Adairsville High School

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Adairsville High School
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519 Old Highway 41

Coordinates34°24′49″N 84°56′11″W / 34.413708°N 84.936504°W / 34.413708; -84.936504[1]
Motto"Graduating and Beyond, Creating Lifelong Learners"
School districtBartow County School District
PrincipalBruce Mulkey[2]
Faculty57.9 (on FTE basis)[3]
Grades9 to 12
Enrollment973 (2016-17)[4]
Student to teacher ratio13.8[3]
Slogan"It's what we do"
Athletics conferenceGHSA Region 7-AAA[5]
SportsFootball, men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, men's soccer, women's soccer, softball, swimming, cross country, track, tennis, JROTC Raiders, JROTC Drill, JROTC Color Guard, spirit cheerleading, competition cheerleading, One-act,
Team nameAdairsville Tigers, Tiger Battalion (JROTC)

Adairsville High School is a four-year public high school located in Adairsville, Georgia, United States. It enrolls students in grades 9-12.

Student organizations[edit]

The many clubs and societies available to the students include:


The Adairsville Tigers play in the GHSA's AAA division.


In the fall of 2015 the Adairsville High football team went to the third round of the playoffs.


In 2013 the Adairsville Tigers competition cheerleading team made it to the state championships for the first time in school history, led by seniors Kaitlyn Greene, Dallas Higgins and Emi Kuhrt.

JROTC Drill Team[edit]

On March 22, 2008, the Tiger Battalion Drill and Color Guard teams competed at state, where they took home first place in male unarmed squad and female color guard. On March 24, 2011, the Tiger Battalion Drill team competed at the sixth brigade state drill competition and took first place in male armed platoon; second place in male armed squad and male unarmed platoon; and third place in female armed squad, female unarmed platoon, male color guard, female armed exhibition, and male unarmed squad.

JROTC Raiders[edit]

On November 8, 2008, the male and female Tiger Battalion Raider teams competed at the National Raider Meet, where the female team took home second place. In 2013, Adairsville's female Raider team won its first national championship. In 2014, Adairsville's male and female Raider teams won the Georgia state raider championship. The female team went on the following week and won their second consecutive national championship.


The boys' tennis team won back-to-back region championships in 1995 and 1996. They were the Class A #1 ranked public school team in the state both years.


In 2004, Armando Miccoli submitted several forms to the United States Army JROTC program and the Bartow County School Board to add the JROTC program to Adairsville High School. Two years later, Major David Sexauer came to Adairsville with the program. Later that year, Sergeant First Class Charles Gibbs joined Maj. Sexuaer, and the two created Raiders, Drill Team, and Color Guard for the program. On October 15, 2008, the Battalion was approved to start a Rifle Team. Since then First Sergeant Jerry Queen has joined the Tiger Battalion as AI in place of Sgt. Gibbs.


On March 27, 2008 they took part in a Brigade Inspection. Every three years all JROTC Battalions must participate in a formal inspection led by a member from the Sixth Brigade Headquarters and other senior members from various other schools. Subjects in the inspections include various areas of the battalion, such as the supply room, personnel records, and public relations. The Battalion Staff gave the inspectors a formal military style briefing over their different jobs. Each company was also inspected for correct uniform wear and knowledge over questions. A Drill and Color Guard team was also inspected. Tiger Battalion scored a 589 out of a possible, 600 giving it the title of Honor Unit with Distinction.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "Free US Geocoder". Archived from the original on 2011-05-11. Retrieved 2010-05-30.
  2. ^ Adairsville High School. Retrieved on 2014-6-05.
  3. ^ a b "Adairsville High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2008-04-28.
  4. ^ "Adairsville High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 4, 2019.
  5. ^ 2006-2008 Region Alignment Archived 2010-06-20 at the Wayback Machine. Georgia High School Association. Retrieved on 2008-04-28.

Coordinates: 34°19′48″N 84°54′22″W / 34.330°N 84.906°W / 34.330; -84.906