The third annual McCallie-Dr Pepper TEN Classic basketball event is February 2 and 3. McCallie is hosting another exciting weekend of prep basketball. The past two years have showcased high-level high school basketball as well as an inspirational guest speaker at the kickoff luncheon.Read More
Students in the Upper and Middle schools have been honored on the school's three honor rolls for their hard work during the Fall Semester of the 2017-18 school year.
Three separate lists of names -- the Headmaster's List, the Honor Roll and the Faculty Recognition List -- combine to acknowledge those boys who have achieved high grades or have impressed their teachers with their consistent and outstanding efforts, sometimes both:
- To be named to the Headmaster's List, a student must earn all "A's" for the semester;
- To be on the Honor Roll, a student must earn an overall 3.5 average or better with no grade lower than a B-; and
- The Faculty Recognition List recognizes those students who faculty members think deserve special recognition for their academic efforts during the semester.
A new year is a time for new beginnings, and 2018 marks the beginning of an amazing new space to grow McCallie’s golf program and community outreach.Read More
Fletcher Bright ‘49, one of McCallie School’s most loyal sons and a true renaissance man, passed away surrounded by family and friends at his home in Chattanooga on Christmas Day.
Bright was a leader in business, philanthropy and the arts throughout his life. He was a noted real estate developer in Chattanooga for decades at his company Fletcher Bright Company, where he learned the business from his father, 1909 McCallie graduate Gardner Bright.
For all his success in real estate, Fletcher Bright was perhaps most well known as an accomplished bluegrass musician and founding member of the Dismembered Tennesseans, which he started as a student at McCallie with classmates Frank McDonald ‘48, Sammy Joyce ‘48 and Ansley Moses ‘48.Read More
McCallie assistant tennis coach Meg Bandy has been honored for her dedication to teaching the sport of tennis and helping grow the sport by the Tennessee chapter of the United States Tennis Association.
Bandy was named Tennis Professional of the Year, a prestigious award is given to a tennis professional that demonstrates a significant contribution to the game of tennis through the promotion of USTA programs and support of the USTA Mission.
Bandy was honored by the USTA for her work throughout the nation on behalf of the sport of tennis as well as her work coaching the Blue Tornado tennis program.Read More