The mission of Oconee County Schools is to provide a safe and challenging learning environment that inspires all students to capture their dreams.
At its regular session on April 21, the Oconee County Board of Education approved the recommendation of Superintendent Jason Branch to revise the 2014-15 school district calendar. The revision eliminates two furlough days and returns OCS to a full 180-day school year.
In this update Dr. Branch salutes two of the most challenging high schools in America. An edited version of his column was published in The Oconee Enterprise.
Please click on the link below to review a request for proposals issued by the OCS Office of Operations and Student Services.
Vision: Oconee County Schools will be a nationally-recognized leader in academic achievement by ensuring all students receive rigorous, balanced education that will enable them to compete in and contribute to a global society.
Motto: Committed to Student Success