Thank you for visiting Northwest Georgia College and Career Academy! The staff at NWGCCA have strong relationships between faculty, community partners and students. NWGCCA provides high school students with opportunities and experiences that assist them to pursue the knowledge and skills necessary for career readiness and success.
Using the academic and technical content, together with work readiness skills, and the apprenticeship experience, NWGCCA works to link education with economic and workforce development to support the Northwest Georgia region. The creation and nurturing of safe professional relationships cultivate creativity and reflect the belief that we are not just one part of the school system but we are part of the entire body encompassing the “One” in # One Whitfield.
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Elementary and middle schools across Whitfield County offered students an opportunity to develop skills in public speaking by competing in school-level civic oration competitions. The school-level winners then had the chance to showcase their public speaking skills at the 2023 District Civic Oration Competition. Click the link above to learn more.
The Georgia Department of Education honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life through the Georgia Scholar program. Kennedy Hughes and Liam Roche from Coahulla Creek High School and Rylei Brown, David Minter and Nathan Torbett from Northwest Whitfield High School are among the 154 graduating seniors named 2023 Georgia Scholars. Click the link above to learn more.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods named Coahulla Creek, Northwest and Southeast high schools 2023 Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools. Please click the link above to read more about these outstanding accomplishments by all three WCS high schools.
Whitfield County Schools is proud to recognize its 2023 STAR Students and Teachers. To qualify for the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR), high school seniors must have the highest score on the SAT and be in the top 10 percent of their class. Once named, students then select a teacher to share in this recognition. Click the link above to learn more.