33 out of 10GreatSchools

Weaver Middle School

Macon, GA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 914


Weaver Middle School
2570 Heath Road
Macon, GA 31206
(478) 779-4630
Weaver Middle School is located in Macon, GA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
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Reviews3 Reviews

I really wouldn’t recommend this school, I worked really hard here I wasn’t that happy I still go here but I’m trying to get my mom to take me to another school . The environment is toxic the kids are racist and homophobic and sexist. There are also made up gangs here and most kids smoke and have lighters on them and is on house arrest. My sister went to this school and had Autism she didn’t get put in a special needs classroom she got bullied and harassed a lot. If you aren’t black or Mexican most people don’t accept you and it makes me really sad because I want a school with diversity. If you have a chance Maybe try Rutland, Howard or Mount De Sales. Those are very good schools.
Weaver is a very good School, if more Parents would ask questions when their children come home, about their day at school, we could solve a lot of problems for the Students and Teachers. Parents please visit Weaver and ask questions.
I don't know if this page even gets viewed, but, here goes: Weaver Middle School is much like every other school in Macon/Bibb County, it is poorly operated. Too much focus on dress code than education. Houston County schools are right down the road and have no dress code, (common sense should be enough to determine what a child wears), they have a much higher graduation rate and their schools are equivalent to most private schools. Macon needs to separate those children that want to learn and further their education from those that are there simply to keep their parents from going to jail. My son goes to Weaver, and I pray for his safety and that he will hopefully be able to learn something regardless of the 'thugs' there. Stop trying to teach Mandarin Chinese in Macon, a complete waste of time and money, yet teach proper English, and maybe some will go home and teach their parents how to talk as well. Macon has become a very scary and unsafe place to live and raise a family, and sadly, after spending all of my life here, I am now counting down the months until we move to Warner Robins. Safety, a decent education and a thriving city is all of what Macon lacks.