Tranquil Academy (1835)

Tranquil Academy, which later became Tranquil Institute, was incorporated at Flemington, by the General Assembly in 1835. Its first trustees were Robert Quarterman, Ezra Stacy, Simon Alexander Fraser, and William J. Way.

In 1875 the Georgia Department of Education said that Tranquil Academy had one teacher, 19 pupils, and the monthly tuition rate was not recorded.