McEachern High School believes in academic success for all students. Our vision is “High Levels of Learning for All.” We offer a wide variety of College Prep courses that include various AP and Honors classes. In addition, we have almost every elective course imaginable. Many of the electives have certified fields and prepare our students for future careers in the market today.



Student Council, Beta Club, National Honor Society, FCA, FBLA, and the Robotics Team are just a few of the many clubs and organizations we offer for students to get involved while at McEachern. Check out our Clubs and Organizations.

2015 champions


McEachern High School has one of the best athletic programs in the state of Georgia. We have championship teams in several sports. Check out our Athletic website for current athletic events and news.   McEachern Athletics

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Pathways to Success

Our Office of School Counseling provides many opportunities to discover your personal pathway to success. We encourage you to look into all of the college and career possibilities that are highlighted each year.   The Office of School Counseling


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Chick-fil-A Leader Academy


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**See a short presentation that highlights the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Day at McEachern High School. Watch Video

Follow us on Twitter @McEachernCFALA

Pride in the Tribe

2015-16 Faculty of the Year

Teacher of the Year
Pat Lynch
Classified Person of the Year
Jacqueline Schilling


Current Announcements and News

Vans Competition

Voting is officially open for the VANS Competition. Help McEachern make it to the Top 5! We are Top 10 in the Southeast Region. Vote online here: http://vans.com/customculture



You can see multiple views of the finished shoes on the YouTube video @ https://youtu.be/NtCxyK_G3nw 

McEachern High School Credit Extension Program

  • June 6-23, 2016
  • Monday – Thursday
  • 9-12pm

Applications can be picked up from the Career Tech Office.
Application deadline is May 27, 2016.

Blood Drive

Greetings Indian Nation,

Our last blood drive, hosted by McEachern’s FBLA and HOSA, was awesome. Our McEachern students signed up for over 90% of the donor spots back in November 2015. We would like to give our parents and community the opportunity to participate in our spring blood drive on April 27th. The Red Cross will be in Lovinggood Gym from 3:30 to 7:30 pm.

To schedule an appointment, please visit redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: mceachern    

Please contact Mrs. Foust (FBLA) or Mrs. Dilbeck (HOSA) for any questions.
Tanisha FoustTanisha.Foust@cobbk12.org
Jan DilbeckJan.Dilbeck@cobbk12.org

test-361512_640Reassessment Deadline

Re-assessment deadline for the second part of this semester is this Thursday, April 28th.  Students need to see their teachers if assessments need to be done.

McEachern-Sports-Logo-XXSmallActivity Physicals for 2016-2017

Forms will be given out the night of Physicals

Date: Wednesday April 27th   Cost: $20.00 cash only

McEachern-Sports-Logo-XXSmallNew Athletic Physical Process

Attention Parents and Students: We have a new Athletic Physical Process for 2016-2017 Physicals.  Please see the Athletic Page for more information. http://mceachernhigh.org/athletics/

McEachern Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Video

2015-2016 AAAAAA Girl’s Basketball Champions

Ladies Basketball Champions

Class AAAAAA girls: McEachern 71, Tucker 51

by AJC.com

Make it three straight for the McEachern girls.
McEachern becomes the first school to win three straight championships in the state’s highest division since Collins Hill did it from 2005-07. The Indians have won state championships in four of the last five years.
“It feels really good. It’s a blessing,” said McEachern senior Jada Lewis. “I’m just happy that we won again. We deserve. We really had to work for this one. It wasn’t given to us. We just worked and we deserve our ring.”
The Indians (25-7) finished the season by winning their final 19 games. They were led by sophomore Chanel Wilson with 17 points, four rebounds and three assists. Que Morrison added 14 points and 11 rebounds and Lewis scored 12. Jasmine Clements had a game-high 13 rebounds.
“Unselfish. Very unselfish,” Lewis said. “We want each other to be successful.”


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