Preparing for the new school year can seem overwhelming. Collierville Schools has created a Parent and Student New School Year Guide to best prepare your family for the August 9 return to school. Click the headline to access our new school year guide.
This week, Collierville Schools was named one of 21 school districts in the state, awarded the new Innovative High School Models Grant by the Tennessee Department of Education. “It is the perfect time to be a dragon,” said Superintendent Dr. Gary Lilly. “The Innovative High School Models grant will allow our students to soar to new heights, both academically and professionally, while fostering deeper connections with our local industry experts.” Read more here about how Collierville Schools is bringing career readiness to its landscape:
As we continue to prepare for next year's academic operations, rising 6th-12th graders that wish to participate in the upcoming athletic activities must complete and upload to DragonFly a completed 2021-2022 Sports Physical Exam Form for your child(ren). Please click the headline to access the form. If you have any questions about the required documentation, please reach out to Collierville Schools' District Athletic Director, Mr. Jeff Curtis, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use this link to access the DragonFly digital upload: https://www.dragonflymax.com
The Summer 2021 CLEP Testing sign-up link June and July is now active. Click this link in order to access an updated CLEP Registration packet with the updated links for June and July 2021 testing. This round of CLEP testing is open to any student wishing to participate in CLEP exams. Please email Mr. Brett Heinrich at email@example.com if you have any questions.
We are close to the end of the school year, and CVA device collection will take place sooner than we think— click the headline for complete details and find out what device(s) will need to be returned to your assigned school.
Parents, please check your email to complete PowerSchool registration for your children. We still have 1,600 students who have not completed Infosnap. Your child will not be allowed to register unless PowerSchool registration is completed.
In conjunction with the Shelby County Health Department’s new health directive, effective Monday, May 17, masks will become optional — for both students and employees — across Collierville Schools. This decision comes from the most recent announcements from both Governor Bill Lee and the Shelby County Health Department, changing the mask mandate from a requirement to a recommendation. Read all about it here:
The Collierville community is extremely generous with the scholarships they offer our seniors and we want to thank them for the continued support they show our students. We are incredibly proud of the accomplishments of our seniors!
Please join us in celebrating as you view our Collierville High School Class of 2021 Scholarship and Recognition Program Virtual Presentation!
Beginning August 2021, Collierville Schools will formally add a tenth school to its roster. Collierville Virtual Academy, employing a virtual instructional model, will welcome students in grades 3-12 for the upcoming school year. “I am proud of the work that went into building the virtual academy from the ground up last summer,” said Superintendent Gary Lilly. Read more here: