Johnson High School, Gainesville, United States

Robert Wood Johnson High School is a public high school located in Gainesville, Georgia, United States, operated by the Hall County School District. The school serves 1,150 students in grades 9 to 12.About JohnsonRobert Wood Johnson High School was built in 1972 by the Hall County Board of Education under the direction of Superintendent Dean Myers. The school is named after the Johnson & Johnson Corporation's founder; the corporation owned a large piece of land in South Hall County and gave a small piece to the Board of Education as long as they in turn would name the school Robert Wood Johnson High School. The school at one time was called Robert Wood Johnson Memorial Comprehensive High School.Johnson High School added a vocational wing in 1973.In 1982 the Frank J. Knight Center was dedicated. This is home to many PE classes, basketball, volleyball, and school assemblies.In 1990 a stadium was built for football and soccer. Nicknamed "The Dungeon," the official name of the facility is "Billy Ellis Memorial Stadium," after a former principal who died of cancer.In 1996, a Performing Arts Center was built between the main building and the Frank J. Knight Center. This building is home to drama classes and chorus and band performances, and is referred to as the PAC.AdministrationStan Lewis: PrincipalTim Rogers: Assistant PrincipalMatt Stowers: Athletic DirectorCathryn Sawyer: Curriculum & InstructionFeeder schoolsSouth Hall Middle SchoolChestnut Mountain Elementary SchoolChicopee Woods Elementary SchoolLyman Hall Elementary SchoolJones Elementary SchoolMartin Elementary SchoolTadmore Elementary SchoolSugar Hill Elementary SchoolMyers Elementary School 3305 Poplar Springs Rd 30507 Gainesville United States Call: (770) 536-2394
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Johnson High School, Gainesville, United States

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Found: 16.07.2015


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