Cobb County Schools
Ask any Metro Atlanta home owner and they will likely recommend prospective buyers to the Cobb County School District, due to its excellent academic reputation. Cobb County School District is the second largest in the state of Georgia, serving almost 113,000 students.1 According to USNews.com, Cobb County has the #5 ranked high school in the state. For more information from this report, including state and national rankings of Cobb County high schools, click here. Cobb County has several schools holding the following distinctions:2
- Cobb County School District STEM Certified Schools
- Georgia STEM Certified Schools
- Advanced STEM Certified Schools
- National Blue Ribbon Schools
- U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools
- Georgia Schools of Excellence
- 34 Cobb schools honored by Georgia Dept. of Education for gains, high performance on CRCT, and Georgia High School Graduation Test
- 15 2010-2011 seniors earned National Merit and National Achievement scholarships
- Of 141 nationally and four in Georgia, two U.S. Presidential Scholars are from Cobb high schools
- 13 Cobb high schools rank among the nation’s top challenging schools (Washington Post National High School Challenge Index)
Cobb County test scores can be found via this link.
Cobb County provides a map of all schools here.