Sports Hall of Fame Page

 

Announcements

There will be an Earth Day cleanup on Saturday, April 19th from 8:00 to 12:00 in the morning. The event begins at the public square. All volunteers are encouraged to attend.

 

April is Free Breakfast Month in the cafeteria for students.

 

Sports Physicals are at CCHS on April 17th. Forms are in the office. If you think you might play a sport next year, please participate. The cost is $10, which will be donated back to your sport. Football players’ physicals will be paid for by the football team.


To choose where you would like to sit at prom, see Mrs. Kim.


Please see Ms Leslie for Prom glass and picture frame orders. They cost $19 for both picture frame and glass. Orders need to be made by Monday April 21. The deadline has been extended.


Prom picture order forms are in the office. If you plan to order pictures at prom, you will need one of these forms.
Announcements
--collegeweeklive.com is a useful website for students wishing to gain information about college. You can also enter to win a $2,500 scholarship if you log in and visit 3 colleges online from their website.

Sophomores are selling decals for $2. Anyone interested in purchasing one, please see Ms. Kim.



Homecoming Superlatives

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Order Photos Here!

 

Students Excel at

Upper Cumberland Math Competition

A special thanks to all the students who participated in the Upper Cumberland Math Competition at Tennessee Tech yesterday. We had our best results in the history of our participation in the contest, which is about 15 years. More than a dozen high schools compete.

Congratulations to Amelia Maxfield, who placed 10th in Algebra I, Tara Pedigo, who placed 4th in Algebra I, and Austin Davidson, who placed 1st in Algebra I. Congratulations to Alyssa Kendall for placing 5th in Algebra II and to Andrew Meadows for placing 2nd in Algebra II.

 

Sports Hall of Fame Inducted New Members

 

Click here to see current and previous inductees.

 

 

 

 

Savanna Strode signs with Cumberland University

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CCHS Students participate in TTU Boat Races

 

 

Homecoming Photos

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bulldog Golf

 

Bulldog Volleyball

 

Bulldog Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

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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