A constant champion of technical education in Georgia, Susan Stephens of Cartersville was presented with the Technical College Foundation Association 2017 Volunteer of the Year Award on Nov. 7th at the leadership conference of the Technical College System of Georgia.
Around 25 students took advantage of a college success workshop organized and led by Georgia Highlands College President Don Green. The four-week workshop took place at the beginning of the semester. Dean of Natural Science and Physical Education Greg Ford and Dean of Health Sciences Michelle Boyce also worked with the students.
Paulding County High School Patriots and Head Coach Van Spence was presented the revolving “Battle” trophy on November 3rd with a true rivalry battle until the final seconds of the game. East Paulding was driving to score and the clock ran out with them being on the 10-yard line.
New Hope Mavericks, Paulding county 10u champions! Finishing the season with a 12-0-1 record after winning the gold championship game Friday, November 3rd.
Georgia Highlands College has launched a new robotics program for middle school students called Charger Robotics. Students from fifth grade through eighth grade were formed together into teams and will compete in the upcoming 100 Scholars First Lego League Regional competition on December 16 at Atlanta Metropolitan State College.
This last weekend saw five teams from Paulding County taking to the fields of friendly strife to compete at the state raider team meet, which was held down at Spalding High school, south of Atlanta.
The Braves had a fantastic first season, lighting up the scoreboard with 96 runs in 10 games. The coaching staff would like to thank all the players and parents for their dedication all season long.
Chattahoochee Technical College’s Marketing Team was recently awarded three Medallion Awards from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations. The Medallion Awards recognize outstanding achievement in communications at community and technical colleges in District 2.
The North Paulding offensive line was a key factor in the Pack's win Friday night against Kennesaw Mountain, as they have been throughout the season. The Kennesaw Mountain varsity football team lost Friday's home conference game against North Paulding by a score of 31-28.
The Paulding County Patriots fell to 4-3 in region play as they traveled south to Carrollton and lost to the Trojans on Senior night at Grisham Stadium in front of a large crowd.
Carolyn Rowe retires October 31st from teaching over 30 years. She has been an incredible member of the New Georgia family for most of that time! Staff, students and the community will miss her very much!
Hiram Elementary Hornets participated in our annual Hiram Hustle recently. The students helped raise money for our PTA by using some athletic skill, endurance, and lots of fun.
Hiram High School played host to 20 Schools from throughout the Atlanta Metro Area and Alabama on Saturday 21 October for their annual JROTC Stinger Battalion Open Raider Challenge. Forty teams competed in five events designed to test cadet’s strength, agility, speed, stamina, endurance, and teamwork.
The Paulding Patriots improved to 4-4(4-2) on Homecoming with a convincing victory over the visiting Cass Colonels Friday night at Dave Hardin Stadium. The victory sets up the Patriots as controllers of their own destiny. The hopes of the playoffs will come down to the season-ending matchup against East Paulding.