Honoring our Traditions
Building for our Future.
A MULTI-ACTIVITY CENTER CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
If you have driven by the high school campus during the past several months you most likely have noticed exciting facility upgrades that are underway, which is the result of careful evaluation and planning to meet the present and future needs of a growing student body.
The Class of 1969 consisted of 116 graduates. The Class of 2021 will graduate more than 400. This comparison alone demonstrates obvious growth and changes in our community. With this growth of our student population and our expanded extracurricular offerings come unique facility needs.
Thankfully, the school system’s leadership over the years has been proactive in providing expanded facilities to accommodate many of our programs. The Don Hall Band Building opened in the spring of 2004, followed by the Joshua R. Mabry Center for the Arts in 2010.
Because of the ongoing construction activities on our campus, now is the opportune time to address the needs of the physical education classes and other activity offerings. A space such as this can also significantly impact our local economy by making our schools a destination district for large events. Recently, Carrollton City Schools announced plans to expand Phase 4 of the new high school construction in order to address these needs. Plans to build the planned Phase 4 auxiliary gym with public SPLOST funds will be continued. A leadership committee, made up of CHS alumni and other interested citizens, has been given the task to raise additional private funds in order to make the expanded multi-activity center a reality in our community.
We hope you will consider giving to this project. Click HERE to make a tax-deductible donation through the Carrollton City Schools Education Foundation.