Entries by Stephanie Johnson

Thank you to Subaru of Kennesaw

A big thank you to  Subaru of Kennesaw for their generous donation of sun shades and picnic tables on the outdoor patio at the middle school. A perfect place for lunch and a wonderful space for an outdoor classroom! Thank you


2019 GISA State Track and Field Championship

The Cottage School high school track and field teams traveled to Albany, Ga. over the past few days to compete in the Georgia Independent School Association state track and field championship meeting of athletes at venerated Hugh Mills Stadium on their World-class Mondo track. Your Cougars earned the right to compete in the prestigious competition […]


Cougar Golf – First Time Ever AAC Champions

What a wonderful way to end the Golf Season – a first ever AAC conference championship.  Cumberland Academy, Mill Spring and the  Howard School all had participants join us at Steel Canyon bright and early yesterday morning.  Mill Springs had dominated this sport for the past several years.  This year we squeaked out a victory […]


Cougar Baseball – Four Time AAC Champs!

WOW!! What a day!!! The morning started off with Tennis having a great showing on the first day of their two day tournament, good luck today Coach Chelsea Porter and Golf secured their first ever AAC Golf Championship by defeating Mill Springs by one stroke, Congrats to Coach Brent Hendrickson and the Golf team. So […]

2019 TCS Summer Reading Challenge

Avoid the summer slump! Summer reading is great way to keep ahold of academic skills during the summer months. This is a time when you get to choose what your read and have it count! Click the appropriate button above to learn more about the different summer reading programs offered at The Cottage School. Remember […]


Cougars Fall to AJA

Your young and mighty Cougars had their last game, before the Championship game next Tuesday, yesterday.  The outcome was not exactly what we had planned, but that is OK.  The last time we played this team they beat us pretty soundly and convincingly.  But what they did was take advantage of a team that was […]