Type
Word Search
Description

Aaron
Air Force
Alexandria
Amari
Arthur
Atlanta
Audriana
Brandon
Child Care
Danyala
Educators
Ellenwood
Family
Florida
Georgia Military College
Georgia State
Gift of Dance
Halo
Jacksonville
Jasmine
Johnnie
Jonathan
LaTeia
Lee University
Lequesia
Madison
Math
Midway
Moody Air Force Base
Morris Brown College
Music
Myron
North Valdosta Church of God
Nursing
Quarterman
Sharon
Shaw Air Force Base
Tasha
Tramaine
Valdosta State University
Xavier

HBCU Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

First HBCU in the South to be established after the American Civil War Shaw
To some, the first HBCU comes down to one of two universities: Cheyney
Johnson is known as the composer of the Black National Anthem “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” In 1904, he graduated from Atlanta University
A historically black liberal arts college for women located in Atlanta, Georgia Spelman College
A private, all-male, liberal arts, historically black college located in Atlanta, Georgia Morehouse
established in 1988 by the consolidation of Atlanta University (1865), the nation's first graduate school for African Americans, and Clark College (1869), Clark Atlanta
has been the nation’s top producer of African Americans in mathematics and related majors in 2 of the past 3 years. Fort Valley
Established in 1867, _________ University is a federally chartered, private, doctoral university, classified as a high research activity institution. Howard
The acronym that means Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU
One of the four HBCU medical schools:________ Universities Xavier

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alabama A & M University
Alabama State University
Alcorn State University
Bethune-Cookman University
Bowie State University
Clark Atlanta University
Coppin State University
Delaware State University
Florida A&M University
Grambling State University
Howard University
Jackson State University
Johnson C. Smith University
Langston University
Livingstone College
Morgan State University
Morris Brown College
Prairie View A&M University
Shaw University
Talladega College
Tennessee State University
Texas Southern University
Tuskegee University
Virginia State University

College/Career Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

pride
independence
character
job
fulfillment
happiness
success
options
engineer
work force
student
boss
supervisor
graduate
diploma
certificate
masters degree
associates degree
bachelors degree
major
employee
manager
construction
confidence
determination
welder
counselor
cosmetologist
mechanic
coast guard
navy
marines
air force
army
trade school
transfer
career
community college
university

HBCU PRIDE Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ALABAMA STATE
HARRIS STOWE STATE
BETHUNE COOKMAN
GRAMBLING
SOUTHERN
COPPIN STATE
FAYETTEVILLE STATE
STILLMAN
EDWARD WATERS
SAVANNAH STATE
MORGAN STATE
CLARK ATLANTA
PAINE
FORT VALLEY STATE
CLAFLIN
FISK
CHEYNEY
SHAW
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL
CLINTON
BENEDICT
ALLEN
MORRIS
VOORHEES
MOREHOUSE
SPELMAN
NORFOLK
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
HAMPTON
HOWARD

Georgia College Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Fort Valley State
Kennesaw State
Savannah State
University of Georgia
Georgia Tech
Paine College
Mercer
Berry College
Agnes Scott College
Valdosta State
North Georgia
Georgia Southern
Albany State
Spelman
Morehouse
Clark Atlanta
Emory
Georgia Gwinnett
Columbus State
Clayton State
Georgia State

Dr. Martin Luther King Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

who gave the " I have a dream" speech? Martin Luther King jr
where was the "I Have a Dream " speech? Washington DC
where was Martin Luther King jr. born ? Atlanta
What were Martin Luther king dreams? peace and equality
What state did Martin Luther king jr live in Georgia
How long did "I Have a Dream" speech last 17 minutes
when was Martin Luther Kings speech? August 28, 1963
when was Martin Luther King assassinated? April 4, 1968
when is Martin Luther King day (month)? January
How old was Martin luther king when he got his nobel peace prize? 35
How many kids did Martin Luther king have? 4
Who assassinated Martin Luther King? James Earl Ray
what college did Martin Luther King go to? Morehouse college
what university did Martin Luther King go to? Boston university
How many brothers and sisters did Martin Luther king have? 2

