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Lassiter Facilities

"The Competition is getting bigger, faster and stronger... are you?"

Lassiter High School is committed to providing our students with the tools to successfully compete on the field and in the classroom while providing our fans outstanding facilities in which to cheer on the Trojans.  The 2011 renovation of the weight training building provided Lassiter students and athletes with a state-of-the-art weight room; arguably one of the finest weight training facilities in Georgia.


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The Trojans play on Lutzie Field at Frank Fillmann Stadium, "The Frank", located off Steinhauer Road behind the school:
     Lassiter High School
     2601 Shallowford Road
     Marietta, GA 30066
     PH:  678-494-7863

Sponsored by Opening Day at "The Frank"

Opening Day at "The Frank"

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Video and pictures from the renovated Frank Fillmann Stadium dedication, August 31, 2007.

Fillmann element view

Frank Fillmann, Jr.

Minor League baseball player,  Lassiter Administrator 1985, Athletic Director 1986.  Helped open Pope High School in 1987. Instrumental in getting Lassiter football stadium built with constructing beginning May 1987.  Inducted into Lassiter Athletic Hall of Fame January 21, 2014.

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Concert Hall Grand Opening

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The Cobb County School District unveiled its brand new concert hall on the Lassiter High School campus January 13, 2013. The Concert Hall was specifically designed for instrumental and choral concerts. Construction is complete with Greek style columns, 1,000 plush cushioned seats, and professional acoustics which are generally regarded to be superior.

View video on the Lassiter High School Network on PlayOn!, January 15, 2013.  Read MDJ article here.

Information about the Lassiter Concert Hall, including upcoming events, request forms, fees and contact information can be found at

Field Dedication Photos on AJC

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Dedication of the newly named Lutzie Field at Lassiter High School on Friday August 14th, 2015. (Photos by Phil Skinner, AJC)