With the completion of a 14 million dollar, state-of-the-art high school facility in Greenville, the Butler County Board of Education, with an enrollment of about 3,600 pupils, has demonstrated their dedication to the importance of our children's futures and those of generations to come. Greenville High School, Greenville Middle School, Greenville Elementary and W.O. Parmer Elementary all serve the educational needs of students from the Camellia City in a positive, challenging manner, while Georgiana and McKenzie High Schools serve the needs of our other communities. The higher education needs of the community are served by LBW College, a community college that offers several options in degreed programs. Private education is also an option, with Fort Dale Academy, and Camellia City Christian Academy offering quality instruction.
- Greenville is served by the Butler County Board of Education. You may access information about the individual schools by accessing the website.
- Visit Fort Dale Academy's website at www.fortdale.com for more information.
- Call (334) 382-8011 to find out about Camellia City Christian School.
- Learn more about Lurleen B. Wallace Community College at www.lbwcc.edu.