May 3, 2007 RSS feed / Schools

CPS Gator Greats

Clarke Prep promotes character building traits. Students recognized in April are listed: K-5: Joshua Carlisle and Marlee Cockerham. First grade: Autumn Chancey and Tyler Baggett. Second grade: Mariah Williams and Shelby Sellers. More...

Clarke Prep honor roll students named

Etheridge 1st ALL A's Asheley Jordan Maria McCollum Tara Rowell ALL A's & B's Jordan Brooks Autumn Chancey Noah Gibbons Brittney Green Sealy Green Noa James 1st Overstreet ALL A's Collin Harvell Gauge Horton Olivia Jordan Ashl More...

FFA places in competition

On April 13, members of the Future Farmers of America competed in the 2007 South District FFA Eliminations at Lurleen B. Wallace Community College in Andalusia. More...

Band members pick up top marks at fest

The Clarke County High School band members that participated in the Alabama State Solo and Ensemble Festival received all I's(Superior), Saturday April 28. This event was held at Mary G. Montgomery High School in Semmes. More...

Honor roll students named

Clarke County High School's honor roll for the third ninth week's period is listed. Ninth Grade All As: Ladonte Allen, Brianna Foreman, Kiara Gildersleeve, John Pendleton, Jamie Stabler and Dylyn Walker. More...

CPS Junior High beauties

Clarke Prep Junior High Winners in the April 21 beauty review are pictured. More...

Top readers recognized

Accelerated Readers Leaders for the 2006-2007 school year are detailed below: 2nd Grade- Jackson 1st Sara Wilson; 2nd Shelby Sellers; 3rd Elise Motes. 2nd Grade - Long 1st Dalton McIntyre; 2nd Malori Lewis; 3rd Lily Morgan. More...

Mr. and Miss CPS

Wesley Morgan and Katelyn Dunagan (right) were named Mr. and Miss CPS recently. Runners up were: 1st runner up - Christopher Dunnam and Hannah Parden, 2nd runner Up - Morgan Norris and Alison Blankenship, More...

School year will soon be over

The month of April flew right by, getting closer to the end of this school year. Students have been getting ready for exams, banquets, Awards Night, Memory Night, and of course, graduation. More...

FBLA students attends conference

Six Clarke County High School students attended the Alabama Future Business Leaders of America Conference and Competition in Birmingham, April 12 and 13. More...

Drama Club goes colonial

Twenty-two students traveled back in time to showcase life in Colonial America on the back campus of Clarke County High School. The Drama Club dressed in colonial attire and portrayed famous people who lived during that time period. More...