Communities In Schools surrounds students

with a community of support, empowering them

to stay in school and achieve in life.



Local Leaders. Local Impact.

Communities In Schools of Coweta County is governed by local leaders

in collaboration with community partners.


Results with a name–and a face.

Our CIS students aren't statistics. They are young people you know.

Young people you see every day. Young people whose lives you can

change forever.


Better students mean better business.

The impact of CIS of Coweta County isn't measured on a spreadsheet. It's evident in the economic vitality and gracious Coweta lifestyle, benefits that accompany a well-educated workforce.


LensCrafters becomes new partner of CIS of Coweta County


Success Stories

A Trip to the Dentist Kept

Cheyenne In School

Overcoming painful dental problems, low esteem and a difficult home life, Cheyenne is a shining example for overcoming obstacles.

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Local Spotlight

This fall, over 2,300 East Coweta High School students—including our CIS students—heard an inspirational message from Natalie Bacho, who is near to the heart of our CIS program.

Our CIS Coweta team ROCKS!


Hats and Hooves Derby Affair a Huge Success! And a whole lot of fun.


Making Coweta County stronger by coordinating programs, people and support to keep students engaged, involved and moving toward success.

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Crain Oil Co. supports

CIS of Coweta County

Crain Oil Company in Newnan has long been known as a great community partner here in Coweta County. What you may not know is that Crain Oil is also a partner of CIS of Coweta County, even going so far as to generously provide our office space on First Avenue in Newnan.

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Cargill becomes “Founding Partner” of  CIS of Coweta


Communities in Schools of Coweta got a major boost in local support and resources recently when a partnership between Cargill Meat Solutions and United Way of Metro Atlanta resulted in a generous financial gift.

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CIS is beneficiary of Sunrise on the Square event in downtown Newnan


Up to Speed with CIS

This is CIS student, Damon Ware, turned 18 on March 18th and we had to help him celebrate. Damon has been involved with our program since the beginning of last school year. This year he is a Senior and he is planning on graduating on time!!!

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