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GHSA Provides Updates Amid Extended School Closures

As of April 1, there have not been any final decisions made on the status of Georgia High School Athletics going forward, but for the most current thinking from GHSA please click on the link below for a letter from Executive Director Robin Hines. GHSA April 2020 Letter In keeping with the closure of Atlanta

Suspension of Athletic Activities Continues

Atlanta, GA – In keeping with the closure of Atlanta Public Schools and in accordance with the guidance of the Georgia High School Association, all sports activities continue to be postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. All Grady High School Athletics activities are suspended and all of its facilities are closed until further notice. The latest information

Northside Hospital – Hand Washing

How & When You Should Wash Your Hands Germs are everywhere around us. Normally, we live with germs without getting sick, but in certain cases, harmful germs cause us to get sick—or we can spread harmful germs to others and cause them to get sick. Keeping your hands clean is the best way to prevent

Is LIFE U for you?

Is LIFE the Perfect Fit for You? Choosing a university can be a daunting task that is about more than just getting a degree in order to get a job. Your university experience gives you the knowledge, confidence and experience to help you make your world better. Ultimately, you are searching for a Lasting Purpose with authentic community, and that is why

Golf Posts Strong Showing vs. Decatur

Atlanta, GA – Grady Golf competed against Decatur on March 10 at Browns Mill Golf Course in the third tournament of the season for the boys and the first of 2020 for the girls. Led by five golfers in the top six of the match, including Medalist Daniel Poss’ score of 41, the boys team

Boys Track Finishes 4th at Atlanta Games Invitational

Atlanta, GA – The Boys Track team finished 4th at the Atlanta Games Invitational on March 7 at Lakewood Stadium, bested only by Arabia Mountain, Tucker, and Heritage. The Knights were led by Bram Mansbach, who posted 16 total points with 2nd place finishes in the 1600 and 3200. Melik Etienne contributed 6.33 points with