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on December 17.
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Application to participate on Saturday, December 17. This
application and a $30 non-refundable fee is due on Friday,
Congratulations to Commended Students in the 2017 National
Merit Program. They are among the top 5% of more than 1.6
million students who entered the competition, and have
demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success.
Zhi Jia (Michael) Hong
Kennesaw Mountain Drama Earns
Kennesaw Mountain High School’s Drama Department placed first
in the State One-act Play Competition in Warner Robins Saturday,
November 12 in the new 7A classification. The new 7A class is
compiled of the state’s largest 44 high schools.
Kennesaw Mountain presented the heart-warming comedy, The
Boys New Door, by Tom Griffin after winning their 3–7A
region beating Hillgrove, North Cobb, McEachern, and North
Paulding for the opportunity to advance to the state
The play tells the story of four mentally challenged men who
lived together and the emotional toll that it takes on their
caretaker. It sounds serious, and it does have dramatic moments,
but there is also many comical scenes as well.
At the region competition, senior Matt de Leon received
Region Best Actor while senior Landon Ebuna, and junior, Carson
Colenbaugh were selected to the Region All-Star Cast.
At the state competition, KMHS received a standing ovation
and praise from the three judges.
Director, Coy Dunn said. “I am extremely proud of this group.
They have worked hard and continuous improved week after week.
They are a very talented group of actors, but they are also an
awesome group of young people. It’s been a lot of fun getting to
work with them.”
Certificate of School Enrollment
Certificates of School Enrollment are required to obtain both
a Georgia Learner's Permit and a Georgia Driver's License for
students under the age of 18. Certificates expire in 30 days.
Apply in the Attendance Office every Tuesday from 7:45-8:20
am. There is a $2.00 processing fee, bring exact change.
Certificates will be ready for pick-up on Friday.
THE LAST DAY TO ORDER A CERTIFICATE THIS
CALENDAR YEAR IS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13.
Georgia Parent Survey
Parents, Kennesaw Mountain High School wants your feedback.
Please take a few minutes to complete the Georgia Parent Survey
http://bit.ly/kmhsparent. This provides valuable information
to the school and is a part of the School Climate rating on
CCRPI. Thank you for your assistance!
Important Yearbook Information
Buy the yearbook now for $90.00! Click on the image to the
left for the direct link to the KMHS yearbook. You can also bring in a check
made out to KMHS to room 306.
The price will be $90.00 until
February 10th. After this date, yearbooks will be
$100.00. This is THE best yearbook yet! Don’t miss out.
Class of 2017
Information regarding graduation invitations, cap and gown
orders, and the class of 2017 graduation ceremony will posted as
it is received from the Cobb County School District. Please
check the school website regularly for updates.
Discounted parking decal prices for the remainder of the
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New Student Registration
registrations are by appointment only. Please call (678)
594-8190 to schedule an appointment. Click
here to view required documents to register your student,
and other paperwork to expedite the registration process. Other
Required summer assignments,
Dear future Mustang letter.
Just back from another amazing journey to Australia and New
Zealand with 14 amazing students this summer, Coach G has a 15-day trip to Europe
(Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland) in 2018 and would love
for you to join him!
See Coach G in room 221 or email him at Corey.Goldstein@cobbk12.org for
more information on these amazing trips. Signing up now means
cheaper monthly payments, so don't wait!
Office 365 for Students
The Cobb County School District is pleased to offer Office
365 to its students. Parents must provide consent for students
to be able to use this service. More information on how to
provide consent can be found at the link below.
Office 365 for Students
Students can go online to complete the
work permit paperwork. Bring the GA DOL printout in person
to the main office or the attendance office.
The work permit will be completed in 24 hours from the
time it is turned in.
Effective July 1, 2015, with the
exception of minors in entertainment, work permits are no longer
required for youth age 16 and older.