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Kyra Crosby Voted Player of the Year
Kyra Crosby, daughter of Dana Crosby-Beasley and DeAngelo Beasley is a junior, power forward who scored her 1000th point this season, average 18.5 points per game, 11.2 rebounds per game, 3.4 blocks per game, 2 steals and 2 assists per game. Kyra was voted by the Marietta Daily Journal as Cobb County’s Player of the Year; she was also voted to the All Cobb County Team of the Year and also made the Naismith Atlanta Tip-off Team. She is being recruited by teams such as: Baylor, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Clemson, Auburn, University of Delaware, Tennessee Tech, University North Carolina of Charlotte, University of North Carolina of Wilmington, and the University of Louisville just to name a few.

The Lady Indians Basketball Team will be highlighted in the Cobb Prep Section of the AJC next week for their charitable work.  The team adopted three families during the holidays and provided them with gifts.  This was a wonderful lesson in community service for our girls.  Thanks to our coaches and to our girls for this act of kindness.

Music Students Create Podcasts
WMHS students in Mrs. Petway's Music Survey Class recently added a Podcast radio show and music playlist to integrate technology and sound.  Tune into WMHS to listen to information about school academic, elective, and extra curricular programs and to hear student created play lists.

HOSA Student Success at the State Leadership Conference 
At the recent HOSA State Leadership Conference Joe Malandro and Scott Berninghaus qualified for the second round of competition in CPR/First Aid and Gabbie Smith qualified for the second round in Sports Medicine  In the Health Knowledge Nutrition Contest, Shantae Maria Chabral won the Bronze Medal and will represent Georgia and McEachern in Dallas Texas in June at the National Leadership Conference.

Congratulations to Georgette Eva for earning 5th place in the Georgia Future Business Leaders of America Web Site Development Competition.  Check out her site.

Congratulations to Amanda Daniel for winning the nomination for the YWCA Bright Future Scholarship Award

MHS Athletic Booster Club Scholarship
The application is now available.  Visit the Athletics Booster Club Page for more information.  The scholarship deadline is April 1

Quest, the largest college fair in Cobb County, hosted by McEachern, Hillgrove, North Cobb, Harrison, and Kennesaw Mountain will  be at Hillgrove this year.  The date is Thursday, April  17 from 6:30-8:30pm.  Expect over 200 representatives from colleges, universities, academies, technical schools, military and private schools.


 Jeleesa Levy Selected to Perform in the Bands of America Honor Band in the Tournament of Roses Parade.  Jeleesa will join 300 outstanding high school musicians and performers in Pasadena, California to march in the Tournament of Roses Parade on January 1, 2009.  Nearly a million people watch the "Parade of Parades" in person while hundreds of millions more watch the worldwide broadcast on TV in more than 150 international territories.  In addition to the parade, the experience will also include a performance at the Tournament of Roses Bandfest.  The Honor Band will be a featured guest as a part of the on-field performance. Jeleesa is the first student from McEachern to be selected for this incredible honor.
Basketball Players and Coaches Honored at the Atlanta Tipoff Club's NAISMITH Awards
Kyra Crosby, Trae Golden and Darrious Garrett were named to the All-Metro Teams for the 2007-08 season.  Congratulations also to Head Coaches Arthur and Chaykowsky as well as Assistant Coaches Ford, Thompson, Washington, and Taylor. 

Summer Opportunities

Cobb Youth Leadership Program for Rising Juniors in Cobb County - Applications are due April 28th. To learn more about the program, visit the Chamber Website and to view a short video about the program, click on the video link.

Georgia Tech Bio-tech Program - BIO@TECH, an intensive three-week investigative biology experience for high school students with strong interests in the biological sciences.

Georgia Tech High School Programs & Summer Sports Camps

University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism Summer Academy - 2008 UGA - Georgia Journalism Academy

Kennesaw State University Summer Courses
Students engage in activities from photography to Lego robotics in Kennesaw's summer short courses.  The courses last either four or five days.  Learn more.

SCAD Summer Programs - Looking for a way to express your creativity this summer? SCAD Summer Seminars are residential or nonresidential summer workshops designed for high school students who have completed their freshman, sophomore or junior years. SCAD Summer Seminars . Rising Star - Pre-College Program

PAVE: Vanderbilt University's pre-college program Additional information:
Who's eligible:  Current 11th graders (class of 2009)
2008 program dates:  June 23 - August 1, 2008
Application deadline:  April 20, 2008 (rolling admission)


Become a MHS Business Partner in Education
Partners in Education (PIE) is a program developed by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce

You can make a difference by partnering your
business with McEachern High School!
Learn More & Sign-up

Georgia High School Graduation Tests
March 24 - 27

All students seeking a Georgia high school diploma must pass the Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) in four areas, and pass the Georgia High School Writing Assessment.  These assessments ensure that student qualifying for a diploma have mastered essential core academic content and skills. The Georgia Department of Education and GAcollege411 are provide the following downloadable test preps:

To learn more about the GHSGT test and scoring from the Georgia Department of Education, visit the Department of Education website.

Join the MHS PTSA
Student members may apply for scholarships
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August PTSA Newsletter

PROJECT 2400 Improves Student SAT Scores and College Opportunities

     PROJECT 2400 created in 2006, is a strategic partnership between the Cobb Chamber of Commerce and the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts to help enhance our students SAT scores. 
     Cobb County and Marietta City schools fare well compared to other systems in the U.S. and Georgia, however, many students lag behind or miss out on an opportunity to attend their college of choice due to low test scores.  
     Wanting to prepare our students in the best possible way for the test, which is now based on a score of 2400, the Cobb Chamber helped fund Project 2400 which provided an SAT preparation course to 273 deserving students in 16 schools.
2007 Project 2400 Results:

205 students took the Princeton Review’s diagnostic test and the SAT.

74% of the students scored higher on their SAT than their diagnostic test.  

Students scored up to 520 points higher than on their diagnostic test. The average score increase from the diagnostic test to the SAT was 95 points.

     PROJECT 2400 was well received and got excellent reviews from our educators. “Any increase is great and Project 2400 clearly made a difference,” says Leigh Colburn, principal of Marietta High School.  
      PROJECT 2400's goal is to make a difference for as many students as possible, extending the SAT preparation course to help our 2009 graduates.       
     McEachern High School fully supports this initiative and has replaced its own after-school SAT preparation program with this new program. To learn more about this program, contact Mrs. BettyJo Eldridge, Assistant Principal at McEachern High School, at 770-222-3710 x 225 or Spring classes have already started for the program and no additional courses are offered at this time.


Please note that when you register your student you must have all the information listed on the JF-7 general application form. Please click here for the county’s general application form - JF-7.  We cannot fax the sending school for information and complete the registration the same day.
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