• All County Chorus

    2014 All County Chorus

  • JSW Jr. Beta Induction

    J.S. Waters Jr. Beta Club Inducts New Members
    [Press Release]

  • CTE T-Shirt Thank You

    Career and Technical Education Students Thank Local Businesses and Organizations for T-Shirts!

  • Employee Recognition Award

    Congratulations to Bebe Tillman! Ms. Tillman is the FIRST recipient of the Chatham County Schools Employee Recognition Award.

  • 2014-2015 Course Registration Guide

    Rising Eighth Graders and High School Students

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District News
Chatham County Schools Hosts 26th Annual Young Authors Celebration

Chatham County Schools Media Education Program along with McIntyre’s Fine Books and Fearrington Village hosted the twenty-sixth annual Young Authors Celebration for student writers in Chatham County on Tuesday, April 8. The event, which was held at The Barn at Fearrington Village, kicked off with a reception at 6:30 p.m. 
Chatham County Dropout Rate Decreases for 5th Year
For the fifth year in a row, Chatham County Schools saw a decline in the dropout rate. In a new report from the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) presented to State Board of Education members at their monthly meeting, the 2012-2013 Consolidated Data Report demonstrated that dropout rates across the state fell to record lows. The state dropout rate for 2012-2013 was 2.45%, with Chatham County Schools coming in even lower at 2.23%. This demonstrates a reduction of 1.59% from the previous year.
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Chatham Schools Co-recipient of $800,000 Education Grant
Students in Chatham County public schools will soon have a new program and skilled advisors to help them advance their academic and vocational education, thanks to an $800,000 Education and Workforce Innovation Fund grant.
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The Red Clay Ramblers Visit Pollard Band Students
Red Clay Ramblers photoMargaret B. Pollard Middle School eighth grade band students received a wonderful surprise Friday, April 4, during their regular band class. Michele Reams, Pollard director had invited The Red Clay Ramblers to join her class, in order to share their music and skills. The musical group wowed the kids with their rendition of “Cotton Eyed Joe,” followed by instrumental warm ups, breathing and metronome exercises, and each group listened attentively to each other. One of the many highlights included student trumpet player, Christopher Keesor being asked to join the group on a piece.  More... 
New Bus Driver Training Class Announced
The last bus class for this school year will be held from April 22nd-24th in the Central Office South Conference Room at Horton Middle School.   Classes are 9-3 each day.  More...
Chatham County Schools Launches PowerSchool Parent Portal
READY Homebase logoChatham County Schools is pleased to announce the launch of the PowerSchool Parent Portal.  The Parent Portal will allow all Chatham County Schools families the opportunity to view their students' grades in an easy to use website.  The Parent Portal is a part of the state mandated PowerSchool system that manages student information and grades for all students throughout the state of North Carolina.    More...

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he PowerSchool Parent Portal will always be available under Parents in the top navigation bar.