"We will educate every child for success in life."
Rabun County Board of Education plans to rollback the millage rate this year. This is the 8th consecutive year that the Board of Education has not increased taxes for the school system. What does this mean for my tax bill? The tax reassessments that were sent out earlier this year based the taxes on last year’s millage rate of 9.072. When tax bills are issued the rate will drop to 8.375 reducing the school tax for this year. Rabun County Schools has the 3rd lowest millage rate in the State of Georgia. Click for more information.
USDA Waivers allowing students to eat school meals at no cost expired on June 30, 2022. While breakfast will remain free for all Rabun County students, students must pay for lunch in the upcoming school year if you do not qualify for free/reduced meals. Primary/Elementary lunch is $2.25 and Middle/High is $2.50. Use the QR code above or go to www.ezmealapp.com to apply for free or reduced meals. Click for more information.
Where are they Now?
Mrs. Kay Darnell graduated from Rabun County High School in 1965. Although she thoroughly enjoyed her time at Rabun County High School, she was excited to graduate and pursue a college degree. After graduation, she attended the Women’s College of GA in Milledgeville, GA, now known as GA College and State University in Milledgeville.