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
Awards & Honors
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.
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.
Last year, Green Acres Elementary School won first place in the Georgia Stock Market Game. This year, another Cobb school claimed the title.
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) recently announced the winners of the 2019 NSTA Teacher Awards program, which honors K–12 teachers, principals, professors and other science education professionals for their outstanding work and achievement in science education.
In May, a team of Walton High School students is headed to the National Invention Convention in Detroit, Michigan.
Beth Finnegan of Kennesaw Elementary was recently named the 2019 Cobb County Library Media Specialist of the Year.
As a result of the students’ hard work, dedication, and positive impact on the community, Osborne High School won the 2019 School of the Year Environmental Stewardship Award from Cobb County.
Demonstrating their literary mastery, the Walton High School Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl team recently claimed the title of State Champions.