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Welcome to Camden County Schools

Located on the southernmost coast of Georgia, Camden County Schools is on a mission to motivate, inspire and challenge our students every day. Our school system serves the diverse needs of over 9,000 students between our nine elementary schools, two middle schools and one comprehensive high school with a 9th Grade Center.

New STEM Partnership


National Education Nonprofit, DoD STEM Launch College Readiness Program at Military-Connected Camden County High School

A two-year College Readiness Program from the National Math and Science Initiative is launching at Camden County High School a military-connected school near Naval Submarine Base Kingsbay. The U.S. Department of Defense funds the program.

After one year in NMSI's CRP, students at military-impacted schools average a 45 percent increase in mastery of college-level concepts in math and science — compared to the national average increase of 5.6 percent. That increase is 81.5 percent for Black students, 34 percent for Latinos and 38.4 percent for females.

Students with family members serving in the military move an average of six to nine times while they're in elementary and secondary school. NMSI's CRP leverages the College Board's proven Advanced Placement framework, preserving local control and creating consistent learning across all schools. That means students are on pace from their first day in a new school - making all those moves a little easier.

To learn more about this exciting opportunity for Camden County High School students, click here to read the full media release.

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Camden County Schools has participated in the Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports (PBIS) framework since 2015.
PBIS is an evidenced-based approach designed to reduce discipline incidents, increase a school’s sense of safety and improve academic outcomes.

Since the program’s beginning, there has been a reduction in major disciplinary infractions and assignments to the Ombudsman Alternative Program. As a result, students remain in school, receive instruction, and experience academic and behavioral growth.

The PBIS District Coordinator, Denise Cato explains that “The Camden County School System focuses on the whole child. The aim is not only to foster academic growth, but to build behavioral, social-emotional and physical wholeness along with English proficiency. We understand that behaviors must be appropriate for teachers to be able to teach.”

The Okefenokee RESA recognized the faculty and staff at Camden County Schools for the success achieved through the PBIS implementation. Students are rewarded for demonstrating school expectations. Staff are also recognized for implementing the program with fidelity.

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Central Administrative Office
311 South East Street
Kingsland, GA 31548

8 AM - 4:30 PM

School Hours

Elementary Schools
8:30 AM-3:30 PM

Middle Schools
7:40 AM-2:40 PM

High School
7:25 AM-2:25 PM

Face Covering Requirements
Effective August 17, 2020 and until further notice, the mandatory face covering requirement will be in effect for all students, staff, and visitors in all of our schools and buildings.

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