Learn about our areas of experties involving state crimes, and better understand your rights.
Learn about our areas of experties involving state crimes, and better understand your rights.
If you are accused of a crime, the only thing standing between your freedom and a verdict of "guilty" is an experienced criminal defense attorney in Isle of Hope, GA.
Those who have been arrested before know that life in the legal system is no laughing matter. Aside from the imminent ramifications of fines and jail time, any goals you have of bettering yourself and advancing your life could be compromised. Without a trusted attorney by your side, you could face a lifetime of embarrassment and poor employment prospects due to a tarnished criminal record.
The good news? Dennis O'Brien and his team of experienced lawyers in Isle of Hope are ready to clear your name. By retaining the help of a criminal defense attorney early in the legal process, you have a much better chance of securing your freedom and living a life as a productive member of society.
At O'Brien Law Firm PC, our practice was founded to fight for the rights of individuals accused of or charged with a crime. Our team of legal experts is well-equipped to take even the most difficult, contentious cases. From violent felonies to DUI, there is nothing we haven't seen and handled. As a former law enforcement officer, founding attorney Dennis O'Brien knows exactly how much a person can lose if convicted. That's why we work tirelessly to secure a verdict that is favorable for our clients.
Regardless of how serious or minor your case may be, know that we will fight fearlessly on your behalf. You deserve zealous representation - when you hire O'Brien Law Firm PC, you will receive nothing less.
Many of our clients are surprised to discover that founding lawyer Dennis O'Brien was a police officer prior to his criminal defense career. As a former Field Training Officer for the Memphis Police Department, he has over two decades of knowledge and experience in the criminal justice system. Dennis truly understands the nuance and complexities involved in a criminal defense case. This rare experience gives Dennis a clear edge in any criminal defense case and gives clients priceless peace of mind when they need it the most. Unlike some criminal defense attorneys in Isle of Hope, Dennis O'Brien and his team believe that every client deserves effective, empathetic legal assistance. While some Isle of Hope criminal defense firms will take weekends off or pass along cases to paralegals, Dennis personally reviews each of his cases. There is no case too small or big for O'Brien Law Firm PC. When you hire our firm, you can rest easy knowing that we will be by your side when the going gets tough.
When you are charged with a drug crime in Isle of Hope, it can change your life forever. Georgia imposes very strict punishments for drug offenses. The truth is, it's hard to get your life back on track with a drug charge on your record. Your freedom and way of life could be in the hands of your criminal defense attorney. As such, you need a competent lawyer with years of experience handling drug cases. Leaving your fate in the hands of an incompetent attorney could have long-lasting effects on your family and may result in a conviction.
While the consequences for a drug crime in Georgia are serious, there's reason to be hopeful: O'Brien Law Firm PC is here to fight for you. Remember - being charged with a drug crime is NOT the same thing as being convicted.
Our stellar team has represented many clients facing numerous drug-related charges. While each situation varies, one constant remains the same for clients facing drug charges: a fear of what lies ahead. At O'Brien Law Firm PC our job is to help you overcome the fear of the unknown. We do so by ensuring you understand your charges, the possible outcomes associated with those charges, and the options you need to consider from a criminal defense standpoint.
No matter what charge you are facing, our team has the experience and resources to build a comprehensive defense strategy for your drug case in Isle of Hope, GA. Without a criminal defense attorney acting as your advocate, you could be facing very harsh penalties. Here are a few punishments you could be facing for drug crimes in Isle of Hope:
Having less than a gram (or one milliliter for liquids) of this type of drug results in a prison term of one to three years. Having four grams or milliliter carries a term of one to eight years.
Any substance on this list is punishable by a prison sentence of one to three years.
If you have less than two grams or milliliters of this substance, punishments can be between one year and three years. Having up to four grams or milliliters results in a prison sentence of one to eight years.
Those who are in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana are subject to a jail sentence of up to 12 months. Fines may be no more than $1,000. Possession of more than an ounce of marijuana can result in a prison term of one to 10 years.
To avoid these life-changing punishments, you must take action now. Contact O'Brien Law Firm today for a consultation about your case.Contact Me!
Violent crime offenses in Isle of Hope typically involve some form of bodily harm to another individual, actions committed against an individual's will, or threatening someone with bodily harm. Aggravated violent offenses are more severe charges and often occur when a violent crime is made more serious due to circumstances like deadly weapons.
Much like serious drug cases, violent crimes create an added layer of negativity that follows the accused for the rest of their life. In these cases, even an accusation is enough to cause irreparable damage to a person's reputation. Those convicted of a violent crime face severe penalties that can include years in a correctional facility.
When you are accused of any of the above crimes, your freedom hangs in the balance. The outcome of your case will determine whether you leave the courtroom with your freedom intact or stripped away to serve time behind bars. Because the punishments for violent crimes are so extreme, you should be seeking legal counsel from a criminal defense attorney in Isle of Hope, GA, as soon as possible. As a former police officer with a long record of positive verdicts in violent crime cases, Dennis O'Brien is well equipped to represent you in court.
|Having a criminal defense lawyer by your side is the best way to avoid the serious punishments associated with violent crimes. These punishments usually result in prison time if convicted and include:|
|Forced rape:||20 years|
|Armed robbery:||Up to 20 years|
|Simple assault:||Up to 12 months|
|Aggravated assault:||10 to 20 years|
|Aggravated battery:||Up to 20 years|
|Involuntary manslaughter:||One to 20 years|
|Vehicular homicide||Up to 15 years|
|Murder:||Life in prison or the death sentence|
As a former police officer, Dennis O'Brien has seen the toll it takes on a person when charged with a crime. His time in law enforcement allows him to empathize with his clients who desperately need competent representation. Despite being innocent until proven guilty, accusations are scary, and conviction could be a reality. That is why you must work with a trustworthy criminal defense lawyer in Isle of Hope, GA who will work tirelessly to clear your name.
Clients choose O'Brien Law Firm because we believe in open communication, honesty, and hard work. It is not our job to act as judges for those who have been accused of crimes. Rather, our goal is to find the best defense that allows us to protect our clients' rights and freedoms.
Driving under the influence (DUI) is one of the most common crimes committed in Georgia. Punishments for such a crime can be severe, and for understandable reasons - when a person operates a vehicle while they are intoxicated, they're putting their life and the lives of others at risk.
While DUI is a serious crime that completely upend the accused's life, the earnest desire to end drunk driving can make police officers too eager to catch a person who they believe is under the influence.
The city of Isle of Hope, Georgia, has implemented severe punishments for DUI, even for first-time offenders. Individuals charged with DUI in Isle of Hope could face:
Fortunately, if you or someone you love has been charged with DUI, there is hope. This is particularly true when the accused is administered a breath or blood test for DUI. In fact, cases that involve a breath and/or blood test are beaten daily. When you hire O'Brien Law Firm PC, we will dive deep into your DUI case in Isle of Hope and examine every angle possible for your case to be dismissed. Here are just a few questions our team will investigate:
There are numerous ways to beat a DUI case in Georgia, from unreliable field sobriety tests to inaccurate state-administered breath tests. As a veteran criminal defense lawyer in Isle of Hope, GA, Dennis O'Brien has the knowledge and experience to expose the state's mistakes and fight for your rights. When you hire O'Brien Law Firm PC your chances of dismissal are greatly increased. When your case is dismissed, you can continue living life without the burden of a criminal record.
If you or someone you love is accused of a crime in Isle of Hope, GA, don't leave fate up to the prosecution. Take the necessary steps to protect yourself and your family before it's too late.Contact us
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Just weeks until thousands of people Phil the Park, the Savannah Philharmonic is filling neighborhoods.“This gift of music,” said Tina Weil, an attendee.Families packed out the Isle of Hope Marina for the kick off with their drinks and lawn chairs. Some people have been waiting on this for months and it couldn’t have started on a more beautiful day.“It’s a chance to hear some great music and have this beautiful view,” Weil said.It’s the build up befo...
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Just weeks until thousands of people Phil the Park, the Savannah Philharmonic is filling neighborhoods.
“This gift of music,” said Tina Weil, an attendee.
Families packed out the Isle of Hope Marina for the kick off with their drinks and lawn chairs. Some people have been waiting on this for months and it couldn’t have started on a more beautiful day.
“It’s a chance to hear some great music and have this beautiful view,” Weil said.
It’s the build up before the big event.
“Anytime you can get outside and enjoy the weather and music at the same time...to me, music brings people together and crosses all genres. You don’t have to worry about anything just everyone enjoys it,” said Marianne Greer, an attendee.
It’s Phil the Neighborhood...and this is just the first stop for some local bands.
