Our School

At North Cobb, we believe a student’s success in life is dependent upon more than just his grades. To become truly “educated,” we believe students must recognize and develop their intellect, their talents, and their aspirations.

We are deeply focused on 21st century academics and offer a variety of curricular and extracurricular options for students. Our students enjoy advanced placement courses, NJROTC, fine arts, career and technical education courses, world languages, nationally recognized clubs, and athletics.

International Skills

We are pleased to offer students at North Cobb opportunities to develop international skills that increase their global competency both in the workplace and at university. 

The Georgia Department of Education recently chose North Cobb as an International Skills Diploma School. This allows us to confer a special International Skills Diploma on students who take four world language courses, a selection of internationally oriented science and social studies courses, and participate in international activities and a capstone project.

Advanced Placement

APCS-Advanced Placement Certified SchoolsStudents at North Cobb High School may also elect to take Advanced Placement (AP) courses as part of their course load to potentially earn college credit for their hard work. 

The Georgia Board of Education recently recognized North Cobb as an Honor Advanced Placement School in all five available categories. 

AP Access and Support
This honor is for schools at which 30 percent or more of their AP exams are taken by students who have identified themselves as African-American and/or Hispanic, and where 30 percent of all AP exam scores are 3 or higher.

AP Merit Schools
Schools earn this honor when at least 20 percent of the student body take AP exams, and at least 50 percent of all AP exams earn a score of 3 or higher.

AP STEM Schools
This honor is for schools with students testing in at least two AP math and science courses. 

AP STEM Achievement
Schools earn this honor when students test in at least two AP math and science courses, and at least 40 percent of those exams score a 3 or higher. 

AP Humanities Schools
These schools have students testing in all of the following AP courses: at least one ELA course, two social science courses, one fine arts course, and one world language course.

Dual Enrollment

NCHS allows any high school student to earn high school and college credit concurrently. This program pays for post-secondary tuition, mandatory fees, and books, but it may not cover all course-related fees and supplies. Each student is responsible for meeting the college entrance requirements, including application fees. Learn more about Georgia’s Dual Enrollment Program online, or visit with your guidance counselor.


We offer a multitude of elective courses for students to explore their interests and extend learning. Students must complete seven (7) elective courses in order to graduate. (You can view all graduation requirements on our Counseling Department’s website.) Students must apply and be accepted for the following elective courses before registering: