Welcome to Chickamauga City Schools

Superintendent's Message

Welcome Letter

Our Mission:
The Chickamauga City School System strives to graduate all students with a comprehensive, high quality education in an engaging, safe and supportive environment.

Our Vision:
The Chickamauga City School System will inspire all students to maximize their potential and become lifelong learners while empowering them to become respectful, productive, and successful members of society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

News & Announcements

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARKING, DROP-OFF, AND PICK-UP

Please click the Read More link below to read the instructions in their entirety. 

 


Message from Superintendent Day:

Since the weather is soooo hot and also since we are going to have to park our high school students at Dan McNally Field for the first month or so of school and have them walk over to the high school, I have decided to allow students to wear shorts to school (and staff to wear no ties) until Oct. 7 which will be the last day of school before Fall Break.  I do not intend to surpass our typical practice of wearing shorts til Labor Day next year---just this one time due to the inconvenience of the construction.
Thanks,
Superintendent Day


GLHS Construction Contract Awarded

At a called Board meeting on July 28.2016, the Chickamauga City Schools Board of Education awarded the construction contract for the new Gordon Lee Memorial High School to R.K. Redding Contruction from Bremen, GA. 


CCS Recognized as a Digital School District

The Chickamauga City School District is very excited to be recognized as a Digital School Districts Survey winner by the Center for Digital Education. 

Press Release from CDE


Tuition Rate for 2016-2017 School Year

The Board of Education has set the tuition rate for the 2016-2017 school year.  Out of city Georgia residents will pay $800 per student with a family maximum of $2,400.  The Board strives to keep the tuition rate in line with what a Chickamauga city resident will pay in property taxes for an average home.  Last summer the millage rate was raised to 14.25 mills so that the school system would not lose state equalization funding, but at that point in time the Board opted not to change the tuition rate a month before school started.  This increase will balance the county tuition rate to approximate the increase in property taxes the city residents received last year.  Hopefully, the advance notice of an increase for the upcoming school year will allow families the opportunity to budget their finances accordingly.  Tuition must be paid in full before students are allowed to attend any classes.


CCS BOE: 2015 GSBA Exemplary School Board Status

Chickamauga City School District is proud to announce the achievement and status of the Georgia School Boards Association's (GSBA) 2015 Expemplary School Board recognition.