“It really is music for everyone,” said Cynthia Heil, an attendee.
It’s familiar feeling for Cynthia Heil.
“At one point, I actually sang in the Phil chorus but I’ve been retired for a couple of years. That was a lot of fun, but now, I enjoy sitting in my seat and listening to them sing.”
Gatherings like this are also what some people have been missing.
“It was just nice to be able to get out here and be with people again,” said Venessa Lott, an attendee.
Just a taste of music in this neighborhood...
“Some good jazz.”
And coming to six more over the next few weeks.
On Saturday, they continue their performance at Windsor Forest.
On Sunday, you can hear the music in Kensington Park.
They will have one stop next weekend and three more stops the final weekend before Phil the Park.
All of the events are outside and will consist of an hour of free music by the Savannah Philharmonic and local guest artists.
For a full list of locations of Phil the Neighborhoods, head to their website.
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For Do SavannahOne late fall morning in 1972, Mitch Kolbe sat in geometry class. His teacher lectured on the formula for calculating slope as Kolbe’s gaze wandered out the window. It rested on the rise of a nearby chimney where he soon found himself absorbed in the color and texture of brick steadily rising one atop another. When the teacher called his attention back to class, he demanded what was s...
For Do Savannah
One late fall morning in 1972, Mitch Kolbe sat in geometry class. His teacher lectured on the formula for calculating slope as Kolbe’s gaze wandered out the window. It rested on the rise of a nearby chimney where he soon found himself absorbed in the color and texture of brick steadily rising one atop another. When the teacher called his attention back to class, he demanded what was so important beyond the window.
Earnestly, Kolbe replied, “I was thinking about how I would paint the slope of the chimney out there.”
Soon after, Kolbe’s geometry teacher mentored him in applying for the national merit art scholarship. After winning the prestigious award, Kolbe left rural North Carolina for art school in New York City where he grew and thrived but remained a country boy at heart.
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He enjoyed creating landscapes and painting en plein air, and in the intervening years after art school, Kolbe’s plein air paintings emerged as his signature style.
This Friday, Savannah celebrates some of Kolbe’s nature-inspired art with “Wild Ponies of Cumberland Island,” an exhibit that chronicles a day-in-the-life of some of Georgia’s most special barrier island horses. The show opens Friday and runs through Dec. 23 at Plant Riverside’s Grand Bohemian Gallery.
The idea for the paintings came about in 2006 when Kolbe went on a 10-day boat trip with longtime artist friend, Tom Sadler. Sadler had purchased a 26-foot sailboat and wanted to take it from Isle of Hope near Savannah to Titusville, Fla. The friends decided to do the adventure together and paint the barrier islands along the way. They stayed only a day at each island, painting and taking photos as reference for future works.
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When they arrived at Cumberland Island, they were greeted with a pleasant surprise.
“After we gathered our art supplies and ventured ashore, right away a mare and stallion ambled by us and then just stood there as if posing for us to paint them. The painting in this show entitled 'Beachcomber' is the result of that encounter, painted on location while the mare just stared off into the distance.”
The origin of Cumberland Island’s horses is a bit unclear.
According to the National Park Service, “a few horses were probably brought to Cumberland as livestock when Spanish missions were established in the late 1500s although evidence is scarce.” 1742, however, does mark the earliest documented occurrence of horses — as many as 60 animals were noted during a battle between the Spanish and English for control of the island.
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By the early 1800s, at least 200 horses were there as by then multiple plantations were also on the island. Flash-forward to the 1880s and the beginning of the Carnegie family compound then into the mid-20th century, a couple hundred horses were regularly rotated on and off the island. But after the Carnegies left, fewer and fewer people lived on Cumberland, so that what horses remained became free ranging.
By 1972 when the island was designated a National Seashore, all horses were feral.
Currently, as many as 200 of them live unmanaged on Cumberland Island. Whether or not these animals are more closely related to older Spanish horse bloodlines, horses as an introduced species have been on Cumberland for at least 270 years.
“I hope these paintings spark conversations about the conservation of these beautiful animals,” mused Kolbe.
“Cumberland Island has the only feral herd on the Atlantic coast that is not managed. There’s no veterinary care or population control, and they exist as truly wild free animals surviving in nature. For this exhibit, I’m a plein air journalist of sorts reporting on the ponies and hoping to get people thinking and talking about how these creatures live.”
