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March 27th, 2024

Solar Eclipse – Monday, April 8

On the afternoon of Monday, April 8, we will be able to observe a partial solar eclipse in Clarksville-Montgomery County. This will be a different experience than the total solar eclipse in August 2017, when our community was a prime location in the path of totality. However, this will still be a great learning experience for students. CMCSS has purchased ISO-certified solar eclipse safety glasses for students and employees. Weather and schedules permitting, schools may plan educational activities and provide opportunities for students to view the eclipse at school.

If you would prefer to pick up your student early from school, students will be counted present for an entire day if you pick them up after they have been in school for a total of 3 hours and 30 minutes.

If you do not want your child to view the eclipse at school, please send a written note to your child’s school by Friday, April 5 to exempt them from participation in any viewing activities.

March 21st, 2024

Open Enrollment Information for the 2024-2025 School Year

CMCSS is offering Open Enrollment in specific schools and grade levels with available capacity for the 2024-2025 school year. Space for Open Enrollment is limited to only the specific schools and grades listed below.

Each grade listed has a limited number of available seats. If more requests are received than available seats, a lottery drawing will be held. Open Enrollment is only open to residents of Montgomery County. Applications for the 2024-2025 school year will be accepted from Monday, March 25 through Wednesday, April 24, 2024. Please see below for the application. Completed applications should be delivered in person or mailed to the CMCSS Enrollment Center, 430 Greenwood Ave. Clarksville, TN 37040, ATTN: Director of Student Services.  This Open Enrollment process is separate from the application period for schools and programs of choice that took place January – February 2024.

2024-2025 Open Enrollment Application (STS-F023)


School K 1 2 3 4 5
Byrns Darden Elementary 5 seats 5 seats
Cumberland Heights Elementary 5 seats 5 seats 5 seats 5 seats 5 seats 5 seats
Minglewood Elementary 15 seats
Montgomery Central Elementary 20 seats


School 6 7 8
Rossview Middle 9 seats 26 seats 39 seats
School 9 10 11 12
Montgomery Central High 63 seats 32 seats
Northeast High 10 seats 10 seats 10 seats 10 seats
Rossview High 7 seats 10 seats 10 seats


CMCSS Open Enrollment Policy (STS-A004)

Due to the comprehensive rezoning that changed capacities at some schools, the District had to delay the determination of open seats for Open Enrollment until spring 2024.

February 23rd, 2024

Point of Pride Awards for February 2023

On Tuesday, February 20, 2024, the CMCSS School Board presented the following Point of Pride awards to students, faculty, and staff.

ACT Perfect Score

Cade Deterding is a Rossview High School student who made a perfect score on his ACT exam. The perfect composite score is 36. This score is an average of the four section scores for English, Math, Reading, and Science. Getting a perfect score on the ACT is very rare. Out of the nearly 2 million students who take the ACT across America, only around 0.3% of students earn a perfect ACT score.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference

Austin Mason, Brooke Mangrum, and Tyler Mills from Montgomery Central High School competed in the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference. Austin, Brooke, and Tyler earned top honors at the competition.

Austin Mason won 1st Place in Interviewing Skills ($15,000 scholarship)
Brooke Mangrum won 2nd Place in Lesson Plan Development and Modification ($8,000 scholarship)
Tyler Mills scored a 98.5 in the highly competitive Toys that Teach category

State of Tennessee Art Review and Showcase

Areen David is a second grader at Rossview Elementary School, whose artwork won 2nd Place in the State of Tennessee Art Review and Showcase. Areen’s work will be on display at the TN State Museum from March until May of this year.

All-State Musicians

CMCSS students auditioned and were selected to perform in an all-state ensemble. These students auditioned and competed against students across the state to earn one of the limited seats in the all-state ensembles. Students will get to rehearse and perform with other talented musicians from across the state in April.

From Clarksville High School, Mac Mackdanz – All-State Band (Mr. Gaskill, director)

From Montgomery Central High School, Andrew Wall – All-State Choir (Mrs. Rouse, director)

From Rossview High School:
Jamie Noland – All-State Band (Mr. Reynolds, director) and
Elizabeth Stevens – All-State Choir (Mrs. Waugh, director)

Honor Band of America

Jaden Steele is from Northeast High School and through a competitive national audition, Jaden was selected for the Honor Band of America. Jaden will get the opportunity to perform with the ensemble in March under the direction of Col. Timothy Holtan, the Leader and Commander of the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own.”

TSSAA Bowling

Northwest High School’s Unified Bowling Team along with Coach Guevara and Coach Jenkins were the Runner-up in TSSAA State Bowling Championship. The team includes:

Bandon Loreto
Chrissalee Lawrence
Juan “Jay” Cota
Jashaun Williams
Akeyla Farmer
Joseph “JoJo” Richardson
Kayla Taylor
Michael Thompson
Deonta Crawford
Mackinzie McPeak
Analiese Poe

National High School Cheerleading Competition (NHSCC)

The Clarksville High School Wildcats Cheer Team along with Coach Thurman and Coach Kinslow won the Bronze Medal in D1 Small Varsity Game Day Division with 3, zero deduction routines at the National High School Cheerleading Competition in Orlando.

