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Mr. Burchfield’s class took advantage of the beautiful fall-like afternoon completing their speed and acceleration scrap peep cars project. ... See MoreSee Less

Mr. Burchfield’s class took advantage of the beautiful fall-like afternoon completing their speed and acceleration scrap peep cars project.

Cherokee Bluff Middle School would like to congratulate Amy Salas for winning the REACH scholarship for Hall County. Amy has proven to be a diligent student and worthy recipient of this scholarship to the nominee committee and will be recognized at the Hall County REACH ceremony to be held at a later date. We are very proud of her accomplishment and wish her the best as she continues on her academic journey!

What is REACH? REACH is a scholarship program providing promising students the support to graduate from high school and achieve postsecondary success.

How is the student selected? Students are nominated using specific criteria and then must interview to be considered for the scholarship. Only one student per school is eligible to win.
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Cherokee Bluff Middle School would like to congratulate Amy Salas for winning the REACH scholarship for Hall County. Amy has proven to be a diligent student and worthy recipient of this scholarship to the nominee committee and will be recognized at the Hall County REACH ceremony to be held at a later date. We are very proud of her accomplishment and wish her the best as she continues on her academic journey! 

What is REACH? REACH is a scholarship program providing promising students the support to graduate from high school and achieve postsecondary success.

How is the student selected? Students are nominated using specific criteria and then must interview to be considered for the scholarship. Only one student per school is eligible to win.

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August 2nd, 2021

 

To the Cherokee Bluff Community,

Wow! It is hard to believe we are entering year four of existence. To state the obvious, it has been an unusual but rather satisfying first three years. We combined parts of two communities, brought in teachers from over 10 different schools, persevered through arguably one of the most difficult times in modern history with a worldwide pandemic and we stayed true to our core values through it all! I’m truly humbled to lead these students, staff and parents because it is an absolute pleasure working with folks who are so willing to create something special for their community!

 

Our administrative team is committed to instilling our core values listed below into every student, faculty member and supporter of the BEAR NATION:

Being Innovative

Every Person’s Story Matters

Act with Integrity

Responsible and Respectable

Serve your Community

 

The future belongs to the risk takers, problem solvers, and inquisitive thinkers; those who believe that their dreams can become a reality. These types of individuals will run our country in every aspect in the future. We will provide opportunities in every classroom to create flexible, creative thinkers that will be able to succeed in this ever-changing world.  I look forward to the bond we will form as we dream and begin to lay the foundation for the artists, the inventors, the researchers, the doctors, the engineers, the mechanics, and the educators of tomorrow. As a member of this community, I have a special interest in the success of Cherokee Bluff students. You have my full commitment that I will work diligently to give our students the character, competency, and rigor necessary to compete in the 21st century.

 

Sincerely,

Robert Wilson, Principal

 

We Are Located At:

6603 Spout Springs Rd. Suite B
Flowery Branch, GA 30542