IF YOU GO
What: “Wild Ponies of Cumberland Island”
Where: Grand Bohemian Gallery, Plant Riverside, 400 W. River St.
When: Artist Reception, Friday, November 25, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Exhibit run through Dec. 23.
Isle of Hope K8 students competed in the National Student Astronaut Challenge Finals held at NASA in Florida earlier this month. The students had qualified in third place competing against teams from Miami to Seattle at a Run-Off Competition last fall to select the best 15 Middle School teams from across the nation to compete at Nationals.The students spent months practicing 12-18 hours a week, including many weekends to prepare for the four challenges they would face over the three-day competition. The four challenges included a Desi...
Isle of Hope K8 students competed in the National Student Astronaut Challenge Finals held at NASA in Florida earlier this month. The students had qualified in third place competing against teams from Miami to Seattle at a Run-Off Competition last fall to select the best 15 Middle School teams from across the nation to compete at Nationals.
The students spent months practicing 12-18 hours a week, including many weekends to prepare for the four challenges they would face over the three-day competition. The four challenges included a Design Challenge, Engineering Challenge, Space Shuttle Atlantis Simulator Challenge, and a Landing Challenge.
For the Design Challenge, students were asked to research and build a prototype (using specific materials) that would help decrease injuries from footholds on the International Space Station. Over several months, Chyler Ross, Megan Nguyen, Aisha Rhenals and Ally Arnsdorff, along with the rest of the team, researched the injuries sustained by astronauts, talked to experts in the field, including engineers and Commander Robert Shane Kimbrough, an astronaut for ISS Mission #49 and #50. Students wrote a research paper on their findings, created a slide show, and built a prototype.
For the Engineering Challenge, students were divided into a mission control team and a team aboard the Space Lab on the ISS. There were four components that had to be worked through…lack of technology for communication/relay between team members, broken circuits that had to be fixed where one team had the circuits and another team had the directions, computation of Ohms Law, and the ability to analyze the problem, design a solution, and understand (in that scenario) whether the problem had truly been corrected.
For the Landing Challenge, all six members of the team had to land the shuttle. They were randomly selected for each portion of the challenge - meaning all six participants had to know how to both land the craft in multiple scenarios, as well as communicate how to land the craft.
The Space Shuttle Atlantis Simulator Challenge includes a pre-launch checklist, launch into orbit, deorbiting procedures, and landing at a designated location lasting almost an hour from beginning to end. To participate, students had to spend an extraordinary amount of time learning the schematics of the Shuttle, as well as the location of all the switches. They had to learn to collaborate and work together strategically to isolate problems and repair them, all while flying the Shuttle.
The #Fiddlernauts received the gold medal for the Landing Challenge and were crowned National Champions. The students received the bronze medal for the Space Shuttle Simulator Challenge.
The 2019-2020 #Fiddlernauts are coached by Mr. Bob Nickels, Mrs. Carol Nickels, Dr. Barbara Serianni (Georgia Southern University), and Ms. Carolyn Rethwisch (Isle of Hope School). The Rotary Club of Skidaway Island provided a simulator for the team to practice on this year. Isle of Hope School, PTA, family and friends donated generously to make this dream a reality; and Mr. John Hopper, CEO of Bobcat of Savannah, donated to the team to make their journey possible. Their generosity is much appreciated!
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The Chatham County Board of Elections has announced the updated polling changes and locations for the Dec. 6 runoff between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker.Georgia counties are required to hold early voting days from Monday, Nov. 28, to Friday, Dec. 2. However, Chatham County is also opting to hold voting on Sunday, Nov. 27. How the...
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The Chatham County Board of Elections has announced the updated polling changes and locations for the Dec. 6 runoff between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker.
Georgia counties are required to hold early voting days from Monday, Nov. 28, to Friday, Dec. 2. However, Chatham County is also opting to hold voting on Sunday, Nov. 27.
