New Homes in Pooler
Established in 1838, Pooler was a train stop during the Civil War and served as a camp for Gen. Sherman before he moved into Savannah. Post-Civil War, free lots were given to builders for new homes and neighborhoods were established. After the turn of the 20th Century, Pooler was incorporated and the town began to flourish. Today, the area abounds with banks, retail establishments, schools, churches and new home communities and is the center for commercial development in West Chatham County.
Chatham County Schools
Children attend Chatham County Schools – a district whose mission is to ignite a passion for learning and teaching at high levels to prepare all students for productive futures.
In addition to 50 elementary, middle and high schools, there are specialty programs and alternative education centers.