Computer Science Magnet Program

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Challenging Minds, Changing Lives

Every student in a CCPS Magnet Program is required to meet specific academic and behavior guidelines. Upon entering the program, parents and students sign a commitment form stating that, in order to remain in the program, the guidelines below must be met.


Failure to meet the standards below in any grading period will result in academic probation for the following grading period. students who fail to meet this standard for two consecutive grading periods will result in dismissal from Morrow High school mathematics, science, and Technology Magnet.

  • Pass Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and Technology classes with an 80% (B) or better
  • Maintain overall 2.8 GPA per semester
  • Students are encouraged to be a member of a CTSO and attend local, district, and regional competitions
  • Be eligible for promotion to the next grade at the end of the regular school year at the end of the semester, the student will be placed on probation if the student has not met the required standards (i.e. maintained at least 2.8 Grade Point Average).

At the end of the second semester, the student will be dismissed from the program if the required standards still have not been met.


Failure to meet the expectations listed below will result in the student being placed on probation for the remainder of the school year. The student/parent will be required to provide an excuse for all subsequent tardiness to school or classes or absences according to the Georgia state board rule JB and O.C.G.A 160-5-1-10. students who fail to meet this expectation will be dismissed from the program.


Abide by the student code of conduct as outlined in the Clayton County Public Schools Parent/Student Handbook.

Three (3) or more Level 1 infraction referrals per semester can result in probation for the remainder of the school year

Level 2-4 infractions can result in immediate dismissal from the program.

Failure to follow the required Uniform Policy will result in Level 1 infraction referrals.

All Clayton County Public School Magnet Schools

Magnet probation is a period of time where students are identified as being at risk of not completing the program. students are closely monitored and provided additional support as needed. once a student is placed on probation for any of the aforementioned reasons, the following procedures are followed:

Administrator meets with the student to discuss program requirements and answer student questions (when school is in session).

The student is provided a copy of the probationary letter, a copy of the letter is placed in the student’s file, and the original letter is mailed home to the parents.

Administrator, counselor, and teachers will notify parent/guardian throughout the probationary period if there are any identified concerns regarding the student’s progress.

For students who are on probation, the administrator and program lead will review the academic and attendance data on each student to determine current standing at the end of the grading period. The parents will be informed of their child’s status (cleared or dismissed).

If a student is dismissed from the magnet program during the school year, the student will be withdrawn and returned back to their home school of attendance.



The second year magnet class applied to be volunteers at a STEM activity called 48 in 48 and were accepted. At the event, 48 nonprofits will be assisting in creating 48 websites, logos, and other marketing materials to help them grow. Our students will assist with logistics and supplies. Please congratulate them when you see them.
·         Ashlee Gray
·         Serenity Griffin
·         Kelvin Nguyen
·         Sierra Cleveland
·         Carmen Reed
·         Kaziah Terrell
·         Megan Martin
·         Shahnan Poorman


Magnet Girls at WIT Conf

On Saturday, October 7th, several students participated in a Women in Technology (WIT) Girls for an Immersion Experience. Andrea Bowens-Jones, WIT/NCR Initiative Director, coordinated the event at Synchronicity Theatre which is located in downtown Atlanta. They were able to see how technology is used in theatre.

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