Cobb Schools to Host Graduation Ceremonies for 8,000+ Students 

The Cobb County School District’s 17 high schools will hold commencement ceremonies for more than 8,000 students next week. Cobb Horizon High School, which opened in August 2018, will kick off graduation week with ceremony on Monday, May 20.   

Kell High School and South Cobb High School graduates will walk on Tuesday, May 21 while Osborne High School, Wheeler High School, and Pebblebrook High School students will participate in their commencement celebrations on Wednesday, May 22.   

McEachern High School, North Cobb High SchoolLassiter High School, and Hillgrove High School will turn their tassels on Thursday, May 23Allatoona High School, Walton High SchoolHarrison High School, and Pope High School will march in ceremonies on Friday, May 24. 

Campbell High SchoolKennesaw Mountain High School, and Sprayberry High School will wrap up graduation week on Saturday, May 25. 

The majority of the schools will hold the events at the KSU Convocation Center. Wheeler, McEachern, and Allatoona high schools will host ceremonies on their school campuses, and Cobb Horizon’s will be at the Lassiter High School Concert Hall.   

The exact schedule of the commencement ceremonies is available on the school district website: The webpage includes information about each school’s ceremony and venue information, including directions and parking information. There will also be a link to access the live Internet broadcasts of the ceremonies and details about how to order DVDs of the ceremonies.  

Information about the success of Cobb’s Class of 2019 will be available soon.