North Paulding High School Wolfpack and Head Coach Jim Bob Bryant were presented the revolving “Battle” trophy on August 23 rd with a true rivalry battle. This game did not disappoint with PCHS leading 17-14 going into halftime. The Wolfpack team came on strong in the second half with big plays to allow them to pull ahead and secure the “w”! North Paulding ended winning the “Battle” with the final score being 56-24.
The East Paulding Fastpitch Booster Board, Coaching Staff, and Athletic Department hosted owner of JCW Contracting, Joe Woods, Sunday afternoon to cut the ribbon on our new scoreboard. The East Paulding Fastpitch Booster Club raised part of the funds through an email campaign fundraiser (big THANK YOU to our players, their families and friends) and Joe matched us, making the new scoreboard a reality.
The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation Board of Trustees welcomed new Board members Arne Irwin, Daniel Jape, Henry Molinet and Megan Richards Flores at the quarterly meeting of the Board held Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Yanmar Evo Center in Acworth.
The Chattahoochee Technical College Welding & Joining Technology program is not just for men. Chattahoochee Tech students Sarah Macedo, Katarina Highley-Sowers, and Ceason Eisele, who are enrolled in this program at the college’s Paulding Campus, demonstrate that this profession is for women too.
For the past 16 years, The Dr. Jim Goodman Memorial Scholarship board has been awarding scholarships to some of the best and brightest students in West Georgia. This year is no different. The following women were awarded $1000 scholarships to help further their pursuit of higher education.
Chattahoochee Technical College Board of Directors Chairman Mark Haney, Senior VP of Construction and Real Estate for WellStar Health System, hosted a meeting of the college’s Board of Directors on Tuesday, June 11, at the WellStar Health System Development Center.
The Georgia Highlands College nursing program has been ranked number two in the nation for paramedics looking to expand their careers by becoming a registered nurse. RegisteredNursing.org, an organization based out of California, awarded GHC’s program the second-place spot in its 2019 Best Paramedic to RN Programs list.
The Lady Wolf Pack lacrosse team fell to perennial power Milton from North Fulton 21-1 in Dallas to halt their history-making run as a semi-finalist in the State Playoffs.
Chattahoochee Technical College honored more than 400 students who petitioned to graduate from the state’s largest technical college in two commencement ceremonies held on Thursday, May 16, at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville. Crossing the stage to receive associate degrees, diplomas and technical certificates of credit were 200 graduates representing more than 30 programs of study.
Abney Elementary 3rd through 5th graders attended Career Crew which is a monthly after-school club. East Paulding High School (EPHS) students visited Abney to share knowledge of their high school career pathways and related careers. Abney students also learned employability skills and participated in many fun group activities.
Chattahoochee Technical College supporters gathered for the inaugural Spark Workforce Awards event hosted by the Chattahoochee Tech Foundation on Wednesday, May 8, at the Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre in Marietta. “Through their support of Chattahoochee Technical College, these individuals and organizations are helping to build a thriving workforce in our community.”
The GHSA 7-5A "Region Player of Year" was awarded to East Paulding Girls Soccer standout Lauren Bergevine and East's Kim Black picked up her first All-Region selection at a banquet on Thursday.
Hiram High School is proud to announce another signing day for our athletic students. We are always very excited to see the academic opportunities rewarded to our young athletes for their hard work and dedication. Sincerely wish you the best as you move forward to pursue higher education.
Recently, Environmental Science students from North Paulding High School conducted a campus cleanup in celebration of Earth Day. Students filled over 50 large bags with trash. They also found an old grill, chairs, buckets, foam blocks and more.