MidTown Living Schools

Why We Love MidTown!

“We love the location, the trees and yards, and the older homes. We love being near the park and near downtown. We love our neighbors and the neighborly feel of the MidTown area.” - Ceil Bone

“Simple things like sidewalks, knowing your neighbors, access to schools, neighborhood shops and a grocery store in walking distance, and a lively, beautiful park are reasons why I love the area. It also helps that my work is just minutes from home!” - Bennie Newroth, Weracoba-St. Elmo

“I live less than a mile from where I grew up and just over a mile from where I work. MidTown gives me a sense of community and it’s as beautiful an area as there is in Columbus!” - Martha Nitcher Dodson, Hilton Heights


Midtown Momentum Newsletter

Proud tradition and dynamic future.

MidTown is home to the Muscogee County School District’s Public Education Center, eleven public schools,
and the Center for Gifted Education. In MidTown you will find the oldest continuously operating school in the
state—the original Wynnton Academy was established in 1837 and built in 1843—and the city’s newest
state-of-the-art school, George Washington Carver High School. Visit our MidTown schools here.