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Apison Elementary receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on Apison Elementary in the Missionary Ridge Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Larrie Reynolds, executive director of the Missionary Ridge Learning Community, presented the banner to the students and staff at Apison Elementary.
Sep 16
Hixson Elementary receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on Hixson Elementary in the North River Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Neelie Parker, executive director of the North River Learning Community, presented the banner to the students and staff at Hixson Elementary.
Sep 13
East Ridge High receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on East Ridge High in the Missionary Ridge Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Larrie Reynolds, executive director of the Missionary Ridge Learning Community, presented the banner to the students and staff at East Ridge High.
Sep 13
National Merit Semifinalists announced for Hamilton County Schools
The list of National Merit Semifinalists released today includes four seniors from Hamilton County Schools. Three of the four were from Signal Mountain Middle-High, giving the school the largest number of teens from any single area public school for the second year in a row. Students named semifinalists are the highest-scoring students in each state and continue in the competition for a National Merit Scholarship. Semifinalists make up fewer than 1 percent of all U.S. high school seniors.
Sep 11
East Ridge Middle receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on East Ridge Middle in the Missionary Ridge Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Larrie Reynolds, executive director of the Missionary Ridge Learning Community, presented the banner to the students and staff at East Ridge Middle.
Sep 11
Lakeside Academy receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on Lakeside Academy in the Harrison Bay Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Steve Highlander, District 9 representative on the Hamilton County Board of Education, presents the banner to the students and staff at Lakeside Academy.
Sep 10
Lookout Mountain Elementary receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on Lookout Mountain Elementary in the Rock Point Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Robert Sharpe, executive director of the Rock Point Learning Community, and Jenny Hill, Hamilton County Board of Education member representing District 6, presented the banner to the students and staff at Lookout Mountain Elementary.
Sep 10
East Ridge Elementary receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on East Ridge Elementary in the Missionary Ridge Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Larrie Reynolds, executive director of the Missionary Ridge Learning Community, presented the banner to the students and staff at East Ridge Elementary.
Sep 10
Wallace A Smith Elementary cuts the ribbon on a new walking track funded by Erlanger and Kohl’s
Wallace A. Smith Elementary School held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony recently in celebration of the new walking track for students and staff funded by a grant from Erlanger and Kohl’s. Guests include Children’s Hospital of Erlanger officials, Kohl’s representatives, parents, and people from the community. Erlanger received a $240,000 grant, over a two-year period, from Kohl's to fight childhood obesity through its “Let's Get Moving” campaign.
Sep 05
Collegiate High at Chattanooga State receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on Collegiate High at Chattanooga State in the Missionary Ridge Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Larrie Reynolds, executive director of the Missionary Ridge Learning Community and Tiffanie Robinson, board member representing District 4, presented the banner to the students and staff at Collegiate High.
Sep 05
Sale Creek Middle/High receives a Level 5 Banner
Today’s academic success spotlight shines on Sale Creek Middle/High in the North River Learning Community for earning Level 5 school status. Hamilton County Schools is honoring the 45 schools in the district that earned Level 5, the highest level of student growth, with a special “championship” recognition banner. Dr. Neelie Parker, executive director of the North River Learning Community, presents the banner to the students and staff at Sale Creek Middle/High.
Sep 05
Hixson senior attends 2019 American Legion Boys Nation in Washington
Amrit Pagar, a senior and Air Force JROTC Cadet at Hixson High School, attended the 2019 American Legion Boys Nation in the Washington, D.C. area during the summer break. He was selected as one of two Senators to represent Tennessee.
Sep 04
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Focus Five Performance Targets

The district will pursue five overarching performance targets to measure our success at the end of the Future Ready 2023! five-year time-frame. These are: Reading Language Arts (RLA) 3rd grade - 50% proficiency by 2023, Algebra 1- double proficiency by 2023, Early post-secondary course or earned an industry credentials (EPSOs) - 75%, ACT- 21 by 2023, Graduation rates- 90% by 2023
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We have over 4,500 students of our total student population of more than 44,500, who speak a language other than English as their primary language. Hamilton County Schools ESOL Department serves K-12 students from many countries speaking over 79 different languages!