CCSD Graduation Rate Rises For Second Consecutive Year
The four-year graduation rate for Cobb County high schools increased to 76.5 percent in 2013, a half percentage point
improvement over the class of 2012 and 3.1 percent greater than in 2011. The Class of 2013 graduation rate for Cobb is five
percent greater than the improved state rate of 71.5 and remains higher than the rates for comparably-sized school systems
in the metro Atlanta area.
Vision 2026: School System Flexibility Options
Current Cobb County Kindergarten students will graduate in 2026. What will our schools look like then?
Will schools have the same structure that they do now? Will parents play a larger role in their local schools?
What about class sizes, finances, and school culture? All of these are considerations as the Cobb County School
District considers its options.
Five Cobb Title I Schools Rewarded For Progress Under New Accountability System
Five Cobb County schools were named Title I Reward Schools by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) as
part of the new state accountability system. Osborne High School, Campbell Middle School, Smitha Middle School,
Lindley 6th Grade Academy and Belmont Hills Elementary School are among the 10 percent of Title I schools statewide
that showed the greatest improvement in student performance over the past three years on state assessments.
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may be delivered shall make such designation in writing and shall immediately provide notice to any person upon request,
orally or in writing, of those open records officers. If the agency has elected to designate and open records officer,
the agency shall so notify the legal organ of the county in which the agency’s principal offices reside and, if the
agency has a website, shall also prominently display such designation on the agency’s website.” The Open Records Officer
for CCSD is: Jay Dillon, Director of Communications, Cobb County School District. 514 Glover Street, Marietta, GA
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