Hart County is located in the I-85 corridor in northeast Georgia. Exit 177 in Hart County is only an hour-and-a-half from Atlanta and a little over an hour from the Greenville/Spartanburg area. With a population of approximately 23,000 it is noted for its exceptional livability and beautiful residential areas which include 222 miles of shoreline on Lake Hartwell, the town of Hartwell with its lovely historic homes and downtown shopping area, and scenic rural districts with gently rolling hills. It has an ideal climate with an average annual temperature of 74°. The average summer temperature is 89°, and the winter average is 57°, with an average rainfall of about 49 inches a year.
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Education in Hart County is good with 8 public schools with 244 teachers and 3,497 students. Evening classes for adults is offered at Hart County High School, North Georgia Technical College, and Truett-McConnell College at Cleveland, Colleges and Universities are in commuting distance at: Clemson University at Clemson, SC (43 miles) with 16,876 students, Emmanuel College at Franklin Springs (20 miles) with 850 students, and Athens Technical College and the University of Georgia at Athens (41 miles) with 32,941 students.