Coosa High School
||This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. (November 2010)|
|Coosa High School|
|Rome, Georgia, Floyd, United States|
|School type||Public high school|
|School district||Floyd County School District|
|Website||Coosa High School|
Coosa High School is one of four public county high schools serving grades 9-12 near the city of Rome, in Floyd County, Georgia, the United States. Coosa serves the areas of Garden Lakes, Cave Spring, Alto Park, and Coosa Valley. The mascot is the bald eagle. The school colors are white and black, although red is sometimes used instead of white. The current principal is Trevor Hubbard.
The Eagles field several athletic teams, including football, basketball, girls basketball, and Boys Soccer. Coosa also fields teams in Girls Soccer, Baseball, Tennis, Track and Field, Wrestling, Girls Softball, [[Cross country running|Cross Country and Competition Cheerleading. Other cheerleading opportunities are offered. The football team has won 2 state championships. On December 5, 2008, the basketball court was named for Coach Larry Bing.
The school also has literary/academic teams. The Academic Decathlon team has won 15 of the last 19 Floyd County Championships. The Academic team also continues to compete in the High Q competition. They have won 2 of the last 4 High Q matches.
The Eagles have won the Governor's Cup for the most improved SAT scores in the state and region. Coosa has also been named a Georgia School of Excellence. This year (2010) Coosa had the highest SAT scores in Floyd County and the third highest scores in the state.