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100% of COS seniors
have graduated from
high school since 2014.

College academic and athletic scholarships earned by COS student athletes have exceeded $400,000 since 2014.

COS student athletes earned
226 college credits prior to high
school graduation since 2013.

Alumni Success:

  • 46% First-generation college or military
  • Since 2020: 4 COS alumni earned bachelor’s degrees and are employed.
  • 97% of COS alumni are employed, enrolled in college, or are active-duty military, May 2022.

Academic Year 21-22:

  • 7 Dual-Enrollment Students, Fall 2022
  • Middle to High-school Boys
    Fall 2021 GPA: 2.68
    Spring 2022 GPA: 3.20
    Fall 2022 GPA: 3.00
  • Middle to High-school Girls
    Fall 2021 GPA: 3.03
    Spring 2022 GPA: 3.44
    Fall 2022 GPA: 3.40

18 middle and high school
students on the Honor Roll, Fall 2022

Literacy Day events held
for Elementary students
and their families.

COS partners with Honeywell and UGA Marine Extension to create YoPRO, a natural sciences program for middle and high school students.

Introduction to computer coding for middle school students.

Robotics kit builds and coding for middle school students.

1,540 bags of fresh fruit and vegetables distributed to COS families as part of our Nutrition Program.

Summer 2022, kayak trips for middle and high school students.

COS student-athletes organize and execute annual Holiday Food Distribution, giving out over 150 boxes of food to families in need.

Annual Back-to-School Drive distributes 150 backpacks and school supplies with community partner investment.

COS and its partners, as part of Atlanta United Foundation’s GA100 program, built a new futsal court near a public housing community. Approx. Cost: $180,000.

Atlanta United soccer players and executives attended our grand opening of the Futsal Court.

Completed Spring and Fall soccer in-house and travel soccer programs for boys and girls ages 4 to 17.

Five players played in games with Georgia Soccer State team.

Hosted World Cup watch
events for COS students.

One COS player was selected to Olympic Development Region III pool of players: Region III is comprised of 10 states.

Three college visits: South Carolina State University, Edward Waters University and Wesleyan College.

Hosted Zoom meet-and-greet with COS girls’ families, female college soccer players from Mississippi State University, Florida State University, and their parents.

Hosted three college soccer ID clinics in Brunswick for COS students.

Successfully launched the I AM: Soccer Mom and Dad and I AM COS billboard campaign with corporate sponsorships.

COS was awarded a $42,000 challenge match grant by the St. Mary’s United Methodist Church Foundation for 2023. Every dollar raised by COS is matched by the foundation, up to $42,000.