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Macon County High School
Geography of the United States
Macon County High School is located in Macon County, Georgia. It recently has around 450 students attending the small campus.
Macon County High School was established in the late 1950s in Montezuma, Georgia as a white school. The black school was located across town, and was known as D.F Douglass High School. Although the years of segregation had ended, D. F. Douglass still remained open and predominately black. In the later 1990s early 2000, D.F. Douglass was closed and students were sent to Macon County High School. The first principal of Macon County High School was Carl S. Peaster, and the Principal now is Mr. Rickey Edmond.
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