Sol C. Johnson High School

Johnson High School was established in 1959 and is named after Sol C. Johnson who was a journalist, philanthropist, educator and founder of the nation's oldest newspaper published for the black community, The Savannah Tribune. 


Johnson High School is a proud member of the IB World Community since 2000 and is an accredited International Baccalaureate school. Johnson currently offers college level, IB courses in Psychology, Art, Music, Film, Marketing, Graphic Design; Languages: Chinese, Arabic, French, and English, The Sciences, Mathematics, and The Histories.

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