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There's nothing we enjoy more than sharing the good news about our wonderful students and staff members. And we have a lot of great things to share! Visit our News page to learn about student and faculty awards and accomplishments, past happenings, upcoming events, and so much more. 

Per Governor, Cobb Schools Will Remain Closed Through End of 2019–2020 School Year

The Disrtict will be closed for staff and students for the reamander of the 2019-2020 school year.We have been committed to keeping our community updated about the rapidly developing situation with COVID-19. Throughout the process, we have relied on guidance from the Georgia Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as our state leaders.

In accordance with Governor Kemp’s guidance and to best prioritize student and staff safety, Cobb Schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019–2020 school year. Per executive order from Governor Kemp on April 1, 2020, all public schools and colleges in the state of Georgia will be closed through May.

Digital learning will not occur over spring break which is from April 6 through April 10.

Food distribution will continue over spring break at all designated sites across Cobb County on Monday, April 6.

Further academic guidance will be made available by the end of the day tomorrow, Thursday, April 2.

School Closing
Starting Monday March 16 the District will be closed to all staff and students until further notice

Starting on Monday, March 16, the district is closing for staff and students until further notice.

Cobb Schools, MUST Extend Partnership to Feed Students
Food Pick-up Locations

During week two of Cobb Schools’ partnership with MUST Ministries, the district and non-profit have built a long-term solution to provide students with a five-day supply of breakfasts and lunches at eight school locations on Mondays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The first day of the meal distributions will be on Monday, March 23. The school locations selected for the meal distributions include schools with more than 50% free and reduced lunch populations.

Cobb Schools Food Service Department staff will make the food as it is provided by the district and MUST volunteers will distribute to students curbside. The meals can only be served to Cobb County students under 18 years of age, and students must be physically present.

The weekly breakfast and lunch distributions can be sustained through the rest of the 2019–2020 school year or until Cobb Schools re-opens. However, MUST needs volunteers to help by giving food donations and to sign up here to help with food distributions at schools. Please join us as we help our community in need. 

Breakfast and lunch school distribution locations from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. are as follows:

  • Acworth Elementary 
  • Bryant Elementary
  • Campbell High School
  • Compton Elementary
  • East Cobb Middle
  • Garrett Middle 
  • Osborne High
  • Riverside Intermediate 

The new school locations will replace sites where food boxes were provided this week. Please visit the CobbCast website to learn more.

Food Pantries

Starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020, MUST Ministries will be operating 29 food pantries inside Cobb Schools to distribute boxes of food to families in need.

For more details, see the CobbCast article about these food pantries

Food Pick-Up Locations from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


  • Clay ES
  • Floyd MS
  • Griffin MS
  • Harmony Leland ES
  • Lindley 6th Grade
  • Mableton ES
  • Pebblebrook HS
  • Riverside Intermediate
  • Sanders ES/South Cobb


  • Birney ES/Norton Park
  • Cheatham Hill
  • Garrett MS
  • Hollydale ES
  • Lovinggood MS
  • Milford ES
  • Osborne HS
  • Smitha MS


  • Acworth ES
  • Barber MS
  • Belmont Hills ES
  • Brumby ES
  • Campbell HS/Smyrna ES
  • Cobb Horizon
  • Fair Oaks ES
  • Green Acres ES
  • Kennesaw Mtn HS
  • Lassiter HS
  • McCleskey MS
  • Sprayberry HS
  • Mt. Bethel UMC
Food Pick-Up Locations flyer
Meningococcal Booster Shot for 2020–2021

According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, before starting the 2020-2021 school year, all students entering or transferring into eleventh grade will need proof of a meningococcal booster shot (MCV4). The exception is if they had their first dose on or after their 16th birthday. Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial infection of the brain and spinal cord fluid. For more information on this topic, please check out this flyer from Kathleen E. Toomey, M.D., M.P.H. Commissioner & State Health Officer.


On October 25 at 10:00 a.m., the Georgia Department of Education released the 2019 College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) scores. Congratulations to Harrison High School for a 96.3% CCRPI score! We are up 2.3 points from last year and tied for the highest score for all high schools in the Cobb County School District. Harrison is also tied for 5th place among all schools in the district. Also, Harrison is tied for 4th place out of 677 high schools in the state of Georgia. For another year in a row, our students have scored 100 out of 100 maximum points for content mastery with the Georgia Milestones Assessment System for English, math, science, and social studies. This score also includes improving performance among all students, including our subgroups. 

Thank you to our faculty and staff for maintaining a strong academic culture and to our students for keeping their learning at the forefront while also balancing other parts of their high school experience. Thank you as well to our parents and to our feeder schools for helping prepare our students for academic success and supporting a community of learning for all students. Our 96.3% score represents a team effort and more importantly… another reminder of the supportive community in which we live. Congratulations again, Hoya Nation! We are proud of our Hoyas! You can read more about our score on the CCSD press release

Graduation Date Announced

Dear Harrison Families,

Graduation dates are now available. Harrison’s graduation is set for Thursday, May 21 at 2:30 p.m. at the KSU Convocation Center. More details coming soon, but we wanted to pass along this date so you can start planning for the big event!

Harrison Administration

Harrison Graduation Rate

Congratulations to Hoya Nation! In case you haven’t heard, the Georgia Department of Education just released high school graduation rates. Harrison is ranked second out of the seventeen Cobb County School District (CCSD) high schools, and we have increased our graduation rate from last year’s 95.56% to this year’s graduation rate of 97.10%! Harrison is one of only four schools with a graduation rate above 96%. Our graduation rate is a testament to our culture at Harrison and the relationships that we have with our students. Our entire faculty and staff, as well as our parents, are all deeply committed to the well-being and academic success of every student. We are also thankful to our feeder schools who send us students who are well-prepared for the challenges of high school. Lots to celebrate at Hoya Nation! Please visit Cobbcast to read the CCSD graduation press release. Please visit the Georgia Department of Education site to read their press release.