School Profile

Pebblebrook High School


2010-11 School Profile
Accredited by the
Southern Association of
Colleges and School



Unique Characteristics

Pebblebrook is located in Mableton, Georgia, which is the southernmost part of Cobb County, just 14 miles from downtown Atlanta. Pebblebrook is the smallest, non-alternative high school in Cobb County and is a magnet for performing arts, housing the Cobb County Center for Excellence in Performing Arts (CCCEPA).

Course Offerings

Honors courses are offered in all core academic subject areas.  Advance Placement courses are offered in:

*Physics

*U.S. History

*English

*Economics

*Calculus

*Statistics

*Music Theory

*Photography

*American Government

Programs

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Academy of Information Technology

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Food Service Occupations-ProStart

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ESOL Classes

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After school tutorials

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Gifted Services

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Special Education

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Marketing

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Cosmetology

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Graphic Arts

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Public Safety

Testing Profile

Class Statistics

2010 SAT Scores 2010 ACT Scores
bulletMath    437 bulletEnglish 16.8
bulletVerbal 438 bulletMath 17.9
bulletWriting 431 bulletComp. 17.7

Post High School Plans
Class of 2010

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4 year college-54%

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2 year college-15%

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Other-24%

Class Rank

Grading Scale

Class rank is cumulative for four years and weighted according to the level of the curriculum.  All classes and all students are calculated in the class rank.

Top 10% GPA Profile:3.76-4.25
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A = 90 – 100

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B = 80 – 89

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C = 74 – 79

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D = 70 – 73

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F = 69 and below

 

   

Curriculum

Due to the level of difficulty, some courses receive extra weight in calculating a student’s grade point average (GPA).  Additional quality points are calculated into the overall GPA and are not reflected in the numerical averages.

One bonus quality point for the completion of:

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AP English Lit/Comp

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AP English Language

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AP Statistics

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AP Chemistry

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AP Physics

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AP Government

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AP United States History

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Any AP foreign language

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Any fourth/fifth year foreign language

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AP Calculus

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AP Biology

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AP Economics

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AP World History

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AP 2D/3D Art

½ bonus quality point for the completion of the honors level of:

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American Lit/Comp

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English Lit/Comp

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World Lit/Comp

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Chemistry I

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World History

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United States History

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Economics/American Government

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Any third year foreign language

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Euclidean Geometry

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Algebra II

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Analysis

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Biology

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Human Anatomy

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Physics

 

 

Enrollment

 

9th Grade –   770

 

10th Grade – 518

 

11th Grade – 318

 

12th Grade – 465

Graduation Requirements

For the Class of 2011 there are programs of study available:  College Preparatory and Technical/Career.  Each course receives one unit of credit, and students must earn a minimum of 22 units to graduate.

Subject

College Prep Diploma

Technical/Career Diploma

English

4 Units

4 Units

Mathematics

4 Units

3 Units (through Alg I)

Science

3 Units

3 Units

Social Studies

3 Units

3 Units

Health and Personal Fitness

1 unit

1 Unit

Foreign Language

2 Units (in same language)

No Requirements

Business or Computer, ROTC, Fine Arts, Vocational

1 Unit

1 Unit

Technical/Career

No Requirements

4 Units (3 in area of concentration)

Local Electives

4 Units

3 Units

State Electives

*2 additional units from core courses with Distinction

*2 additional units (1 from core) for Diploma with Distinction

*Diploma with distinction requires a 3.0 GPA in core classes

New Georgia Graduation Rule