We would like to invite you to participate in the Georgia National Schoolhouse Program, here at the Georgia National Fair this October. As part of the 28th Georgia National Fair we encourage students to come attend our livestock shows, award-winning Stories of Agriculture display, all of the Georgia Grown exhibits and have the opportunity for a first-hand look at Agriculture outside of the classroom.CLICK HERE FOR ON-LINE APPLICATION
Admission for the Georgia National Schoolhouse Program is FREE to all teachers, students, bus drivers and an allotted number of chaperones, grades Pre-K through 12th grade, with an approved field trip form. Field trips are available October 6 and October 9-13 with arrivals by Noon each day. Some chaperones may be subject to an admission fee at the gate (please see application for admission process).
Once your class has been registered and approved we will mail you a teacher’s packet with information, along with instructions on where to park and enter the Fairgrounds. We will have Volunteers at the North Gate Entrance to assist in checking- in your class and will be happy to answer any questions you may have at that time. All field trips are self-guided at your own pace, please feel free to take your time and enjoy your day here. Each class is welcome to bring their own school lunches, however all lunches must be eaten in the North Parking Lot in the picnic area.
We would also like to welcome all homeschool groups that would like to attend with a minimum of 20 school-aged students. With those 20 students, four adults will receive free admission, all other adults must pay the gate fee.
- All Field Trip buses enter the Fairgrounds through the North Gate.
- School Club Rallies Only enter through the South Gate.
- Field trips do not include rides which must be purchased separate.
The number of chaperones allowed free admission is based on the following information:
Grades K4 – 4 Two ( 2) chaperones per 10 students
Grades 5 – 12 One (1) chaperone per 10 students
There are no exceptions.
Additional chaperones will have to pay the $9 admission fee at the gate.