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Overall, 84 percent of the county's fifth graders met or exceeded the standards set forth in the test.
President Mr. Richard Chinen to Officially Invite Walton High School’s Marching Raider Band to March in the 126th Tournament of Roses Parade
Registered enrollment numbers were higher than estimated, but the actual student head count has fallen within predicted levels.
A new study by WalletHub ranks Georgia as the state with the highest dropout rate.
Federal officials say that the state can ignore some parts of the law because it is beneficial to students.
The coach's hiring at South Cobb High School was rescinded amid allegations of racism.
The state's sales tax holiday is great for back-to-school essentials. It runs through midnight on Saturday.
The simulation comes in advance of the first day of classes on Monday.
The 2014-15 school year begins soon for Cobb County students.
The school district is making strides to modernize and retrofit its fleet of diesel-burning school buses to reduce pollution.
Richmont Graduate University will move its national headquarters to the Cobb site once work on the building is completed.
Three public hearings, two of which will take place this week, will be held on the proposed property tax increase before it can go into effect.
It’s summer, and kids thoughts turn to mush, some proponents of a year-round calendar for America’s public school students argue. But is that the only way to increase U.S. students’ gl
Melissa Danner and Sunderland Williams of Cobb Schools, and Georgia Maczko, Jr., and Kristin Runnion of Marietta City Schools were among the 24 educators statewide who earned the “Master T
A list of valedictorians and salutatorians who had the highest grade point averages of their respective senior classes.
The 2013-14 school year is coming to a close in Cobb.
There are changes to immunization and screening requirements for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. Come get information on the changes and catch up on needed vaccinations.
Both seniors made the cut of semifinalists by demonstrating outstanding academic achievement, leadership, citizenship, service, and contribution to school and community.
Commencement ceremonies will take place from May 21-24.
It's Teacher Appreciation Week! What do you want to say to that educator who meant the most to you? To the teacher who makes your child's year the best ever?