Band Schedule
Summer Food Program

SAFE Workforce Program Announcement

Central High School is excited to offer rising students in grades 10th – 12th of the 2022 – 2023 school year the opportunity to receive workforce skills through the continued partnership with the SAFE Program.  The “Pay to Learn” model will be utilized, which means that students who participate in the program will also be paid at a rate of $10 per hour.  This program will begin on Monday, June 6 and end on Thursday, June 16.  The working hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.  It is a Monday – Thursday program for two weeks.  CHS will provide bus transportation at specific locations.  If you would like your young adult to participate, please contact Central High School at 256-377-4384 or e-mail Jacques Mitchell at

Summer Bus Schedule

Pick-up will be at the old schools at each of the following locations below.
Summer School Bus Route

2022-2023 School Calendar

2022-2023 Approved Calendar

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School Calendar

Approved 2021-2022 Student Code of Conduct

Approved 2021-2022 Student Handbook



We believe:

  • The education of students is a responsibility shared by students, faculty and staff, parents, and the community.
  • All students must have opportunities to learn and to be successful.
  • Maximum student learning takes place in a positive environment that includes consistency and structure.
  • When engaged in rigorous, authentic learning activities that target a variety of learning styles, all students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to attain personal and professional success.
Central cheerleaders win awards at Auburn UCA Camp 
Ten Central cheerleaders along with their sponsor, Mrs. Bailey, returned proudly from the Universal Cheerleaders Association camp at Auburn University this week. Attendees pictured with their awards are Rebekah Burton, Reagan Cardwell, Katie Meeks, Alissa Cosby, Destini Kelley, Adrianna Walker, Lamiya Harrison, Kelsey McLaughlin, Danni Morgan, and Aerial Green.  The Central squad, composed of members in 7th-12th grades, competed against 9th-12th grade and 11th-12th grade squads.  The squad earned a superior ribbon for sideline and cheer evaluations during camp, as well as 4th place for their dance routine, 4th place for their cheer routine, 5th place for their sideline routine, and 5th place game day overall.  In addition, first time camp attendee Rebekah Burton received the Pin-It-Forward award, recipients are chosen by UCA staff based on leadership, spirit, commitment, kindness, and motivation displayed during camp.  Rebekah's advice is to have fun, get sleep ahead time, and remember you are a Central Cougar, always believe in yourself! Senior and squad captain, Alissa Cosby, accepted the Top Banana award for the team. Alissa said of her last time at camp, "I'm so sad, I don’t want this to be my last camp experience, it really hit me when Mrs Bailey started crying." Mrs. Bailey said of the experience, "I am super proud of these girls and can't wait to see what this school year holds for them."

Cheer Camp Photo
CES Summer Camp is so much fun!  
Third grade teacher Mrs. Compher shared, "Campers are spending the morning doing reading and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities.  These activities are to improve reading and thinking skills.  After lunch, campers and teachers ride buses to Poplar Point Camp where activities are provided by different agencies like 4-H, Snap-Ed, Extension Office, and EF-NEP.   Campers are learning about healthy eating, exercise, and even how to fish.  Favorite activities for week three include making and eating ice cream, musical instruments, and the parachute.  Once a week campers also get to have slip-n-slide and pool time.  What a great way to cool off!  Summer camp is great!"
Literacy Camp
Poplar Point Camp Outdoor
Slip and Slide

Central Band Members Participate in Spirit Camp

CHS Band Leadership
Central band members Skylar Newman, Abigail Mizzell, Corrie Haynes, and Michael Thomas completed their band leadership camp at Jacksonville State University Saturday with a culminating performance. We look forward to the leadership skills they bring back to the band this year. The fall schedule for the Pride of Coosa County included.

Central High School Offers Summer Learning and Paid Workforce Development

Summer school classes kicked off this week for students in 7th and 8th grade and will continue into next week.  Summer school classes for students in 9th-12th grade begin June 20th.  Central High School is excited to offer rising students in grades 10th – 12th the opportunity to receive workforce skills through the continued partnership with the SAFE Program.  The “Pay to Learn” model will be utilized, which means the students who are participating in the program are paid $10 per hour.  The program runs through Thursday, June 16 and is run by Central science teacher, Jacques Mitchell. Bus transportation is provided for summer programs at specific locations.