I-16 Ferguson Ave Baptist Church will vote at the Montgomery Athletic Association at 10155 Ferguson Avenue8-13 Savannah Christian School will vote at 8-03 Silk Hope Baptist Church at 4929 Pineland Drive
Polling Locations for Dec. 6 Runoff Election
1-01 First Presbyterian Church 520 Washington Avenue Savannah, GA 314051-05 JEA Building 5111 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA 314051-06 Central Church of Christ 632 Stephenson Avenue Savannah, GA 314051-08 Grace United Methodist Church 6412 Waters Avenue Savannah, GA 314061-09 Immanuel Baptist Church 7375 Hodgson Memorial Drive Savannah, GA 314061-10 St. Thomas Episcopal Church 2 St. Thomas Avenue Savannah, GA 314061-12 Isle of Hope Baptist Church 22 Rose Avenue Savannah, GA 314061-13 The Sanctuary 8912 Whitefield Savannah, GA 314061-14 St. Luke United Methodist Church 9114 Whitefield Avenue Savannah, GA 314061-16 Montgomery Athletic Association (temp) 10155 Ferguson Avenue Savannah, GA 314061-17 Islands Christian Church 4601 US Highway 80 East Savannah, GA 314102-02 River Pointe 939 Wheaton Street Savannah, GA 314012-03 W. W. Law Center 909 East Bolton Street Savannah, GA 314012-04 Fellowship of Love Community Church 1402 Harmon Street Savannah, GA 314012-05 Holy Spirit Lutheran Church 622 East 37th Street Savannah, GA 314012-06 Eli Whitney Complex #2 Laura Street Savannah, GA 314042-07 Christ Community Church at Morningside 1805 E. Gwinnett Street Savannah, GA 314042-09 Salvation Army 3000 Bee Road Savannah, GA 314042-11 Oasis of Hope Community Center 728 E 55th St. Savannah, GA 314052-12 Williams Court 1900 Lincoln Street Savannah, GA 314013-02 Temple Mickve Israel 20 E Gordon St Savannah, GA 314063-03 Savannah High School 400 Pennsylvania Avenue Savannah, GA 314043-04 1st African Baptist Church 402 Treat Street Savannah, GA 314043-05 New Generations Cathedral 2023 Tennessee Avenue Savannah, GA 314043-08 Jenkins High School 1800 E. DeRenne Avenue Savannah, GA 314043-09 The ConneXion Church 5411 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 314063-10 Bible Baptist Church 4700 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 314043-11 Southside Baptist Church 5502 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 314063-12 Thunderbolt Senior Center 3236 Russell Street Savannah, GA 314043-13 New Covenant Seventh Day Adventist Church 5100 LaRoche Avenue Savannah, GA 314043-14 Oglethorpe Charter Academy 7202 Central Avenue Savannah, GA 314064-02 Islands High School Annex 169 Whitemarsh Island Road Savannah, GA 314104-04 Lighthouse Baptist Church 401 Quarterman Road Savannah, GA 314104-05 Saint Francis Episcopal 590 Walthour Road Savannah, GA 314104-06 First Baptist Church of the Islands 6613 Johnny Mercer Boulevard Savannah, GA 314104-07 Wilmington Island Methodist Church 195 Wilmington Island Road Savannah, GA 314104-08 Wilmington Island Pres. Church 450 North Cromwell Road Savannah, GA 314104-10 Burke Day Public Safety Bldg 78 Van Horne Ave Tybee Island, GA 313284-11 Tybee Old School Cafeteria 202 Fifth Street Tybee Island, GA 313284-12 St. Peters Episcopal Church 3 Westridge Road Savannah, GA 314114-13 Skidaway Community Church 50 Diamond Causeway Savannah, GA 314114-14 Skidaway Island Methodist Church 54 Diamond Causeway Savannah, GA 314115-02 Senior Citizens Inc 3025 Bull Street Savannah, GA 314055-03 Butler Pres. Ed. Building 603 West Victory Drive Savannah, GA 314055-05 Liberty City Community Center 1401 Mills B. Lane Savannah, GA 314055-06 Seed Church 1950 Chatham Parkway Savannah, GA 314055-07 Elks Lodge 183 Wilshire Boulevard Savannah, GA 