Successful Start to New School Year


If a successful start to a new school year is measured by organization and readiness, Macon County Schools have passed the test.

School busses rolled and school bells rang on Thursday, August 10, 2017, which was the first day of the regular school year in Macon County.

Superintendent Dr. Jacqueline Brooks said, “The day went very well except for a glitch with the new online registration process.” She said administrators are working with the provider company to resolve the problems.

Macon County Schools is comprised of six traditional schools, Career Technical Center and the Success Center. The school system also provides virtual classes.

There are 2,162 students enrolled and Dr. Brooks said they entered the school buildings ready to learn.