Henry County High School
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Henry County High School is a public high school hosting grades 9–12, located in McDonough, Georgia, United States, and operated by the Henry County School District. The school is located in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Enrollment is around 1,100. The high school's campus includes the Henry County Performing Arts Center and the Henry County Academy for Advanced Studies. It has recently seen major renovations and additions to its facilities, and as a result is the largest public high school in Henry County. Henry County High School students will be relocated to the newly built McDonough High School following the conclusion of the 2018-2019 school year.
|Henry County High School|
401 Tomlinson St
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Henry County High School is the oldest public high school in the county.
Henry County High School offers a wide variety of CTAE classes, more than any other school in the county, including the following:
- Video Broadcasting
- Culinary Arts
- Business and Computer Science
- Engineering and Drafting
- AC/DC Circuits
- Healthcare Science
- Human Growth & Development
- Salon Services
- Law and Justice
- Government & Public safety
- Naval Science
Henry Academy for Advanced StudiesEdit
The campus of Henry County High School serves as a community host for college and adult education programs offered to the local community, and dual enrollment programs offered to high school students. Institutions of higher learning with a presence on campus include Clayton State University, Gordon State College, and Southern Crescent Technical College.
Championships and sportsEdit
Henry county participates in baseball, men's and women's basketball, cheerleading (basketball and competitive), core course, men's cross country, women's cross country, football, golf, men's and women's soccer, softball, men's and women's tennis, track, volleyball, wrestling, three-position air rifle, and the 2014-2015-2016 National High School NJROTC Orienteering team.