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Welcome to Cross Keys High School, home of the

 Attention Cross Keys Parents!!!! We will be hosting Parent/Teacher Conference Night here at Cross Keys on Wednesday, October 22, 2014. Conferences Night will last from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. We look forward to seeing you!


 Bienvenidos a Cross Keys, hogar de los 

Indios poderosos.

¡¡¡Atención Padres de Cross Keys!!!

Tendremos las Conferencias entre Padres y Maestros aqui en Cross Keys el miercoles, 22 de octubre del 2014. Las conferencias seran de 4:30 a 6:30pm. ¡ Esperamos verlos!


Atlanta Educator Receives State Farm® Good Neighbor Student Achievement Grant to Link Classroom Learning to Community Problem-Solving

Glenda Bonds to lead class in a “Semester of Service” designed to enhance student engagement
—Glenda Bonds, a Business Computer Science teacher at Cross Keys High School in Atlanta, Georgia has received a State Farm Student Achievement Grant to lead her students in a semester-long service and learning project to address the issue of senior citizens’ hunger. Bonds’ project begins on October 5 and continues through Global Youth Service Day, April 10-12, 2015. Throughout the school year, students will partner with Senior Connections’ Meals on Wheels program to assist in preparing and distributing meals to the elderly. “Service-learning,” noted Bonds, “enhances academic achievement and serves as an avenue for civic involvement for students.” Bonds hopes that through participating in this service-learning project, her students will develop their confidence, realize their strength as leaders, and achieve a deeper understanding of their ability to transform the world around them. Consequently, Bonds’ students will play a substantive role in developing, organizing, and leading the project.  

Teacher of the year
Mr. Everett Laing - 2014 CK Teacher of the Year 
Mr. Laing is very honored to have been chosen to represent CK as Teacher of the Year.
He said, “The best thing about working at CK is the diversity in the student population and the honor of working with all the students and some of the most caring and dedicated teachers in DeKalb County.”



Ms. Tai Jordan 
CK 2014 Education
Support Professional of the Year


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The atmosphere of a school must be conducive to learning. Our school uniform reflects that atmosphere and it indicates that the wearer possesses the intellectual moral character necessary to be a member of an outstanding student body.   
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