2022 Charter System of the Year

2022 Calhoun High School Homecoming Court

2022 Calhoun High School Homecoming Court

2022 Honor Graduates

CCS Continues to Earn Exemplary Board of Education Status

Calhoun High School Class of 2022

Excellence in Academics, Arts and Athletics

Calhoun City Schools is a proud recipient of the 2020 GSBA Leading Edge Award

College and Career Academy of the Year Nominee

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Ranked 5th BEST School District in the State - Niche.com

Seniors

Distinguished Title I School of Excellence!

Charter System of Choice - 23% Out of District Enrollment

Charter System of Choice - 23% Out of District Enrollment

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US News and World Report Best Schools in the Nation List

 

Calhoun City Schools continues to be at the forefront of educational innovation and flexibility, embracing new education delivery models to ensure that every student has access to opportunity and success.

 


 

Calhoun City Schools Named Georgia’s 2022 Charter System of the Year

Calhoun City Schools continues to be at the forefront of educational innovation and flexibility, embracing new education delivery models to ensure that every student has access to opportunity and success.

The Charter System of the Year Award recognizes a system that has demonstrated excellence in leadership, governance, partnerships and achievement. 

 


 

Calhoun Middle School Named School Governance Team of the Year 2022

Calhoun City Schools plays an instrumental role in the charter system community by mentoring other charter systems while encouraging their own teachers, parents, and community members to actively participate in school level governance.

CCS promotes meaningful partnerships with business, civic organizations, and institutions of higher education and have improved academic achievement and student success.

 


 

Crayons to Careers Initiatives

Calhoun City Schools utilizes the flexibility of its charter status to redefine the classroom where space and time constraints no longer inhibit students' learning environments.

Innovations such as the transition to Media College and Career Centers in all of the school libraries, provide tools and resources to develop creativity, innovation and problem solving. This initiative fuses literacy, STEM and makerspace mindsets into one dynamic hub for learning in all grades P-12.

 


 

Of Georgia’s 180 school systems, 48 have been approved as Charter Systems by the State Board of Education. Georgia Charter Systems have proven effective in addressing the specific and unique needs of individual school systems, embarking on new relationships between each board of education and their communities.  

 


 

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