The Tim B. Clower Scholarship was created in honor of former GreyStone Power President/CEO Tim Clower due to his dedication and advocacy for higher education. The GreyStone Power’s Operation Round Up program presented scholarships to two exceptionally dedicated technical college students annually. After a thorough evaluation of dozens of applicants, Jeason Jaddoo and Kimberly Chilcutt were chosen as recipients of these scholarships.
Hayden Swank is a 16-year-old race car driver who has just been selected for the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program and will race for Rev Racing this summer in Atlanta and Charlotte.
On Tuesday, May 8, 2018, ten South Paulding High School students participated in the Georgia Future Educators signing day. Each of these students has been accepted into college and plan to pursue teaching as a profession.
Congratulations to Jonn “Jack” Geiman who was awarded the 8th annual Zachary Williamson Memorial Scholarship. Jack is a senior graduating this year from North Paulding High Schools Class of 2018 in Paulding County, GA.
Georgia Highlands College Paulding Site provides all the resources and the structure needed for students to "Learn how to become a successful college student". William Evans becomes First Paulding County African American Male Dual Enrollment Graduate.
The Foundation’s 2018 recipient is Uchechukwu Nkenke. Uchechukwu is a member of Christ Anglican Church. Her hobbies include soccer and crochet. She will be attending UGA in the Fall and will major in Biochemistry with a minor in Business.
The North Paulding baseball team was eliminated from the state playoffs by the Hawks of Mill Creek High School as they lost a doubleheader on Wednesday by scores of 6-4 and 5-2 in Gwinnett County.
Congratulations South Paulding High School Students for your scholastic accomplishments and the best to you at College. Congratulations to the teaching staff for this year's signees.
These Hiram Elementary athletes were raring to go to the Track and Field events of this year's Special Olympics. We had more athletes competing than ever before. Their day started out with a send-off by all of the Hiram Elementary staff and students.
Chattahoochee Tech honored 445 students from the state’s largest technical college during two commencement ceremonies held on Thursday, May 10, at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville. Students from 45 programs of study in the college’s six-county service area crossed the stage to receive a technical certificate of credit, diploma or an Associate of Applied Science degree.
East Paulding Girls Soccer standouts, Lauren Bergevine and Morgan Gramling, earned All-Region Honors by the GHSA. The Raider Juniors were presented with their awards at a banquet.
After defeating Walton in round one in Marietta the Pack traveled to Coweta County and faced the Newnan Cougars on their home turf. Unphased, the Pack dismantled the Cougars 12-0 and 6-4 in a double-header.
Hiram High School Career & Technical Instruction (CTI) members attended the Annual Georgia CTI Leadership Conference on April 11-13, 2018 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center located in Eatonton, Georgia.
Paulding County Schools recently integrated a new pathway into the curriculum- Audio, Video, Technology, & Film due to Atlanta’s influx of job opportunities in the film industry. Hiram High School is one of the three schools in the county to offer the program, led by instructor Charlotte Holmes.