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Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year will remain at $800 per student (a cap of $2,400 for a family with 3 or more children) for out of city Georgia residents. Please click the "Read More" below for full schedule and payment options. 


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Summer reading list available

The GLHS summer reading list for 2017 can be viewed on this page.


Gordon Lee Golf Teams Bring Home State Championships

The Trojan linksters broke the school scoring record to win the Class A Public state championship by 42 shots, while the Lady Trojans finished the day at the Landing Golf Club in Warner Robins as state co-champions. Justin Hickman, Gray Weldon, and Tucker Windham finished in a tie for boys’ low-medalist honors, and Macall Miller was the low-medalist in the girls’ tournament.

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Four GLHS Athletes Win State Titles

Gordon Lee High School qualified 17 athletes for the State Track & Field Championships held in Albany May 11-13, and four returned home as state champions. Drew Cobb cleared 12-0 to win the pole vault while Nathaniel Wright won the high jump with a leap of 6-2. On the girls’ side, Addison Whitman placed first in the pole vault with a jump of 9-0 and Gracie O’Neal won the 1600m with a school-record time of 5:20.00.

Also placing for the Trojans were Braden Jarvis (second in the pole vault), Jasper Wilson (third in the 800m), Chase Weber (fourth in the high jump), Bailey Burns (fourth in the 3200m), Justin Collins (fifth in the 3200m), and Cobb (eighth in the long jump). Gordon Lee’s 57 team points were second in the meet to Hancock Central’s 61 points. The second-place finish was the best for the GLHS boys since their state-championship season of 1934.

In addition to their two state champions, the Lady Trojans received points from O’Neal (second in the 800m), Madison Mayberry (third in the pole vault), Riley Cash (fourth in the 800m), the team of O’Neal, Sam Belue, Gracey Kruse, and Whitman (sixth in the 1600m Relay), Whitman (seventh in the 400m), and Kate Gilliam (eighth in the 3200m). The girls produced a final total of 45 points and a fourth-place overall finish.


Congratulations to the Young Georgia Authors Contest Winners Young GA Authors

Chickamauga City Schools would like to recognize and congratulate all of our school level and RESA District winners of the Young Georgia Authors Contest! Please click the "Read More" button to see the full list of school level and RESA District winners.


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Chickamauga City Schools Named 2016-2017 Title I Distinguished District System Seal

Chickamauga City Schools has been identified by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) as a Title I Distinguished District for the 2016-2017 school year. Recognition is based on the combined academic achievement gains of the economically disadvantaged subgroup for assessments administered in the FY13, FY14, & FY15 school terms. One award is given for each of the following categories: large, medium, small and extra-small school districts. Chickamauga City is recognized in the category of extra-small school district. Previously, Chickamauga City received this recognition for the 2011-12, 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years.


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