Please see the Athletics page for athletic schedules, forms for sports physicals, and more.
Cherokee County School District will launch for the 2017-2018 school year a new Learning Management System called Canvas for all students, parents and teachers.
The Canvas LMS provides a seamless environment for students, teachers, and parents to access course content, assignments/assessments, grades, and attendance, along with the integration of additional technology tools such as OneDrive and Office 365. This brief video highlights the system’s benefits.
Students access Canvas using their network ID and password.
Cherokee County high schools offer more than 20 different career certifications, including technology, healthcare, automotive, welding, and more. Please see the Careers page for more information.
Please see the CCSD Course Guide page for the latest high school course guide document.
The Cherokee County School Discipline code contains dress code information, the technology acceptable use policy, attendance information and more. Please see the 2017-18 Discipline Handbook for more information.
Students may utilize many online learning tools, such as Khan Academy. Please see the Learning Tools page for more links to online learning resources.
2016-17 menus coming soon! Please check back closer to the first day of school, August 1, 2016.
Microsoft Office 365 Education is free to CCSD students. Students can have a CCSD email account through Office 365, and also have access to the Microsoft Office suite for education.
Please visit the school district Online Safety page for tips on Internet safety and digital citizenship.
Students may reset their own password through the Rapid Identity Self-Service Password Portal.
Check out links to practice test websites for many of the well-known standardized tests, like Milestones and SAT.
Student Services include school counselors, guidance services, school nurses, and more. Please visit your school’s Student Services page to learn about the many services available to students.