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On May 2, CCHS hosted the first annual powderpuff games.
On Wednesday, May 1, the CCHS boy’s varsity soccer team won against East Paulding High School 5-1 in the first round of the state soccer tournament.
On April 5, the tenth annual Youth Step Show was held at the Classic Center.
The CCHS Varsity Girls won against Cedar Shoals High School 1-0 while the Varsity Boys lost 4-5 in overtime.
The CCHS Gladiators fall short to the Madison County Red Raiders 6-3.
Photos taken during a CCHS Varsity Soccer game against Central Gwinnett on February 20, 2013.
When we send off our magazine on time, fun things happen like Deadline Pride. When fun things like Deadline Pride occur, things like the Harlem Shake happen in room 114.
Photos from the 2012 Classic City Championship played at Cedar Shoals High School
Clarke Central High School lost 24-13 to the Flowery Branch High School Falcons at home on Oct. 26.
During the week of Oct. 8-12, Clarke Central High School celebrated Banned Book Week, which has encouraged students and teachers to read books banned by schools and libraries for the past 30 years.
Clarke Central High School won 37-0 against the Salem High School Seminoles in the 2012 homecoming football game.
Photos of spirit week leading up to Friday night’s game against Salem High School.
Photos from the CCHS vs. Loganville High School football game.
Photos of the Marist at CCHS football game.
Forty-eight states, including Georgia, have recently signed on to the new curriculum known as the Common Core State Standards. These standard will increase the learning levels required for math and English classes.
See if you were SCENE! by one of our photographers today.
The first call to a 911 operator in the Trayvon Martin murder came in on Feb. 26 from George Zimmerman, a self-appointed neighborhood watchman from Sanford, FL.
Clarke Central High School is celebrating the use and importance of technology with Teen Tech Week.
The top eateries for every couple as chosen by CCHS students and the ODYSSEY staff