Hamilton County Department of Education
The Hamilton County Department of Education is a diverse school system, providing roughly 42,000 students with a world class education. The system is nationally renowned for urban school success as well as middle school and high school reform. The district offers a variety of educational programs for all students including magnet schools, career academies and gender-based classes as well as a focus on individual student success and the goal of preparing all students to compete in the Global Economy.
Administrative Positions Announced by Superintendent Smith
Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith is pleased to announce that the following individuals have accepted administrative positions for the 2013-14 school year. These administrators will begin their assignments in their new schools and / or positions on July 1, 2013.read more
HCDE Virtual School Registration for full-time students
June 3 - June 27, 2013read more
Center for Creative Arts’ Deborah Smith Receives Jeffrey Lawrence Award
On May 15, 2013, Deborah Smith, Administrator of Center for Creative Arts, received the Jeffrey Lawrence Award from the Arts Schools Network (ASN), the nation’s largest professional membership organization of specialized arts schools. Named in honor of the long-time head of the Professional Children's School in New York, this award is granted to the head of an Arts Schools Network school who exemplifies an uncompromising commitment to excellence in arts education and arts training.read more