Final Exam Schedule for Spring Semester
9th-11th Grade Exams:
Wednesday, May 22nd, 1st and 2nd periods
Thursday, May 23rd, 3rd and 4th periods
The district will be providing bus transportation on both final
exam days. Dismissal for high school on Wednesday and
Thursday is 11:30 a.m.
Graduation ceremonies for the North Cobb High School class of
2013 will be held on Friday, May 24th at 2:30 p.m. at the
KSU Convocation Center.
Click here to watch the ceremony live on Friday
All parents and guests (including infants and
children) attending the ceremony must have a ticket to enter the
KSU Convocation Center.
Parking is available on the Kennesaw State
University campus in the Central Parking Deck (#42 on the campus
map) for the graduates. Parking on the day of graduation will
cost $10 per car.
The Commencement is a dignified, solemn
ceremony designed to honor all
graduates in the Class of 2013.
Possession of any disruptive objects (noise
makers, beach balls, etc.) or disruptive behavior may lead to
immediate removal from the ceremony.
We ask the cooperation of all who attend
commencement to help make it the dignified event it is meant to
Please refrain from any inappropriate noises
that might detract from the dignity of the ceremony.
To maintain the dignity of the ceremony,
guests must remain in their seats throughout the Commencement
ceremony. Only hand-held cameras that do not block the view of
other guests may be used and guests may not walk into the aisles
to take photographs.
We have arranged for Cady Studios to take an
individual photograph of each graduate as they receive their
diploma. Cady Studios will mail each graduate a proof of this
“diploma” photo and ordering information.
Professional Video Imaging will be recording
the ceremony and is offering copies on DVD for sale to graduates
and their parents.
here for more information on PVI video website
North Cobb High School is
recognized by Newsweek & The Daily Beast as one of America's Best High Schools!
Newsweek's ranking highlights the best 2,000 public high
schools in the nation—the ones that have proven to be
the most effective in turning out college-ready grads.
list is based on six components
provided by school administrators: graduation
percent), college matriculation rate (25
percent), AP/IB/AICE tests taken per student (25
percent), average SAT/ACT scores (10
percent), average AP/IB/AICE scores (10
percent), and AP courses offered per
Please click here to review the communication
regarding SB 289 and digital learning.
Daniel Kinslow To Compete in National SkillsUSA Culinary
Arts Competition, With Backing From Kennesaw Business
The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA) gives a generous
donation to the Culinary Department at North Cobb High
School. North Cobb student, Daniel Kinslow will be
representing Cobb County at the National SkillsUSA culinary
competition in Kansas City this summer. Greg Carter from
California Dreaming and Debbie Underkofler, Former KBA
President presented Daniel and Chef Xan Payton, NCHS
Culinary Teacher a check for $2,000 on behalf of the KBA to
cover the expenses involved with this trip.
Congratulations to our Broadcast Video Production
Patrick Bencik, Tiffany Hudson and Neil
Mikels recently received second place in the inaugural "H2O in HD PSA Contest". The students were tasked with making a Public
Service Announcement promoting water conservation.
to view the winning video
Cobb Virtual Academy
Online Registration for Summer Term 2013
Opens Tuesday, April 30, 9 AM - All Students
Closes Wednesday, May 22, Noon
Final exams and End-of-Course-Tests
Monday July 8 - Tuesday July 9
For more information click here
North Cobb High School named an
AP Honor School for 2013!
The Georgia Department of Education recently announced the 2013
(AP) Honor Schools, recognizing our school for increased access
to rigorous AP coursework. We were recognized in the
AP STEM School
- Schools with students testing in at least two (2) AP math
courses and two (2) AP science courses(AP Calculus AB, AP
Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP
Environmental Science, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Computer
AP STEM Achievement School
- Schools with students testing in at least 2 AP math courses
and 2 AP science courses and at least 40% of the exam scores on
AP math and AP science exams earning scores of three (3) or
AP Honor School/Merit
Schools with at least 20% of the student population taking AP
exams and at least 50% of all AP exams earning scores of three
(3) or higher
Read the press release from the Department of Education,
including Georgia's improvement
Read the article in the MDJ about AP Testing
Student Athlete of the Week
Fine Arts Student of the Week
|Add this calendar to your personal Google Calendar by clicking on the "+" button above.