Barrow County Alternative School 905 Mulberry Rd, Winder, GA30680 The Barrow County Alternative School is located on the same campus as the Barrow PLC. The School offers…More educational programs to students with moderate-to-severe mental or physical disabilities. The Alternative School helps these students get the needed academic credits to graduate from high school.
Winder-Barrow Middle School 163 King St, Winder, GA30680 One of four middle schools in Barrow County School System, Winder-Barrow enrolls more than 700 students living in the…More northeast portion of the county, and employs 55 faculty members. The school's principal is Dr. Jennifer Wood.
Winder-Barrow High School 272 N 5th Ave, Winder, GA30680 One of two high schools in the Barrow County School System, Winder-Barrow serves students living in the northern- and…More eastern-most portions of the county. Principal Al Darby oversees more than 1,600 students and 128 faculty members.
Barrow County Schools Transportation 266 Hal Jackson Rd, Winder, GA30680 The Barrow County Schools Transportation Department provides bus service for county students who live within the school…More district of the school they are attending, operating more than 100 buses covering more than 200 routes.
Barrow County Schools Professional Development Center and Centra 440 Atlanta Hwy NW, Winder, GA30680 The administrative offices for Barrow County Schools are housed in the system's Professional Development Center. In…More addition to centralized registration for local students, the facility also houses the uperintendent's office and the following departments: teaching and learning, special education, student services, human resources, business services, technology, school nutrition and facilities. Monthly meetings of the Barrow County Board of Education are held here.
Bramlett Elementary School 622 Freeman Brock Rd, Auburn, GA30011 Bramlett Elementary is one of eight elementary schools within the Barrow County School System; it is part of the…More Winder-Barrow High School cluster. The school serves students living in the northernmost portion of the county and is helmed by principal Cindy Probst, who oversees the more than 700 students who fill its hallways and the 60 faculty responsible for their education.