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CISMCC Alumni Receives Full Scholarship to Oglethorpe University

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We are thrilled to announce that CISMCC Alumni, Mary, is one of six students from Freedom University who won a full, merit-based scholarships to Oglethorpe University. Congratulations Mary! Thank you to all of those along the way who have helped and supported Mary. 

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Jasmine

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Jasmine is a reason we do what we do at CISMCC. Jasmine enrolled in the CIS program at South Cobb HS in 2014. She graduated May 2016, the first in her family to earn a high school diploma. Jasmine plans to study Radiography at Chattahoochee Technical College this Fall.

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Osborne High School wins CIS National Unsung Hero Award

Roadblocks, police checking legal documentation, parents being put into custody – this was the scene outside Osborne High School in Marietta, Ga., one parent night several years ago. Osborne has a high number of Spanish-language families, and law enforcement’s surprise roadblock led to many of them losing trust in Osborne. When CIS of Marietta/Cobb County […]

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Greta B.

Greta’s family has a history of violence, bad records, in and out of jail. She is the 1 of 5 children, family low income and she is the middle child. We started to work with her brother and when he was sent to jail for bringing a gun to school I began working with her. She […]

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MAPS

  Minorities Achieving Postsecondary Success, (MAPS) Inc. has a partnership with CIS of Marietta/Cobb County to serve students at Osborne High School and South Cobb High School. Over the last few years, we have seen the students grow and mature and most importantly plan for the next phase of their lives.  We are so proud […]

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Mahogany Roundtree

A South Cobb High School and MAPS student cited for her compelling story and tenacity in overcoming long odds to complete her high school education was selected to attend the prestigious Beating the Odds: Reach Higher Summit at the White House, an initiative of First Lady Michelle Obama.   Mahogany Roundtree, 18, is the first Minorities […]

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