Moving Henry Forward founder Clayton Carte has long held the belief that Henry County’s public high schools provide the roots for the county’s closest communities. This section of our website is dedicated to those communities.

ClusterHS AreaHS EnrollmentCluster Enrollment
Dutchtown26.3 sq mi1,7404,974
Eagle’s Landing16.3 sq mi1,5073,917
Hampton43.4 sq mi1,2203,927
Locust Grove44.5 sq mi1,5113,826
Luella38.4 sq mi1,2083,204
McDonough17.4 sq mi1,1184,269
Ola49.7 sq mi1,7125,536
Stockbridge23.9 sq mi1,4545,274
Union Grove35.7 sq mi1,5214,618
Woodland32.1 sq mi1,4473,354

School enrollment figures are provided through the Georgia Department of Education as of October 2019.


The Dutchtown community is located in west Henry County. Home of the Bulldogs, notable roadways include Jonesboro Road, Mt Carmel Road, and Flippen Road.

Cluster Schools:
Dutchtown Elementary, Pate’s Creek Elementary, Red Oak Elementary, Dutchtown Middle, and Dutchtown High

Eagle’s Landing

Eagle’s Landing is the county’s smallest school district and contains the county’s medical district. Home of the Eagles, notable roadways include Eagles Landing Parkway, Rock Quarry Road, and Jodeco Road.

Cluster Schools:
Flippen Elementary, Oakland Elementary, Eagle’s Landing Middle, and Eagle’s Landing High


Hampton is the county’s most western municipality and the Hampton community covers a large area in southwest Henry County. Home of the Hornets, notable roadways include US Highway 19 / 41, State Route 81, and Old Highway 3.

Cluster Schools:
Hampton Elementary, Mt. Carmel Elementary, Rocky Creek Elementary, Hampton Middle, and Hampton High

Locust Grove

Locust Grove is Henry County’s most southern municipality and its school district covers the southeastern portion of the county. Home of the Wildcats, notable roadways include State Route 42, Old Jackson Road, and Peeksville Road.

Cluster Schools:
Locust Grove Elementary, New Hope Elementary*, Unity Grove Elementary, Locust Grove Middle, and Locust Grove High

New Hope Elementary is considered by Henry County Schools as part of the Ola cluster and its enrollment is counted within Ola. A significant portion of the attendance zone (70%) aligns with Locust Grove Middle and High.


The Luella community is in southern Henry County. Home of the Lions, notable roadways include State Route 155, Hampton-Locust Grove Road, and Bethlehem Road.

Cluster Schools:
Bethlehem Elementary, Luella Elementary, Luella Middle, and Luella High


McDonough serves as the county seat in central Henry County and its school district is one of the most compact areas. Home of the Warhawks, notable roadways include State Route 20, Jonesboro Road, and US Highway 23 / State Route 42.

Cluster Schools:
Tussahaw Elementary, Walnut Creek Elementary, Wesley Lakes Elementary, McDonough Middle, and McDonough High


The Ola community is the county’s largest school district and can be found in east Henry County. Home of the Mustangs, notable roadways include State Route 81, North Ola Road, and Keys Ferry Road.

Cluster Schools:
New Hope Elementary, Ola Elementary, Rock Spring Elementary, Ola Middle, and Ola High


Stockbridge is the county’s most northern municipality and the school community covers northwest Henry County. Home of the Tigers, notable roadways include State Route 138 / North Henry Blvd, East Atlanta Road, and Valley Hill Road.

Cluster Schools:
Austin Road Elementary, Cotton Indian Elementary, Fairview Elementary, Smith-Barnes Elementary, Stockbridge Elementary, Austin Road Middle, Stockbridge Middle, and Stockbridge High

Union Grove

The Union Grove community is in east Henry County. Home of the Wolverines, notable roadways include State Route 155, East Lake Parkway, and Campground Road.

Cluster Schools:
East Lake Elementary, Hickory Flat Elementary, Timber Ridge Elementary, Union Grove Middle, and Union Grove High


Woodland is located in the northeast corner of Henry County. Home of the Wolfpack, notable roadways include State Route 138, Hemphill Road, and Kelleytown Road.

Cluster Schools:
Pleasant Grove Elementary, Woodland Elementary, Woodland Middle, and Woodland High

Last updated on November 9, 2019