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Welcome to Lanier County Schools

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Lanier County was created from Berrien, Lowndes and Clinch counties on August 7,1920.

Lanier County was named in honor of Sydney Clopton Lanier, poet from Macon, Georgia, whose work explored man's faith and his relationship to the world around him.

Lanier County is located in the south central section of Georgia approximately 30 miles north of the Florida state line and 25 miles east of Interstate Highway 75.

Lanier County’s 2003 estimated population was 7,361 according to the U S Census Bureau.

Lanier County’s population is approximately 71.6% Caucasian and 25.6% African American.

Lanier County’s 1999 median household income was $29,171.

Lanier County boasts the annualFlatlanders’ Fall Frolic, a Labor Day festival and Arts and Crafts Show.

Lanier County was home to a Georgia governor, Eurith Dickinson Rivers, Governor 1937-1941.

Lanier County is home to Lakeland’s Milltown Murals depicting the 1925 era when Milltown was re-named Lakeland.

Lanier County is home to Patten Seed Company, a 50 year old company who has become the nation’s production leader in warm-season turf grass seed and sod.

Lanier County is home to the Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge with opportunities for fishing, boating and wildlife observation.

Lanier County is home to the Robert Simpson Nature Trail. The trail is a pristine environment with abundant plant life, natural bogs, and fishing opportunities on Lake Irma.

Lanier County has canoeing and fishing opportunities on the Alapaha River.