Car Rider Procedures
With the addition of the new bus port and parking lot, students will be able to park in the lower parking again! With the new lots we are going to make Northside Drive (road alongside the Auditorium and new bus port) a one way road for the entrance to the lower lot and Southside drive will be a one way exit to Holt Road.
Buses enter and leave on Northside Drive, car riders enter on Northside Drive, drop off by the Main Lobby of the school and exit only to the right onto Holt Road, and students with parking permits enter on Northside Drive during morning arrival and exit on Southside drive during their dismissal. The first week will be a learning curve for all so please be patient and follow the directive of our campus officers and crossing guard.
Morning traffic pattern
Afternoon traffic pattern
Student Parking Info
Parking Permits will be sold starting Tuesday July 29. Forms are available on the website and can be turned in to Mrs. Losner in the main office. We will also have a booth to sell student parking permits during Upper Class Wildcat Daze on July 31 from 6 to 8 pm. Incomplete forms will not be accepted and forms will also not be accepted for students with outstanding fines. View and download the necessary documents.
Parents and Students: Please note the school day (classes) will begin at 8:20 for the 2014-15 School Year. See the 2014-15 Bell Schedule
Congratulations to the newest member of Club 36, Joanne Thomas,'15! Joanne scored a 36 on the Reading section of the ACT.
Congratulations to Matthew Coffin,'15, who scored an 800 on the Writing section of the SAT and a 36 on the English, Reading & Science sections of the ACT. We welcome him to both the 800 Club and Club 36!
Congratulations to Martin Cheung '15, one of the five teen entrepreneurs representing JA of Georgia Company Ruff It Up, who won the national award of JA Company of the Year as well as the NYSE Best Financial Performance Award at the 2014 Junior Achievement National Leadership Summit on June 18 at Washington, D. C. The JA of Georgia students, all from different high schools, founded a company that made affordable and durable tug-of-war pet toys. A total of 24 JA student teams comprised of nearly 100 teen entrepreneurs competed at the event. During the competition, the teens participated in a trade fair on Capitol Hill, a formal business presentation, and interviews with the judges. More info
Congratulations to Katherine Reuben, '15, the newest member of both the 800 Club and Club 36! Katherine scored an 800 on the Critical Reading section of the SAT and a 36 on the Reading section of the ACT.
Ryan Lambert, '14, is the H2O in HD Contest Grand Prize Winner for his PSA entitled "Dust." H2O in HD is presented in partnership with the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) and Cobb County Water System. Students at Cobb County high schools were invited to create a 60-second PSA showcasing water conservation and video production skills. All entries along with the winning videos can be seen at www.youtube.com/watersmartprograms.
Jesse Kearse, '14, was a recipient of the 2014 George Morris Scholar Athlete Scholarship. Jesse is both a varsity football and baseball player at Wheeler
Wheeler's Math Team placed 4th at the GCTM State Mathematics Tournament on April 26 in Macon. Team members were Michael Li, Ian McAulay, Kevin Sholl, & Anirudh Udutha. In the individual competition, Anirudh Udutha placed tenth.
Anirudh Udutha was named one of the Semifinalists of the 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Candidates are selected on the basis of Superior achievements, leadership qualities, personal character, and involvement in community and school activities. Anirudh choose Dr. Crooks as the Distinguished Teacher for most inspiring and challenging teacher for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program is one of the Nation's highest honors for high school students and was established in 1964, by Executive Order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our Nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors.