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The Johns Creek High School varsity volleyball team has captured the 6-AAAAAA area title once again. more
The Milton Eagle cross country teams took their annual overnight trip to Greenville to compete at the 42nd Furman/Gene Mullin Cross Country Invitational and came away with a sweep of team titles, a rare perfect score and two individual race wins. more
Haley Marvine, a 2007 Chattahoochee High School graduate and former University of Cincinnati lacrosse player, has been named the inaugural head women’s lacrosse coach at Radford University in Radford, Virginia. more
Academic options for North Fulton high school students will expand in the coming years with the decision by the Fulton County Board of Education to offer the rigorous International Baccalaureate program at Centennial and Alpharetta high schools. more
Mount Pisgah Christian School has announced the appointment of Susan C. Hansen as assistant head of school for finance and operations. more
The pre-K class at Manning Oaks Elementary School, 405 Cumming Street in Alpharetta, enjoyed a visit from Rep. Chuck Martin (R-Alpharetta), who read to the class on Oct. 7. more
In January 2015, Bridgeway Christian Academy will open a new, state-of-the-art media center. The Alpharetta school decided to expand its library last year. The Parent Teacher Fellowship designated funds for the project, and a plan was developed. more
Trailing 17-3 midway through the third quarter, the Milton Eagles rallied for a 20-17 victory last Friday night at Walton to remain tied for first with Roswell in Region 5-AAAAAA. more
MILTON, Ga. – The Cambridge Bears had a lot to celebrate during their Homecoming blow-out 64-7 over the North Springs Spartans. more
St. Francis piled up 389 yards rushing and scored a 25-13 win at home last Friday night against neighborhood rival King’s Ridge. more
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