Paulding County's Lady Patriots Headed to State. Team photos provided by Michael Catoe.
For the first time in school history the East Paulding Men’s Tennis Team are 5AAAAA Region Champions! The team is coached by John Sartain. Congratulations!!
Patriots close out Boys Soccer on a positive note, Patriot Benjamin Butler fires his second of two goals scored against Darlington in a 3-0 victory. (photo credit: Michael Catoe)
The Spartans went on to win 18-7 and continue their bid for a playoff birth. Baseball Action SPHS 18 - PCHS 7
The Lady Patriots tuned up their scoring legs and defeated Darlington 7-0 in preparation for their upcoming playoff game. Lady Patriots scored numerous times against the Darlington team.
The South Paulding Spartans advance to Sweet 16 (2nd round) in the State Playoffs in Boys Tennis for the second consecutive year. The team placed 4th in Region 5 AAAAA.
Hiram High School Scholarship Signings April 2016. Congratulations Signees!
Three NPHS Students were selected to be Young Mentors at the Georgia 2016 Trout Camp. The students are D.J. Drain, Camron Furr, and Hunter Pittman. The three pupils are all former graduates of Trout Camp.
Our 2016 Golf Classic will be held at the Frog Golf Club. It will be held Saturday, May 21st. Registration is at 12 noon and shotgun start is at 1 PM. Individual and foursomes available. For any questions or further information please contact us at >
Cadets and Cadre from Hiram High School JROTC Stinger Battalion deliver a plaque thanking “Happy Hawg” of Hiram for their support in providing donated meals for students throughout the year.
Dallas Elementary School competed in the Regional Science Olympiad Competition at Woodland High School. Out of 19 schools participating, The Dallas Elementary FLASH Squad, placed 12th.
Paulding County Teachers and KSU Teacher Candidates present at The 2016 National Science Teachers Conference in Nashville, TN. Their presentation was an overview of how Family Nights for P.C. Elementary Schools.
GHC tells students to say goodbye to expensive textbooks with recent switchover to free Open Educational Resources. Say so long to those expensive textbooks, says Georgia Highlands College. Almost half a million dollars’ worth of student savings was yielded for Fall 2015..
Georgia Highlands College was named among the top in the nation in the 2015 Collegiate Advertising Awards program. The Collegiate Advertising Awards (CAA) is an elite program recognizing higher education organizations for excellence in communications, marketing and advertising.