May 5, 2013 


Public and private K-12 schools

Bibb County

Bibb County School District: 484 Mulberry St., Macon, (478) 765-8711,

Central Fellowship Christian Academy: 8460 Hawkinsville Road, Macon, (478) 788-6909,

Bethany Jr. Academy: 2742 Millerfield Road, Macon, (478) 746-7499

Covenant Academy: 4652 Ayers Road, Macon, (478) 471-0285,

First Presbyterian Day School: 5671 Calvin Drive, Macon, (478) 477-6505,

Middle Georgia Christian School: 5859 Thomaston Road, Macon, (478) 757-9585,

Progressive Christian Academy: 151 Madison St., Macon, (478) 742-3134

St. Andrews Montessori School: 501 Bass Road, Macon, (478) 474-4465, standrewsmacon

St. Joseph’s Catholic School: 905 High St., Macon, (478) 742-0636,

St. Peter Claver Catholic School: 133 Ward St., Macon, (478) 743-3985,

Stratford Academy: 6010 Peake Road, Macon, (478)-477-8073,

Tattnall Square Academy: 111 Trojan Trail, Macon, (478) 477-6760,

Montessori of Macon: 436 Forest Hill Road, Macon, (478) 757-8927

Mount de Sales Academy: 851 Orange St., Macon, (478) 751-3240,

Wimbish Adventist School: 640 Wimbish Road, Macon, (478) 477-4600

Windsor Academy: 4150 Jones Road, Macon, (478) 781-1621,

Woodfield Academy: 4375 Rivoli Drive, Macon, (478) 477-9844,

Houston County

Houston County Board of Education: 1100 Main St., Perry, (478) 988-6200,

Christian Fellowship Academy: 621 Walnut St., Warner Robins, (478) 975-0806,

Christ School: 511 Russell Parkway, Warner Robins, (478) 923-2867,

Warner Robins Montessori Academy: 221 Everett Square, Warner Robins, (478) 923-6969

Sacred Heart Catholic School: 250 S. Davis Drive, Warner Robins, (478) 923-9668,

Spirit of Truth Mission School: 120 Maxwell Drive, Warner Robins, (478) 318-1954

Warner Robins Christian Academy: 2601 Watson Blvd., Warner Robins, (478) 922-1201,

The Westfield School: 2005 U.S. 41 South, Perry, (478) 987-0547,

Westside Christian Academy: 1101 Dunbar Road, Warner Robins, (478) 784-9153, westsidechristian

Peach County

Peach County Schools: 523 Vineville St., Fort Valley, (478) 825-5933,

Byron Christian Academy: 69 Burnett Road, Byron, (478) 956-3503

Twiggs County

Twiggs County Public Schools: 952 Main St., Jeffersonville, (478) 945-3127,

Twiggs Academy: 961 Hamlin Floyd Road, Jeffersonville, (478) 945-3175

Crawford County

Crawford County School District: 190 E. Crusselle St., Roberta, (478) 836-3131,

Jones County

Jones County School System: 125 Stewart Ave., Gray, (478) 986-3032,

Monroe County

Monroe County Schools: 25 Brooklyn Ave., Forsyth, (478) 994-2031,

Colleges, universities and technical colleges

Bibb County

Central Georgia Technical College: 3300 Macon Tech Drive, Macon, (478) 757-3400, Central Georgia Technical College is a two-year public commuter college serving students in Bibb, Baldwin, Crawford, Jones, Monroe, Putnam and Twiggs counties. It offers on-site and distance learning programs through its Macon campus, branch campuses and other means. It offers adult education, continuing education, and customized business and industry educational services. Among its programs of study are business technology, health technology, information technology, public services, technical, and trade and industrial programs.

Georgia College and State University (branch): 433 Cherry St., Suite B, Macon, (478) 752-4278. The Macon Center offers professional graduate programs for those already in the workforce wanting to further develop career prospects in business, education, health services, the public service and non-profit management.

