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New Homes, Condos, and Townhomes for Sale in Clayton County

Including Jonesboro, Riverdale, College Park and Morrow.

Lovejoy High School hosts the district International Baccalaureate Program (IB). The IB Diploma Program is designed as an academically challenging and balanced program of education with final exams that prepare students for success at the university level and life beyond.

CCPS has two charter schools. Unidos Dual Language, Georgia’s first public dual language school is a model of excellence in language education. Unidos serves students in Pre-kindergarten through sixth grades. The second charter school is the Elite Scholars Academy the school serves grades 6-10 and will be expanding to the twelfth grade by 2014. The school operates on a year round calendar. Any student in the district may apply to enroll. Selection is based on a random lottery.

Clayton County also has a Math and Science Magnet and two fine arts magnet programs at Jackson Elementary and Mount Zion High Schools. Enrollment is based on application and/or audition.

Parts of Margaret Mitchell’s epic 1936 novel Gone with the Wind and the famous 1939 motion picture Gone with the Wind were set in Clayton County, including the location of the fictional plantation, Tara. Tara Boulevard was named for the plantation, and is the main north/south road through the county, carrying U.S. 41 and lesser-known State Route 3. Also a namesake is Tara Field, the county’s general aviation airport, actually located in a neighboring county where it was previously Henry County Airport. Parts of the novels Rhett Butler’s People and Scarlett and the Scarlett TV Mini-Series also took place in Clayton County. Rhett Butler’s People is a prequel, sequel, and companion to Gone with the Wind. Scarlett is a sequel to Gone with the Wind, also and also takes place briefly in Clayton County. In the above-mentioned novels, the fictional Twelve Oaks Plantation and others mentioned in the novels above, are located in and around Clayton County.

The 2012 film Flight features Clayton County briefly when the plane Denzel Washington was flying crash landed in a field next to a church in that area.

Parts of the film Smokey and the Bandit were also shot in and around Clayton County, namely in Jonesboro, as evidenced by a sign in the background of one of the scenes. Even though this particular scene was supposed to be set in Arkansas, a Willow Bend sign advertising brick homes in Clayton County can be spotted behind Sheriff George Branford. Many back roads and the movie town of Texarkana are actually the roads and the town of Jonesboro. Trinidad James filmed his music video for the song All Gold Everything in Clayton County.

Rap artist Waka Flocka Flame is also from Clayton County as he resides in Riverdale, Georgia.

New Homes, Condos, and Townhomes for Sale in Clayton County Including Jonesboro, Riverdale, College Park and Morrow. Lovejoy High School hosts the district International Baccalaureate Program

Newport County AFC

ACADEMY | Three new scholars confirmed for 2020/21 season

Newport County AFC are delighted to announce that three new first-year scholars have signed deals with the club.

Dixon Kabongo, Jack Karadogan and Charlie Bullock have all put pen-to-paper on deals for the 2020/21 season.

They will join up with the Exiles for the new campaign under the guidance of Academy Manager Damien Broad.

The scholars will be based with our training and education Partners, Lliswerry High School, where they will study for two years in partnership with League Football Education.

Acadmey Manager Broad said: “With the addition of these three players, it’s great to finally complete the recruitment of this year’s scholarship intake.

“As part of our recruitment strategy we started bringing in trialists last October alongside our under-16 squad to ensure we were able to look at as many players throughout the season.

“The Covid-19 lockdown had an impact on this but from then until now we have had in over 65 players from not only neighbouring EFL clubs but also welsh league and from the grassroots game. We did this to ensure we sought and identified the best local talent available to us from a range of different levels of the game.

“It is our constant aim for the Academy to unearth and produce the next Lewis Collins or Regan Poole.

“It’s been a very long and thorough proccess to ensure we looked and assessed as many players as possible over this time frame and we, as an Academy, are very pleased with the calibre of this intake.

“We have also managed to register a number of talented individuals onto our elite education programme at Lliswerry High school. This additional pool of players shadow everything the scholars do on a day to day basis, with the hope that some go on to gain scholarships in later years.

“The opportunity is now there for the lads and it is up to them to make the most of these next two years. If they all continue to work hard on and off the pitch, we are confident that they will be able to achieve their potential.”

Newport County AFC are delighted to announce that three new first-year scholars have signed deals with the club. ]]>