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Westlake Is Reloaded Again

The Westlake Lion’s track and field team has shown their pride numerous times, by bringing home four state championships. As they prepare mentally and physically to compete for the 2015 title,...

May 7, 2015

Books Your Kids Want to Read Over the Holidays

Kati Gardner told us about the merits of NaNoWriMo and is back to share her insights for books your kids will want to read over the holidays. Kati is an aspiring author, former middle school teacher...

November 25, 2013

Georgia High Schools Gear Up For 2013 Season With Concussion Baseline Testing

A fall weekend spent in the state of Georgia is likely to teach a visitor at least one thing: southern football is king around these parts and there is no question about it. From the pee-wee ranks on...

July 26, 2013

Do You Remember? North Gwinnett Defeats Colquitt Co. in the 2012 Corky Kell Classic

Okay, we all know that there’s no real end and beginning to the football season here in Georgia. In honor of the four seasons--Football, Spring Football, Recruiting, and National Signing Day--we’re...

June 5, 2013

Latest Score 44 List Features QB Shuffle

The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best forty-four seniors in Georgia high school football on a week-to-week basis. These players are some of the most highly-recruited players in the...

October 4, 2012

The Golden Days

Sports Fans! I am so happy to now be a part of this amazing GPB Sports crew--one that recognizes the value of both education and athletics within the lives of young people and that works so hard to...

September 6, 2012

The Best Coverage of High School Sports Returns in Just a Few Months!!

We are only a few months away from football season, which mean we are only a few months away from the Best High School Sports Coverage in all of Georgia! GPB covers it all!!! From The Corky Kell...

May 23, 2012

Stop the Drop GA: A Dropout Prevention Summit

Half of the adults in my family are teachers, or were teachers, in public education in Georgia. Half. And almost every one of those educators in my family have at least a Master’s degree, too. It’...

November 10, 2011