GA Studies Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Quadrennial event that happened in Georgia in 1996 Summer Olympics
Wrote an alphabet for his people Sequoyah
Helped with the Yazoo Land Fraud James Jackson
Largest piece of granite above the ground Stone Mountain
Visited frequently Franklin D. Roosevelt ot treat his polio Warm Springs
Most populated region of Georgia Piedmont
HIghest waterfalls in Georgia Amicalola Falls
Founder of Atlanta Life Insurance Company Alonzo Herndon
One of the trustees of Georgia, did not believe in slavery (Last Name Only) Oglethorpe
First male African-American admitted to the University of Georgia Hamilton Holmes
Largest distributor, manufacturer, and marketer of nonalcoholic beverages, headquartered in Georgia Coca Cola Company
Period after the Civil War that advanced Georgia economically, politically, and socially Reconstruction
Atlanta's previous hockey team for Georgia until 2011 Thrashers
Georgia's first capital Savannah
Busiest airport in the world Hartsfield Jackson
Bonus: Gaming developer founded and headquartered in Georgia, (i,e, Smite, Global Agenda, Tribes) Hi Rez Studios

Washington, D.C. Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

BOLLING AIR FORCE BASE
GEORGETOWN
EINSTEIN PLANETARIUM
CHINATOWN
POTOMAC RIVER
POSTAL MUSEUM
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
MOUNT VERNON
ALEXANDRIA
NATIONAL CATHEDRAL
BASILICA SHRINE
NATIONAL ZOO
FORDS THEATRE
LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL
SUPREME COURT
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS
LAFAYETTE SQUARE
VIETNAM MEMORIAL WALL
REFLECTING POOL
JEFFERSON MEMORIAL
WASHINTON MONUMENT
NATIONAL MALL
ARLINGTON CEMETERY
WHITE HOUSE
LINCOLN MEMORIAL

NCAA SCHOOL NICKNAMES Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

AIR FORCE FALCONS
AKRON ZIPS
ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE
APPALACHIAN STATE MOUNTAINEERS
ARIZONA WILDCATS
ARIZONA STATE SUNDEVILS
ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS
ARKANSAS STATE RED WOLVES
ARMY WEST POINT BLACK KNIGHTS
AUBURN TIGERS
BALL STATE CARDINALS
BAYLOR BEARS
BOISE STATE BRONCOS
BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
BOWLING GREEN FALCONS
BUFFALO BULLS
BYU COUGARS
CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS
FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS
UCLA BRUINS
CENTRAL FLORIDA KNIGHTS
CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS
CHARLOTTE 49ERS
CINCINNATI BEARCATS
CLEMSON TIGERS
COLORADO BUFFALOES
COLORADO STATE RAMS
CONNECTICUT HUSKIES
DUKE BLUE DEVILS
EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES
EAST CAROLINA PIRATES
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL PANTHERS
FLORIDA GATORS
FLORIDA ATLANTIC OWLS
FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES
GEORGIA BULLDOGS
GEORGIA SOUTHERN EAGLES
GEORGIA STATE PANTHERS
GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS
HAWAI'I RAINBOW WARRIORS
HOUSTON COUGARS
IDAHO VANDALS
ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI
INDIANA HOOSIERS
IOWA HAWKEYES
IOWA STATE CYCLONES
KANSAS JAYHAWKS
KANSAS STATE WILDCATS
KENT STATE GOLDEN FLASHES
KENTUCKY WILDCATS
LSU TIGERS
LOUISIANA TECH BULLDOGS

Tuesdays With Morrie Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Morries Disease ALS
University Morrie Taught At Brandeis
The Press Mitch works for detroit
Morrie's Favorite Hobby dancing
Day They Had Class tuesday
Protagonist MitchAlbom
How Many Days Class Was Attended Fourteen
One Thing Mitch Never Did Until the Last Visit With Morrie cry
Which family member's death marked a turning point in Mitch's life? uncle
Before Morrie dies he has a living funeral
Mitch brings this to every visit with Morrie food
When Mitch's wife visits Morrie she does this sing
Mitch gave this to his professor at Graduation briefcase
Mitch taught this at the college sociology
Morrie appeared on this talk show nightline
Mitch's profession journalist
Mitch believes he will die when the disease reaches his lungs
Mitch's brother suffers from this disease cancer