Students in the Upper and Middle schools have been honored on the school's Honor Roll and Headmaster's List for their hard work during the 2018 Spring Semester.Read More
The Duck Day Golf Tournament celebrated its 10th year and was a huge success both in terms of participation and funds raised.
With a full field of 128 golfers on a beautiful day at Council Fire Golf Club on May 8, the 2018 event was the largest ever, and more than $31,000 was raised to benefit the Duck Day Scholarship Fund to help a talented Chattanooga boy attend McCallie. More than $200,000 has been raised at this event over the past decade.Read More
McCallie’s chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 87 rising seniors for the 2018-19 school year.
NHS is among the nation's best known organizations dedicated to recognizing outstanding high school students. Founded in 1921, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. The McCallie chapter of NHS is entering its 30th year.Read More
Commencement is the celebration of a beginning, and the emotions and atmosphere on display on the Ridge over the sunny and brisk May weekend reflected the beginning of incredible possibility for 157 new graduates from McCallie School.Read More
Jake Yost will be McCallie's head wrestling coach for the 2018-19 school year. Yost will fill the role held by Mike Newman for the past 10 years. Newman is stepping down as the head coach but will remain with the program as an assistant coach.
Under Newman, more than 23 McCallie wrestlers have earned individual state titles, including five state champions in each of the past two seasons. As a team, the Blue Tornado has been state runner up in the TSSAA traditional tournament for the past two years and was also runner up in the state duals in 2017.
“I am excited about this great opportunity to become McCallie's head wrestling coach,” Yost said. “Thankfully, Coach Newman has agreed to continue to be a part of the coaching staff. His passion for wrestling and decades of coaching experience will continue to be a tremendous asset for the program, and I am fortunate to work with him and the rest of the accomplished and committed coaching team.”
Newman made the decision to step into an assistant role so that he can continue to assist with the Blue Tornado football program and perform other duties at the school.Read More