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Welcome to Hamilton County High School!

Creating pathways to a successful and productive life.


HCHS has partnered with Gestamp to offer students a work-based learning opportunity for the 2018-19 school year.  

Upcoming juniors and seniors may now apply via the link below. 

 HCHS/Gestamp Application

For more information regarding the program click here.



You can view the 2016-17 student handbook by clicking here and downloading the document.


Unsure of when to be here during a 2-hour delay?


Click here to download the schedule.

Annual Notice of Nondiscrimination

Hamilton County High School does not discriminiate

on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability,

or age in its program or activities including its career

and technical education program.  LEP: Lack of English

language proficiency will not be a barrier to admission

and participation in career and technical education programs.

Please contact our 504 Coordinator for inquiries regarding

the nondiscrimination policies:

Suzanne Smith, 504 Coordinator, Title 2 Coodinator

Rachel Duke, Title 9 Coordinator

9050 Career Ln., Ooltewah, TN 37363


Career and Technical Education

The following C.T.E. courses are available at Hamilton County High School.

Click on the link for course descriptions.

Introduction to Business and Marketing

Computer Applications

Click HERE to view the Continuous Notice of Nondiscrimination for C.T.E. programs.






Cultural Awareness Day
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Mrs. Youngberg's class hosted an International Food Fair to celebrate Cultural Awareness Day.  This is the culminating experience...

School Spotlight Hamilton County High School Chattanooga State Region Hamilton County High School exists to recruit and...
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Thirty plus students atttended our first ever VIP Day last Thursday, September 28th.  Students are considered "VIP" worthy...
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Click here to read Mrs. Youngberg's interview in "People of Chattanooga."
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Dr. Kelley and Mr. Haliburton were both featured in the newspaper this week for receiving recognition for the superb teaching...
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