Paulding County student, Alyssa Jones, to receive a prestigious scholarship. Jones, a 2018 graduating student of South Paulding High School, was one of only seven students to receive the annual Student of Integrity Scholarship presented by The Center for Character Ethics.
East Senior Abby Miller ended her high school career in style, netting two second-half goals to lead the way. Junior Lauren Bergevine opened the scoring a minute before halftime to put the Lady Raiders on the board. Goalkeeper Miyana Mondesir made an outstanding second half save, reaching high to deflect a shot over the frame and preserve the shutout.
The South Paulding Spartans season came to a close on Friday night as they fell to the Harrison Hoyas of Kennesaw by losing both games of a doubleheader in the first round of the state playoffs, The hosting Spartans had game one in hand but yielded 5 runs to the Hoyas in the 7th inning to lose 9-5.
Hiram Elementary School is proud to announce that Mrs. Nikki Stewart is our 2017-18 Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Stewart has been a community member of Paulding County since birth. She knew she wanted to become a teacher since she was 4 years old. After attending Paulding County schools.
The SPHS girls tennis team has made history for their school after winning the region tournament this year. The girls, coached by Michaela Hicks and Emily Rampley, finished undefeated in region play.
Here are a few action shots from state playoff match against Dalton. Spartans achieved a 3-2 victory in round 1 of the State playoffs against Dalton.
The Junior Spartans Lay Claim To Feeder Team Championship. Spartans win the 10-5 victory over the Patriots. Congratulations to both squads on a great season.
The Paulding County Lady Patriots soccer team closed out their season on the pitch last week with a 3-1 loss to Sandy Creek in a non-region affair. The defending region 5 5-A champions lost 8 Seniors from last years squad and this season was a rebuilding process as the Patriots were 3-5 in region play.
The South Paulding Spartans baseball team garnered the #2 seed in region 5(6A) and will host Harrison on Thursday in a doubleheader and play Friday if necessary. The Spartans finished the regular season 14-2 in region play.
DECA’s high school membership is now over 220,000. Approximately 19,300 students, advisors, business partners, and volunteers attended the 72nd and largest annual DECA International Career Development Conference held in Atlanta, GA at the Georgia World Congress Center and Mercedes Benz Stadium on April 21-24, 2018.
The North Paulding Lady Wolfpack Soccer Team enters into their 8th consecutive State Playoff appearance in 2018. North will take on the GA State Powerhouse Walton Raiders in the first round of the Playoffs.
Students in Ms. Holbrook’s 2nd-grade class celebrated military children and families in our schools on Thursday, April 26th. Several children in the class have parents who have served, and Ms. Holbrook’s son, Airman Mason W.Goodroe currently serves in the USAF.
Hiram High School celebrates as high school seniors sign athletic scholarships as they prepare for college. Audrick Pyronneau, Darius Johnson, and Carissa Carson signed scholarships.
Students from Paulding, Bartow, and Polk counties and Rome City schools participated in a day full of science-based competition on Saturday, April 14th. Abney Elementary's "Cranium Krushers" Science Olympiad team did a fantastic job in the events.