October 2, 2020

Students Break Ground on First New School Since 2007

Sixth Grade students at Cherokee Bluff Middle School were the first to break the ground at the site of the new school. These students will be in eighth grade when the school is scheduled to open in August 2022.

The new Cherokee Bluff Middle School is the first new school building to be constructed in Hall County since 2007.

Currently, Cherokee Bluff Middle School shares space in the Cherokee Bluff High School building, which is located adjacent to the site of the new middle school.

"We are thankful to the voters of Hall County for their overwhelming support of ESPLOST. Without the one penny sales tax, this project would not be possible," Mark Pettitt said.

Hall County Board of Education Members and staff break ground on CBMS

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