Our mission is to maximize the use of resources in support of student achievement.
Welcome to the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System where we serve over 35,500 students in grades pre-kindergarten through twelve.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) is dedicated to providing a quality education for all students. The mission to educate and empower all students to reach their potential is evident in the increased efforts and progress toward the district’s vision that all students will graduate high school college and career ready.
The district is committed to providing timely and appropriate interventions so all students may see their high school graduation day. The district’s administrators, faculty, and staff are passionate about students and are committed to student success. Community support is counted among the district’s key assets and plays a major role in student success.
If your K-12th grade student is new to Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools, or is transferring between schools, enroll online by visiting https://parents.cmcss.net.
To complete the enrollment process for new students, parents may need to go to their zoned school with these required documents:
· A birth certificate or other proof of date of birth
· State law requires that a copy of a student’s state-issued birth certificate be in their cumulative folder. Schools can accept other proof of date of birth for registration, but the parent/guardian needs to provide a copy of the child’s state-issued birth certificate.
· Student’s Tennessee Immunization Record
· A complete medical exam is required for all Pre-K enrollees. Evidence of completed exam can be presented upon registration. A medical exam is recommended for all students in grades K-12 at time of registration. See the Health Services page for more information.
· Proof of Custody (if requested by school)
· Two (2) Proofs of Residence (Example: water bill, electric bill, lease agreement, or other residency, etc.) Other residency information may be requested by the school.
· Power of Attorney For Care of a Minor Child form (required in certain circumstances)
According to the State Department of Education, children entering kindergarten shall be five (5) years of age on or before August 15 for the 2020-21 school year. Tennessee State Law also requires that a student going into the first grade must show proof of attendance in an accredited kindergarten program.