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.
North Advances, the Wolf Pack easily handled Campbell in round 1 winning 11-0 and 11-1 at home. The competition ramps up this week as the Wolf Pack travel to #3 Walton this week. Photo: The Wolfpack duo of Mitchell Heer and Zach Maxwell shut down the Campbell Spartans last week. They will rely on them heavily this week against a tough Walton Raider squad in Marietta.
South Paulding advanced to round 2 of the State playoffs by sweeping Habersham Central in round 1 winning 7-6 and 6-1. The Spartans will travel to Harrison in round 2 this week. Photos: Justin England delivers in game 1 and got the win. Will Antunez is mobbed by teammates as he got the game-winning hit in game 1.
GHC has been highlighted for having one of the best online associate degree options in Georgia by SR Education Group. The education research publisher recently released its first-ever online rankings categorized by the state on their website: GuidetoOnlineSchools.com.
East Paulding Girls Soccer lost to Decatur 3-0 in the state 7-5A playoffs on Tuesday, ending a special season for the Lady Raiders. Highly-skilled and well-coached, Decatur pressed East all game long. EP Keeper Mackenzie Dykes made a handful of terrific saves to keep East within striking distance, but for the first time all season, East was not able to find the net.
Paulding County Lady Patriots ended their regular season this week, the 11 Seniors on this Varsity team celebrate moving on to state playoffs once again. For these girls, this is the 3rd time in the last 4 years they have reached this goal.
East Paulding girls soccer finished out the regular season with a 10-0 win over Lithia Springs and a loss to McEachern, 4-3. East takes their 12-5-2 record to the State Playoffs when they travel to Decatur High on Tuesday.
The Lady Raiders notched 7th shutout of the season while running their undefeated streak to 8 games. The Raiders finished Region play with a 6-2 record, tied for second place in Region 7-5A. Overall the team is 10-4-2 with two games remaining.