Communities in Schools of Carrollton

nhcCity and Carroll County, Inc.











Mission Statement

“Our mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.”


Communities In Schools of Carrollton City and Carroll County, Inc.


Communities in Schools of Carrollton City and Carroll County is a nonprofit organization that focuses on improving student and school success by providing support and services to students with the goal of increasing graduation rates and keeping students on track to finish high school.
We are a non-profit with a 501(c) 3 tax status organization.
Communities in Schools of Carrollton and Carroll County was incorporated in 2012 and first began providing services to students at the Carrollton Performance Learning Center and Villa Rica High School.
Since Communities in Schools of Carrollton City and Carroll County began working with local students, graduation rates have continued to climb.
We partner with school districts and help give at-risk students by connecting them with various community resources to keep them in school and on track to graduate.
We work with each student on a one-on-one basis, and make assessments based on the individual needs of children and their families.
Communities in Schools operates by placing a Site Coordinator inside each school’s campus. The site coordinator regularly meets with the student to help provide guidance and connection with community resources to meet the needs of the student, and encourage them to complete their high school education.
We offer a safe place for at-risk students to get the care they need in order to learn and grow. We want to provide hope for at-risk students, and help them have a healthier and brighter future. After witnessing growth in graduation rates and student success, local education officials moved to further implement the program in all local schools.
In 2017, officials from the Carroll County School District voted to add site coordinators in each of its five high schools.




2016 Annual Board Meeting






Thank You To Our Sponsors!






Celebrating Our High School Graduates of 2016






When students drop out of school, the door slams on their dreams. And ours.

High school dropouts are:

8x more likely to go to prison
More likely to need welfare
50% less likely to vote
Not eligible for 90% of new jobs
Earn less than half as much as college grads

The CIS Model is among the best in the nation at improving graduation success rates.

Read the Child Trends Report








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Communities in Schools of Carrollton City and Carroll County, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization.