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Homer Pittard Campus School offers students hands-on approach
As one of six choice programs open to students countywide, Campus School begins accepting applications when students turn four

Blackman Cheerleading

Blackman High coed cheer team brings home sixth national championship

AED Training

RCS student Ethan Lifferth went into cardiac arrest at a Rutherford County School four years ago. Now, he and his mother are grateful for the efforts of the school district to have AEDs in all schools and to provide ongoing training for first-responder teams. READ MORE

Holloway HS

Holloway High’s popularity growing, offers ‘family-oriented’ approach
As one of the district’s six choice school programs, Holloway accepts applicants year round.

2017-2018 Teachers of the Year

Rutherford County Schools announces 2017-2018 Teachers of the Year

Amazing Shake

Walter Hill students experience ‘Amazing Shake’
Participants interact with multiple businesses in Middle Tennessee, two finalists headed to Atlanta academy

Paige Saylors and her second grade class at Christiana Elementary spend time with Inca

‘These children are learning more than just academics’
Visually impaired second-grade teacher makes impact at Christiana Elementary School

IB Program profile

Oakland International Baccalaureate program aims to challenge advanced students
Program open to all qualifying county high school students; information meeting set for Jan. 11 at 6 p.m.

Dr. Kyle Prince and Lindsay Bouldin

Central Magnet School teacher, student discover common bond as cancer survivors

Griffin Collins with Gil Murrey

High school internship applications begin in January
Program for rising high school seniors pairs students with local companies, including Schwan Cosmetics, Nissan, Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and others.

Christiana Middle School assistant principal Chris George

Christiana Middle’s Chris George selected for Governor’s Academy for School Leadership

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Riverdale aims to raise $40,000 with head-shaving event

For the fifth consecutive year, Riverdale High School gathered in the Johnny Parsley Gymnasium for its annual Brave the Shave event. Lamar Davis, Riverdale’s current Teacher of the Year and organizer of the fundraiser, said this year’s goal is to raise $40,000. Last year, they surpassed $32,000.


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