Brumby Elementary is located in Marietta, Georgia and serves a population of 1020 regular and special needs children, pre-K through fifth grade. Brumby has over 90 full and part-time certified faculty members, which includes teachers, administrators, media specialists and counselors. Approximately 64% of the staff has a master's degree or higher and 71% are certified in technology.
In addition Brumby provides a teacher induction program to all teachers with 3 years experience or less that are new to Cobb County.In the area of community outreach, Brumby currently works cooperatively with 10 local businesses and service agencies to plan and provide services for our students, families and teachers. Community and parent involvement have been enhanced through the BEAR program (Brumby Elementary Achieving in Reading), and RISE (Reading is Succeeding Every day) Program. Brumby's active PTA enjoys a warm and positive relationship with the school and community hosting such functions as Family Night, Fall Festival, Field Day, and Skate Night to name a few! Our partners in Education have instituted a new After School program focusing on increasing academics. The emphasis is on academic clubs such as mathematics, chess, cooking, and science.
East Cobb Middle School serves 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. We are part of the Cobb County Public School System. Our feeder elementary schools are Brumby, Eastvalley, Powers Ferry, Sedalia Park, and Sope Creek. East Cobb students go on to Wheeler High School.
WHEELER HIGH SCHOOL is located in northeast Cobb County, Georgia, USA. It is near the city of Marietta, about 22 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta. Wheeler has been in operation since 1965. It is a standard public school of the State of Georgia and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
THE CENTER FOR ADVANCED STUDIES MAGNET PROGRAM The program is part of the National Consortium of Science, Math and Technology Magnet Schools offering an advanced curriculum to highly motivated students. By junior year, Center students are taking classes typically found at the university level. Current students come from private, public and homeschool environments. The magnet offers an intimate, challenging education with like-minded peers. Admission is open to all qualified eighth graders who reside in Cobb County, Georgia. Admission is competitive and applications are due in early December. The Center for Advance Studies is gaining national attention as a premier education opportunity.