Diamond Jordan, a senior at North Paulding High School, she was awarded the 2017 Glenda Thomason Memorial Scholarship.
Hiram HS’s Graci Mcrae signed a softball scholarship with Martin Methodist College
Congratulations to Sean Cheely who signed to play baseball with Chattanooga State Community College.
Chattahoochee Technical College instructor encouraged them to be the hero of their own lives and to have the courage to follow their heart.
Congratulations to Alex Prosser from East Paulding High School who signed a scholarship to play Baseball with Snead College.
Congratulations to Sarah Gilbrook who signed a scholarship to play Basketball and Lacrosse with LaGrange College.
CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT SEASON! BACK ROW: HUDSON WALL, TOM ACKERMAN, DRAKE WATSON, MASON DOBSON, ISAAC MULLINAX, RYLAN CHASTEEN, JAK JAK MATHNA, OWEN YARBROUGH, KAYDEN SPAYDE FRONT ROW: COACHES, JODY YARBROUGH, GLENN SPAYDE, SHANNON WATSON, JIM SMITH.
David Edward Reehl Jr, from Dallas, Georgia, graduated from the University of Georgia May 5 as A First Honor Graduate. He had a perfect 4.0 cumulative grade point average in all work attempted at UGA as well as all college-level transfer work prior to or following enrollment at the university.
Congratulations to James Steele III who was awarded the 7th annual Zachary Williamson Memorial Scholarship. James (Tripp) is a senior graduating this year from North Paulding High Schools Class of 2017 in Paulding County, GA.
East Paulding High School DECA delivered 10 Chad's Bracket wagons to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta - Egleston on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
Cameron Furr is one of 30 students from across the United States that was selected to attend this years Trout Unlimited Youth Leadership Summit in Michigan.
Congratulations to the New Georgia Elementary Students of the Month for April! These students show good citizenship in the classroom, school and their community.
The North Paulding Wolfpack’s season came to an end after dropping Game 3 of the 3rd Round State Playoff series to the Mill Creek Hawks. The two teams split the first two extra-inning games, with Mill Creek taking Game 1 5-3 in 8-innings, while the Pack outlasted the Hawks 2-0 in the nine-inning nightcap.
On Saturday the 13th, twenty four NPHS AP Environmental Science students and two teachers paddled a 9 mile stretch of the Etowah River from Euharlee Bridge to the Highway 411.