Representatives from Tennessee Promise told local principals and guidance counselors that the program was about "snatching that student who never thought that college was an option" and giving them a mentor and financial assistance. The program will pay for interested students to go to a community or technical college and receive an associate's degree. The only requirements for the scholarship are meeting all application deadlines, attending ... (click for more)
A new school year has begun bringing with it a group of fresh faces to the McCallie campus. McCallie welcomes 15 new teachers and staff members to the Ridge for the 2014-15 school year. Two newcomers are McCallie graduates. Nick Bradford ’02 will teach Upper School Math, and James Harr ’92 ... (click for more)
Bryan College faculty and staff and their families gathered together for a night of fellowship, food, introductions, and activities before school starts next week. A total of 183 people (64 different families) attended the Family Fun Night, including several new faculty and staff members. ... (click for more)
August 21, 2014
Building on the success of last year’s camp, Chattanooga State will host the 2nd Annual Drupal Camp on Saturday, Sept.13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration opens at 8 a.m. and costs $25 to attend. ... (click for more)
Unum awarded one of ten college scholarships to local Signal Mountain High School graduate Mary Taylor Goeltz. “I'm so grateful that I have received this award from Unum,” Ms. Goeltz ... (click for more)
The County School Board on Thursday night accepted an offer from Calvary Chapel for the reuse of the former Piney Woods Elementary School at 701 Hooker Road. Proposals had been issued and ... (click for more)
Should Tennessee grocery stores be allowed to sell wine?