School Information

Our community is located in the Newton County School System.

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Quick links for Summer Programming for students in CHA Neighborhoods

NCSS School Nutrition Breakfast and Lunch Program Summer 2021

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Fabrication Camp Scholarship
CHA is sponsoring a scholarship to the Fabrication Factory Camp at Newton College & Career Academy. This is great opportunity for your student to experience first hand some of the learning and career opportunities at the Academy. Call Josephine at 404-304-0587 to get a copy or download an application HERE
Applications Due May 31, 2021
F Fab Camp 04.27.21

Newton County Library Summer Reading Program
June 1 – July 31, 2021 Ages 0 -17
Maintaining reading during the summer break has been proven to be one of the best tools to prevent learning loss over the summer break. To encourage CHA students to keep reading, staff have created an extra special reward. Students that have read four books will go on a VIP Exclusive Tour sponsored by Main Street Trolleys, lots of treats and surprises will be included on the tour.
To get a library card HERE
Register your students on the 

The website is Please click the link to get enrollment, calendar, bus routes, menus, and other important information concerning resources to assist your child in their education and personal development.

What school will my child attend?

  • Alcovy Rd. - Flint Hill Elementary, Cousins Middle and Eastside High School
  • Taylor St. - Middle Ridge Elementary, Indian Creek Middle, and Newton High School
  • Holmes Ct. - Porterdale Elementary, Clements Middle, and Newton High School

After School Programming

Newton County School System was awarded a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant to expand the ASAP, targeting children identified as needing after‐school services and remediation, but whose families cannot afford the tuition‐based program already in place. The 21st Century CLC provides federal funds to establish or expand community learning centers that operate during out-of-school hours and that have three specific purposes:

  • To provide opportunities for academic enrichment and tutorial services
  • To offer students a broad array of additional services, programs, and activities to reinforce and complement the regular academic program; and
  • To offer families of 21st CCLC students opportunities for literacy and related educational development

Funding from the program has allowed the district to serve 850 additional students tuition-free in the ASAP in 12 locations: Fairview, Flint Hill, Heard Mixon and West Newton elementary schools; Clements, Cousins, Indian Creek, Liberty, and Veterans Memorial middle schools; Alcovy, and Eastside high schools, and the Washington Street Community Center.

Ms. Deena J. Sams, Licensed Associate Professional Counselor (LAPC)
Director of After-School and Community Affairs
Phone: (770) 787-1330, ext. 1271