The purpose of Central High School of McMinn County is to graduate students with the skills necessary to meet the challenges of the future.
The mission of Central High School of McMinn County is to develop lifelong learners through challenging expectations that emphasize academic standards and address the diverse needs of all students while promoting civic and social responsibility.
We believe that:
About The School
Central High School of McMinn
Central High School of McMinn was founded in 1966. It was the result of the consolidation of Etowah High School, Englewood High School, and Cook High School. Cook High School was McMinn County’s African-American high school until the school system finally integrated. Central High School is geographically located in a rural area, slightly off Highway 411 in between Etowah (population 3,800) and Englewood (population 1,600).
Central High School has 1 principal, 1 assistant principal, 1 athletic director/assistant principal/classroom teacher, 3 special education teachers, 2 school counselors, 1 graduation coach, 1 job coach, 2 instructional coaches, 1 librarian, 51 classroom teachers, 2.5 special education assistants, 3 administrative assistants, 6 cafeteria staff, and 5 custodians. There are over 300 classes being taught at Central High School.