314195-08 Southside Assembly of God (temp) 401 Tibet Avenue Savannah, GA 314065-10 Jonesville Baptist Church 5201 Montgomery Street Savannah, GA 314055-11 Largo Tibet School 430 Tibet Avenue Savannah, GA 314066-01 White Bluff Presbyterian Church 10710 White Bluff Road Savannah, GA 314066-02 Windsor Forest Baptist Church 12521 White Bluff Road Savannah, GA 314196-03 Crusader Community Center 81 Coffee Bluff Villa Road Savannah, GA 314196-05 Windsor Hall 302 Briarcliff Circle Savannah, GA 314196-06 The Light 8511 Waters Avenue Savannah, GA 314066-08 Christ Memorial Baptist Church 1023 Dutchtown Rd Savannah, GA 314196-09 Trinity Lutheran Church 12391 Mercy Boulevard Savannah, GA 314196-10 Georgetown Elementary 1516 King George Boulevard Savannah, GA 314196-11 Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens 2 Canebrake Road Savannah, GA 314197-01 First Baptist Church of Garden City 35 Nelson Ave Garden City, GA 314087-03 Preston B. Edwards Gymnasium 101 Turnberry Street Port Wentworth, GA 314077-04 Lakeshore Community Center 1000 Lake Shore Boulevard Port Wentworth, GA 314077-05 Woodlawn Baptist Church 407 Talmadge Avenue Garden City, GA 314087-06 First Baptist Church of Pooler 204 US-80 Pooler, GA 313227-07 Rothwell Baptist Church 216 East Rothwell Street Pooler, GA 313227-08 Bloomingdale Comm. Center 202 E. Moore Street Bloomingdale, GA 313027-09 Adult Ministry Center at Compassion 50 Al Henderson Blvd. Savannah, GA 314197-10 Progressive Recreation 5321 Ogeechee Road Savannah, GA 314057-11 Savannah Fire Station 14 480 Highlands Blvd Pooler, GA 313227-12 West Chatham Baptist Church 1360 S Rogers St Pooler, GA 313227-13 Southside Fire Training Center 1381 Dean Forest Road Savannah, GA 314197-14 Coastal Cathedral Church of God 275 Berwick Boulevard Savannah, GA 314197-15 Rice Creek School 100 Mulberry Street Port Wentworth, GA 314077-16 Pooler Rec Center Gym 900 S. Rogers St Pooler, GA 313228-01 Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum 460 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Savannah, GA 314018-02 Hellenic Center 14 W. Anderson Street Savannah, GA 314018-03 Silk Hope Baptist Church 4929 Pineland Drive Savannah, GA 314058-05 West Broad YMCA 1110 May Street Savannah, GA 314158-06 Tompkins Recreation Center 2333 Ogeechee Road Savannah, GA 314158-07 Woodville Tompkins Technical Institute 151 Coach Joe Turner Street Savannah, GA 314088-08 Resurrection of Our Lord Church 112 Fell Street Savannah, GA 314158-09 Moses Jackson Center 1410 Richards Street Savannah, GA 314158-10 Carver Heights Community Center 905 Collat Street Savannah, GA 314158-11 Butler Elementary School 1909 Cynthia Street Savannah, GA 314158-12 Beach High School 3001 Hopkins Street Savannah, GA 314058-13 8-03 Silk Hope Baptist Church (temp) 4929 Pineland Drive Savannah, GA 314088-15 Cooper Center 700 Davis Ave Savannah, GA 314088-16 Mighty 8th Museum 175 Bourne Ave Pooler, GA 313228-17 Georgia Tech, Savannah Campus 210 Technology Circle Savannah, GA 314078-18 Savannah First Seventh-day Adventist Church 50 Godley Way Savannah, GA 31407
Please find schedules below for all in-person open house events. Many schools are also holding virtual events. Please contact your school to find out about any virtual open house information.Elementary Schools SCHOOL OPEN HOUSEBloomingdale ElementaryMonday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5th) Bro...
Please find schedules below for all in-person open house events. Many schools are also holding virtual events. Please contact your school to find out about any virtual open house information.
