Parents, we need your assistance with
completing the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will
be used to calculate the School Climate Star Rating.
Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted
directly to the Georgia Department of Education for
analysis. Data results from the Georgia Parent Survey
will not be available to the public and will not be posted
The Georgia Parent Survey is available
now. Parents will be able to complete the survey using their
personal computers, smartphones or iPads. Data from
this survey is used in calculating the School Climate Star
Rating. This data provides our school valuable information
about how parents see us. Help us learn more about you, the
parent, by completing the Georgia Parent Survey. To complete
your survey please
click here. A Spanish version of the
parent survey will be available soon.
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.
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.
Students who are chosen for the Project 2400 class will be
notified at school Friday, November 21. Those students and
their parents will also receive an email. All other
applicants should check the CHS website in January 2015 for
information about other SAT preparation opportunities.
Cobb County School District 2015 Commencement Schedule
Project 2400 SAT Prep Class
The mandatory parent meeting for this year’s Project
2400 SAT prep class will be held in the CHS auditorium on
Monday, November 17, at 6 p.m. Contact Mr. Jones in room 902
for more information or email him at
AP Exam Registration May 2015
Students taking AP exams at Campbell High School must
register for exams here by at 11:59 pm, April 8, 2015.
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Freshman Academy Parent Workshop
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