Several high schools from CMCSS and surrounding counties met at Daymar College to compete in events in the Criminal Justice field.
We had a chance to sit down with our 2017 valedictorians and ask them what it felt like to be recognized for their hard work.
The CMC Education Foundation hosted the 28th Annual Academic Awards Banquet on March 10th. Over 200 students were recognized for high achievement.
Supervisory Special Agent Dennis Fetting from Homeland Security Investigations gave a presentation about internet safety at West Creek High School.
Two members of the Beals family are enrolled in a CMCSS Career Academy. Here are their thoughts on the experience.
Kenwood High School senior John Michael Baggett has been selected to represent Tennessee as the state’s nominee for the National U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, a highly selective process. Selections […]
Here are some of the ways our counselors are helping students prepare for education after high school.
Integrating technology into the classroom environment helps prepare students for how they’ll use technology after high school.
Entrepreneur Mark Cleveland met with students from all seven CMCSS Career Academies to encourage them to not let fear stand in the way of innovation. Mark is the owner […]
This summer, we contacted former students from each high school and asked them to share some thoughts about their time with CMCSS. Clarksville High School Kenwood High School/Middle […]