About Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools
The Galesburg-Augusta School district was founded in 1951 when residents in 2 neighboring communities consolidated into one district to build a high school for their children. The District has grown to serve 1,200 students and annually gains 20-30 new students.
The staff at Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools, in partnership with the home and community, is committed to teach each student the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be a productive and ethical citizen. In Galesburg-Augusta, our Board of Education leads the way in making every decision based on "what’s best for kids."
Proof of our commitment to academic excellence can be found in the resources and programs available to students and their families. Highlights include:
- Grade school configurations: Pre-K, K-3rd elementary school; 4-7th middle school and 8-12th high school.
- Gifted and talented highly qualified teachers, counselors, social workers, psychologists, resource room teachers, special education teachers, math support, reading specialists
- Cutting edge technology integrated across the curriculum
- Comprehensive media centers, K-12
- Second Language programs
- Alternative education for high school students
- Wide range of exploratory classes and electives in band, drama, foreign languages, science, math, technology, art, life skills, and communications for grades 5-12
- Environmental education program for fifth and sixth grades
Please contact one of our schools for more information.