Middle Georgia State College: 100 College Station Drive, Macon, (478) 471-2700, A four-year, residential, bachelor’s degree-awarding college serving nearly 9,000 students with campuses in Cochran, Dublin, Eastman, Macon and Warner Robins. The college also offers associate degrees and certificates. Among Middle Georgia State’s bachelor’s degree programs are biology, business, education, English, information technology, communications, nursing, psychology, public service and respiratory therapy. Middle Georgia State was created in January 2013 through the consolidation of the former Macon State College and Middle Georgia College.

Mercer University: 1400 Coleman Ave., Macon, (478) 301-2700, Founded in 1883. Through its Macon campus and campuses in numerous Georgia locations such as Atlanta and Savannah, Mercer University offers programs in fields such as liberal arts, business, engineering, education, medicine, law, pharmacy and theology.

Miller-Motte Technical College (branch): 175 Tom Hill Sr. Blvd., Macon, (478) 803-4800, In Macon, Miller-Motte offers courses in cosmetology, management, massage therapy, medical assistant training, medical billing and coding, medical laboratory assistant and medical laboratory technician.

University of Phoenix (branch): 6055 Lakeside Commons Drive, (478) 298-6140, Generally, University of Phoenix offers programs in arts and sciences, business management, criminal justice and security, education, human services, nursing and health care, psychology and technology. Not all subject areas are offered at all locations.

Virginia College: 1900 Eisenhower Parkway, Macon, (478) 803-4600, In Macon, Virginia College offers fast-track career training in areas such as business and office, health and medical, medical billing, medical office and cosmetology.

Wesleyan College: 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, (478) 477-1110, Chartered in 1836, Wesleyan is the nation’s oldest women’s college. Wesleyan offers women undergraduate degrees in 31 major and 26 minor academic programs. Among them are accounting, studio art, biology, business administration, economics, education, engineering, international business, mathematics, applied mathematical science, neuroscience, nursing, religious studies and women’s studies. Pre-professional programs also are offered as well as master of education and executive master of business administration graduate programs available to men and women.

Houston County

Fort Valley State University (branch): 151 Osigian Blvd., Warner Robins, (478) 971-3322

Georgia Military College (branch): 801 Duke Ave., Warner Robins, (478) 225-4978, GMC began offering classes at Robins Air Force Base in 1989 and now offers courses off base. Students may earn associate degrees in art and science in a variety of subjects. Among them are pre-nursing, business administration, information technology, sociology, psychology, history, mathematics and biology.

Macon Georgia State College (branch): 100 University Blvd., Warner Robins, (478) 929-6700,

Middle Georgia Technical College: 80 Cohen Walker Drive, Warner Robins, (478) 988-6800. MGTC provides programs leading toward certificates, diplomas and associate degrees. The Continuing Education Department offers courses designed to meet specific community-identified needs while the Economic Development Programs Department provides specialized training and quick start training. Among MGTC’s academic programs are business and technology, health care and human services, industrial technology and public services.

Peach County

Fort Valley State University: 1005 State University Drive, Fort Valley, (478) 825-6211, FVSU offers its more than 3,000 students educational opportunities through its colleges of agriculture, family sciences and technology, arts and sciences, education, graduate studies and extended education and other programs. Among FVSU’s accredited degree programs are teacher education degree programs, veterinary technology program, family and consumer sciences program, didactic program in dietetics, child development programs, rehabilitation counseling and case management programs.

Twiggs County

Central Georgia Technical College (branch): 952 Main St., Jeffersonville, (478) 945-6951,

Crawford County

Central Georgia Technical College (branch): 640 Ga. 128, Roberta, (478) 836-6024,

Jones County

Central Georgia Technical College (branch): 1415 Ga. 22 East, Haddock, (478) 932-5076,

Central Georgia Technical College (branch): 161 W. Clinton St., Gray, (478) 986-4370,

Monroe County

Central Georgia Technical College (branch): 433 U.S. 41 South, Forsyth, (478) 992-2717,

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