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Redesigned parent-teacher conferences at Hamilton Crossing Elementary School leads to historic growth toward school-wide reading goals.
All three Bartow County high schools achieve 2019 Advanced Placement (AP) Honor School status! Based on results from last year’s AP course offerings and exams, Adairsville, Cass, and Woodland high schools were once again named AP STEM Schools by the Georgia Department of Education. Woodland High School earned an additional designation of AP STEM Achievement School.
In accordance with 34 CFR 300.573, the Bartow County Board of Education will be destroying the Special Education records of students born in 1995. All records prior to this year have already been destroyed by Federal guidelines. Anyone interested in obtaining his or her records should notify this office in writing by April 8, 2019.
The Bartow Education Foundation made 257 dreams come true this year through its unrivaled Teacher Grant Program. Bartow County students will now be able to learn from cow eye dissection and owl pellet kits, graphing calculators, and a library of S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) books, just to name a few.
You are your child's first and most important teacher. By reading to your child early and often, you can single-handedly lay the foundation for success in school and life. Start here!
Your Success Story: Pen the First Chapter Here
Facts & Numbers
- 87.1% Graduation Rate
- 39% Honor graduates
- 46% of students attend post-secondary in Georgia
- 19 Advanced Placement courses offered
- 2,251 College credit hours earned
- 28 CTAE pathways offered