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Moore County High School and Middle School Parents,

The faculty and staff of MCHS/MS are looking forward to the beginning of a new academic year.  We will begin school on Friday, August 6 for orientation from 8:00 until 10:00.  This year we will be starting the school year as in school only option for all students.  Please check this site for any future updates.

If your student will be a bus rider, please ensure that you have registered your student online through our website at www.moorecountyschools.net for bus registration. If you don’t have internet access, please contact us at 931-759-4231.

Please understand that procedures may change throughout this process as we receive guidance from the Tennessee Department of Education, Local Health organizations, and the CDC.


Brad Sanders


Internet Access

We understand that not all families in Moore County have sufficient internet access in their homes.  To help our families with this we are increasing our WiFi signal at Lynchburg Elementary School so that you can connect to the internet from the front parking lot of LES.  

While there won’t be a password required to connect, please remember that we are monitoring the content in compliance with the federal law requirement.  In addition, in order to follow the safe distance order, we are requiring you to stay in your vehicle while on campus.  The Moore County Sheriff's Department will be monitoring the campus to ensure security and safety.  

IT Help Desk

If parents or students need assistance using Chromebooks or WiFi, we are here to help.  You can reach out to us at 1-786-401-2455 or 1-786-401-2425.  



Image result for school closuresAt-Home Learning Resources

Click the link above or visit the tab at the side "At-Home Learning Resources" for links to great educational sites. 


PBS Bring Educational Programs During School Closures
Starting April 6, Tennessee’s six PBS stations— WNPT Nashville, East Tennessee PBS, WCTE Upper Cumberland, WKNO Memphis, West TN PBS, and Chattanooga WTCI— will deliver two hours of programming with high-quality instructional content from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. CST. Four hours of content will also be streamed overnight, which viewers can watch live or record.
The content will be developed and provided by Tennessee educators in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Education and meets a critical need to ensure all students have access to high-quality learning opportunities, regardless if their home has internet connectivity or capable devices.




ACT Academy - Free Resource

ACT Practice

Bad Test Takers:

Testing tips on how to best approach the ACT.




Khan Academy:

Resource for additional practice and tutorials for the ACT.



ACT Website:

The direct ACT website link to see testing dates and to register for upcoming tests.