About the School
Central High School is the project of Superintendent Garey Reynolds, who worked after his election to secure funds necessary to implement the construction of the facility. In conjunction with Governor Bob Riley; Clay County Board of Education Members, Jimmy Luker, Arthur Oliver, Denise Todd, Donald Harris and Shirley Dawkins; and Blue Ribbon Panel members, , Mark Bowen, Kermit Caldwell, Lorenzo Caldwell, Don Fulbright, Mike Perry, David Proctor, Don Riley, Larry Robertson, David Rush, Fredonia Smith, David Staples, Charles Stephens, Mamie Turman, Stan Wilson and Grace Wood; the project was brought into fruition and officially opened on August 14, 2012. Since the opening, the Volunteer spirit with which it was infused has been evident in every area. The current administration ensures this will continue.
School Directions
Our mailing and physical address is 1 Bob Riley Drive, Lineville, AL 36266. However, if you need to access driving directions, via the Internet, use 1001 Taylor Road, Ashland, AL 36251.
Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide a safe environment for the invigoration of the student learning experience so that students' achievements can grow in a manner that promotes success for their futures and our own.
Alma Mater
We lift our hands in loyalty, integrity, unity.

We show our courage and respect, as

Vols of Clay County

We strive for greatness and success

in we try to do.

With all our mind, body, and soul

we will be fair and true.

Central High we look to you

Our colors red, white and blue.

Our loyalty will see us through

as we remember you!
Principal's Corner
It is an honor and privilege to serve as principal here at Clay Central. While we have beautiful facilities and are very proud of them, the best part about Clay Central is the people. Our faculty and staff are the best in the state. They go above and beyond the call of duty on a daily basis to give the children of Clay County a great education. Our student body represents Clay County's finest. This, combined with strong community support, has created a school that the people of Clay County are proud of. We are too. I am happy to be a part of this great community and school.
CHSCC Bell Schedule
Students are allowed in the building at 7:20 am

1st Period - 7:32-8:25
2nd Period - 8:30-9:22
3rd Period - 9:27-10:19
4th Period - 10:24-11:16
5th Period - 11:21-12:48
1st lunch wave 11:21-11:50
2nd lunch wave 11:50-12:17
3rd lunch wave 12:17-12:48
6th Period - 12:53-1:44
7th Period - 1:49-2:41
Graduating Class of 2017-It's Time to Say Cheese
Juniors:

Congratulations on reaching this milestone in your life. It’s finally your turn to take your Senior Portraits. It is extremely important that you take these pictures. This is the only formal (tux & drape) picture that we will accept for the yearbook so they will have matching backgrounds. Even if you plan to have Sr. portraits taken by another photographer, it is wise to pay the $25 sitting fee and have the 3 outfit changes taken so that you will have these choices for current pictures in case, for some reason, you are not able to have any other pictures taken. There will be a makeup day in the fall, but you will only have the option to do formals and inside outfit changes. This means that no outside pictures will be taken.

Senior Portraits will be made by Bill Miller on May 26 th & 27 th in the Jr. High Gymnasium.

 Session fee is $25 per student. It is due before you can take your pictures. This includes 3 outfit

changes, not counting your formal tux or drape picture as an outfit. Each additional outfit is $5

each.

There will be an option for outside pictures to be made. This will count as one of your outfits.
Juniors are to report to the gym lobby at their appointed date and time.
Junior guys will be taking pictures on Thursday, May 26 th from 8:00am until 3:00pm. If you have a semester exam at your scheduled time, just report after your exam.
Junior girls will be taking pictures on Friday, May 27 th from 8:00am until 2:30pm.
If you want a sports jersey for the picture, it will be your responsibility to get with the appropriate coach to make those arrangements before your appointment time. We will supply the props for sports pictures such as balls, helmets, etc.
If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Burns or Ms. East.
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