The Moore County Raiders held on to beat Eagleville 6-5 on Tuesday to secure first place in District 8A baseball play.
This year, the Moore County Nursing Services CTE Program was one of 159 new pathways from 51 districts to earn the Tennessee Pathways Certification distinction.
The Metro School Board recently approved funding for new scoreboards at both the MCHS softball and baseball fields.
MCHS Class of 2021 Project Graduation plan two Easter fundraisers that might just make life easier for you that holiday weekend: a BBQ fundraiser and an Easter-themed bake sale.
Support the MCHS Class of 2022 and surprise your kids on Easter morning by supporting their Egg My Yard fundraiser. Deadline to order is March 19.
Southern, middle Tennessee is currently experiencing a critical need for blood. MCHS will host a blood drive on March 31 to honor one of their own, Belinda Smith.
At Monday night’s meeting, the Metro Board of Education unanimously approved a new fall sports option in 2021, girls volleyball.
Blood supplies in southern, middle Tennessee are low. The Health Occupation Students of America chapter at Moore County High School plan to help by hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Tuesday, January 26.
Raider Nation heads to Carroll County on Friday as the Raiders take on the Huntingdon Mustangs in playoff action.
TDOT is set to install a turning lane at MCHS in 2021. There will be a Public Hearing regarding the project before the November 16 Metro Council meeting.