Grahamwood Student Wins Memphis In May Poster Competition

A Grahamwood Elementary student’s artwork will be on display across the city of Memphis over the next month. Read More

Overton High School Hosts Academic Signing Day

Overton High School honored its seniors who earned scholarships Friday with Academic Signing Day. Read More

Rozelle Students Visit Art Classes At The University Of Memphis

Rozelle Elementary art students are getting a master class in how to paint a picture of success. Read More

Student-Based Budgeting — A New Opportunity for Equality & Achievement

In March 2017, School Board members voted in support of a new, innovative student-based funding model that aims to drive academic achievement by empowering school leaders to make funding decisions. SCS will pilot the transformational student-based funding model in several schools in 2018-19, with intentions of scaling up for all schools by 2019-20. Here, Chief of Strategy & Performance Management Brad Leon shares his perspective on why this initiative is so important.  Read More

Whitehaven HS Celebrates Million-Dollar Scholars With Academic Signing Day

Whitehaven High School celebrated its Million-Dollar Scholars during National Academic signing day last week.  40 seniors earned more than $40 million in scholarships to colleges or universities across the country.  Read More

We All Scream For Ice Cream…And Reading!

LaRose Elementary celebrated reading in a sweet way, recognizing second grade students who have read over 600 books with the help of volunteers from Team Read.   Read More

Germantown Elementary’s Entrance Gets Makeover

Walking up to Germantown Elementary is a little brighter now, thanks to the teamwork of students, staff and community members.  Read More

Evans Elementary Goes Blue For Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month and one SCS school lighting it up blue to raise awareness. Read More

Cordova HS Broadcast Students Learning From WKNO, ESPN & FOX Sports

Cordova High School broadcasting students are getting some on the job experience thanks to WKNO and Dean Film and Video. Read More