The 2015 U.S. History and American Government Class on the Road was a success.  The weather was perfect for our stay in Washington, D.C. that allowed the students to walk around and visit the monuments.  The students visited the monument that paid tribute to Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., and it was breath-taking.  The students […]

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#EagleNations   This year has been a great year for the media to report the success of of Children.  Our Division 5State Championship was an exciting time to see the school spirit rally around our Boys Basketball team.  Following this accomplishment our STEM competitive unit traveled to Detroit Michigan to compete during Shell Eco-Marathon at the […]


….Lastly, in the New York, the students gazed upon the Statute of Liberty as we approach the city lights.  The students got the chance to visit the new world Trade Center, the 911 memorials and Wall Street.  Later, the students ventured about Times Squares eating lunch on their own and taking in the many sites […]

On the first stop of our mid-south college tour, one of our senior qualified and was immediately granted a $5000.00 renewable scholarship.  Her conversation with the admission department along with her effective high school transcripts provided the student with much needed aid for their college journey.


   As I Walked Down These Streets of This Perils World~ By Erick Jamison  I hate to see that hatred is on a racial scale. I think life as we live it is a test to see who the best for the next world is. Although I hate to see my black brother’s taught, taught […]

On March 11, 2015, YCWHS Social Studies teacher  Mr. Calvin Eleby, Jr., will travel with 28 students on a trace of U.S. History  and the formation of our system of government. Students will arrive in Washington, D.C. on March 12, 2015, where they will begin their discovery at the Library of Congress, take in a […]

Parents, fellow scholars and school officials watched with great pride as Young Coggs Williams High School celebrated their annual cultural diversity program on Friday, February 27, 2015. Students were able to celebrate their rich heritage through African dance, Negro spirituals and down gospel music! The drama classes presented skits about the life and incredible accounts […]

A little information on C-Stem the C-stem stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and our beliefs is that everyone’s an artist 🙂 We challenge the students to think outside the box to solve problems. All of our projects are hands on experiences to better engage the students and to show them it possible to […]