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In Everything We Do, 

We Go For Gold.

A bold promise- we know. Since 1886, we've shown our students how to work hard to reach their goals. It takes character and courage. Most important, it means working together as one community. That's why all of our schools- elementary, upper elementary, middle school and high school- share the same 130-acre campus. We are Trojans. Watch what we can do.


Our Vision

The Carrollton City Schools and community nurture and empower individuals to be life-long learners who take personal responsibility for improving our world.

Our Mission

The Carrollton City Schools will meet or exceed the expectations of the people we serve by providing:

  • a plan for developing and supporting school and community partnerships
  • a safe, healthy environment for students, teachers and staff
  • the best prepared teachers, administrators and staff
  • a challenging curriculum and learning opportunities
  • the highest quality instructional resources and tools
  • a plan of continuous improvement


System Profile


The Carrollton City School System is one of only 21 city school districts in Georgia – and one of the oldest. Established in 1886, the district enjoys a rich tradition of excellence while embracing innovation and change to provide the best opportunities for all students – setting and maintaining the gold standard in education.

The 2020-2021 school year ended with an enrollment approaching the 5,700 mark. Below is a statistical breakdown of the system.




  • Grades: Pre-K to 12
  • Enrollment: 5,669
  • Graduation Rate: 92%
  • Demographics:
  • White: 39.0%
  • Black: 32%
  • Hispanic: 21%
  • Multi-Racial: 5%
  • Asian: 2%
  • Free Reduced Lunch: 46%
  • Students with Disabilities: 12%
  • Students receiving Gifted Services: 12%
  • Out of District Students: 27%
  • Total # of Teachers: 319
  • Teachers with Advanced Degrees: 75% (263 with Masters or higher)
  • Average years of teaching: 14
  • Student Teacher Ratio: 6:1
  • FY22 Budget: $47,372,311

Note: A historical perspective of the demographic information above is also available on the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement website.