Thanks to Cobb’s dual enrollment program, students can “Move on When Ready.” Attend the summit to learn more.
The Powers Ferry Family Math Night gave students an opportunity to put their math skills to work in the real world.
In the Cobb County School District, educators work as one team to prepare digital age learners for success with the help of classroom resources, data-driven instruction, access to digital resources outside of the classroom, and by promoting digital citizenship.
Cobb’s magnet programs allow students to pursue their interests, develop their talents, and extend their competencies beyond the usual scope of high school. September offers the opportunity for parents and students to learn about all…
Cobb County is one of the most diverse counties in the nation, with a large transient population and new residents moving into the metro area every day.
The Lassiter High School volleyball team held the school’s fourth annual Powderpuff fundraiser event to raise money for Talk About Curing Autism (TACA). This year, members of the Cobb County Police and Cobb County School…
The Cobb County School District is among the most diverse; racially, ethnically, linguistically, religiously, and socio-economically. Our district also manages a high transiency rate of more than 20%.
Students who need glasses but don’t have them are more likely to become distracted in class, according to Brumby’s school counselor.
The Cobb County School District recently presented 16 teachers with the Cobb STEM Distinguished Educator Award. “This program is designed to recognize exceptional K-12 teachers in our district who have made a commitment to meaningfully…
Note: The following photos were taken at the Cobb County School Board Meeting on August 16, 2018. Chief of Staff Dr. Kevin Daniel presented these students and staff to the Board for special recognition. Excerpts from the recognition announcements are included with the photos below.