Peabody School, also known as Peabody High School, is an historic school building located on Herman Avenue in Eastman, Georgia. Built in 1938, it was designed by Eastman-born American architect Edward Columbus Hosford, who is noted for the courthouses and other buildings that he designed in Florida, Georgia and Texas.
Operating as usual
Serving Dodge County and the surrounding area since 2010. Ages 2 and older. Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Clogging, Hip Hop, Acro, Tumbling, Cheer and lyrical
This campus seeks to provide easy access to educational opportunity to traditional students and those seeking a continuing education.
Planning a get together for the 1981 and 1980 class who played football for Larry Green, Phil Lanford, Mickey Lyndsey, Dennis Cain and Derrick Dunnigan
The Dodge County Marching Chiefs