Rome and Floyd County high school students who took the SAT outperformed, on average, state and national averages.
Ever-increasing fees the University System of Georgia’s 26 colleges and universities charge students are making it harder to afford a college education in the Peach State, a state senator said Wednesday.
Horticulture students pose with the mums that will be on sale for $4 each at Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s Floyd County Campus starting Sept. 21. From left are Jennifer Clark of Kingston; Alisha Jackson of LaFayette; Nick Barton, director of GNTC’s Horticulture program; and Timoth…
Students in Rome City Schools will be taking off the next two Mondays after the school board approved a proposal to use those days as teacher work days.
This fall, Georgia Highlands College will debut its new Media Innovation Center, which houses a variety of writing and media-related activities.
The Floyd County school system announced Friday that it will begin offering remote learning for students who choose to quarantine after a COVID-19 exposure.
Local school systems are gearing up for the next round of education local option sales tax packages and hope to have them ready for the May 2022 primary elections ballot.
Rome Publix cashiers raised $17,040 for Tools for School, an initiative created by the supermarket chain that serves local schools. The recipient of this year’s donation was West End Elementary School. Pictured (from left) are Publix Manager Lauren Turner, West End Elementary Principal Denni…
Floyd County Schools Board of Education decided to temporarily table action on a $500 employee vaccine incentive to see how Gov. Brian Kemp’s incentive plan works.
The Floyd County Board of Education will be voting on a possible vaccine incentive for all employees at a called meeting Tuesday.
While local school systems begin planning their next education local option sales tax packages, both Rome and Floyd County officials are focusing on their current projects before planning for the next SPLOST package.
When Rome City Schools returns from an extended Labor Day holiday, all schools will observe measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 including masking and taking lunches in classrooms.
An agreement between Georgia Highlands College and the University of Georgia will ensure that GHC students who complete their associate degree in biology will be admitted into UGA’s Bachelor of Science in Microbiology program.
Due the number of students/faculty testing positive for COVID-19 during a seven-day period, all Rome City Schools will move into phase two of the system’s COVID-19 three-phase plan.
Beth Pollard, Darlington’s assistant head of school for finance and operations, was selected to join the boards of directors of the National Business Officers Association and the Mid-South Independent School Business Officers this summer.
Berry College is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduates to earn their college degree, according to The Princeton Review guide released Tuesday.
Shorter University honored a longtime Georgia Baptist associational missionary by naming a female residence hall in honor of him and his wife.
As the Floyd County school system begins to plan its next education local option sales tax package, the Armuchee community voiced frustration and said they’re still waiting on the school system to finish the high school modernization project.
Both Rome City Schools and Floyd County schools will be closed on Sept. 3 as part of a push from Gov. Brian Kemp to get Georgians vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Floyd County Board of Education will discuss potential ELOST projects, as well as COVID procedures and teacher incentives, at their 8 a.m. work session Friday.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Board of Education adopted new mathematics standards Thursday that move away from the multistate Common Core standards conservatives have opposed as a federal takeover of education.
Darlington School is mourning the loss of upper school history teacher John Zazzaro after a medical emergency in class Tuesday.
Throughout the spring and summer months of 2021 the Georgia Northwestern Technical College Foundation coordinated with college graduates to create the GNTC Alumni Advisory Board.
Several Floyd County school system construction projects face delays and setbacks because of a shortage of supplies and materials.
Rome and Floyd County elementary and secondary students scored slightly lower on end-of-course tests last spring, a trend state Department of Education officials attributed to ongoing disruptions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
SOCIAL CIRCLE – Teachers and students across the state are invited to celebrate wildlife through art by participating in the 32nd annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
The Rome City Board of Education voted 4-3 Monday morning to adopt a three tiered pandemic response approach which will not require students and staff to wear masks as they return to school Thursday.
Floyd County Schools will return to “pre-pandemic school operations” for the 2021-22 school year, which begins Aug. 5.
Jay Barksdale and real estate partner Andy Cash bought the McHenry School property for $435,000 at a crowded auction early Thursday.
ATLANTA — Rural education in Georgia is getting special attention in the form of a new office within the state Department of Education that will focus on the needs of rural schools.
ATLANTA — Georgia high schools soon will be offering a new career pathway aimed at filling the growing number of technology jobs in the Peach State.
Work on new concrete and landscaping is making headway at Armuchee High School and it all should be ready before students return to school Aug. 5.