Announcements

  • ATTN Floyd County Schools Employees:

    Open Enrollment Time is Here Once Again! Click HERE to get started!

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  • Our next Pop-Up Food Market will be Wednesday, October 24th at 5pm in the Model High School auxiliary gym.
    PRE-REGISTER HERE
    This is a market partnership with the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

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District News

  • Model High FBLA Hosts Club Day at the Fair

    In all, over three-hundred and twenty-five area students attended the assembly and trip to the fair.

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  • Model High Student Earns Spot in the All American Concert Band

    Barton is one of 120 students selected from across the United States, one of seven from the state of Georgia and has place in the top 4 trumpets selected to the group. MHS Band Director Tim Burton says that Barton is a joy to teach and knows he will accomplish everything he is determined to do.

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  • Hann Named AVCA Thirty Under 30 Award Winner

    Among this year's 30 recipients is Coosa High School’s head girls volleyball coach, Nic Hann. Hann is only one of two coaches in the state of Georgia to win this award.

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  • Coosa High Volleyball Earns AVCA Team Academic Award

    The Coosa High School (CHS) volleyball team earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award for the 2017-18 season. This marks the first time CHS has earned the award and is only one of nine girls high school volleyball programs in the state of Georgia to receive the award. The Lady Eagles are one of 358 high school girls teams to earn the award this year and one of 977 teams overall, setting a new all-time high for the Coaches Association.

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  • Graduation rate for Floyd County Schools tops 93 percent

    Floyd County Schools’ (FCS) four-year graduation rate for the Class of 2018 of 93.6% ranks FCS as one of the top 40 school systems in the state, according to data released today by the Georgia Department of Education. This rate also exceeds the State four-year rate of 81.6%.

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