The cheerleaders on the team are:

Anna Grace Parker
Marie Brock
Ari Sohn
Jamiyah Leeks
Blair Butcher
Chloe Blevins
Ella Gallagher
Julie Alford
Kinsley Savage
Madalynne Brunner
McKenna Carbin
Sania Baugh
Ella Roberts
Kennedy Lang
Graham Bryant
Laney Rogers
Peyton Hay
Aubrie Hardy
Mayleigh Carbin
Shaliah Griffey
Ava Austin
Kylee Claret

Congratulations to all of the students, faculty, and staff on their achievements!

February 22nd, 2024

Military College Scholarship Opportunities Meeting Set for Students, Parents

Join the CMCSS JROTC leadership and other representatives to discuss ROTC scholarships and how to attend a military college. Students will have the opportunity to hear from and ask questions to a representative from the Army Nursing Program, a West Point graduate, and representatives from Junior Military Colleges who can provide detailed perspectives on the student experience.

Event Details:
April 2 – 3, 2024
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Central Services South (1312 Highway 48)

What is a Military College?

Senior Military Colleges

The Citadel, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, Virginia Military Institute, University of North Georgia, Norwich University

Six Senior Military Colleges (SMC) in the nation have Army ROTC programs which are part of a Corps of Cadets.

Why Choose a Senior Military College?

  • Graduates of Senior Military Colleges are Cadets who will be assessed onto Active Duty upon recommendation from their Professor of Military Science, they do not have to compete nationally for Active Duty.
  • Full tuition scholarships are available for those who qualify
  • Paid a personal stipend of $420/month while attending class
  • Paid a book allowance of $1,200 per year
  • SMC’s are steeped in tradition and offer students an organized lifestyle, enhanced leadership training, and superb training facilities
  • Cadets may choose to commission into the Army Reserves or the National Guard through the Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty option
  • Cadets quickly take on leadership roles and experience every level of leadership from top to bottom

Military Junior Colleges

Marion Military Institute, Valley Forge Military College, Georgia Military College, New Mexico Military Institute

Only four Military Junior Colleges (MJC) offer the unique opportunity to become an Army Officer in only two years.

Why Choose a Military Junior College?

  • Cadets can become an Army Officer in only two years through the MJC Early Commissioning Program (ECP)
  • Full tuition scholarships are available
  • Paid a book allowance of $1,200 per year
  • Paid a personal stipen of $420/month while attending class
  • Paid as a Cadet/E-5 in the Army Reserve or National Guard if enrolled in Simultaneous Membership Program (over $300/month)
  • MJC ECP Commissioned Officers qulaify for the Education Assistance Program, which pays full tuition and fees for the remaining two years at the follow on college and degree you choose OR elect to receive $10,000/year room and board
  • MJC Commissionionees earn time in service during their Junior and Senior year of college for promotions and retirement purposes
  • Values and character are emphasized from day one through graudation.
  • Respect for others is a key to succeeding at a MJC
  • MJCs instill pride and self-confidence through team-building, promotions, and leadership roles


For more information, including schools and locations, text MCINFO to 462769 (GOARMY) or visit this website.

Presenter’s Contact Information
Glen A. Johnson
Recruiting Operations Officer
Cell: 270.300.7522
Office: 502.624.1904
[email protected]

February 15th, 2024

2024 Yearbook sales end 2/23/24

Be sure to get your guaranteed copy of the 2023/2024 Northeast High School Yearbook by Friday, February 23, 2024.

Student copies are $90.00

scan the QR code or go to

February 15th, 2024

FAFSA Information Meetings

FAFSA flyer Feb

Students and Parents please join us February 15, 2024 at 6:00pm at the NEHS Library for any questions you may have in completing your FAFSA filing.

Northeast High School

3701 Trenton Road

Clarksville, TN  37040

Library location

2/15/24 at 6:00 pm.

January 22nd, 2024

TN Promise Scholarship Meeting

WHO:  All Seniors Class of 2024 and parents are welcome

WHEN:  Thursday, Feb 8th at 2:55pm


CONTACT WITH QUESTIONS:  Gretchen Logan, [email protected]

December 7th, 2023

Mid-Term Final Exams Schedule 2023

Please see attached Mid-term Final Exams schedule for week of December 12 – 14, 2023 with exam make-up day Friday, December 15.

Monday, December 11 – Regular school day 7:30am – 2:25pm

Tuesday, December 12 – Final Exams 7:30am- 2:25pm

Wednesday, December 13 – Final Exams 7:30am- 2:25pm

Thursday, December 14 – Final Exams 7:30am- 2:25pm

Friday, December 15 – Exam make-up day 7:30am – 11:00am. Please note students only need to be in attendance if they need to make-up any missed final exams from 12/12-12/14.


December 7th, 2023

Senior 2024 Cap and Gown Pictures Info

Seniors mark the date on your calendar for Cap and Gown pictures.  February 13-February 15, 2024 each day 7:00am – 3:00pm in the NEHS Aux Gym.  More information to come.

November 30th, 2023

UT Knoxville Flagship Scholarship

Seniors please don’t let this amazing Flagship Scholarship slip away.  Northeast High School is 1 of only 3 Clarksville area high schools that is designated Flagship high school.  See the attached flyers for scholarship criteria.  Deadline for admission application is December 15, 2023.