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    2020 Odyssey Awards Luncheon

    Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy Announces Dates for 2020 Odyssey Awards LuncheonChattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA) will present the 11th Annual Odyssey Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Presented by First Horizon Bank and Hutton, both ardent and loyal supporters of CGLA, the event will welcome guests at 11 am with the program beginning promptly at 11:30 am. Cost for individual tickets is $65 per person and are available at CGLAo...  Read More >

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    Donor Spotlight: Osbourne Foundation

    Weldon F. Osborne FoundationSince opening in 2009, CGLA has been fortunate to have the endorsement of the Weldon F. Osbourne Foundation.   Read More >

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    CGLA Establishes Health Clinic

    View the news story here!Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA) is broadening and strengthening its roster of support resources by establishing a health clinic to address students’ healthcare needs. Located on the CGLA campus, the facility will be available to serve students at the start of the 2019- 2020 school year.Aware of the benefits that access to healthcare services can have on student success, Dr. Elaine Swafford, executive director of CGLA, sought to reduce the variety of hea...  Read More >

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    CGLA Hosts Block Party

    Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA) invited the public to celebrate the opening of the 2019-2020 school year during a back-to-school block party held Friday, August 9.Sponsored by the CGLA faculty, the block party was an occasion to gather in anticipation of the upcoming school year. “This year our focus will be on strategies that promote engagement,” said Katherine Archambault, CGLA librarian. “The block party was relaxing, family-friendly, and informal.   Read More >

  • Idea Makers and Problem Solvers

    We had several seventh and eighth grade students participate in the Mad, Bad, and Dangerous Girls Edition: 24 Hour Generator at GPS on March 15th and 16th. Teams were comprised of students from local public and private middle schools. During the event, the girls were presented with a problem experienced by a local business and, along with the help of a mentor, had the task of collaborating with their peers to solve this problem.   Read More >

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