Office Hours: 8:30am - 4:30pm 

K-5 Campus:

Phone: 706-823-6928

Fax: 706-823-4372

6-8 Campus:

Phone: 706-823-6960

Fax: 706-823-6963


9:15am - 4:15pm


Mrs. Tonethia Beasley

Assistant Principal:

Mrs. Amanda Darville

Mr. Ronald Johnson

       School Mission

Empower through Knowledge

       School Vision

To become a  90 - 90 - 90


Daily Announcements

Fourth and fifth grade students in the Hornsby Math Club participated in the 17th Annual Elementary Math Competition held at the Kroc Center on Friday, March 14, 2014. Ms. Cofer and Ms. Young are the advisors.

Mayor Deke Copenhaver takes a look at Hornsby's community garden during his recent visit for National Nutrition Month.

Hornsby Middle School students share their love of reading with elementary students on Read Across America Day. Students in grades 6th -8th went to the classroom reading Dr Seuss stories and other classic stories.

Ms. Patrician Huff  was the Black History speaker for the Kindergarten Department. She enlightened the students about the rich history of African Americans and the many inventions they contributed to society. Ms. Huff stated that we all should know our heritage.


Rev. Dr. Chris Lowe, Sr. was the Black History speaker for the Kindergarten Department. Dr. Lowe gave a dramatic presentation of Moments in Black History. He charged the students to be "history makers". Think about it.

Congratulations to  Mrs. Steed
Teacher of the Year

Mayor Deke Copenhaver and his assistant Al Dallas visited Hornsby, Monday, October 14, 2013 in celebration of National School Lunch Week.
Mayor Copenhaver visits Hornsby_0001.wmv
 "Let's Move". Students and faculty dressed in pink and white line danced for National School Lunch Week.
National School Lunch Week.docx
FBLA Announcement.docx
Complaint Procedures under the No Child Left Behind Act
Complaint Procedures under the No Child Left Behind Act (4).doc
Richmond County Flexible Learning Program FY2012
Richmond County Flexible Learning Program FY2012 webpage.docx
 "Right to Know" & "Priority School Status" Letter
Right to Know & Priority School Status .pdf
Title I Schoolwide Improvement Plan 2013-2014
SWP - SIP Planning FY14.doc



School Colors - Black and Gold


 J ust believe in yourself

A ccept responsilbility

G enerate goals for success

U tilize time wisely

A chieve academic excellence

R espect self and others

S tay focused


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RCSS Connections

A Parent Guide to Destination Math and A Parent Guide to Destination Reading are available to give insight on using the Houghton Mifflin website. The web address is

Upcoming Events

Friday, May 2
School Lunch Hero Day

Mon, May 5 - Fri, May 9
School Nutrition Appreciation Week
Tuesday, May 13
Tuesday, May 20
Thursday, May 22
Last Day of School (Grades 9~12)


Today, 4/24/2014
High: 83 Low: 61
Mostly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/25/2014
High: 85 Low: 57
Slight chance thunderstorms
17% chance of precipitation.