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Homecoming

 

 

 

 

ACT PREP

for JUNIORS

 

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Junior Tyreke Key was a finalist in the TSSAA Mr. Basketball Awards

Photo by Riley Edwards

 

Photo by Angie Bailey

 

 

 

CCHS recognized as Sam's Club School of the Year

 

 

Veterans Day Program Photos

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Class Officer Election Results

 

 

 

Grace and Monroe excel in Trap Shooting Competition

Junior Zach Grace and sophomore John Monroe brought home silver medals from the 4th Annual Doug Server Shoot on the Mountain in Crossville. Grace and Monroe represented the Clay County 4-H Trap Shooting JV team.

 

 

 

Homecoming Week

 

DAILY SPIRIT WEAR 

MONDAY:  “I’m So Fancy” Day; 

TUESDAY:  Tacky Tuesday; 

WEDNESDAY:  Character Day 

THURSDAY:  Bulldog Spirit Day

 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF!

THE STATE OF TENNESSEE HAS ANNOUNCED THAT CLAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

 IS A 2014 REWARD SCHOOL FOR "PROGRESS,"  
which means that the emphasis we place on individual student
academic growth and mastery of standards resulted in so much growth

that we're in the top 5% of all school in the state of Tennessee.

 

 

 

CCHS Golf @ District Tournament

 

The golf team competed at Brainerd Golf Course in Chattanooga on Sept. 8th.

Kendal Johnson qualified for a spot in the regional tournament.

 

 

 

School-wide Reading Project

Ninth Annual School-wide Reading Project

Our ninth annual school-wide reading project, which we call "The Three Rs: Reading for Recovery and Recreation," began on October 1st.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online Book Fair

 www.booksrockcafe.com

 

 

 

 




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Our Mission
Clay County High School is committed to providing a high quality educational program, which will enable students to succeed academically, socially, physically and aesthetically ensuring lifelong learning.

Clay Co. Schools Mission
The mission of Clay County Schools is to provide a positive learning environment in which students develop to their fullest potential, achieve success, and are prepared to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world.

 


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Clay County High School is located in Celina, Tennessee, the home of Dale Hollow Lake. 

Melissa D. White, Principal
860 Clay County Highway Celina, Tennessee, 38551
Telephone: 931-243-2340
Fax: 931-243-2376

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