Welcome to Battle Academy, a Magnet School of Excellence 

 


**Attention New Magnet Families**

Notification of magnet seats will come directly from Central Office, not Battle Academy. We do not receive finalized lists/numbers until registration day. All communication prior to Aug. 10th will be through HCDE.

Registration Day is August 10 from 8:00-10:00 a.m. Please bring two current (within 30 days) proofs of residency and identification with you. 


 

 

Battle STAR Students follow our STAR behavior plan as part of our School Wide Positive Behavior Supports initiative. 


 Please make sure your phone numbers are current so we can reach you in an emergency. Call our office at 423/209-5747 to update your information.

 

 

 Instruction starts promptly at 8:05AM. Parking around the school is extremely limited; allow a few extra minutes to make sure your child arrives on time. An adult must sign in any child entering the building after 8:05AM. Please show other drivers the same courtesy you hope they will show you. Remember that spaces reserved for the UTC Children's Center and for those with handicapped parking tags or placards are not available for Battle parents (unless you have handicapped parking documentation). The parking lot at The Grocery Bar is reserved for Grocery Bar customers; please do not park there.

 

It is with heavy hearts that we share the sad news that our friend and colleague, Patty Streip, lost her battle with cancer.



  
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Congratulations to Mrs. Hoover, Mrs. Drumm. Ms. Swoope, and Mrs. Williams for writing and receiving a Unum Strong Schools grant!...
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