The Glynn Academy tennis teams kept their perfect Region 2-6A records intact ahead of this weekend’s Jekyll Jam by sweeping matches against Bradwell Institute on Tuesday at the GA tennis courts.
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Looking for an exciting opportunity to learn about careers that are fun, engaging and educational? The Golden Isles College & Career Academy is hosting three workshops for girls in 8th and 9th grades and a special adult female (e.g. mom, grandmother, aunt and/or mentor) to explore non-traditional careers for young women. There are limited seats, so call 912-280-6750 to register today.
Glynn Academy wrestler Jackson Wakeland has only been wrestling for about two and a half years, but that didn’t stop him from becoming the Terror’s first-ever state champion wrestler — only the second in Glynn County.
Click the link below to learn more about the two-part workshops, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 9 an Tuesday, March 9.
This past weekend, Brunswick High’s wrestling team competed at the GHSA 6A State Tournament in Macon, where the Pirates had all 10 of their wrestlers make it to the state quarterfinals.
Parents and guardians who have a child that will attend public school in Glynn County for the first time next school year are encouraged to register their child now for school in August. The 2021-2022 school year will begin on Tuesday, August 10.
The Sterling students were gathered to prepare for the upcoming Virtual Elementary Honor Chorus, for which they will each record their own performances that will be blended with those of 100 students across the state.
The Golden Isles College and Career Academy recently embarked on a service project that not only supported a local nonprofit doing important work but also raised students’ awareness of the hardships some face in this community.
The message coming from the Brunswick High football program has been consistent for years now: It’s all about the family. The Pirate family turned out in droves Wednesday to watch nine seniors ink letters of intent in the school’s auditorium on national signing day.
The virtual career panels, called “Brunswick & Beyond,” are sponsored by the Pirate Foundation, a nonprofit that supports students at Brunswick High. They are planned for 6:30 p.m. each Monday in February.