Welcome to the North Cobb High School Freshman Academy!
Ninth grade is a time of excitement and expectation. It is when young people begin to discover who they are and more importantly, who they can become. The
transition from middle school to high school is a big step in a young person’s life. The Freshmen Academy is committed to helping students take the fundamental steps
needed for a successful transition while encouraging life-long learning. Our goal is to assist incoming ninth graders in adjusting to high school standards,
expectations, and routines through a variety of educational and social opportunities.
Housed in a new 72,000 square foot facility, our building has twenty-eight classrooms, three computer labs, a 9th grade cafeteria
and one interdisciplinary lab. Together with a dedicated staff of 36 teachers, counselors and
administrators, the Freshmen Academy is equipped to provide
your student with the building blocks necessary to form a
strong successful foundation for high school.
Click here to view EOCT Information
As part of our outreach to ninth grade parents, we invite you
to sign up for Remind101. It is a one-way texting system that
we use to keep parents up to date on what’s happenings in the
Freshmen Academy. Texts include reminders about when grades
coming out, when pictures will be taken, special events and exam
dates. It is free of charge and once your students becomes a
10th grader, you will be removed from the list.
If you have any questions, please email Ms. Luckett at
For directions about how to sign up, click here
Announcing your Freshman Class Officers!
Cindy Ochoa - President
Vice President- Eunice Ngata
Treasurer- Adaugo Okpareke
Thank you to all the candidates who ran,
everyone did a fantastic job!
Fall Parent Support Night
Click here to view the powerpoint presentation from the Tuesday,
November 5th meeting
What is the purpose of the EOCT?
Improved teaching and learning are the main focus of
Georgia’s education system. The EOCT align with Georgia's
state mandated content standards and include assessment of
specific content knowledge and skills. The assessments
provide diagnostic information to help students identify
strengths and areas of need in learning, therefore improving
performance in all high school courses. The EOCT also
provide data to evaluate the effectiveness of classroom
instruction at the school, system and state levels.
Click on the link below to be taken to the Department
of Education's website listing all of the study guides for the
EOCTs offered in Georgia:
EOCT Study Guides