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Rogersville City School

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Rogersville City School

Rogersville City School
Rogersville, Tennessee
United States
Type Public
Motto Excellence built on tradition.
Established 1923
School district Rogersville City Schools
Principal William C. Walker[1]
Faculty 46[1]
Grades K-8
Number of students 627[1]
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) Red, White, and Black             
Athletics Interscholastic, Tennessee Middle School Athletics Association
Mascot Warriors
Feeder to Cherokee High School

Rogersville City School is a public elementary and middle school in Rogersville, Tennessee.


Rogersville City School served grades 1 through 12 from its establishment in 1923 through 1950, when grades 9-12 were moved to the newly established Rogersville High School. Rogersville High School was consolidated with Bulls Gap High School in 1980 into Cherokee Comprehensive High School.



  • White 94.1%
  • African American 3.8%
  • Hispanic 1.4%
  • Asian 0.3%
  • Native American 0.5%
  • Pacific Islander 0.0%

Notable alumni

  • Jim Sells, Mayor of Rogersville
  • Charlie Chase, entertainer and television personality in Nashville
  • William L. Jenkins, former United States Congressman, Tennessee Circuit Judge, and member of the Tennessee House of Representatives
  • Ken Givens, Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture under Governor Phil Bredesen, and former member of the Tennessee House of Representatives


External links

  • Rogersville City School official website

Coordinates: 36°24′16″N 83°00′13″W / 36.40455°N 83.00368°W / 36.40455; -83.00368

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