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CHS among most challenging high schools in nation

Once again, Carrollton High School is ranked among the most challenging high schools in the nation by the Washington Post, which released its 2017 list this spring. For the seventh consecutive year, CHS was noted for providing rigorous opportunities for…

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Fitz-Simons named CHS athletic director

A Carrollton High School administrator with a deep understanding of high school sports has been promoted to athletic director of Carrollton High School. The Carrollton Board of Education formally approved the transfer of CHS Assistant Principal and CTAE Director Paul…

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17 CHS students plan to enter military following graduation

Seventeen Carrollton High School students have committed to a military career as their post-secondary option, the largest class of CHS students in recent years who elected to serve their country following graduation. CHS principal David Brooks said technical school and…

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Graduation handbook for 2017 published

The Carrollton Class of 2017 will graduate on Friday, May 19, at 8 p.m. in Grisham Stadium. Click here to review the graduation handbook.

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Five CHS students named Governor’s Honors finalists

Five Carrollton High School nominees cleared the state selection process to be named finalists for the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program, an elite honor by any measure. The Governor’s Honors Program, known as GHP, is a four-week residential summer program for…

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CHS posts highest graduation rate in 3 years

Carrollton High School posted its highest graduation rate in the past three years at 91.3 percent, an accomplishment that demonstrates the school’s focus on ensuring all students have the resources – and support – to earn a high school diploma….

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Water Bill Roundup supports our schools

Those of you who have been in the Carrollton area for quite a while may remember when the City of Carrollton’s Water Department rounded up water bills with proceeds supporting the Carrollton City Schools Education Foundation. Well, It’s back! Here…

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