The PC Pride, 10U travel team made it all the way to the finals and placed 2nd. The PC Pistols, 10U Recreation All Star team finished in fourth place.
The Associate of Science in Nursing program at Chattahoochee Technical College recently received initial accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Which validates the quality and caliber of the nursing program.
Georgia Highlands College kicked off the summer with another significant jump in enrollment. Those classes will be coming to an end within the next few weeks with a noticeable increase over last year’s summer semester numbers.
Madison Johnson From Paulding Gymnastics and Legacy Allstars is heading to Shorter University this fall on a cheerleading Scholarship. Great job and keep up the hard work Madison.
The South Paulding High School Spartan Battalion Color Guard presented the colors to open the Rome Braves game on Monday July 4, Independence Day.
Georgia Highlands College is inviting visitors to explore its new website highlands.edu, which was launched the first week of July. The new website has an uncluttered design, improved functionality and content focused on GHC’s mission to provide Northwest Georgia.
Chattahoochee Technical College financial aid administrators acquire a wealth of knowledge after completing the Southern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators New Aid Officers Workshop in Jacksonville, Ala.
1 in 5 students went hungry in the last month, and one in 10 students has been homeless. GHC is working to combat this with its own Charger Food Pantry. Since March, over 170 bags of food have been distributed to students in need at all of GHC’s locations.
Gabriella Rucker, a 10 year old 5th grader at WC Abney Elementary School, became a Ga. State Finalist in the National American Miss Jr. Pre Teen Pageant. This past weekend of Jun 30th-Jul 2nd.
Hometown champ! Once again Kyle Cline has shocked the USA wrestling circuit dominating in the Olympic styles.
Dallas Tigers 11U Baseball Team Travels to Bring Awareness to Veteran Suicide. Team, players, coaches and families traveled to 9 cities, 2 states, a total of 660 miles; bringing awareness to Veteran Suicide.
This year’s Wesley Rakestraw Memorial Scholarship was presented to Miss Taylor Hulsey. Taylor graduated from PCHS and will head to North Georgia college in the fall. She will work toward her degree in Regular/Special Early childhood Education.
2016 Paulding Retired Teachers Association: Scholarship Winners & PREA Members & Winners.