Campbell County School District

Our Mission:

“To empower all students to achieve high levels of learning that lead to lifelong success.” 

In partnership with the Campbell County community, the school district provides educational resources and experiences from nutrition, to counseling, to test preparation.

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Learn More About Campbell County Schools.

Campbell County offers a total of 2 non-traditional learning programs, one STEM school and one Comprehensive Education school to help ready children for their bright futures.  

Elementary Schools

Building a Solid Foundation for Lifelong Learning

Caryville Elementary 

A traditional elementary school that seeks to provide a safe environment that promotes academic growth for all students through equitable practices.  

Student Population—527 

Student-to-teacher ratio—18:1 

Grades— Pre-K, K-6 

Elk Valley Elementary  

Founded in 1953, this STEM school believes in creating an environment of mutual respect and inspiring students to become ethical, productive, and responsible learners. Their curriculum largely focuses on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to help students gain a greater aptitude and appreciation for these fields and their works.  

Student Population—122 

Student-to-teacher ratio—11:1 

Grades— Pre-K, K-8 

Jacksboro Elementary  

Jacksboro Elementary invests in the idea that the key to building a successful future is through a solid education. Every student here receives high quality education and daily instruction from their teachers in a safe and enriching learning environment. 

Student Population—575 

Student-to-teacher ratio—17:1 

Grades— Pre-K, K-6 

Jellico Elementary  

Jellico Elementary understands the importance of providing their students with the socially and academically learned skills that are necessary for achieving success as scholars and hard workers in the world today. 

Student Population—263 

Student-to-teacher ratio—13:1 

Grades— Pre-K, K-8 

La Follette Elementary  

La Follette Elementary seeks to provide high quality education in a safe and welcoming environment that builds a foundation of lifelong learning among every student in attendance. 

Student Population—644 

Student-to-teacher ratio—16:1 

Grades— Pre-K, K-5 

Valley View Elementary  

Valley View Elementary principal Jason Dotson believes that his school’s educators must find the talents that all their students possess and build on their strengths to better help them be successful. 

Student Population—427 

Student-to-teacher ratio—17:1 

Grades— Pre-K, K-5 

White Oak Elementary  

The faculty and staff of White Oak Elementary work every day to provide loving, quality education to the students who attend this country home turned school.  

Student Population—150 

Student-to-teacher ratio—10:1 


Wynn Habersham Elementary 

At Wynn Habersham Elementary, students are expected to achieve high academic performance while faculty and staff work to increase scholarly confidence, proficiency, and accomplishment. 

Student Population—150 

Student-to-teacher ratio—10:1 


Middle Schools 

Aiding Students in Honing Their Scholarly Passions

Jacksboro Middle School  

Jacksboro Middle School provides students with an enriching learning environment to help them achieve their full potential.  

Student Population—253 

Student-to-teacher ratio—19:1 


La Follette Middle School 

The transformative learning process at La Follette Middle School is designed to help students grow both inside and outside of the classroom. They believe that each day is filled with opportunities to experience new educational and social situations that further students’ development.  

Student Population—472 

Student-to-teacher ratio—18:1 


High School

Preparing Students for the Final Steps of Their Academic Career

Campbell County Comprehensive High School  

Campbell County Comprehensive High School offers their students over 150 sections of vocational and technical education courses as well as around 300 sections of academic courses. They collaborate directly with the Tennessee Center of Applied Technology and Roane State Community College through an early admissions program to help students finish their post-secondary education.  

Student Population—1,313 

Student-to-teacher ratio—19:1 


Jellico High School  

Jellico High is dedicated to working together to strengthen their community by preparing tomorrow’s leader of the future, today.  

Student Population—304 

Student-to-teacher ratio—13:1 



Expanding Your Knowledge and Career Opportunities

Roane State Community College 

Founded in 1969, Roane State is a community college with smaller, intimate campuses conveniently located in and around Campbell County. They offer a variety of evening programs, online courses, transfer degrees, and career certificates for students. Their popular degrees include liberal arts/humanities, EMT paramedics, and nursing. 

Student Population—2,522 

Tennessee Center for Applied Technology (TCAT) 

Founded in 1968, TCAT is a technical college that offers 9 different programs, as well as 1 online program, for their students. Campbell County is fortunate to have a campus located in Jacksboro. Popular degrees for this college are Licensed Practical Nursing, Pharmacy Technician, and Business Support Services. 

Student Population—250  

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Director of Schools

Jennifer Fields

172 Valley Street
Jacksboro, TN, 37757

Phone: 423-566-7562
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