Several Hamilton County schools are celebrating, while others are commiserating after the release of the State Report Card from the Tennessee Department of Education.
Food City officials presented southeast Tennessee and northwest Georgia area schools with checks totaling more than $100,000 from the School Bucks program.
Central High teacher Jerry Webb learned he is one of fifteen $50,000 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools winners, and the only one from Tennessee.
A longtime Hamilton County educator and school board member has died. William Gene “Bill” Eldridge passed away Thursday at the age of 92.
Bradley County leads the way in Southeast Tennessee, with the highest overall ACT score among area county and city school districts. Hamilton County's score was the same as the year before, at 19.9.
Tommy Layne had hoped to retire after this school year with fifty years of service with Sequatchie County Schools Those plans are up in the air after what is being called a "surprise" transfer to a teaching position.
As one of five national winners in online voting, Kindergarten teacher Jessica Morgan wins a $10,000 computer lab grant for the school.
The unusual arrangement began, thanks to Sale Creek teacher David Helton who dreamed big, of a trip to France that would open new doors for his students.
Thomas Arnold, in his eleventh year as principal of Ooltewah Elementary School, has been reassigned to an assistant principal position at East Ridge Middle School.
From Hamilton County Department of Education: Robin Copp, principal at Ooltewah High School, has accepted a position with the new Partnership Network for school improvement with the Tennessee Department of Education. Copp was in her third year as principa
Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts leads the way among Hamilton County high schools with a 100% graduation rate during the 2017-18 school year.
A Whitwell Middle School 6th grader has been suspended after administrators discovered he had written a 'death wish' list, containing the names of six other students.
The list of National Merit Semifinalists released recently includes six seniors from Signal Mountain High, which is the largest number for any public or private school in the Chattanooga area.
In her Teacher of the Year application, LeLe Dean said she is not comfortable with labeling herself an outstanding teacher, but she can share what she finds important and what she has learned from her peers and mentor teachers.
The Whitfield Education Foundation awarded 35 Innovative Teaching Grants in the amount of $62,000 to teachers within the Whitfield County School System. This is the largest amount of grant funds awarded in the history of the Whitfield Education Foundation
The success of the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy charter school has led to a "brother school," so to speak. The all-boys school, Chattanooga Preparatory school opened this week.
More than twenty years ago, Joe Smith saw a need in Chattanooga. He used his athletic skills to encourage at-risk youths to put on boxing gloves, to channel their mischievous energies into something constructive.
It's a "mixed bag," according to state officials, with scores up slightly in some subject areas, and down slightly in others. However there were sizable drops, both statewide and in Hamilton County, in high school reading and English scores.
Hamilton County School Board members give superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson mostly high marks in his first evaluation, although his score falls short of Rick Smith's score in 2015.
Leading EdTech company Imagine Learning recently announced E.L. Ross Elementary School in Cleveland, Tennessee as one of their distinguished “Beacon School” award winners. Students at E.L. Ross worked throughout the year on the Imagine Languag
The US Marines have paid tribute to Hunter Northcutt, a Grundy County High School student who died of leukemia before he could realize his dream of becoming a Marine. The 6th Marine Corps District presented Northcutt's dad and sister, Marty and Tori with
It is camp season for Hamilton County students, and the newest summer camp is in full swing at thirteen elementary schools. Camp K is giving hundreds of children a much needed introduction to kindergarten. Throughout the month of June, four and five-year