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Coffee County Central High School Overview

100 Red Raider Dr, Manchester, TN 37355 , Tel: +1 (931) 723-5159 Coffee County School District
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 9-12
  • 1245


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Coffee County Central High School Ratings & Reviews

July 18, 2016 Submitted by a student
I went through the Coffee County School system from Preschool to the end of eleventh grade. I am now at my new school and feel as though I learned nothing. Here in Kentucky I have had to go back and learn stuff that they had learnt years before now. This school cares more about buying new TV's to put announcements on then paying for academic things. I was in Culinary and did not get to learn half of the things we needed to know because the school didn't have the funding. They did have funding to buy four flat screen TVs though. They really need to get priorities right at this school. There are teachers who would rather be your friend than discipline you. I honestly don't know how they became a reward school.
August 20, 2013 Submitted by a parent
"We are a TN ""Reward School"" for 2012 -2013 and the only HS in the immediate area to have earned this award based on student performance and growth in scores. The Tennessee Department of Education thinks CCHS is pretty awesome and I must agree. It all wouldn't have been possible without the dedication of some of the finest educators in the state of Tennessee, as well as the students! Way to go-- keep up the phenomenal work!"
January 03, 2013 Submitted by a community member
For those reviewing CCCHS, that think the number one emphasis is on football: Have you seen our record the last few years? Not much emphasis that I can see. Also, I can tell by the grammar of some of you that you surely are not getting an English education! Quit texting and pick up a grammar text. Teachers cannot learn for you, regardless of their skill set. I am a 65 year old graduate of CHS and I will stack my education up with anyone - certainly, today's graduates.
November 27, 2012 Submitted by a student
This school needs a serious organizational overhaul. This should begin with the new principal we got last year. Among the things he's accomplished are: changing the lunch schedule to three lunches, which, if you have second lunch like I do, splits your class in two, separated by lunch. Nobody seems to like the new system, even most of the teachers. He has also changed the way announcements are conveyed to students. The announcements are emailed to each student, which is ok if you have a phone, tablet, etc. that can connect to the internet. If you don't, then you're out of luck. Also, many of the teachers seem incapable of teaching their subjects. As a junior this year with a schedule full of honors and ap classes,the lack of teaching ability is not helping me get ready for college. Some teachers, such as the ones for ap english 3, ap us history, and hon. English 2 are exceptions to this, among others. Overall, this school is nowhere near the top as far as high schools go. The only reason I attend this school is because I live nowhere near any other high schol. If I lived close enough, I would surely have attended tullahoma high school.
September 06, 2012 Submitted by a student
"I went to this school for my first semester of 9th grade. (I was in the Coffee County school system from Kindergarten until 9th grade) I hated it. Most of the teachers were horrible at their jobs, the education standards were very sub-par, and the building was terribly unsanitary and asbestos-riddled.The school is literally falling apart. I was bullied a bit, and when I went to the counselor for advice I was told to ""get over it"". Teachers and staff at this school constantly turn the other way in these situations. I was a straight A student, in honors classes, and I was terribly bored out of my mind. The classes were not challenging in the least. Not to mention with 30+ students per class there was no one on one interaction with the teacher. The overcrowding of the school is a problem, Manchester has 7 elementary schools, three Jr. high/Middle schools, but only ONE highschool? , The drug use, drop-out and pregnancy rate are terribly high, and the transfer rate (to homeschool and other schools in the area) is even higher. I only lasted one semester before I left and became a homeschooled student. I'm now a college student and I warn you that this school is absolutely horrible."
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Manchester City, TN Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School47%
  • Some College25%
  • Associate Degree5%
  • Bachelor Degree12%
  • Graduate Degree7%

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