About Georgian Forest ES
Georgian Forest History
Georgian Forest Elementary School was originally opened in the Fall of 1961. In 1961 Georgian Forest opened beyond its projected enrollment. Classes were held at Glenmont Methodist Church, in the main office, and occasionally, even in closets! In 1981 Georgian Forest was targeted for closure but strong community opposition prevented its doors from being closed permanently. During the 1980's, there was discussion about renovations but several delays occured. In 1992 Georgian Forest was finally approved for renovation. In the summer of 1994, school doors were temporarily closed as we were relocated to Northwood Center during our one year renovation. In September of 1995, Georgian Forest reopened as a Global Access School! And on June 9, 1996, Georgian Forest Elementary School was rededicated. In the summer of 2013, the building went through more changes as a whole new wing was added. Today Georgian Forest serves students in grades Pre-K through 5.
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