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Golden Knights Hail From the Sky into Grisham Stadium

They came down from the sky and the crowd roared with excitement. This happened...

Jim Borders, Class of ’79, Joins Ranks Of Distinguished Alumni

A high-profile developer who has garnered success in Atlanta and beyond still holds dear his connection to his alma mater and hometown. Jim Borders...

CES Teacher Cox Named State STEM Scholar

A Carrollton Elementary School third grade teacher who established a classroom program she playfully dubbed "Herb-onomics" is among 23 Georgia educators named 2019 Georgia...

Carrollton High School Girls Trio Captures State Title

The Carrollton High School Girls Trio brought home a state title from the AAAAA Literary competition at Buford High School Saturday while the performances...

Prevention, Care Keep Carrollton Athletes in Top Form

CARROLLTON, GA – With heightened attention on safety concerns involving high school sports, the need for athletic trainers is more pronounced than ever, prompting...

Announcement for Candidacy: Chair of Carroll County Board of Commissioners

A Carroll County commissioner with a strong business background has announced her intentions to seek election to serve the county as chair, a post...

Carrollton High Crowned 2018 GHSA 5A State Cheerleading Champions

The Carrollton High School cheerleading team captured back-to-back state championships and its seventh state title overall Saturday at the Georgia High School Association (GHSA)...

School Resource Officers Protect, Build Relationships

CARROLLTON, GA – They’re out and about every school day canvassing the campus, executing their duties with professional skill and diligence. As official patrol...

Carrollton City Schools Top Finalist in Best Places to Work Recognition

  Carrollton City Schools was named a first place finalist in the Atlanta Business Chronicle's Best Places to Work program at a recognition ceremony held...

Stream Restoration Project Provides Students Unique Career Exposure

Visitors to the Carrollton City Schools campus over the past few years may have noticed some unusual activity around Buffalo Creek and its tributaries...