Callaway High School (Georgia)
|Callaway High School|
|221 Whitfield Rd.
|School district||Troup County School District|
|Color(s)||Red and black|
|Rival||Heard County High School, LaGrange High School|
|Website||Callaway High School|
Callaway High School is a public high school located in Hogansville, Georgia, United States. It enrolls students in grades 9-12 from LaGrange, Hogansville, and the surrounding area. The principal is Jonathan Laney. The mascot of Callaway is the Cavalier.
History and demographics
Callaway High School opened in 1996 to replace Hogansville High School. It was named after the Callaway family who lived in the area.
Callaway is the smallest of the three public high schools in Troup County. In 2010, Callaway had 824 students. In 2010, the student body was 60% white, 37% black, 1% Asian, 1% Hispanic and 1% multi-racial. About 55% of Callaway's students were considered economically disadvantaged, and 9% were disabled.
The school offers Advanced Placement courses in:
- Art: Studio 2-D Design
- Calculus BC
- English Language and Composition
- English Literature and Composition
- United States Government and Politics
Callaway is in Region 5AA in Georgia. In fall 2015, the school's football team's record was 11-2. The head football coach is Coach Pete Wiggins.
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