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High School Ground Breaking

Lake Oconee Academy (LOA) students, families, teachers, administration, board members, and friends celebrated the start of the construction of the new high school campus with a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, November 16, 2017, followed by the annual Titan Bash school-wide event. The high school expansion project features two new buildings that will include seventeen classrooms with two science labs, and a student life center with a cafeteria and a gymnasium.

High School Ground Breaking

The Lake Oconee Academy (LOA) Foundation, Inc. has met all general conditions for approval from the United Sates Department of Agriculture (USDA) Community Facilities Direct Loan Program for a direct loan to finance the $18 million expansion of the LOA high school campus. The USDA program provides affordable funding to develop essential community facilities in rural areas.

2017 Georgia National Fair art competition

Lake Oconee Academy submitted 35 entries to the student art competition at the 2017 Georgia National Fair in Perry, Ga., and 16 of those entries were awarded ribbons.

Frequently Asked Questions
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A charter school is a public school that is operating under the terms of a “charter” or contract. In Georgia, a startup or locally approved charter school such as LOA has a charter that is approved by three parties - the GA State Board of Education, the local school district, and the board of the charter petitioner or applicant. A charter school is an independent public school that operates autonomously from the district board of education. It is typically under the direction of a CEO or dean that oversees all grades.
LOA is a locally-approved charter school. In 2007, the charter was approved by the Greene County Board of Education, the Georgia State Board of Education, and the LOA Board of Governors. In March of 2016, the LOA charter contract was renewed for eight more years.
You must be a Greene County resident to enroll in LOA. An application is required for the enrollment process. There are certain limited state law exceptions to that rule. There are no other requirements.
LOA is funded like every school in Greene County from State and Local funds directed to the Greene County School System for the education of its students. The students at LOA are part of the Greene County School System.
LOA will enroll approximately 815 students in 2016-17, making LOA the largest school in Greene County.
What's Happening at LOA
(a look at future events)
13 Dec
Band Christmas Concert

Band Christmas Concert

Dec 13 2017 - 6:00pm

Band Students Uniform is Dressy Black. All Black
Report time for students is 5:00pm
Concert starts at 6:00pm

14 Dec
Midterm Exam Schedule- Upper School (6-12)

Midterm Exam Schedule- Upper School (6-12)

Dec 14 2017 (All day)

Midterm Exam Schedule:
December 14th (Gold) - 1st and 3rd Blocks
December 15th (Blue) - 1st and 3rd Blocks
December 18th (Blue ) - 2nd and 4th Blocks
December 19th (Gold) - 2nd and 4th Blocks

15 Dec
5th Grade Science Fair

5th Grade Science Fair

Dec 15 2017 - 8:00am
Building 200
18 Dec
Gift Wrap Service - Senior Class Fundraiser

Gift Wrap Service - Senior Class Fundraiser

Dec 18 2017 - 3:00pm
500 building (upper school)

Senior SGA will be offering a Gift Wrap Service in order to help with the cost of the school sponsored Senior Trip to GradBash at Universal Studios this spring. If you would like to partake in our services and help fund the Senior Class Trip you will have two options:

You may either drop off your presents at Mrs. Kerry’s desk on Monday, December 11 - Friday, December 16 along with the form (that will be following your sign up). You will need to print and fill out the form to specify your name, desired wrapping style, each present you are dropping off, etc. This will help us to keep track of and properly prepare your presents.


You may chose to come either Monday, December 18 or Tuesday, December 19 after school from 3:00 to 5:00 to pick out your desired materials and wait for the present to be wrapped.

Pricing for each present will range from $3 - $7 per present depending on size.

Small Items - $3 - Examples: Books, Watch, iPod, Jewelry, etc.

Medium Items - $5 - Examples: Shirt Boxes, Board Games, Shoes, etc.

Large Items - $7 - Examples: Coffee Makers, TV, Bedding Set, etc.

For Large Orders, discounted pricing will be available. Also, all gifts will be secured in Mrs. Chamberlain's room and you will be contacted for pickup once your order is complete.

Once again, this event begins Monday, December 11 for drop off and will last until Friday, December 16. In person wrapping is on Monday, December 18 and Tuesday, December 19 from 3:00 to 5:00.

For more information, please contact Lindsey Chamberlain.

19 Dec
2nd Grade Recorder Concert

2nd Grade Recorder Concert

Dec 19 2017 - 7:45am

The 2nd grade recorder concert will be Tuesday, December 19, from 7:45 until 8:30 a.m. in the gym.

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Lake Oconee Academy
1021 Titan Circle
Greensboro, GA 30642

706 454-1562
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