Alonzo A. Crim Open Campus High School

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Coordinates: 33°44′43.46″N 84°19′51.23″W / 33.7454056°N 84.3308972°W / 33.7454056; -84.3308972

Alonzo Aristotle Crim Open Campus High School
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256 Clifton Street Southeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30317
United States
Type Public
Motto "One Campus Open to a World of Opportunities"
Established 2005
School district Atlanta Public Schools
Grades 9–12
Campus Urban
Color(s) Blue and white
Mascot Eagles
Nickname Crim, Crim High
Yearbook Azuwur

Alonzo A. Crim Open Campus High School is a public high school in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It is located at 256 Clifton Street SE. It replaced Alonzo A. Crim Comprehensive High School after it closed in 2005.[1] Part of Atlanta Public Schools, it is located in southeast Atlanta, in the Kirkwood neighborhood.


Until 1988, the school was named J.C. Murphy High School. From 1988-2005, the school was named Alonzo Aristotle Crim Comprehensive High School. Its feeder schools were Sammye E. Coan Middle School and Thurgood Marshall Middle School.

Former athletic programs[edit]

The Eagles athletic teams competed in Region 2-AA of the Georgia High School Association.

In its last year as a traditional school, Crim High School's athletic program offered varsity girls' softball, varsity boys' track, varsity football, varsity boys' basketball, junior varsity boys' basketball, varsity girls' basketball, junior varsity girls' basketball, varsity basketball, junior varsity basketball, and cheerleading.

Notable alumni (traditional school)[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Anthony Carter 1989 professional basketball player for the Denver Nuggets [2]
Shandon Anderson 1991 former NBA player who played for the Houston Rockets, New York Knicks, Miami Heat, and Utah Jazz
Gerran Walker 2001 former football wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts [3]


  1. ^ Crim Open Campus High School website
  2. ^ Staff. "Nuggets' Carter keeps on dreaming", Denver Post, December 23, 2007. Retrieved August 18, 2010.
  3. ^ Staff (May 5, 2006). "Gerran Walker". Indianapolis Colts. Archived from the original on May 19, 2011. Retrieved August 18, 2010.