For Youth

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Our mission is to educate and equip students to become informed and active citizens.  Everything we do has the student and civic outcomes in mind.  Our Youth In Government programs are designed specifically to engage students in opportunities wherein they can explore how government processes work and how they can interact with their government.

Civic Engagement Honor Society Enrollment

The Civic Engagement Honor Society is administered by the Georgia Center for Civic Engagement and is intended to celebrate a student’s commitment to service, honor, and citizenship.  Students meeting the qualifications to receive the Civic Engagement Diploma seal endorsement also meet the qualifications to join the Georgia Civic Engagement Honor Society.

The link below will take you to the Honor Society Resource Center.


Justice Sandra Day O'Connor founded iCivics in 2009 to reimagine civic education.

Her vision was clear and ambitious:

To cultivate a new generation of students for thoughtful and active citizenship. Civic knowledge is a prerequisite for civic participation. Yet for decades, civic education had largely disappeared from school curricula and the repercussions are undeniable.

Click the link below to visit the iCivics website.

Time Management Solutions for Students

Good time management is an incredibly valuable skill to have, and practicing effective time management while in High School can be incredibly beneficial and can set students up for success when applying to college, applying for scholarships & financial aid, registering for standardized testing, and more! This guide highlights the importance of effective time management and outlines ten time management strategies and tools that students can implement into their routines. has put together the following resource to assist students as they prepare for college and the workforce.