Collierville Schools

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Collierville Schools is a municipal school district that serves 7,332 students in Collierville, Tennessee

Bailey Station Elementary School, Collierville Elementary School, Crosswind Elementary School, Sycamore Elementary School, and Tara Oaks Elementary School are its elementary schools. Collierville Middle School and Schilling Farms Middle School are its middle schools. Collierville High School is the district's high school.

As of June 2015, the town of Collierville plans to open a new high school potentially on land south of Highway 385, east of Sycamore Road and south of Shelby Drive, due to overcrowding at the current high school. The school is expected to be ready for the 2018-2019 school year.[citation needed]

Once the new high school opens the current school will be converted into a middle school which will also be ready for the 2018-2019 school year.

The district selected former superintendent, John Aikten, of Shelby County Schools as superintendent of the Collierville School District.

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