Shelby County Schools

At Macon Hall we strive for excellence in academics, character, community, and life.




At Macon Hall our vision is to cultivate a student-centered, culturally inclusive environment in which learners gain the academic confidence and technological proficiency needed for a continuum of success.  This will be obtained by a collaborative effort that includes appropriate internal and external communication among administrators, teachers, parents, and all other stakeholders.  The aforementioned will work together in an effective manner to promote academic excellence, character development, and social responsibility.



At Macon Hall we believe:

An emotionally and physically safe and supportive environment embracing the diversity of our school family is essential for student learning and success.

All students can learn when they are valued members of a community where each individual is respectful, respected, and responsible.

As educators, it is our responsibility to meet the needs of each student by utilizing varied instructional strategies and research-based information, administering ongoing assessments, and interpreting data to help drive decisions that ensure academic growth and success.

Students must have opportunities to develop and enhance their technology skills if they are to be prepared for future life experiences in a technological society.

Instruction in art, music, physical education, library, and guidance; i.e. life skills, enhances a child’s life by encouraging the development of self expression, problem solving skills, and physical and mental health.

The MHES community must adhere to district, state, and federal policies as it takes responsibility for and participates in the decision-making process planning for student growth and achievement.

Shelby County Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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