Columbus High School (Columbus, Georgia)

Columbus High School (Columbus, Georgia)

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Columbus High School (Columbus, Georgia)

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Columbus High School is located in Columbus, Georgia, USA. It serves as one of the Muscogee County School District's Liberal Arts Magnet school. It opened in 1890 and has been located throughout the city. In the 2006-2007 school year it was ranked #9. In 2005, the school shared the ranking as the top high school in the state of Georgia. This ranking was shared with John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School in Augusta, Georgia.

Graduation requirements

All Liberal Arts College Preparatory Magnet students entering the program as 9<sup>th</sup> graders must earn a total of 32 Carnegie units. To remain in the magnet program, students must maintain at least a "C" average in any taken course. Failure to do so can result in the removal of the student from Columbus High School, the one exception being for Freshmen who fail during their first semester, as the transition to high school might be overwhelming. Students take one core course each year in English, Math, Science and Social Studies.

Community involvement

Each year, students serve 20 hours of volunteer work around the area as part of their Social Studies class. 12th graders do a senior project in which they must pick an activity they have never tried before, have a mentor teach the student what to do and how do it. Each senior must spend 100 hours on it and maintain a portfolio documenting their progress from the summer before their senior year until the final presentation in April. Then they must...
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