World-class learning that prepares students for success in college, careers and civic life.
The annual Rising Professionals event for students allows high school students to attend breakout sessions covering a variety of employability and life skills.
Brookwood School is eligible to apply for the prestigious honor of a National ESEA Title 1 Distinguished School, based on its ranking in the top 5 percent on the single 2018 CCRPI score.
Ott was one of ten teachers selected out of 100 candidates across the country to serve as a climate change ambassador for the National Center for Science Education.
Jennifer Phinney, director of school support, was awarded the Junior Achievement Northwest Georgia Educator of the Year.
On February 25, the Translation Academy at Morris Innovative High School was recognized at the Georgia State Capitol for their work in the community.
Wes Phinney was named the 2019 Theater Educator of the Year at the Georgia Thespians Conference.
Senior Jackson Wright was named as the STAR Student for Dalton High School and selected social studies teacher Michael Coulter as his influential STAR Teacher.
The Rainbow Unicorns team is practicing their presentation on their "No Bakey Shakey Blankie" invention before the time comes to present at Georgia Tech's K-12 InVenture Prize Competition in March.
Most would agree the world needs a little more kindness. And, maybe that kindness should start on the elementary school playground.