• Griffith Elementary School

    173 Jones Drive

    P.O. Box 819

    Dunlap, TN  37327

    Phone: 423-949-2105

    Fax: 423-949-6872


    Griffith Elementary School is the largest school in Sequatchie County, serving approximately 725 children in grades Pre-K-4.  100% of our teachers are highly qualified and use brain-based strategies to teach all learning styles. The school has a resource officer, a school psychologist, a nurse, and a counselor on staff. There are four learning leaders and four interventionists. The support program includes special education inclusion classes for all grades, a behavioral intervention class, a School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) system, a school wide Title 1 program for math and reading, and before and after-school enrichment programs. We are SACS accredited and have been recognized as a role model school for inclusion. Students have access to four computer labs, an outdoor classroom, and related arts classes, which are as follows: Art, Library, Math, Music, PE1, PE2, and Science.   


    Griffith Elementary offers a 21st CCLC before & after school and summer enrichment program.  Students at the elementary school have access to community-sponsored athletics and extracurriculars, including: baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, karate, music lessons, soccer, and wrestling. Griffith Elementary has the latest technologies and is able to maintain the small-town feel with parent/teacher relationships.


    Sequatchie County Middle School

    7079 SR 28

    P.O. Box 789

    Dunlap, TN  37327

    Phone: 423-949-4149

    Fax: 423-949-4140


    Sequatchie County Middle School has a population of approximately 600 students and is accredited by the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges. The building was constructed in 1996 and serves grades 5-8. The mission of SCMS is to provide a structured and secure environment in which the students may achieve academic mastery while demonstrating positive social and emotional growth during the transition from childhood to adolescence. The mission statement is endorsed and supported by the physical placement of the grade level classrooms, the content area and related arts curriculums, the academic grade level configuration, the school support services, and the extra curriculum activities.


    All students attend daily classes in the content areas of language arts, math, reading, social studies, and science. There are two learning leaders and three interventionists. Related arts classes are as follows: Career Explorations, Computer Lab, Music, PE, Science, and Writing. Band instruction is offered as an elective for the higher grades. Emphasis is placed upon the use of comprehensive reading strategies in all subject areas by all teachers and students.


    The core content instructional process is configured per the needs and requirements of the different grade levels. The 5th grade students are assigned to one classroom and one teacher and do not exchange classes except to go to the related arts classes. The 6th grade students are placed in a homeroom group. They move with this group to two or three different core content teachers.  The 7th and 8th graders are also assigned to a homeroom. However, these students rotate to different classrooms and have four or five different core content teachers during the school day. 


    The support staff includes a school counselor, a school psychologist, and a special education teacher for each grade level. The support program includes special education inclusion classes for all grades, a behavioral intervention class, a School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) system, a school wide Title 1 program for math and reading, and before and after-school enrichment programs. The sports teams are members of the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association and area conference associations. The sports programs include:  baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, soccer, softball, and volleyball.  In addition, many community league sports and activities are available for the middle school age group.


    “Rising Above The Rest”

    Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

    Sequatchie County High School

    7067 SR 28

    P.O. Box 759

    Dunlap, TN  37327

    Phone: 423-949-2154

    Fax: 423-949-4696


    “Developing educated, responsible, independent, and productive citizens…”


    Throughout its long history, SCHS has provided the best possible education to the youth of this county. Constructed in 1909, the first graduating class had only four students. Since that time, thousands of students have received diplomas and have gone on to contribute to the good of Sequatchie County, the state of Tennessee, and our country.


    SCHS has approximately 600 students. SCHS, a SACS accredited school, maintains four up-to-date computer labs which contribute to our Business Communication classes, Credit Recovery, A+ Learning, the SCHS Yearbook and Newspaper, and allow teachers to use a lab when needed for classes. The school offers a marching band and a color guard. Sports offered are: baseball, basketball, bass fishing, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling. We have an active student incentive program where students are rewarded for making efforts toward their grades, attendance, and discipline.


    Students at Sequatchie County High School have the opportunity for dual enrollment with Chattanooga State Technical Community College. We also offer clusters in seven Career Technical Education areas; Advanced Manufacturing, Agriculture, Architecture & Construction, Health Science, Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security, Marketing, Distribution, & Logistics, and Transportation. 


    We also have several active student clubs which are important to student life. They include Astronomy Club, Beta Club, Chess Club, FBLA, FCA, FCCLA, FFA, History Club, HOSA, Leo Lions Club, Student Advisory, Student Council, Writer's Circle, and Youth Leadership. Our seniors are active in planning their own Senior Trip, Junior/Senior Prom, and Senior Week, where they are honored with a breakfast, Honors’ Night, Baccalaureate Program, culminating with Graduation on Friday night.


    SCHS wants to ensure that all of our students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma regardless of any limitations.