Cherokee County School District is a high-performing public school system in Metro Atlanta, with 40 schools and centers, 4,800 employees and more than 42,200 students.
The Cherokee County School District consists of:
- 23 elementary, Grades K-5;
- 7 middle schools, Grades 6-8;
- 6 high schools, Grades 9-12;
- ACE Academy, alternative daytime program, Grades 6-12;
- Polaris Evening Program, alternative evening program, Grades 9-12;
- Tippens Education Center;
- CCSD Preschool Centers: Ralph Bunche Center and Johnston Preschool.
Please see the overview posted here outlining recent CCSD accomplishments.
Learn more about our award-winning students, teachers, staff, volunteers and partners here.
A back-to-school message from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower is posted here.
The 2019 Council for Quality Growth “State of the County” presentation by Dr. Hightower, “#CCSDfam” is posted here.
Want to learn more? Check out these short videos celebrating our teachers, students and leaders!
#CCSDcares - 2019 Welcome Back Video
More videos are posted on our YouTube Channel!
For more information or questions, please call 770.479.1871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.