McEachern Lady Indians Clinches Fourth Straight State Basketball Championship

The Lady Indians became the first girls basketball team in nearly 40 years to win four straight titles in the state’s top classification, coming from behind to beat Norcross 75-68 on Saturday in the Class AAAAAAA state final at Georgia Tech’s McCamish Pavilion.

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Electives Course Offerings Guide

Students can explore our electives course offerings for the 2017-2018 school year by clicking on the link below.

2017-2018 Electives Course Offerings


McEachern Tutoring Program

Is your child struggling in a particular class?  We are aware that students learn in different ways.  So tutoring can be vital to the education process and student success.  McEachern High School is offering tutoring for core classes (Math, English, Science, Social Studies & Modern Language) starting February 2. 

Please contact your student’s teacher to schedule tutoring sessions for extra academic support.  Sessions will be provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.  Tutoring times and Locations Flyer.

Note:   Students must be picked up at the flagpole promptly after they attend tutoring sessions.  

We look forward to serving your student’s academic needs!

 McEachern High School Staff


How to Link Your College Board (SAT) + Khan Academy Accounts


View the McEachern Veterans Day 2016 Assembly Mannequin Challenge


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Chasing The Dragon

You are invited to attend a community heroin/opioid forum where the documentary, Chasing the Dragon, is presented with a discussion among an expert panel to follow.

The event is Saturday, August 27th @ 1pm.

Click here to download the invitation: Chasing the Dragon Invitation


sat-act1The SAT is offered on the McEachern campus in the Freshman Center in November, March and June.  The ACT will be offered in February at McEachern.

Find out more information about taking the SAT or ACT on our SAT / ACT Information Page


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42 McEachern students were recently named AP Scholars as a result of their performance on the national AP exams administered in May.  A score of 3, 4, or 5 is considered a passing score, earning students potential college credit.  33 AP Scholars, 5 AP Scholars with Honors, 4 AP Scholars with Distinction and 1 National AP Scholar

AP Scholars (receiving a 3 or higher on three or more AP exams):
Juan Angulo
Cameron Carter
Eric Chemwor
Marisa Daniel
Moyosolaoluw (Yossy) Dare
Hannali Davis
Emaleigh Debolt
Jenna Dilbeck
Clifford Ealey
Yuta Hagiya
Jordan Henson
Joseph Kane
Ian Knox
Hannah Kriner
Jacob Larson
Tyler Leavitt
Sean Martin
Larry Meisner
Jason Munoz
Kenya Nellum
Fiona Nix
Amaka Okere
Laura Perez
Jessica Pomarico
Abigail Rowland
Aisha Saif
Nathan Saylors
Stephen Thelusme
Vianey Trujillo
Amarachi Ukaonu
Bria Ware
Tia West
Tabeer Zehra

AP Scholar with Honors (receiving a 3 or higher on four or more AP exams and averaging at least a 3.25 on all AP exams):
Obinwanne (Claire) Ajuebor
Erica Amaya
Michelle Boamah
Makenzie Hooks
Syeda M. Zehra

AP Scholar with Distinction (receiving a 3 or higher on five or more AP exams and averaging at least a 3.5 on all AP exams):
William (Sam) Adair
Trevor Beyke
Shakirah Rogers
Lillian Steele

National AP Scholar (receiving a 4 or higher on eight or more AP exams with an average score of at least 4.0 on all AP exams):
Lillian Steele