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Changes at the Cobb Performance Learning Center for the 2018-2019 School Year

     The Cobb County School District has recently announced several changes to the Cobb Performance Learning Center, which are set to take effect after the end of this school year.  Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, the Cobb Performance Learning Center and Oakwood Digital Academy will merge and become a new high school.  The learning format of this high school will continue to be more or less the same.  Students will continue to have a blended learning environment, as instruction will still primarily be done online through Grad Point and enhanced by one-on-one assistance and teacher-led instruction.  The new high school will continue to be housed on the Oakwood Campus.  Small class sizes and low student-teacher ratios will continue to be a part of the new high school.  Students will continue to be able to progress through their coursework at their own pace and students will continue to be able to graduate early if all coursework and testing requirements are completed.  Highly motivated students will continue to be able to earn more credits each semester than they would at a traditional high school.  The new high school will continue to be an alternative for students who, for various reasons, do not want to attend a traditional high school.  The name of the new high school will be Cobb Horizon High School.

     In addition to the merging of the Performance Learning Center and Oakwood Digital Academy, proposed changes and modifications starting next school year that may directly impact those attending the new school include:

·  The new school will be a high school and not a program

·  Students will receive their high school diplomas from the new high school and not their previous high school

·  Students will not be allowed to participate in their previous high school’s graduation ceremony as they will be graduating from the new high school

·  Currently enrolled students in good standing (i.e. have good attendance, grades, and behavior) will continue to attend the new high school if they choose to do so without having to reapply

·  The new school may be able to enroll up to 450 students at a time

·  The hours that students attend the new high school may change but a decision as to what they will be has not yet been made

·  Mr. John Kelly from Allatoona High School will be the administrator of Cobb Horizon High School

·  For more information about applying to the new Cobb Horizon High School, including a link to its online application, please click here

     We will continue to keep students, perspective students, and parents/guardians informed about any additional changes.

 

 

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