Forrest School (Chapel Hill, Tennessee)
|This article relies on references to primary sources. (August 2013)|
|310 N. Horton Parkway
Chapel Hill, Tennessee
|School district||Marshall County School District|
|Asst. Principal||Davy McClaran/Robby Reasonover|
|Grades||6 to 12|
|Color(s)||Blue and White|
Forrest School is a public school located in Chapel Hill, Tennessee. The school serves grades 6-12 and is part of the Marshall County School District. The school also goes by the names Forrest High School (FHS) for grades 9-12 or Forrest Middle School (FMS) for grades 6-8, but is also sometimes referred to as Chapel Hill. Forrest School is named for the Civil War general and first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan Nathan Bedford Forrest who was born in Chapel Hill, Tennessee.
Forrest School was a K-12 school until Chapel Hill Elementary School was established to serve grades K-5.
Forrest has gone through several building additions since it was established. The latest was in 2007 which included additional classrooms, a band room, and a football stadium.
Forrest High School competes in TSSAA's Division 1, Class A.
- 1998 TSSAA Class A Cheerleading Non-Building
- 2006 TSSAA Class A Cheerleading Non-Building
- 2006 TSSAA Class A Girls Basketball
- 2008 TSSAA Class A Girls Softball
- Mike Minor, professional baseball player with the Atlanta Braves organization