Webb Bridge Middle School's honors continue with its designation as a Blue Ribbon School in 2010, several Lighthouse…More designations and honors for Principal Elizabeth Fogartie.
The school focuses on the four A's: academics, the arts, athletics and altruism. Artwork decorates the halls and classrooms. School successes are an opportunity to share the good will; the school-wide celebrations of its national Blue Ribbon designation are a recent example.
The school may be the only North Fulton middle school with an outdoor amphitheater. According to a profile developed by Fogartie, the school is named for the nearby bridge spanning Big Creek. The bridge, in turn, was named for several Webb families who have lived in the area since the 1840s.
The School Box 7591 N Point Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA30022 Everything needed for the classroom except for the kids, The School Box offers school supplies for teachers. With a…More passion to help "Parents and Teachers Teach," The School Box provides furniture, games, m usic, homework helpers, classroom decorations, and much more. Founded in 1990 in Kennesaw, The School Box has 13 stores in Georgia and 2 in Tennessee.
The Goddard School 4875 Windward Pky, Alpharetta, GA30004 An National Association for Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accredited program, The Goddard School offers day care,…More preschool and before and after-school programs for infants to school-age children. The program includes pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs. For more information, you can visit the Web site or call the school to schedule a tour.
Cambridge High School 2845 Bethany Bnd, Milton, GA30004 Cambridge High School is a part of the Fulton County Schools district. The school has a vision and a mission for its…More students. While no uniforms are used, a dress code is in place and requires students to be neat and clean and wear clothes that are in good taste. Cambridge High School offers the usual classes, such as science, math, English and the arts, like ceramics.
Alpharetta Elementary School 192 Mayfield Rd, Alpharetta, GA30009 The oldest elementary school in north Fulton County, the school celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006. It houses…More students in grades kindergarten to 5th grade. The school mascot, Alphie the Eagle, helps students learn to be Ready, Respectful and Responsible. The elementary school is part of the Milton cluster. Graduating students move to Northwestern Middle, and then on to Milton High.
Consistently ranked among the top high schools in the state for academic performance, Milton High School was awarded…More the Blue Ribbon School status in 2008 by the Georgia Department of Education.
Student life has come a long way since the school's founding in 1921. The Milton campus is state of the art and would rival a small college with its amenities.
Milton Center Theater 86 School Dr, Alpharetta, GA30009 Milton Center Theater is located in Independence High School. The theater hosts various plays that are open to the…More school children, as well as the general public.
Creek View Elementary School 3995 Webb Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA30005 Entering Creek View Elementary School, the first person encountered might be one of the many parent volunteers who help…More out during regular school hours. Volunteers must go to school for training, too, though classroom readers don't need the class. The PTA is actively involved at Creek View, helping with blood drives, fund raisers and other activities at the school. Like most of today's schools, Creek View is a single-story building, making all parts accessible. Standardized test scores for students continue to exceed national, state and county averages. In 2009-2010, it was the only elementary school to produce a Shakespeare performance. Nearby Alpharetta High provides students who serve as peer facilitators, mentors and tutors.