The cheerleaders of PCHS have still transformed into superheroes for the day. As a part of Cape Day to support Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, they began a coin drive to raise money to help children fighting illnesses, and on October 21, came to school dressed in their superhero capes.
A history making year for South Paulding High School Volleyball! Captains Ali Dorris and Cyndal Littrell lead the Lady Spartans to their first State Playoffs since the opening of the school.
Hiram High School Career and Technical Instruction (CTI) members attended the annual Georgia CTI Fall Rally on October 12, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia.
Youth from the South Paulding High School chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) recently participated in a motivational rally at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia. Over 4,700 students and advisers from schools across Georgia participated in the leadership rally.
Hiram High School Homecoming Freshman Princess Kayla Hulsey,Sophomore Princess Lydia Kinney,Queen Zaria Smith, King C.J. Felder, Junior Princess Caitlyn Santiago.
The Wolfpack travelled to #10 ranked North Cobb to face a strong Warrior team coming off a near upset of McEachern last week. Both teams came out ready to rumble trading the ball back and forth until..
The South Paulding Spartans pull out a win against the New Manchester Jaguars this past Friday night. The Spartans took their first win of the season in a hard fought game from both teams. The Spartan’s scored first with a TD from #42 Jarek Gibbons to take a 6-0 lead early in the first quarter.
The Hiram Hornets volleyball team hosted the Locust Grove Wildcats in the first round of the state playoffs. Hiram was the number 2 seed from Area 7 (5A) and the visitors from Henry County were the number 3 seed from their region 4.
The Hiram Hornets came into the game hoping to get back on the winning track against a traditional powerhouse in Georgia high school football. The 8th ranked Carrollton Trojans made the trip up highway 61 with other plans on their mind.
Monthly Character Education Winners for Poole Elementary. Our monthly character education program recognizes monthly winners. This past month’s character education word was Patriotism.
North Paulding students in Mr. Rodney Tumlin’s AP Environmental Science class paddled an eight mile section of the Etowah River. Students were able to identify various sources of point source and non-point source pollution that occur along this stretch of river.
The South Paulding Spartan’s continue to struggle threw the season with a 55-7 loss to the Langston Hughes Panthers. From the opening kick off to the end of the game the Spartan’s could not get anything to go their way. The team has stayed positive and worked together as a young team to try and get better.
Evan Connelly Story: Evan Connelly is a 12 year old boy who loves baseball, football and the Georgia Bulldogs. Evan was recently diagnosed with a form of Lymphoma. He began his battle last week, and through the grace of God has responded well to treatment.
The Wolfpack finally returned to the den beginning their region play against the Hillgrove Hawks. North having a record of 5-0 and ranked 10th in AAAAAAA football and Hillgrove with a 2-3 record.