Campbell’s International Baccalaureate Diploma pass rate for May 2014 is 98%
(Georgia is 59%; USA is 68%; World is 79%)

2015 Graduation Ceremony Information

Saturday, May 23rd at 10:00 a.m.
Kennesaw State University Convocation Center
Guests will enter the Convocation Center through the Atrium doors facing Kennesaw Hall (Building #1). 
Doors will open at 9:15 AM for general admission and
9:00 AM for handicap and elderly guest access.
All graduates and guests entering the Kennesaw State Convocation Center
must submit to a required bag check.


Summer Work

ELA Pre-course Reading List & Instructions    English Dialectical Journal Chart

Rising 9th Graders Math Packet

May 2015 IB/AP Exam Schedule

Monday, May 4th - Thursday, May 21st

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CHS Junior Ranked #1 in the US for Shot Put

Congratulations to our very own Isaiah Rogers a junior this year at CHS! He recently won the boys' shot put at the 2015 Simplot Games and is now ranked #1 in the United States and #5 in the World for shot put in his age category.


House Bill 91           

Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 91 into law on March 30, 2015. The law contains provisions for students no longer enrolled in the school system to petition the Local Board of Education for a diploma if their sole reason for not receiving a diploma was due to not passing any part of the required graduation tests at the time of enrollment. Please follow this link to access the Petition Form.

Class of 2016 Senior Portraits    


2015-16 School Choice

The Cobb County School District is again offering School Choice (HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the 2015-2016 school year. Individual school capacity information and applications will be available beginning February 1, 2015 on the District website. For more information, please see our 2015-16 School Choice webpage.

Campbell High School Receives RAMP Designation

Campbell High School will receive the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation during a special ceremony at the American School Counselor Association’s annual conference in Phoenix, Ariz. The schools will be honored on June 30 for making an exemplary commitment to comprehensive school counseling programs, ASCA officials announced today.

The RAMP designation, awarded to schools that align with the criteria set in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment. More than 550 schools have been designated as RAMP since the program’s inception.

Jill Cook, ASCA assistant director and RAMP coordinator, said this year’s recipients are to be commended for their dedication to serving all students and demonstrating how effective school counseling programs can make a difference in students’ lives.

“This year’s RAMP honorees have shown their commitment to students and the school counseling profession,” Cook said. “This designation distinguishes these schools and encourages school counselors nationwide to continue to strive for success.”


Campbell High School University of Kentucky Campus Visit Field Trip


A group of Campbell High School students visited the University of Kentucky. While there, they were able to learn about admissions, meet current students, attend a college fair, see performances by sororities, fraternities and vocal groups, tour the campus and visit the bookstore. They were also given t-shirts and backpacks. UK paid for everything, including the charter bus. Devan Brown has already been accepted and awarded a scholarship valued at $15,000 per year. Maylon Ellington, 2014 CHS graduate is also in the picture and he is a freshman there now, majoring in Chemical Engineering.

Seven French Students to Visit Two Georgia Schools

As part of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Georgia Department of Education and the Académie de Nancy-Metz, France, seven students will visit two Georgia schools from January 31-February 20, 2015. Four students will be at Centennial High School in Fulton County, and three students will be at Campbell High School in Cobb County. In order to be selected for this program, students had to have recommendations from their English teachers and principals and had to submit project proposals as part of a competition. There were over 120 applicants in the competition.

While here, the students will stay with host families, attend each day, and participate in family activities during the remaining time. In addition, the students will conduct research on their individual projects and must present their projects upon their return to France. The Georgia Department of Education would like to thank the administration, staff, students, and host families of Centennial High School and Campbell High School for providing this exciting opportunity for these seven students, and we welcome these students to Georgia and with them an excellent stay.

Campbell High School Wins the Greenopoly Game Contest


In the photo: Among the three winning teams’ members: (right to left) Christoph Sander, Consul General of Germany, Dr. Svetoslava Dimova, teacher of the winning students, and Iris Schultz, Advisor for Public Affairs in the German Consulate.


Campbell High’s IB French classes recently won not just first, but also second and third prize of the Greenopoly Board Game Contest sponsored by the German Consulate General in Atlanta in cooperation with the Georgia Department of Education.

The contest invited all Georgia students to study the environmental problems our society is facing today in the U.S. and abroad, and to come up with creative solutions to real world problems through a board game. Dr. Dimova’s IB French classes at Campbell HS submitted six entries. All games had at least English and French versions.

On December 4th, the Consul General of the federal Republic of Germany Christoph Sander came to personally hand to the winners a check for $6,000. Among the guests at the ceremony were also: Dr. Greg Barfield from the GA DOE, German Suarez, ESOL & Foreign Language Supervisor at CCSD, and Olivia, Carter, and Jim Ries from OMG (One More Generation), a non-profit organization for youth empowerment in the environmental conservation.


Yearbook Information 

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CCSD Ebola Protocol 

National and international health authorities are currently working to manage an ongoing outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in several countries in West Africa. The Cobb County School District has released an update to the Enrollment Protocol as well a letter to parents informing them of the changes. Please see the links below.

Download the Enrollment Protocol Memo

Download the Parent Letter regarding Ebola Protocol

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