Skip to Main Content
Carroll County Schools

11 recognized for Advanced Academic Programs

May 16 2022

Congratulations to 11 Carroll County Schools graduating seniors for their recognition as Advanced Academic Program of Study graduates. They were honored at a ceremony Monday, May 9 at the Carroll County Schools Performing Arts Center. After the ceremony, each student presented a culminating project which displayed highlights from his or her high school career and reflected lessons learned from the challenging and rigorous course of study. 

Advanced Program of Study graduates must take at least 10 Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment classes (a minimum of 4 must be AP), complete three years of a modern language, have at least a 4.0 GPA and qualify for the Zell Miller Scholarship. The Zell Miller Scholarship requires a score at least a 26 on the ACT or a 1200 on the SAT (math and reading).

Advanced Academic Program graduates are:

Maggie Crawford from Bowdon High School
Jackson Burns from Central High School
Charlee Causey from Central High School
Abigail Cole from Central High School
Kyle Dean from Central High School
Caleb Griffis from Central High School
Eli Johnson from Central High School
Abigail Lee from Central High School
Grace Yoder from Central High School
Dylan Roulaine from Mount Zion High School
Isabela Pitts from Villa Rica High School