|Bloomingdale Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5th)|
|Brock Elementary||Sunday, July 31st4:00-5:30 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Butler Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (PreK-5)|
|Early Learning Center at Formey School||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-K)|
|Gadsden Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Garden City Elementary||Monday, August 1st3:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Gould Elementary||Monday, August 1st5:30-6:30 PM (Grades PreK-2) 6:30-7:30 PM (Grades 3-5)|
|Haven Elementary||Sunday, July 31st4:00-7:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Heard Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Hodge Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-5:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Howard Elementary||Monday, August 1st (Times staggered by student's last name) 4:00-4:45 PM (A-G) 4:45-5:30 PM (H-O)5:30-6:15pm (P-Z)|
|J.G. Smith Elementary||Monday, August 1st2:00-4:00 PM (Grades PreK-2) 3:00-5:00 PM (Grades 3-5)|
|Largo-Tibet Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-5:30 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Juliette Low Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (PreK-5)|
|Marshpoint Elementary||Monday, August 1st(Times staggered by student's last name)4:00-4:45 PM A-G) 4:45-5:30 PM (H-O)5:30-6:15pm (P-Z)|
|Pooler Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Pulaski Elementary||Monday, August 1st3:00-5:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|Shuman Elementary||Monday, August 1st3:00-5:00 PM (Grades 1-5)|
|Southwest Elementary||Monday, August 1st5:00-7:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|West Chatham Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:30-6:30 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|White Bluff Elementary||Sunday, July 31st1:00-3:00 PM (Grades PreK-2)Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 3-5)|
|Williams Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 1-5)|
|Windsor Forest Elementary||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades Pre K-5)|
|Charles Ellis Montessori Academy||Sunday, July 31st2:30-3:30 PM (PreK)3:30-4:00 PM (K)Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 1-3)6:00-6:30 PM (Grades 4-5) (Grade level meetings at 6:30 PM)5:00-6:30 PM (Grades 7 & 8 – Erdkinder)|
|Garrison School for the Arts||Monday, August 1st2:00-4:00 PM (Grades K-3 & 6th)4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK, 4th & 5th, 7th & 8th)|
|Georgetown K8||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades K-8)|
|Godley Station K8||Monday, August 1st3:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-8)|
|Hesse K8||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5) Tuesday, August 2nd 4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 6-8)|
|Isle of Hope K8||Monday, August 1st3:00-5:00 PM (Grades 6-8)4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-5)|
|New Hampstead K8||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades K-8)|
|Rice Creek K8||Friday, July 29th4:00-6:00 PM (Grades PreK-8)|
|Coastal Middle||Monday, August 1st (Times staggered by student's last name)4:00-4:45 PM (H-O) 4:45-5:30 PM (P-Z)5:30-6:15pm (A-G)|
|DeRenne Middle||Monday, August 1st4:00-5:00 PM (Grades 6-8)|
|Hubert Middle||Monday, August 1st5:30-6:30 PM|
|Mercer Middle||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grade 6-8)|
|Myers Middle||Tuesday, August 2nd4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 6-8)|
|Southwest Middle||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 6-8)|
|STEM Academy at Bartlett Middle||Monday, August 1st4:30-5:30 PM (Grades 7 & 8)6:00-7:00 PM (Grade 6)|
|West Chatham Middle||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 6-8)|
|Beach High School||Monday, August 1st6:00-7:00 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Savannah Early College||Monday, August 1st4:00-5:30 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Groves High School||Friday, July 29th5:00-6:15 PM (Grade 9) 6:30-7:45 PM (Grades 10-12)|
|Islands High School||Monday, August 1st (Times staggered by student's last name)4:00-4:45 PM (P-Z) 4:45-5:30 PM (A-G)5:30-6:15pm (H-O)|
|Jenkins High School||Monday, August 1st5:00-7:00 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Johnson High School||Monday, August 1st5:00 PM (Grade 9) 6:00-7:00 PM (Grades 10-12)|
|New Hampstead||Wednesday, August 10th6:00-7:00 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Savannah Arts Academy||Monday, August 1st5:30-6:30 PM (Grade 9) 6:30-8:00 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Liberal Studies at SHS||Monday, August 1st4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Windsor Forest High School||Monday, August 1st2:00-3:00 PM (Grade PreK) 4:00-6:00 PM (Grades 9-12)|
|Woodville Tompkins High School||Monday, August 1st3:00 PM (Pre-K)4:30 PM (Grade 12) 5:30 PM (Grades 10 & 11)6:30 PM (Grade 9)|
Alternative Learning Centers
|Building Bridges Middle||Tuesday, August 2nd2:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Building Bridges High||Monday, August 1st4:00 pm – 5:00 pm|
|Coastal Ga. Comp. Academy||Monday, August 1st5:00-7:00 PM (Grades 9-12) (at Jenkins High School)Tuesday, August 2nd4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Grades K-8)|
|Oatland Island Wildlife Center||Tuesday, August 2nd3:00-5:00 PM|
|Savannah-Chatham E-Learning Academy||Monday, August 1st (Virtual only)5:00-7:00 PM|
|Coastal Empire Montessori||TBA|
|Susie King Taylor||TBA|
|Savannah Classical Academy||TBA|
|Tybee Island Maritime||Friday, July 29th3:00-5:00 PM (Grades K-4) 1:00-2:30 PM (Grades 5-8)|