Health Inspections

The National School Lunch Program federal regulations require each school to have (2) Health Inspections per year. DeKalb County Schools are inspected by the DeKalb County Board of Health. The date of the inspection is listed by the name of the school and the health inspection score. The DeKalb County School Nutrition Health Inspection Benchmark is 95%. The grade and numerical score outlined by the DeKalb County Board of Health are as follows:

  • A – Food Safety Excellence and is applied to a numerical score of 90 to 100
  • B – Satisfactory Compliance and is applied to a numerical score of 80 to 89
  • C – Marginal Compliance and is applied to a numerical score of 70 to 79
  • U – Unsatisfactory Compliance and is applied to a numerical score of 69 or less
    • May 2013: Second health inspection scores will be posted on the School Nutrition website upon completion of DeKalb County Board of Health inspection cycle.
  • DeKalb County Board of Health Environmental Health Inspection Scores

First Semester (August – December)

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

School Name Date of Inspection Score
ALLGOOD ELEM    
ASHFORD PARK ELEM    
AUSTIN ELEM    
AVONDALE ELEM    
BARACK OBAMA ELEM    
BOB MATHIS ELEM    
BOUIE ELEM    
BRIAR VISTA ELEM    
BRIARLAKE ELEM    
BROCKETT ELEM    
BROWNS MILL ELEM    
CANBY LANE ELEM    
CARY REYNOLDS ELEM 8/18/21 91
CEDAR GROVE ELEM    
CHAPEL HILL ELEM    
CHESNUT ELEM    
COLUMBIA ELEM 8/18/21 99
CORALWOOD CENTER ELEM    
DEKALB ELEM OF ARTS    
DORAVILLE UNITED ELEM    
DRESDEN ELEM    
DUNAIRE ELEM    
DUNWOODY ELEM    
DUNWOODY ELEM ANNEX    
E L MILLER ELEM    
EAGLE WOODS CENTER ELEM    
EARLY LEARNING CENTER ELEM    
EVANSDALE ELEM    
FAIRINGTON ELEM    
FERNBANK ELEM    
FLAT ROCK ELEM    
FLAT SHOALS ELEM    
HAMBRICK ELEM    
HAWTHORNE ELEM    
HENDERSON MILL ELEM    
HIGHTOWER ELEM    
HUNTLEY HILLS ELEM    
IDLEWOOD ELEM    
INDIAN CREEK ELEM 7/20/21 100
JOHN ROBERT LEWIS ELEM    
JOLLY ELEM    
KELLEY LAKE ELEM    
KINGSLEY ELEM    
KITTREDGE ELEM    
LAUREL RIDGE ELEM    
LIVSEY ELEM    
MARBUT ELEM 8/12/21 100
MCLENDON ELEM    
MIDVALE ELEM    
MONTCLAIR ELEM    
MONTGOMERY ELEM    
MURPHEY CANDLER ELEM 8/11/21 95
NARVIE J. HARRIS ELEM    
OAK GROVE ELEM    
OAK VIEW ELEM    
OAKCLIFF ELEM    
PANOLA ELEM    
PEACHCREST ELEM    
PINE RIDGE ELEM    
PLEASANTDALE ELEM    
PRICNETON ELEM        
R. E. MCNAIR DISCOVERY ELEM        
RAINBOW ELEM        
REDAN ELEM        
ROBERT SHAW ELEM        
ROCK CHAPEL ELEM        
ROCKBRIDGE ELEM        
ROWLAND ELEM        
SAGAMORE HILLS ELEM        
SHADOW ROCK ELEM        
SMOKE RISE ELEM 7/23/21 100    
SNAPFINGER ELEM        
STONE MILL ELEM        
STONE MOUNTAIN ELEM        
STONEVIEW ELEM 8/10/21 92    
TONEY ELEM        
VANDERLYN ELEM        
WADSWORTH ELEM        
WOODRIDGE ELEM        
WOODWARD ELEM        
WYNBROOKE ELEM        

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

School Name Date of Inspection Score
BETHUNE MIDDLE    
CEDAR GROVE MIDDLE    
CHAMBLEE MIDDLE    
CHAMPION THEME MIDDLE    
CHAPEL HILL MIDDLE    
COLUMBIA MIDDLE    
DRUID HILLS MIDDLE    
FREEDOM MIDDLE    
HENDERSON MIDDLE    
LITHONIA MIDDLE    
MCNAIR MIDDLE    
MILLER GROVE MIDDLE 8/12/21 100
PEACHTREE MIDDLE    
REDAN MIDDLE    
SALEM MIDDLE    
SEQUOYAH MIDDLE    
STEPHENSON MIDDLE    
STONE MOUNTAIN MIDDLE    
TUCKER MIDDLE    

HIGH SCHOOLS

School Name Date of Inspection Score
ARABIA MOUNTAIN HIGH 8/13/21 100
CEDAR GROVE HIGH    
CHAMBLEE HIGH    
CLARKSTON HIGH    
COLUMBIA HIGH    
CROSS KEYS HIGH    
DEKALB ALTERNATIVE HIGH    
DEKALB SCHOOL OF ARTS HIGH    
DRUID HILLS HIGH    
DUNWOODY HIGH    
ELIZABETH ANDREWS HIGH    
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL    
LAKESIDE HIGH    
LITHOINA HIGH    
MARGARET HARRIS HIGH    
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. HIGH 8/10/21 100
MCNAIR HIGH    
MILLER GROVE HIGH    
REDAN HIGH    
SOUTHWEST DEKALB HIGH    
STEPHENSON HIGH    
STONE MOUNTAIN HIGH    
TOWERS HIGH    
TUCKER HIGH    
WARREN TECH HIGH    
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