Parent Cultural Committee, chaired by Gena Ellis, hosted hundreds of guests at its inaugural Big Blue World culture fair over the weekend.
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Hundreds of McCallie men and many, many others poured into an overflowing St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Saturday to pay a final, bittersweet goodbye to Anderson, one of the most beloved teachers in school history.
The culture fair, Big Blue World, will showcase and honor the many cultures represented in the student body at McCallie.
On March 13, Head of School Lee Burns ’87 presented the Walker Casey Award to senior Acree Brock during Chapel.
Seniors Jetty Miller, Tario Price, E.J. Smith and Tre Thompson achieve their dreams of playing sports in college.
McCallie and GPS Middle School Theater will present the play SCARED Silly! on Friday and Saturday, March 17-18, at 7 p.m. in the Black Box.
Coach Chris Richardson inducted into the Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame on Monday, March 13.
Several runners earned All-American status and broke school records over the weekend.
Senior Benjamin Yang was recently chosen as one of the top 300 scholars nationwide in the 82nd Regeneron Science Talent Search for his research on the effects of microplastics on lung cells.
Kemmer Anderson, McCallie’s unofficial poet laureate, who taught and inspired thousands of boys over his 42-year career on the McCallie faculty, died unexpectedly on Friday, March 3, 2023.
Science teacher Chris Greenwood leads students to designing and building nesting boxes for McCallie's campus.
This year's online auction has 360 items available.
Three-time All-American for the Tar Heels, 1976 Olympic gold medal winner and NBA Rookie of the Year Phil Ford kicked off another great Dr Pepper Classic weekend.
Swimming and diving team claims the Tennessee Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association state championship over the weekend.
GPS senior Anya Parambath and McCallie juniors Adit Harish and Ashwin Sanjay will evenly split Got Talent’s $500 top prize.
McCallie hosted two performances of the Fisk Jubilee Singers earlier this week.
Senior Andrei Delinois signs to play football with East Tennessee State University.
Several music students have participated in auditions for All-East and All-State auditions for band, orchestra and chorus.
The sixth year of Tornado Term, or T-Term for short, offers a plethora of courses, including Textile Arts, Cowboy Camp, Ukelele Making and Southern Music.
McCallie and GPS hosted guest speaker Anthony Ray Hinton, author of the best seller The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row.
McCallie's guitar quartet was asked to play at last month's performance by Grammy-winning artists String Theory a the Hunter Museum.