The Junior League of Cobb-Marietta is a nonprofit organization of about 400 women dedicated to promoting…More volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving its community. The group formed in 1933 as the Marietta Junior Welfare League and adopted its current name in 1976.
The Junior League has founded and supported many community projects across Cobb County including the Creswell School, the Cobb County Youth Museum, the Center for Children and Young Adults, Gate City Nursery and Sheltering Arms Daycare. The group conducts several fund-raisers each year to support its projects.
The Junior League maintains its local headquarters at the Marietta Garden Center.
Woodpointe Apartment Homes 1001 Burnt Hickory Rd NW, Marietta, GA30064 Woodpointe Apartment Homes provides quality 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom apartment homes in a well-kept and maintained…More community with floor plans ranging from 698 sqft to 1541 sq ft. The amenities include a large swimming pool, vaulted ceilings, car care center, washer/dryer connections, lighted tennis courts, fitness center, woodburning fireplaces, and much more. Conveniently locate within walking distance of Kennesaw National Park, the community offer a touch of country in the city. And, Woodpointe loves and welcomes your pets too.
Marietta High School's rich heritage stretches back more than a century and, since its establishment in 1892, has…More been open at six different locations on Kennesaw Avenue, Waterman Street, Lemon Street, Winn Street, Haynes Street, and now, Whitlock Avenue. The current school's hallways are named after those streets.
Following that "main street" concept, the school design places the theater, gymnasium and administrative offices at the front, while classroom wings are divided according to academic focus: the ninth grade's "school within a school," career tech, math and science, and the humanities.
Marietta High boasts a diverse population among its nearly 2,000 students. Flags from 42 countries fly within the school.
In 2010, Marietta High School earned a bronze medal from U.S. News & World Report and School Evaluation Services, a rare distinction among 21,786 public high schools examined in the magazine's annual report.
Leigh Colburn serves as principal for this Marietta City school.