Osborne High School

Joshua Morreale, Principal

Sheldon Bulluck, AP  |  Suzanne Cain, AP  |  Jennifer Glendenning, AP
Brandon Mann, AP  |  Bryan Rathke, AP  |  Angelo Washington, AP |  Andrea Battaglia, AP

2451 Favor Road
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: 770-437-5900
Fax: 770-437-5902

Welcome to Osborne High School

"Home of the Cardinals"

vision and mission




Summer Bridge Program
If you have a child that is a rising freshman for the 2017-18 school year and you are interested in learning more about our Summer Bridge program, click here. Click here to apply.
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Class of 2018 Senior Portraits

Herff Jones
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Cobb County Annual Notification of Asbestos Management Plan

Osborne Makes Strides: See us in the news

New Student Registration Hours
Appointments from 8am-1pm
Walk-ins from 8am-11am
Priority will be given to those with appointment.

Office 365 Available for Students
Office 365 is available to all Cobb County students at no cost. Office 365 is a user-based service providing all students with Online versions of familiar applications such as Microsoft Word Online and Microsoft Power Point Online. The free account also allows each student to install the full version of Microsoft Office 2013 on up to five PCs or Macs and five mobile devices. 
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Cobb Students Outperform the State in All Grades on the New Georgia Milestones
Cobb students performed better than the state on all eight of the End-of-Course (EOC) assessments in high school and on 24 of 24 End-of Grade (EOG) assessments in middle and elementary school. On average Cobb’s scale score was 15 points higher than the state for the EOC assessments. In middle and elementary school Cobb’s performance was particularly strong in English Language Arts. Cobb exceeded the state average scale score for English Language Arts by 17 points in Middle School and by 14 points in Elementary School. Read more

House Bill 91 Diploma Petition
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.

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