The mission of the Georgia School Boards Association is to ensure excellence in the governance of local school systems by providing leadership, advocacy and services, and by representing the collective resolve of Georgia’s elected boards of education.



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June 11-12, 2021, GSBA Summer Conference
June 10, Pre-Conference for-credit Training 


GSBA is pleased to announce the 2021 Sumer Conference and pre-conference training workshops.  Due to spacing limitations at the Hyatt in Savannah this year, we are offering a blended in person and virtual conference. GSBA will host a limited capacity, first come first serve, in-person experience and an open unlimited capacity, online virtual conference experience, which will mirror and follow the in-person conference.

GSBA Registration opens April 28, and is non-refundable but is transferrable to other board members and superintendents. Registration for the Hyatt Hotel will open the same morning

Links and more detailed information will be available soon. 

GSBA is here for you!

GSBA affords local school board members a great opportunity to fulfill their annual training requirements each year. (see O.C.G.A 20-2-230).

Non-Conference Virtual Training Opportunities

Click to view GSBA’s Other Virtual Learning Opportunities.


Future Conference Dates:

  • 2021 GSBA/GSSA Annual Conference
    will be held December 2-3 (Thursday & Friday), at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel, Atlanta. Pre-Conference Training will be held December 1 (Wednesday). Exhibits will be held December 2-3 (Thursday & Friday).
  • 2022 Summer Conference & Delegate Assembly will be held June 10-11 (Friday & Saturday), at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Savannah. Pre-Conference Training will be June 9 (Thursday). Exhibits will be held June 9-10 (Thursday & Friday).


Past Conference:

2020 GSBA/GSSA Virtual Annual Conference

The 2020 GSBA/GSSA Virtual Annual Conference was held December 3-4 (Thursday & Friday). The 3 Pre-Conference Training Opportunities were held Wednesday, December 2. Virtual Exhibits were held throughout the 3 days. We thank all those who attended the conference and/or one of our pre-conference workshops. We also appreciate all those who completed an online evaluation. This being our first virtual conference, your feedback is more important than ever. Congratulations to Doug Westmoreland, vice chair of Habersham County Schools. He is the winner of the conference evaluation drawing of $150.