Calhoun County Middle-High School (Georgia)

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Calhoun County Middle-High School
700 Manry Street
Edison, Georgia 39846
United States
Coordinates 31°33′50″N 84°43′40″W / 31.563868°N 84.727913°W / 31.563868; -84.727913Coordinates: 31°33′50″N 84°43′40″W / 31.563868°N 84.727913°W / 31.563868; -84.727913
School district Calhoun County School District
Principal Craveous Butler
Teaching staff 19 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Grades 6-12
Enrollment 360 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 18.9 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Athletics GHSA Class A
Mascot Cougar

Calhoun County Middle-High School is a secondary school in Edison, Georgia, United States.


In late 1994, former Calhoun County High School teacher Dr. Corkin Cherubini made national headlines when, as district superintendent, he ended district practices the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights found to be racially biased, including tracking and segregated cheerleading squads.[2][3]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Student groups and organizations include 4-H, Beta Club, FBLA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FFA, literary club, Network of Trust, talent search, Upward Bound, YAK, and yearbook.

The school's sports teams, known as the Calhoun County Cougars, compete in GHSA Class A Region 1, Sub-Region A. Teams are fielded in baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, softball, and track.


  1. ^ a b c "School Detail for Calhoun County Middle/high School". National Center for Education Statistics. 
  2. ^ Johnston, Robert C. (1994-12-14). "Effort To Do the Right Thing Upsets Ga. County". Education Week. 
  3. ^ "Georgia Superintendent Battles a Subtle Racism". New York Times. 1995-02-14.