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Monday, May 13, 2013 Announcements for Monday, May 13, 2013 Seniors: Please check the attachment for important information regarding graduation. All graduating seniors need to see Mrs. Lee during their lunch or on their way to or from the Career Academy either Monday or Tuesday, the 13th or 14th. She will be outside of the [...]
The CCHS Swag Step team talk about their experiences stepping and performing.
By MAKAYLA RICHARDS - Web Staff By SAM THOMPSON - Web Staff Sam Thompson speaks of his views on the Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA. More from Makayla Richards More from Sam Thompson
Georgia Virtual School, an independent study program, grants middle and high school students the opportunity to take a class via online rather than a traditional classroom setting.
Prom is season is here. What are your expectations for prom this year?
Tribute runs to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing are being organized across the country.
After acquiring ten tardies, students sit in the empty Miller Jordan Food Court, heads down, listening to the security officer read the tardy policy and counting the minutes until they are released.
This year Clarke County School District has implemented net books into the system.
By MAKAYLA RICHARDS – Web Staff On Friday April 6, Clarke Central High School students, faculty and locals gathered at the CCHS track to honor and raise money for CCHS senior Grace Byrne. The estimated amount of money that was raised is $6000. More from Makayla Richards
The Oct. 2009 ODYSSEY Newsmagazine featured a story on legendary Clarke Central High School football coach Billy Henderson’s tribute. Four years later, Henderson faces major medical issues and will benefit from the fundraising efforts of his former students, players and members of the Athens community. Front page image courtesy of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Clarke Central Class of 1988 graduate Chuck Smith paid a visit to the New Gym on March 21 to speak with freshmen health and physical education classes about personal success.
On Friday, March 8, students and teachers gathered in E.B. Mell auditorium to celebrate Black History Month at CCHS.
The Athens-Clarke County Library is in the final stages of renovation.
Clarke Central High School Principal Dr. Robbie P. Hooker has been selected by the Georgia Association of Secondary Principals as a potential recipient of the 2013 Georgia Principal of the Year Award.
Clarke Central High School freshman Sara Tonks is an ametuer film maker and founded the Cinematography Club earlier this year.
The Sept. 2006 ODYSSEY Newsmagazine featured a cover story on then newly hired head football coach Leroy Ryals. Seven years later, Ryals has resigned from CCHS to assume the head coaching position at Thomasville High School in Thomasville, Ga.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is a test to evaluate one’s personal skills and abilities. Many people, however, look at it as only a test for people interested in entering the Military.
The End-of-Course remediation system, implemented at Clarke Central High School in the spring of the 2011-12 school year, allows students who failed an EOCT the chance to retake it for a higher final class average.
Clarke Central High School senior Carver Goodhue has been announced as the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition student by scoring the highest score on the SAT in a single seating for the class of 2013.
As Clarke Central High School counselor Toawondia Underwood took on her fourth year at Clarke Central High School, and her twelfth year in counseling, the Clarke County School District chose to honor her as the first ever high school faculty recipient of the Counselor of the Year award.