Augusta, GA Youth Development Center

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1. Augusta Youth Development Cmps

3481 Mike Padgett HwyAugusta, GA 30906

(706) 792-7500

From Business: Augusta Youth Development Campus was originally opened in the early 1950s as a training school with instruction in farming and animal husbandry. The campus is an …

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2. Georgia State Government Youth Development Campus

3481 Mike Padgett HwyAugusta, GA 30906

(706) 792-7500
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Never go there! Ever!!Cons: ...

Never go there! Ever!!Cons: Very very poor academic focus, they value the bible, black heritage(not meaning this in a racist way), and musician talent more than anything else. If you want ur child to catch up on work that they may be behind on, forget it here. I'd say the only class that was not bad was English. Math being the worst, the teacher didn't even understand what she was teaching! She has a book that she reads out of. She couldnt explain any problem out to help me, she'd give me the answer and tell me to work backwards! This school was ridiculous. I spent my whole summer self teaching myself the rest of math. Health teacher..?..more like a love consultant.Pros: The history teacher was actually educated and taught well, too bad he came towards the end of the year. The English teacher was the headmaster and one of the most kind people out there, she knew what she was doing. All in all the people there were very friendly, just not a wise choice for "teachers".

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