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Henry County Public Schools’ athletic programs are a great source of pride to our communities. Involvement in athletics helps students develop a better sense of responsibility, cooperation, self-discipline, self-confidence, and sportsmanship that will help serve them long after graduation. The lessons and values learned by participating on athletic teams last a lifetime.
Henry coaches and athletes are expected to abide by the highest standards of fair play and sportsmanship. Our goal is to make the most positive contribution possible to the physical, emotional, and social well-being of students.
The 10 high schools in Henry County and their Region Affiliations for 22-23 are:
Region 5 AAAAAHampton High School
Luella High School
McDonough High School
Stockbridge High School
Woodland High School
Out of district:
Mt.Zion High School
The Lovett School
The eleven middle schools in Henry County compete interscholastically with grades 7-8 in football, softball, competitive cheerleading, wrestling, basketball, track and field, and volleyball.
All eleven schools compose what is known as the Henry County Middle School Athletic League (HCMSAL). The eleven schools are:
Austin Road Middle
Eagle's Landing Middle
Locust Grove Middle
Union Grove Middle
HCS Athletic Directors at the College Football Hall of Fame
Region 2 AAAAADutchtown High School
Eagles Landing High School
Locust Grove High School
Ola High School
Union Grove High School
Out of district:
Jones County High School
Warner Robbins High School
We also support the Henry Hurricanes, our adapted sports program for students with physical and/or visual disabilities in grades 1 - 12.
For more information, please visit the link for Adapted Sports.
2021-2022 Season Highlights26 Region Championships
18 Region Runner Ups
84 Teams made it to the State Playoffs28 Sweet 16 appearances8 Elite 8 appearances4 Final 4 appearances2 team state runner up6 Individual state champions4 state runner ups27 Players of the Year15 Coaches of the YearOver 300 athletes named to All Region teamsOver 20 athletes named to All State TeamsOver 30 athletes invited to play in All Star GamesAlmost 150 athletes signed letters of intent to play college sports, representing all sports offered in HCS, including rifle.