Rising students in grades 10th – 12th receive workforce skills through the continued partnership with the SAFE Program

CHS Graduates are Going Places

Remy Thornton

Remy Thornton
Remy Thornton earns degree in Radiologic Science
Remy Thornton, Central class of 2020, is the daughter of Jason and Jamie Thornton of the Richville community.  Remy recently graduated from the University of South Alabama with a bachelor of science degree in Radiologic Science with a concentration in Radiation Therapy.  Remy was a dual enrolled student at Central Alabama Community College (CACC) during high school and earned her high school diploma from Central and her associates degree from CACC simultaneously. Her hard work paid off because she was able to earn her bachelors degree two years after graduating from high school. Remy is employed as a urology and oncology specialist at Springhill Medical Center in Mobile, Alabama. Remy says, "I can't wait to spend my day taking care of patients and making a difference in their lives. Congratulations Remy!

Congratulations, Class of 2022!


Congratulations to the Central High School Graduating Class of 2022! Zaria Abston, Brittany Allen, Emilee Brown, Traederiu Butler, Nathan Brent Calfee, Kaitlyn Collins, Tori Davis, Raamiah Gaddis, Matthew Gamble (not pictured), Jeiby Cruz Garcia, Alexandria Griffin, Nicholas Heard, Ethan Henderson, Brody Hyatt, Jon Kelley, Tremain Kelley, Jaylen Lee, Jamyia Marbury, Zakiya McGinnis, Braylon McKinney, Brynli Mitchell, JaStorie Moon, Danielito Munoz, Mallory Parrish, Daja Pearson, Sharnya Ransaw, Shumnique Richardson, Parker Sanders, Tucker Skinner, Tyneshia Strong, Katlyn Taylor, Zeriah Taylor, Wesley Thomas, Nicholas Tidwell, and Connor Waid.


The 2022 Graduation Ceremony will be Wednesday, May 25th beginning at 7:00 pm at the Keith Bullard Stadium.

 "pictures courtesy of Bill Miller Photography" 

CHS Students of the Month

7th Grade
Emily Martinez-Emily Martinez  works hard to complete all her assignments.  She is quiet and very mild tempered.  Emily strives to do well and has shown significant improvements in most all her classes.  She is very respectful to her peers and teachers. Congratulations Emily!

Emily Martinez

8th Grade
Charles Tillman is the best class helper. He is SUPER respectful and goes out of his way to be kind.  He works really hard in class and ALWAYS has a pleasant and positive attitude.  It is such a pleasure to have Charles as a student.  Congratulations Charles!!

Charles Tillman

9th Grade
Waylon Grogan  is a very well mannered young man.  He always completes his assignments in a timely manner, is very attentive in class, and always does what he is supposed to do.  He is helpful to classmates as well. In addition, Waylon serves on the Central Honor Guard.  Congratulations Waylon!

Waylon Grogan

10th Grade
Kaylee Hand is quiet and reserved in class, but she is one of the smartest students here at CHS. She is quick to ask questions, as needed,  for clarification.   Kaylee  always completes assignments to the best of her ability in a timely manner.  Congratulations Kaylee!

Kaylee Hand

11th Grade
Skylar Newman is a very important member of the CBN team. She helps organize, write and produce scripts. She is always willing to help out. She is also very dedicated to band and volunteers for after-school activities.  Skylar is a model student and an asset to our school.  Congratulations Skylar!

Skylar Newman

12th Grade
Brody Hyatt is an all around great student.  He is always concerned about his work and works hard to do well.   Brody has a mild tempered and gentle spirit.   He is always willing to help his teachers and peers., when needed.  Brody is highly mature and his character is without reproach.  Congratulations Brody!

Brody Hyatt

State of the School 2022
Revised Re-opening Plan 2021 Click for Link to the PDF of the entire Plan.
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