MIDDLE SCHOOL GaBEST

GeorgiaBEST Middle School is designed to introduce students to the soft skills needed to be successful in the classroom and in the workplace, and is aligned with standards addressed in the GeorgiaBEST high school program. However, it also stresses career exploration and goes hand-in-hand with the State Department of Education’s career pathways, which requires students to choose a pathway of study prior to entering high school.

This certification will serve as validation to teachers and future employers that these students have successfully displayed strong work habits that will foster success in higher education and in the workplace, and have an understanding of the different career pathways of study. This will also help prepare students for the transition to high school.

Check out the 230 Middle School students that earned their GeorgiaBEST certification last year! Read more>

Teachers

Teachers, once  you click on the right for lessons you must sign in with your Hall County email address on Google. Make sure that you are not using your personal gmail account (click on user in top right corner. "Add Account" to login with Hall County.) Do not request permission to access the site. You must email deana.harper@hallco.org from your Hall County email. 

Benefits to the Students:

  • Be recognized as a Georgia BEST student in their class.

  • Become aware of work ethic components

  • Develop a sense of awareness of the importance of being prepared for the demands of the 21st century workforce and higher education.

  • Utilize the certificate to their advantage on résumés, college applications and at job interviews

Standards for Middle School:

  1. Discipline and Character

  2. Attendance and Punctuality

  3. Productivity and Academic Performance

  4. Communication Skills

  5. Attitude and Respect

  6. Teamwork

  7. Time Management

  8. Responsibility and Organization

  9. Decision Making and Problem Solving

  10. Ethics and Etiquette

  11. Professional Image

  12. Social Media Ethics​

The Hall County Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, handicapping condition, or sex in its educational programs or employment. 

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