US Green Building Council Georgia’s High Performance, Healthy Schools Program

Two years ago, the U.S. Green Building Council – Georgia (USGBC-GA) launched its High Performance, Healthy Schools Program. The program helps Georgia school systems and private schools implement sustainability programs into their schools.


Turner Broadcasting System generously donated this video to show the work that was being done in our state.


The video was shot onsite at Springdale Park Elementary School, a LEED certified school of the Atlanta Public School System.


One the the most amazing features of the video are the remarks from the students about how their LEED school positively impacts their learning environment.


Also featured are green school advocate Laura Turner Seydel and Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle.


There are currently over 80 LEED registered or certified schools and almost 200 Energy Star Certified schools in Georgia.


It is our goal to have every Georgia in a high performance, healthy school within this generation.

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