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Basketball Girls Youth Camp

The KMHS Coaches Camp Staff would like to announce our annual basketball camp. The camp will be held Monday, June 18th-Thursday, June 21st. The camp is for ages 5 through 14 at Kennesaw Mountain High School. Our camp will focus on teaching the fundamentals and games skills of basketball along with the mental part of

Mustang Volleyball’s “Bring It” Camp Registration Open!

The Kennesaw Mountain Girls Volleyball program is happy to announce its 3rd annual “Bring It” camp! This year’s camp will be led by David Owens, a state final four coach. Other top area coaches and college players will assist him in running the camp. The Kennesaw Mountain “Bring It” Volleyball camp is designed for every

Kennesaw Mountain Named Cobb’s Most Positive School!

Kennesaw Mountain has been named the Most Positive School in Cobb County by Positive Athlete Georgia for the 2nd time! Aidan Walsh has been named the Most Positive Male Swimmer in Cobb and Emma Hutchins has been named the Most Positive Girls Lacrosse athlete in Cobb County. These regional wins qualify Aidan, Emma and the

Chapman named Head Girls Basketball Coach!

Kennesaw Mountain High School is proud to announce that Lisa Chapman has been named Head Girls Basketball coach! A founding faculty member at Kennesaw Mountain, Coach Chapman has led the very successful Mustang Softball program winning over 400 games while also coaching basketball at both Harrison and Kennesaw Mountain over her 24 year teaching career.

Tennis Website Link

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Swim & Dive has top 5 finish!

Congratulations to the Mustang Swimming and Diving Team for their performance this past weekend at the County Championships. The girls finished 5th.  Here are the top 20 finishers for the Lady Mustangs: 200 Medley Relay- Gabby Auerbach, Brinson Griffeth, Addie Rose Bullock, Amanda Ware- 4th 200 Freestyle- Gabby Auerbach-3rd 200 IM- Addie Rose Bullock- Champion;

Food for Thought

By: Will Brooks   One of the goals for Life University’s 2020 strategic vision was to grow undergraduate and graduate enrollment significantly, specifically with sights on reaching 3,000 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students by that point in time. One tactic to execute that vision involved growing the number of degree programs offered, providing a