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    When? August 26-28 from 3:00 - 5:00

    Where? CMS Tennis Facility


    Students will need to change clothes following school and meet Coach Roberts in the CMS cafeteria. Players should wear loose, comfortable clothing. Tryouts will end at 4:30. Parents may pick up players at that time or an activity bus will be provided to take players home.


    Tryouts are CLOSED to the public.


    Parents are asked to pick up students in the parking lot by the baseball field following the conclusion of tryouts and refrain from entering the tennis facility during the tryout process.


    Please do not park on the grass area behind the courts.


    Note: There are a limited number of roster spots for the tennis team. Therefore, not all participants who try out are guaranteed a spot on the team roster. Roster spots are determined purely based on a point system established by the CCHS Tennis coaching staff.


    For more information please click Tennis information


  • Boys Soccer



    Tryouts: Dates and Times- Try outs are scheduled for the 11th, 12th, and 15th of September. On the 16th cuts will be posted and practice will begin that day. Boys should be dressed, on the field, and prepared to begin tryouts by 3:20 each day. Tryouts will finish at 5:00 daily. Attendance at tryouts is important. We will have tryouts on the field behind the tennis courts. You will need to bring you own water or sports drink.

    What to wear: Each Boy trying out should come dressed out in proper equipment (a) shorts, (b) cleats, preferred, not mandatory, (c) shin guards, and (d) t-shirts. This is proper dress for soccer. Pants and jeans are not preferred.

    Paperwork is due on August 29th to Coach Morrow.

    Form more information please click Boys Soccer

  • Girls Soccer




    Tryouts begin September 8th. The 1st round of cuts will be made after tryouts are completed September 9th. Final cuts will be made and the team announced on September 11th. Girls should be dressed, on the field, and prepared to begin tryouts by 3:30 each day. Tryouts will finish at 4:15 daily. Conditioning is important. Soccer players run A LOT. Be prepared to run. Attendance at tryouts each day is important.


    Each girl trying out should be properly outfitted with (a) shorts, (b) cleats, preferred, not mandatory, (c) shin guards (d) t-shirts (e) soccer ball (f) water/sports drink.


    Final cuts will be based on agility, speed, foot skills, aerobic ability, kicking accuracy, attitude and team work. The CMS girls’ soccer team will not tolerate players who will not pass, support and back up teammates regardless of ability.


    Paperwork is due to Coach McCollough by September 2nd.

    For more information please click Girls Soccer

Current news

Today’s students face dangers that older generations could not have imagined.  Things like the internet, cell phones, etc., have created a whole new set of issues and dangers for today’s youth.  CHAMPS was founded in 2003 by the Georgia Sheriff’s Association to address the urgent challenges. The target audience for this is the 8th grade.  This is the pilot year for the middle school program.  Camden County was selected to be one of the counties to teach the program in the middle schools.  Both Camden Middle School and St. Marys Middle School accepted this opportunity. 
Click Here to see the flyer for additional information.

Georgia was one of 10 states granted a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act in February 2012.  The state created a new accountability system called the College and Career Ready Performance Index, which will roll out for the first time on May 7th.  Please see the links below for more information on how our schools will now be scored.

CCRPI Overview

CCRPI Achievement, Progress, and Achievement Gap



Practice SAFETY


Work towards SUCCESS 


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