The King Springs Foundation recently awarded its second annual Linda B. Keeney Scholarship for King Springs Alumni to Campbell High School senior, Spencer Ford.Read More
Prior to walking across the stage and turning their tassels at their graduations, seniors across the Cobb County School District returned to where is all started—their elementary schools.
Having served at South Cobb for more than a decade, Bryd may be one of the best to describe the work of the principal, school staff, maintenance department, the community partners, and students to make South Cobb what it is today.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently announced the 55th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics, the arts and career, and technical education fields.
As the more than 8,000 Cobb County School District graduates walk across the stage this week, a record 94% of graduates who have been enrolled with Cobb since their freshmen year are graduating on time….
The Cobb County School District, along with Marietta City Schools and the Cobb School Counseling Association recently joined together to recognize the dedicated school counselors who play a significant role in student success.
Each year Campbell High School and Pope High School students work together in the spring to build a Habitat for Humanity house over nine weeks.
The Georgia Department of Education recently recognized 19 Cobb County School District seniors as 2018 Georgia Scholars, which is an increase over last year.
Earlier today, the Cobb County School District Board of Education approved the Fiscal Year 2020 budget, which prioritizes students and staff.
As a way to celebrate the excellence of Cobb students, educators, and community partners, Cobb Schools recently hosted the second annual Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) Awards Night at McEachern High School.