Pre-K, first and second grade students attend Cartersville Primary School, which has 96 professional staff members,…More of which 76 percent hold advanced degrees with 16 average years of experience.
The school offers art, music, physical education and a computer lab in addition to core education, a gifted program and special education.
Ombudsman Educational Services 134 Market Sq, Cartersville, GA30120 Cartersville's Ombudsman, located in the Market Square shopping center, is an alternative school contracted by…More Cartersville Schools. It offers middle- and high school programs to those at risk of dropping out due to a variety of factors.
Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce 122 W Main St, Cartersville, GA30120 The Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce promotes local businesses, offers educational opportunities and hosts…More community events. Members and locals can attend government affairs, youth leadership programs, business showcases, work ready committees and non-profit executive round tables.
Educating 6th- through 8th-grade students, Cartersville Middle School offers athletics, clubs and other…More extracurricular activities such as band, chorus and Spanish classes; keyboarding, technology, art and personal skills; and a variety of sports.
With more than 16 average years of experience, 63 percent of Cartersville Middle teachers hold advanced degrees.
Areas of study include language arts, reading, math, science and social studies.
The Cartersville Fire Department responds to fires, automobile crashes and other emergencies in the surrounding…More communities. It also conducts fire prevention and suppression education sessions for citizens of Cartersville.
Sometimes, these efforts take specialized forms, such as clown and puppet shows for local elementary schools, and station tours. Fire Explorers is the agency's development program for older children.
The department also conducts adult fire prevention education, including fire extinguisher classes, and inspects residences and businesses.
The location on Erwin Street is one of three stations operated by the department and serves as headquarters.
Kids Kingdom 2057 Joe Frank Harris Pky NW, Cartersville, GA30120 Kids Kingdom is a daycare center located on the north end of Cartersville off of Highway 41. An experienced and…More well-trained staff provide a safe and educational environment for each and every child. Kids Kingdom provides arts and crafts, a clean and exciting playground and educational games. Prospective clients are urged to visit the center what it has to offer.
Etowah Valley Obstetrics and Gynecology 150 Gentilly Blvd, Cartersville, GA30120 Providing women with specific medical attention, Etowah specializes in obstetrics and gynecology. Areas of practice…More include infertility, surgical gynecology, reproductive endocrinology, postnatal education and midwifery.
H. Boyd Pettit III 100 W Cherokee Ave, Cartersville, GA30120 H. Boyd Pettit III is an attorney who specializes in local government and education law. Mr. Pettit is a graduate of the…More Woodrow Wilson College of Law.
Shel Sharpe, M.D. 106 Forrest Ave, Cartersville, GA30120 Specializing in the mental state of juveniles, Dr. Shel Sharpe provides child psychiatry services. Areas of expertise…More include physical abuse, ADD, education issues and mental abuse.
Bartow County Farmers Market 320 W Cherokee Ave, Cartersville, GA30120 Bartow County Farmers Market offers agricultural education programs. The market hosts lectures, events, workshops and…More other activities.
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor Chuck Simpson 135 E Felton Rd, Cartersville, GA30120 Edward Jones offers investments strategies and services. It offers assistance in saving for retirement, planning for…More education expenses and insurance to protect your family.
Bartow County Schools 65 Gilreath Rd NW, Cartersville, GA30121 With 21 schools in the system, Bartow County Schools is the 25th largest school district in Georgia and educates more…More than 14,000 students. Facilities include 12 elementary, four middle and three high schools, and Stars Pre-School, all of the which are in Cartersville and other Bartow County cities. The system is the largest employer in the county with about 2,000 employees and has a yearly $122-million budget. The district's Exceptional Students Department, which oversees the inclusion of disabled students, is located adjacent to the district office at 67 Gilreath Road in Cartersville.
One of two facilities for seniors in Cartersville, Bartow County Senior Center offers arts and crafts, exercise,…More including aerobics, walking track, golf, ping-pong and shuffleboard, and recreational activities, such as board and card games, ballroom and line dancing, bowling, horseshoes and thrift shopping.
The center also offers seminars, educational speakers, trips (day, over night and extended), thrift shopping, coffee, breakfast and supper groups, scrap booking and more.
One of more than 100 locations in Georgia, Liberty Tax Service in Cartersville prepares income tax return filings and…More offers free educational seminars for those who want to learn more about taxes.
The family-friendly office is owned and operated by a retired CPA and staff of tax professionals. Liberty employs trained preparers to maximize customers' refunds or minimize their tax liabilities. It also offers a 100 percent refund to customers not completely satisfied for any reason.
Students Transitioning Academically, Responsibly and Socially provides pre-school education through the Bartow County…More Board of Education. It is a state-funded program.
In addition to six pre-K classes with 20 children each, six special needs classes each accommodate 12 students.
The facility also houses theNorthwest Georgia Education Program, a therapeutic school for students with severe emotional or behavioral disorders and autism. It provides pre-K, elementary, middle and high school classes, counseling, family support groups and behavioral intervention and social skills training.
The operation, a program of Northwest Georgia RESA, serves both Bartow County and city of Cartersville schools.
The Association for Relaxed Christian Educators is a non-profit, Christian organization dedicated to fostering a more…More familial approach to home education. ARCHERS for the Lord founder Mary Hood runs various program and workshops held in Kennesaw, Cartersville and the surrounding area. Each aims to ameliorate the possible stress other home educators may experience as a result of adhering to institutional guidelines. This locally-run organization emphasizes the home aspect of home schooling.
Among its various programs, ARCHERS for the Lord offers a home-school drama camp for children ages 10 through 14. Workshops cover various genres and other aspects of stage production, including improvisation, miming, stage-makeup application and audition preparation.