Columbus, GA 31906, Columbus High School covers grades 9-12 and can be contacted at 706-748-2534. Columbus High School is a magnet school for the liberal arts. The school originally opened in 1890 and had an enrollment of 1267 students in the 2016-2017 school year. U.S. News and World Report ranked the school as third in the state of Georgia, 105th in the United States, and 21st among magnet schools in the country. In addition to standard level courses, students also have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement (AP) level course. Taking AP level courses allows students to take college level courses while in high school. At the end of the school year, students in AP classes take AP exams. Depending on their scores in these exams, they could be eligible for college credit. The majority of postsecondary college and universities also recognize AP courses in the admissions process. In order for students to enter the magnet program, they must have an average of 82 or higher in their grade 8 courses, have recommendations from teachers, take entrance exams, and also maintain a “C” average in each academic course. Each year, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are required to complete 20 hours of community service with a local non-profit organization. Instead of required community service seniors work on a Senior Project or AP Research Project. After attending high school, many students make the decision to attend a post secondary institution to continue their education. As part of the application process, many students take the SAT and ACT tests. To help with this, SchoolTutoring Academy offers SAT and ACT test preparation tutoring sessions. For more information, please contact us.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Columbus District Curriculum

The English/Language Arts program is centered on Reading Literacy, Writing Speaking, and Listening skills across all grade levels. Mathematics in Elementary School focuses on understanding numbers, learning measurements and data interpretation, and basic geometry. This continues into Middle School were the concepts become ingrained into the students understanding and they develop an intense understanding of Algebra, Geometry, Probability, and Statistics.

Once in high school they continue developing these skills and learn new ways in which to apply this knowledge. The Social Studies curriculum begins with understanding Georgia History in Elementary School. Then students advance to learning about critical concepts in Geography, History, and Political Science through Middle and High School.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Columbus Educational News

  • Drafting and Design Teacher Receives Award - The Drafting teacher at Jordan High School could not be more pleased. This year he was the recipient of the Architectural Drafting and Design Teacher of the Year Award. Mr. Graham was given this award by the Construction Education Foundation of Georgia.
  • Healthy Meals Implemented - Columbus Schools are making big changes in their school meal program. Goodbye unhealthy breakfast and lunch options and hello healthy new foods. All meals served will meet USDA guidelines and the guidelines of the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act. Changes include more fresh fruits and vegetables, more whole grain foods and NO trans fats. The meals will continually improve over the next three years.
  • Congratulations Blue Devils - Congratulation goes to the Columbus Highs Blue Devils Baseball team. This year they won their Twelfth State Championship. The Blue Devils finished the year with a 33-4 record and took home the Championship by defeating the Tigers.

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About Columbus, Georgia

The city of Columbus is classified as a Consolidated city-county. It is located on the west central border of the state of Georgia on the Chattahoochee River in Muscogee County. Nicknames for the city of Columbus include “The Fountain City” due to the numerous fountains that were installed in the city during the early 20th century, and the city’s motto is “We do Amazing”. Columbus is known for being the birthplace of Coca Cola and the home of Columbus State University. Historically, the city was established in 1828 as a trading post named after Christopher Columbus. During the 19th century, Columbus became a significant industrial center of the South due to its bustling textile industry. Later, a training camp for soldiers called Camp Benning was established near the city. This camp would later evolve in the current Fort Benning.

Today, Columbus is known for being the home of numerous museums and tourist sites, including the National Infantry Museum. Other attractions dedicated to military history include The Port Columbus Civil War Naval Museum. Visitors will also enjoy the Coca-Cola Space Science Center and Little Whitehouse, which was built by President President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932 while he was governor of New York.

In 2017, the population of Columbus was 194,058, making it the third most populated city in the state of Georgia. 24.9% of the population was under 18, 27.1% of the population was between 18-34, 24.4% was 35-54, 11.4% was 55-64 and 12.2% was over the age of 65. The median household income in the city was $43,329 in 2017.

National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center

The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center opened in 2009 and showcases the history of the United States Army infantryman from the American Revolution to Afghanistan. The museum has been voted by USA Today’s as the Best Free Museum and the museum’s collection includes artifacts from all eras of American History, such as soil taken from every major battle the United States has ever fought in, and also interactive multimedia exhibits.  The galleries housed in the museum document the involvement of infantry in conflicts since the birth of the United States. One of the main galleries in the museum is “The Last 100 Yards”, where visitors can journey through more than 240 years of infantry history. Additionally, the museum includes a 155 acre campus with a ¾ scale replica of the Vietnam Wall and a memorial to the Global War on Terrorism, with the names of all those killed in the conflict since 9/11, and a beam that was salvaged from the collapsed World Trade Center. The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center also contains a Giant Screen Theatre, Combat Simulators, Soldier Store and Restaurant.

Chattahoochee RiverWalk

The Chattahoochee RiverWalk is 15 miles long from the Lake Oliver City Marina South to the National Infantry Museum and follows the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Visitors can navigate the River walk by foot or bike, and along the way view the cityscape, historic monuments and markers, and also view the river and native wildlife. Geocaching is also a popular activity on the Riverwalk, as there are 31 challenging geocaches with collector game pieces. Another popular activity to do on the Chattahoochee RiverWalk is white water rafting on the longest urban whitewater course in the world.

Columbus Museum

The Columbus Museum serves as an American Art and Regional History Museum. It is the second largest general museum in Georgia, and contains a diverse collection of artifacts and artworks. The museum’s total collection contains more than 14,000 artifacts that tell the story of the development of the Chattahoochee River area, including clothing, books, and furnishings. The museum’s art collection includes paintings and sculptures from American Artists. In addition to these permanent exhibits, the museum also schedules temporary exhibits on things from 19th century cut glass, to photography. Younger visitors will enjoy the museum’s hands-on gallery, and visitors interested in plants will enjoy the historic Bradley Olmsted Garden. Additionally, the museum also features a range of events and educational programming for people of all ages. Admission to the Columbus Museum is free

Interesting Facts

  • Sister cities to Columbus, Georgia include Zugdidi in Geogria, Kiryu in Japan, Bistrita in Romania, and Taichung in Taiwan.
  • The Chattahoochee River is the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world. At the end of the course, you’ll end up in the heart of the entertainment district.
  • The major indoor shopping mall in Columbus is the Peachtree Mall.
  • During the Civil War, the city was the second largest manufacturer of supplies for the Confederate Army.

Chalk Talk: Impact of Technology

Technology is present in every aspect of our lives. From the moment we wake each day we are surrounded by it. Our children will spend more time using technology than they will play outside. In many English classes teachers are facing a new and frightening problem. Students are losing the ability to write. They have computers and cell phones that correct words for them. They use text abbreviations in place of spelling words. Some argue that learning to write properly is an antiquated practice that is out of place in today's world of technology. What will be losing if we stop teaching children to write clearly and intelligently? We will be limiting our children. They will not be prepared for real world challenges. There are times where writing in an intelligent manner is still needed. It will always have a place we must not let technology take away our written language. Should be stop using technology of course not. However, parents need to place importance on writing and demonstrate that skill to their child.

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